I like to think of myself as pretty laid back. I always strive to make people laugh, a lot of times people mistake that for being overly sarcastic or even crude but I've gotten better at that over the years. I grew up in Michigan and joined the Marine Corps (which if you're reading this means I'm in the same boat as the vast majority of males aged 18-24 who have no doubt solicited you repeatedly on this website) at 18. It has its ups and downs, mostly ups, and I plan to make a 20+ gear career out of it. A lot of the personality traits I fancy myself having are very well suited to the Military; I deal with stress well, I'm self motivated, I'm able to tell time, and I'm in great physical shape. I am a huge patriot and deeply believe in our militarys mission abroad. It's unfortunate that so many people assume that anyone who joins the armed forces did so as a last resort, or stay in because they lack the ability to succeed elsewhere. Honestly, I used to believe the latter during my first few years. Luckily I've met a handful of great friends and leaders who changed that misconception!
My parents are the epitome of blue collar. My mom has worked at Ford Mo Co. on as assembly line and my father is a carpenter. Those two, more than the Marines ever could, gave me my work ethic.
I workout 6 days a week and have a fairly strict diet. I make almost all of my own food, count macros and run just about erryday.
Having reread this I can't help but think it sounds a bit up tight, but it's the best I got...