Seriously, we are literally strangers. Which I'm going to admit feels a little weird. This is my first experience with a dating site, but, hey, we're in the digital age, right? So online dating has got to be the natural progression (or at least that's what I tell myself).
I'm a funny guy (some would even go so far as to say awesome-youtube-puppy-moment hilarious) looking for a fun girl to hang and have a good time with. I'm an excellent friend, dedicated to my work (theatre sound design/engineering), witty, sincere, and fun! I'm equally comfortable hanging out at a bar, heading to a Rockies game, seeing a play, going to a concert, reading in a coffee shop...let's just say I'm an easygoing person that's up for pretty much anything.
Tangent: In case anyone reads this far. I think it is fairly rude to not even email some one back and say, "hey I think you're a total ugo and I never want to talk to you." or "You said you like to laugh and I am constantly undertaken in a world of darkness and sadness and don't think we are going to get along." Just email back a no.
Also why email for 5 days before we can meet? Some studies say that over 93% of our communication is through body language. Listen coffee can be over in 30 minutes if it isn't working out, just meet in a public place so we actually know what the hell each other is actually saying. Rant over.