For the picture lookers, ladies lacking patience, and for those that are just far too important to read about someone that might one day share their bed/life with... Here is the quick rundown of my positive traits: Loyal, fun, funny, dependable, kind, thoughtful, understanding, realistic, logical, ambitious, generous, and great listener.
For those that are still reading, I thank you for your interest and resilience to pretentious gibberish. I believe that there's far too much emphasis on labeling in our society. Nobody should be capable of encapsulating their self inside this little box.... but I should really write something to avoid looking like some weirdo. First thing you should know about me is that I reserve the right to contradict myself at any time.
I think you might find me interesting. I am sort of complex, and I have many layers to me. I'm not for everyone, you must be looking for substance and for someone that has more depth than a pizza box. I like to think that I have an excellent sense of humor. I think anything can be funny, when placed in the proper context. I try to find amusement in as much as possible. I'm very patient and empathetic towards people, it can be both my greatest strength and most tragic downfall. I get that compassion from my Mother I suppose, blah... but on a brighter note, she also instilled in me a serious sense of loyalty, chivalry, and communication.
I am completely and utterly incapable of bullshit at this point in my life. The dos and don'ts of dating are out of the window, I'd prefer upfront brutal honesty and actions that correspond to the moment. No second-guessing about how soon to text back or looking too available on a Friday night. Just like the cereal junkie rabbit says: Trix are for kids. Assolutamente finito, bella.
What I'm looking for is quite simple. I would like to find a girl worthy enough for me to give the world to. My wiring must be faulty because I get an unusual amount of happiness that is contingent upon how happy I can make the girl that I'm amorous toward. She becomes a priority that I'd fight, die, and buy tampons for.