I am currently a student working on my Bachelor's degree. I never planned on going to traditional college, but now that I have, I really feel it's one of the best decisions I have made for myself. Buuuut since that isn't the least bit interesting, I'll start saying more amusing -probably verging on being completely irrelevant - things.
I truly enjoy the simpler things in life... Microbial genetics, quantum physics, illicit drugs and by-the-hour hookers. Just kidding about the quantum physics. I am sarcastic and can definitely enjoy being crass (if you haven't noticed by now.) I don't quite fit the typical female stereotype. I would much rather be outside scraping up my knees than shopping, I LOVE beer (and I'm not referring to Bud Light Lime or Woodchuck Cider,) and I believe any sentence can be enhanced with inappropriate words/humor.
Being laid-back and going with the flow is something I appreciate about myself as well as others. I would much rather do something spontaneous and completely off-the-wall/spur-of-the moment than having every moment planned out or going somewhere that has a reputation for being extravagant.
I am looking for my copilot,my cohort, my partner-in-crime...(seriously, let's rob banks.) I feel that if we aren't constantly laughing ("constantly" being used loosely...but not THAT loosely), something is amiss. As I've gotten older and gained more experience, I am realizing the importance of finding someone who I have things in common with. I am drawn to active men who know the difference between "their," "there," and "they're," would prefer to be silly over serious, and who don't think I'm crazy when I say things like, "Whatcha doin'? Wanna hold hands?" or "I miss your faceparts."
Although I am open-minded and permissive, I am looking for someone who is not religious... or at the very least flexibly religious. I don't have a personal vendetta against others' beliefs, however; I would like to find someone who is more like-minded in this area.
I'd like to think I'm worth emailing, so to not shatter this idea, I'll end by saying feel free to start a conversation, ask an arbitrary question, or tell me your favorite story involving a gay bar.