Sort of disclaimer:
Are you passionate about something? I love the things that I love, and I really really hope that you do too. Everyone should have a mission. Show me something.
I am Thomas Charles Roeser.
I like all three of those names, just not in that order.
I used to weigh 400 pounds. I now weigh 220 pounds. I'm pretty proud of it.
I try to put all of myself into everything that I do. It's exhausting at times, but I can't feel good about myself if I don't.
There's like, a million billion different sexual orientations these days, to the point where I feel like an old man who gets made fun of for not knowing a music genre. It's hard to keep track of and I wish we could just all be doin' what we're doin', and everyone's like 'aight'. Not that I'm in any way diminishing a person's need to identify, that takes precedence over anything I just said.
I'm a classic(see also:hopeless) romantic. Call me Broom, ladies, because I'll sweep you off your feet.
Women of OKC, I feel compelled to tell you this:
If you, in any way, describe yourself as a nerd or a geek or whatever on this website (any website, really), especially if it's in your username or in the first few lines of your profile, my heart goes out to you.
It's fine that you're a nerd, nothing wrong with that at all, but you've just made yourself every single goddamn neckbeard mother's basement dwelling cheetoh barge's one true love, and they can't wait to show you the Boba Fett suit they traded all their magic the gathering cards and painted miniatures for.
Oh internet, you'll never find a more wretched hive of scum and villainy. Also, yes I followed an internet nerd bashing with a good ol Star Wars reference, word?
I deal poorly with absolutes. Shades of grey y'all, though not 50 of them, ever.
I am extremely competitive, I love winning.
I am also an extremely good sport. I am as polite in victory as I am gracious in defeat. (unless this is online gaming, in which case I consider shit talking a legitimate game mechanic)
1. I grew up in small redneck town
3. I play a lot of ping pong now.
Brevity is a concept I sometimes fail to grasp when it comes to writing. It's not my fault words make such a fun playground.
Facial hair has never been my strong suit.
I read books like the bboys drop rhymes.
If you are my friend, that basically means you can show up at my house at 3am with a dead body and the only thing I'll ask is for a few seconds to warm up the car.
If I don't like you, I'll still be polite to you (most of the time) because I prefer not to waste precious time and energy actively hating anyone.
I'd rather not be defined by what I do, but just by the fact that I love doing the things I do.