I work for a not for profit government consulting firm. I like to keep a good work/life balance, but work seems to stay in my mind long after I leave the office. I always tell people I have a great sense of humor, but those people don't seem to agree after I tell my third bad joke during a conversation (you know they're bad when folks groan instead of laugh, and then look for something to throw at you).
I am currently spending too much time doing or talking about P90X (yes that workout advertised on late night informercials). I am about half way through my first 90 days and am convinced if I don't work hard and eat right, Tony Horton (the trainer) is going to come out of the TV and get me. And yes, he is that powerful. See what I mean?
I do like going out on the town, but am not a huge fan of bars because I struggle to hear folks and usually go home with a sore throat from screaming over the loud music and other screaming people trying to talk of the loud music. It takes a very special occassion to get me into a club. Clubs make me scratch my head because more times than not, you pay an obsurd cover charge to go into an overcrowded building, listen to some DJ play his iPod list, and buy incredibly overpriced alcohol.
I really enjoy watching sports. I'm not from the area, though, so I end up watching a lot more events on TV than I would like. I much perfer going to a live sporting event, but I also much prefer to watch the Detroit Tigers over the Washington Nationals.
I am looking for a gal that knows what she is looking for. I keep going out with women that tell me after a couple dates they don't know what they want. What, that is how girls tell you they aren't interested? Oh man, what a blow to my ego. In all seriousness, I am attracted to independent women. If you were a former Victoria Secret model, I guess that would win you a half a point, but the independent part wins you 20.