I'm eeeeeeextremely sarcastic so I most enjoy people who can take a joke and at least try to keep me on my toes.
I know "online dating is the new deal" but truthfully, I'm more likely to make fun of it than the average bear.
I work in healthcare and am very committed to my career. I do spend a lot of time working, but I also believe in a work/life balance and so in my free time I try to fit in as much fun as I possibly can. This generally involves catching up with friends,
, extensive people watching , retail therapy, lots of reading, movies, pretending I'm skilled at playing pool, cooking/feeding people/football watching every Sunday while season appropriate and so on.
I have a long standing love affair with cheese so if you're not on board with that then good luck and God speed. Regardless of if I have any concrete plans to use them or not.......I can't ever seem to get out of the grocery store without at least four cheese varieties...minimum.
I'm an Italian extrovert with just enough Irish in me to be relatable to an enormous portion of the Boston population.
'm not afraid to talk to new people be it at work or in a social situation, in fact I really enjoy it. If I can help put someone at ease or spark a conversation then I usually feel like I've done my part.
I prefer driving a stick significantly more than I do an automatic and yes, I even miss it when stuck in traffic and have ongoing neutral to first back to neutral flashbacks.
I'm pretty close to my family which is composed primarily of strong women.
I'm generally a very happy person who believes laughing is an important part of life. I'm honest and dependable and fiercly loyal.
I'm ALSO...competitive, stubborn at times, and grouchy when I miss my morning coffee.
Unfortunately, I havent traveled much but I would really really like to start.
Ideally, I'd like to meet someone who knows who they are and what they want. Someone who is motivated and loves to laugh. I most enjoy people who can both compliment and challenge me, complacency is not something I'm particularly comfortable with.