"There is no love sincerer than the love of food." (George Bernard Shaw). I find this a fascinating quote. I just thought it will be as interesting to other people as it was to me. Was Mr. Shaw trying to tell us something? That beyond food, our quest for true love is nil? Whose going to prove him wrong? I'm really curious.
ABOUT ME: Am I funny? Will I be able to live out of being a stand-up comic if I lose my real job tomorrow? Probably. My comedy is dark but it's about life. My wit is measured through my sarcasm. Sarcasm is one of my languages. Did I give myself away, though? I do love to laugh because not only its soul-food, but it's free. Am I honest? Come to me if you want the truth. I might make you cry but I promise it will be worth the tears. Am I trustworthy? If you knew what I did for a living, you might want to put your life in my hands. Do I have addictions? Only if you consider my quest for that perfect steak "that cuts like butter" an addiction. If it is---I don't want to go to rehab. Do I have talent? You'd be surprised at what I can do beyond my job description. Stubborn? When need be. Am I lazy? I believe everyone is entitled to be, every now and again. My couch is my friend, the remote is my ally. Am I romantic? Juliet wouldn't stand a chance. Isn't hugging, kissing and holding hands SO high school? WRONG. I am an advocate of expressing feelings through actions, therefore, if you think the aforementioned are boring...stop reading. Do I talk too much? Sometimes. But I also love to listen. So be very careful what you say because I am more than likely to remember. Do I appreciate silence? Definitely. I could guarantee that the best conversations I had lacked words. Am I loyal? You betcha. I've been using the same brand of toothpaste since I learned how to brush my teeth. Am I trusting. You're going to have to do some work before I answer that. Do I consider time as intangible gold? Simply put, life is short. Why be late? I believe being late for a meeting or a date is inconsiderate. Moreover, in the early part of any relationship, keeping up with time is a pillar to building trust.
WHO I AM LOOKING FOR: It would be nice if you're funny and can make me laugh too. I could only hope that you have a high HQ (humor quotient) and that we'd laugh at the same things while thinking it's funny when we don't agree. You have to be honest in your words and actions. I would expect for you to be bold enough to tell me the truth (no matter how it hurts) but at the same time be able to take it gracefully. While we're on the subject, you need to be trustworthy. In any relationship, be it business or social, if there is no trust, there is NO DEAL. You can't be addicted to drugs, alcohol or that "thing" Jesse James got in trouble for with Sandra Bullock. You can, however, be addicted to ME or share my addiction for that perfect steak or any addiction that doesn't medically or psychologically qualify rehabilitation. You should at least have a talent (in something or aim to be). Fire-spitting blade-swallowing welcome. Be stubborn but know when to budge. If you're not lazy, you're going to have to learn. You have to be willing to share my couch (or yours) as we do absolutely nothing and still enjoy the moment. Kissing, hugging and holding hands should be your talent if you don't have one yet. You should be able to carry a conversation but not dominate it (because guys who talk a lot, are girls). I'd love to enjoy a moment of silence with you because it might be our best conversation.You need to have character be loyal and faithful. If you're not or when you think you can't, I want you to be able to let me go before you screw up. You must be considerate with other people's time be reliable. Don't keep me waiting. It's not nice.