Where does one even begin to begin to describe ones self. Let's see...
Born and raised in Indiana (farm boy), moved to Sacramento (Roseville), then went to UCSB, and have landed myself here in LA for the better part of a decade.
I am a thinker, I read (a lot), I'm a huge seeker of knowledge. If I find something interesting I will learn about it. If I don't know how to do something I will figure out how to do it as well. If something needs to be done I usually find a way to do it myself.
Growing up my parents taught me all the things a guy and girl would ideally learn. I can actually use tools and fix things, I've rebuilt a car with my father, I build/fix computers, I can iron, not shrink my clothing while washing, do dishes, actually dress myself in a matching outfit, and so forth. So in that I guess I'm not the stereotypical male especially in Los Angeles.
I enjoy a good conversation or debate. I am really big logic and reason. I like to see and think about things from all sides. I am quite opinionated, so if you want to know my thoughts or take on something let's just say I'm quite honest and blunt concerning it. Sometimes I'll say things to get a reaction. I have a tendency to be a bit sarcastic, though I like to call it being witty but that's all perspective from what I've been told.
Other things I like to do would be work out, read, listen to music (rock, EDM, classical, acoustic, etc), go out with friends, hang out at the beach or pool, spend time with my dog.
To finish it all off I know how to have fun but also just enjoy hanging out doing nothing. I generally find ways to enjoy myself no matter what.
Now as to what I want in a woman... well I mean as everyone says they want it all but the thing is that no one is perfect. Obviously a physical attraction is needed but also I need brains in whomever I am with. Not requiring a PhD by any means but I'd like to have someone that keeps me thinking and vice versa. I want someone who is thoughtful and not just completely caught up in themselves. Someone trustworthy and honest.
People in a relationship should compliment and add to each other. I think a relationship requires that each person has a life of their own, their own interests but are able to come together and share things as well.
For now I think that about sums it up unless I can think of something later, if you have any questions I am quite the open book.