When I get into something I REALLY get into something. I eat breath and sleep it for a long time until I move on. It's just my approach to all things. One example would be the gym which I've been in since 16. Though at times I had to take time off, but suddenly and without explanation to those around me I started going 1 or 2 hours every single day. The downside would be if I'm not even slightly interested in something, you might as well try to push a boulder because I won't even think of doing it at all. When I learn things, I drown myself in it and soak up as much as I can. When I feel, I feel deeply. When I don't, I feel nothing. I'm a man of extremes, you could say.
I enjoy saying random words out loud sometimes just because I enjoy the way they feel coming out of my mouth.
Sometimes I'm fascinated and entertained by very simple things, like clouds and a very blue sky or maybe a vast desert. It's clean, like Lawrence said.
I just discovered I have a talent for cooking, that came outta nowhere.
My professors convinced me that I should try for medical school, haha. So I'm plugging away at that. I want to make my money as a surgeon or anesthesiologist, but really I just love the idea of research and discovering things. I'm only interested in the most difficult and challenging tasks, or furthering the limits of human knowledge. That's what I consider a job.
I have a weird, extremely strong, passion for learning that I'm not really sure where I got it from.
My idea of really treating myself is setting aside a night to workout for 5 hours.... I know, I'm a gym freak...
I think more people need to be told that it's ok to take up space in the world.
When I'm bored, sometimes I draw a few random lines without looking, and then using those lines within a few seconds I try to create an elaborate picture.
I've always hated the idea of having fish as pets, but now I think I want an aquarium... I'm thinking black angelfish because they look like spaceships.
I think of myself as a big game hunter, meaning that I have the tendency to take on challenges in life (read "women") that are waaaaaaay out of my league. In that way I'm a masochist. But I aim for the stars, I figure it's best to fail spectacularly rather than dominate over mediocrity.
I always plan on the worst, but expect the best.
I plan on learning about 17 languages (and forgetting 16 of them)
If you know that Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Kazakhstan are countries (before Borat came out) you score some points.
If I read one more opening statement that says something like, "I'm not your typical blah blah", and then you list a whole bunch of things that do indeed make you a typical blah blah.....I will have an aneurysm.
Animals and kids love me, and adults tend to hate me. And I'm indifferent either way, ha.
Most girls, when they meet me, say that I'm a lot different than what they imagined. Mostly because how I write and the things I say seem really silly and goofy, but in real life when I deliver lines it's always deadpan. So you gotta keep that in mind.
But if you're the slightest bit interested in smiling until your cheeks hurt or learning obscure facts, drop me a line. If you have curves you can build a roller coaster on, drop me a line for sure.