Ok, so maybe not the best four word selection for an introduction I've ever come up with, but I don't see you over here being bad at self-summation like this guy right here. *points to self*
So let's get on with it!
First Off! New and improved me now includes complete alcoholic sobriety! Originally it was because of the super strict diet I am on...but honestly, I just don't care about booze that much.
As a man ready to graduate from Towson U this spring, I'm told that I'm a relatively down to earth person. To be fair, that's probably not true. I have my head in the clouds a lot of the time. It's good to dream, right? SHHHH. Of course it is! Don't ruin it!
Right now I'm a doorman/bouncer at a nightclub in Baltimore's Little Italy area. Friday and Saturday nights after 7, i'm normally tied up. I occasionally officiate weddings too, but I do that for the action more than the money. I don't believe people should be charged an arm and a leg to have someone read things at them.
So. Full disclosure: I'm kind of a huge nerd. I play video games. I get down with DnD type stuff occasionally. Been working at the MD Renn-Fist(on account of the pitiful pay-scale) since I was old enough to legally have a job(and for 5 years before that).
I had my massage therapy license(but I let it lapse). I'm still pretty decent at it. Just wish some asshole hadn't stolen my table.
Until a delightful(yet manageable) ankle injury left me unable to keep up with the group, I played college Rugby. I love the sport. It makes me all giddy n'such, but don't worry. It's not an all-encompassing subject of my life.
Outside Perspectives on me, to be taken with a grain of salt:
"You have a warm heart, a relatively caring disposition, and a devil may care attitude." - Unimportant
"You're fucking crazy. But in a good way." - Best Friend's Husband
"You're adorable, but in that I want to strangle you in your sleep kind of way." -Best Friend
Further Disclosure: If at the end of this you find yourself interested and shoot me a message, i'll probably respond. I find forwardness attractive and endearing.