I’m a generally easy-going person with a goofy sense of humor. I use the phrase "outgoing introvert" to describe myself – I like meeting new people, but I generally keep a small group of close friends. I also tend to be the goofy one in my group of friends, and I love acting like a fool to try embarrassing them in public. :-)
I love going to the gym daily – not that I’m a health nut, but I’m incredibly relaxed when I’m jogging with great tunes playing. I also have a lot of energy in the morning, and the neighbors get a little pissed if I’m bouncing off the walls at 6am. Beyond the gym, I’m always up for ultimate Frisbee. I enjoy watching football, but I could only ever play one position, so I tended not to play much myself
I like to cook, and I'm pretty good, but primarily breakfast food (I worked as a cook in a diner while I was in college). I'm currently teaching myself to cook, though. But if you want a nice pasta dinner out of me, it might be safer if we go out to eat.
I have a few nerdier tendencies, but I tend keep those on the down low. Really, the only time I completely geek out is during PAX Seattle. Otherwise, I tend to keep it to myself unless I know I’m around others with similar interests.
I'll try to get more pictures uploaded. My friends give me uncomfortable looks when I suggest they take more photos of me - soooo, I'll work on it. Also, I have trouble staging a smile - it's comes off less as "friendly dude" and more "I'M NOT AS CREEPY AS I LOOK!"
I think I'm looking for somebody who's fairly comfortable with herself - I've been set up with women who would be considered a "fixer-upper" and they hadn't generally turned out well. I appreciate intelligence, somebody with similar interests, somebody with a similar outlook on life, and somebody who will laugh at my stupid jokes.
If you have any questions, feel free to message me - I'm terrible at writing about myself, and I'm sure I missed something...
Also, I love how they give us enough space here to write a damned thesis paper, but all the other text boxes give you slightly more than a text message's worth of space... I feel guilty leaving all this space unused...