I'm a geek. I enjoy playing videogames, reading fantasy/sci-fi books, and messing around on or inside a computer. I guess this is the first thing you should know about me because you'll find out sooner than later.
And if this whole thing seems randomish, it's cause I'm just putting down whatever pops into my head. I tend to overthink things.
I also play D&D. I was introduced to it at a young age and I've been playing off and on since then. I mostly play the old version but I've tried the newer ones. Not my cup of tea.
I love coffee and tea. I can't go a day without one or the other. Loose leaf tea is the best.
I'm very much in tune with my inner child. I still have a wild imagination and get excited over simple joys. I think it's sad that so many people lose those things.
I love the ridiculous and preposterous. Action movies where a man jumps from a bridge with an axe and lands on a robot while an explosion occurs behind him will make me giggle.
I enjoy books and games where I can be immersed in their world and truly forget about reality. Fallout, Oblvion, Skyrim, Wheel of Time series are all great examples.
Just because I'm a geek, doesn't mean I don't like sports. I like football the most, but I will watch basketball when it's on. I try to really get behind the strategies of football. My favorite teams are the Ohio State Buckeyes, Cleveland Browns, the Indians and the Cavs. I also follow Clemson, Oregon, Cincinnati university and a couple of MAC teams.
I'm honest. Very honest. Sometimes, it gets me in trouble. With the questions on here, I gave absolutely honest answers. There's a couple that I know would look better if I had fibbed about it, but there's no point. If I'm not honest, I'm not only cheating someone else, I'm cheating myself.
I'm an open book. I will tell you everything about myself if you wish to know it.
I try to be funny a lot. I like to make people laugh. Nothing makes me happier than seeing people laugh. Preferably with me, not at me. Or at my expense. My sense of humor is....something you'll have to figure out.
And if you have read this far, congratulations! Your long journey is over. You are free to click that X by the tab, or the message button, or the save as favorites button, or any button really. It's YOUR computer. Do what you want with it.
Still here? I guess I could say something MEANINGFUL in my last paragraph.