That being said, I'd like to make new friends (maybe more if that's the way things go), and just generally explore and develop some parts of myself that I've never had the opportunity to explore before. I feel like I've taken the first steps down a new path to finally figuring out who I really am, and I'm extraordinarily lucky to have my wife walking the same path with me.
I feel a need to say that we practice only the most ethical of non-monogamy. If either of us gets a message from someone, we tell the other. If either of us goes to visit someone, the other has the address. We are completely transparent with each other and our partners.
I apologize in advance if I send you a really awkward and disjointed message. I can be a slightly awkward person, but this whole "meeting new people" thing is way out of my element. The more awkward, corny, or asinine my message is, the cooler I probably think you are.
Oh, and I tend to ignore match/friend/enemy percentages when I message people. If someone's self-written description is interesting to me, that's worth more than a computer algorithm.
More to come, I promise... For now, a quick list of things I'm into:
- Games of all sorts (except drinking)
- Paganism (and other assorted new-agey religions)
- Wandering around book stores and having rambling conversations
- Going for walks in cemeteries
I'm a little bit gothy, but I've been told by my wife that I skew more toward rockabilly, and I'm okay with that.
Halloween is my favorite holiday, and I feel deeply depressed if I don't dress up, go out, and participate in some sort of festivities. I haven't been to a costume party in years and I don't like the bar scene. Last year, we dressed up, found an area thick with trick-or-treaters (our town was absolutely dead, and not in the cool Halloween way), and went around handing out candy to parents and kids if we got their parents' permission.
I'm not the most active person, but I'm not a couch potato, either. I don't go to the gym, but I love going for walks.