I WAS working on a second degree that would have hopefully allowed creative freedom in my future endeavors. I am fueled by my fascination with the commentary in pop surrealism and passionate about the work of modern couturiers and architects. So does the fact that I dropped out of the program mean I can say I'm a dropout? Or is that negated by the fact that I already have a degree?
I am a former fat kid who loves bicycling and yoga, but I refuse to be called athletic. What can I say? I have my vices and in my head they undermine such a title, but my spin classes I teach don't need to know about it.
As much as I love reading a good book, my favorites are coffee table books about art and design or feasting vicariously through cookbooks. Often times, when I'm settled down with a book I end up napping in the most cozy or inappropriate places.
Like most gay men I love pop music, but I'll rave about indie artists in hopes of transcending the stereotype of vacuousness. In all honesty, I have a deep love for folk rock and I'm now starting to believe that it's following in this city is only lesbian. Yeah, I'm sensing some hipster vibe going on too, but don't be afraid.
I find tall, scruffy dudes to be attractive and have a deep appreciation for tattoos (got six in a year.) Oh yeah! Myers-Briggs type INTP. Yeah... Have fun with that one.
Do you enjoy spontaneous dance parties whenever you hear a song you love (or even just an amazing beat)? Can you have conversations about art, culture, society, etc that go in circles and come to no real conclusion? Do you appreciate being outdoors and getting dirty as much as sitting pretty doing nothing? You know, we just might get along.