I once dined with the most interesting man in the world and got
bored. I once fought a mountain-sized grizzly bear, but I did not
win; the bear gave up and submitted, and that's no victory in my
book. I've seen better days, and been the star of many plays, both
on and off broadway. They say that there is nothing to fear but
fear itself - False, women are to be feared...feared and respected.
I've never met a milkshake I couldn't finish. I'm the answer to,
"How many men does it take to change a lightbulb?" I've run with
zebras in Zimbabwe and laughed with the aborigines in the outback.
My world knows no bounds, except for rebounds. I look to Sean
Connery for spiritual guidance and Master Splinter for the lessons
And I certainly don't take things too seriously.
(So this part isn't as fun or entertaining, but I suppose I can see
how it would be important: I'm a young professional working in San
Francisco. My work keeps me busy so I value my free time. My
parents are old fashioned so I was raised to fight to keep chivalry
alive. And maybe, just maybe, I'm a bit of a romantic. Hockey is my
passion and movies are my hobby. There's plenty more, but I'll stop
boring you for now.)