I’m pretty laid back and always looking for an adventure, even if it may lead to embarrassing moments. Because if you can't laugh at yourself who can you laugh at? My dad always told me that the worse it is in the moment the funnier it is later, and really I live my life one good story to the next.
I grew up in the Midwest and like to think I have a strong set of Midwest values mixed with coastal intellect. I have a great relationship with my family even though they are a thousand miles away.
I’ve always been into sports. I wrestled all through high school and college, but since moving to LA I’ve had to find some new sports. I recently ran my first half marathon in santa barbra. Finished in 1:48, which im told is pretty good. Ive been getting more into endurance running and mud runs like Tough mudder. I also run a competitive adult kickball league in Hollywood on Monday nights. We have over 350 players in our league alone. Kickball has been the single best thing I've done since moving to Los Angeles, and I'd recommend it to anyone. And at this point I'm actually paid ($) to play kickball so that's kind of cool.
I have a pretty sardonic sense of humor that really shines when people get to know me. I like Black comedy and over the course of my life have become incredibly aware that not everyone finds dark humor all that funny. If you've played Cards Against Humanity and loved it then we'll prolly get along. Such a great game. It's like apples to apples but better because every card is a Helen Keller esk trump card.
In screen writing there is a saying "show don't tell". If you're interested maybe I can show you who I am instead of tell you.
My idea of something fun we could do together...
1.Buy two disposable cameras and Dress up like over the top tourists and take a starline bus tour of Hollywood. Points for whomever can take the best photos.
2. Spike some lemonade and go draw a silly/lewd murals with chalk on some sidewalks.
3. Make some crazy protests signs (like "Only the devil drinks soy milk" And stand at Hollywood and Highland protesting. We'd need to bring more signs and hand them out to try to grow our movement.
4. Take a historical tour of Downtown's Art deco architecture and have a picnic in Pershing square.
5. Croquet on the observatory lawn.
6. Drunken Frisbee Golf.
7. Cards against humanity night!!