Is this the part where I try to make myself sound cool?
I'm not exactly sure how to ideally describe myself to others, but here is what people often tell me about myself. I'm a very easy going guy who may or may not be the nicest person you don't know yet. I adhere to the "take each day as they come" school of thought and so far that seems to be working out pretty well for me. My entire outlook on life tends to wildly vary depending on how much caffeine is in me and how much sun is above me. I sincerely enjoy spending time with friends and other people but I religiously balance that out with time spent at home with my dog Odie. I've put in a lot of work over the past few years to get where I'm at, so my goal in life at the moment is just to be as happy as possible and hopefully pass that on to the people around me. I'm making a serious attempt at getting a fresh start for the new year and being totally awesome in 2013. However, I do know I need that proverbial nudge from the right woman to fully make that happen. I know it's cliche' at best, but whatever you think I am is exactly what I am not.
I am not at all into the "singles scene" here in San Diego (or in general), too many things about it just rub me the wrong way. Sorry but childishness, and rampant douchebaggery just isn't my cup of tea. I am far more interested in being someones boyfriend than being another twenty something single and ready to mingle. Unfortunately, I've found that meeting that special someone is quite difficult if you don't actively pursue it. So hello match.com! Lets see what happens.
Well I if I haven't completely confused and alienated you at this point I think we might be onto something good! That being said, I cannot even begin to describe "exactly" what it is that I'm looking for in my ideal woman. Although I can say that I am very open minded, a very firm believer in chemistry, and I know what I like when I encounter it! Lastly, If you're the kind of person who puts career and or school before all else and has a scant few hours per week to spare, please save us both some time and look else where. Oh and just one more thing, now I'm going to steal the title from a terrible John Cusack movie. Must love dogs!
If you haven't picked it up yet I have a very dry and sarcastic sense of humor, but apparently I'm actually getting funnier as I get older. Is there any truth to that?