Things about myself:
I don't care if Pour it Up is a stupid song (the lyrics are ridiculous). I go hard all the way.
I write things. A lot of things. I wear pants. I wear my pants often and they look great on me (I would imagine). I grow facial hair other than my eyebrows and eyelashes. I spend money on things then have discussions with people about where I spent that money and how much I enjoyed the experience. I really don't like talking about myself that much. I'm the kind of guy that opens doors, pulls out chairs, says please and thank you, and tends to be overall chivalrous. I like watching foreign films then pretending secretly that I can understand and speak whichever language(s) that movie had. I think cheese is the best invention ever, right behind antibiotics. I’m ambitious, though prudent in my choices there. I always achieve my goals, but they almost always take way more time and energy than I thought.
Lately I’ve been going out to the bars around town looking for good places to play billiards in my free time, what little I have to dedicate it to anyway. At present, my free time is split between that and reading some fantastic literature related to my work which Kaplan College has graciously added to my queue of things to be read. I have also been watching this show called Go On which stars Matthew Perry and has an excellent set of other actors I’m not going to list here. I have also been watching The Following because I need to get that Kevin Bacon fix.
Things about you:
First of all, I appreciate it if you made it this far! That means you can read, or you pretend to read. If you’re a pretender, the rest may make as much sense as the stuff that came before.
If you like hipsters or guys wearing skinny jeans and talking about Skrillex or how ironic their t-shirt is or how awesome their mustache is, anyone who likes to marginalize any real conversation then please do pass on to someone else. You should be smart, confident, and able to compromise on the things that matter. You should be able to speak your mind and challenge me when you don’t agree with something. You should have an idea of what you want to do with your life and what your life means to you if you are not pursuing that already. You absolutely must like to hear and create lame jokes (good jokes are alright too, I guess). It’s a bonus if you like: bowling, movies about bowling, Jeff Bridges, beer, cheese, random restaurants, karaoke, volunteering, baby wipes, halogen bulbs, things that have Velcro, guitar, going to the Zoo, martial arts, classic literature, using chopsticks instead of a fork and knife (when appropriate), Pepsi instead of Coke (or neither), Cocoa butter flavored lotion (that’s what I use sometimes), parenthesis, Smart Balance, socks, general sane-ness.
I’m excited to meet you, person whose name I will know eventually after you tell me what it is!