Lol, let us begin shall we.
Yes I think this site is a silly little game and I intend to have a little fun with it- unless you would like to take a closer look.
Screw the feather flaunting peacock status quo--
Here's what I think.
I have been privileged to be exposed to many things and have learned enough to know that there is so much more to learn. I have been humbled. I value time sharing humor and with good people regardless of external appearance or creed because I have found that everyone has something fascinating to share if you let them know you want to hear it. As much as I enjoy deep intellectual conversation, I will interject with a joke (probably dirty) to keep things lighthearted if an audience is present but will inquire in private if they need to talk further about something. I play an asshole in a group and online (facebook), but my friends know it's just for fun and that I "secretly give a fuck". My humor is either playing with the "that's just wrong" side of the accepted social narrative or is self demeaning- only to poke at another ego in obvious jest- never hurtful. I have nothing to prove to myself or anyone else by bringing others down. ...........
humm? I don't think I did this right?
Hey, I tried right? :)
Enjoy the fluff:)
A Glass of Red Wine
An Intriguing Conversation With Friends
Meeting New People
A Good Read
Trying New Locations to Dine
A hot cup of Coffee
Taking Time to Help Others
Romantic walks to the fridge
Sometimes Planning Things and Sometimes Not Planning At All
I consider myself a pretty outgoing person and fun to be around. I like to make jokes and be goofy, so a sense of humor is a must.
Not inclined to hang out in a club. Give me a place that we can round table friends throwing jokes and one liners or debating issues of the day maybe expressing our deepest convictions to find out how we came to those opinions. I'll take bonfire shenanigans over a club any day:)
Political plug- I think the dem's can stay out of my wallet, and the Repub's can stay out of my bedroom. I am for personal responsibility and accountability.
My basic philosophy is "Do whatever you want with your life but don't expect me to pay for it." I usually agree with my liberal friends on social freedom issues and a bit to the right of conservatives on economic issues. While I am firm in my own personal political beliefs, I am not close-minded and enjoy having intelligent conversations with people from all points on the political spectrum.