I'd love to meet someone who is happy too! That means different things to different people; I've found balance and that's what I'm looking for!
Just a few things that help in finding utopia; find someone that makes you laugh, every day! I'll get into the rest later but the key is to laugh. I want anti-stress; kinda like scientists are looking for anti-matter/dark energy/whatever they're calling it this week. Just be balanced and enjoy life! You only get one; unless you're Hindu. That was not meant to be offensive; if you took offense, goodbye!
If you want to hear some funny stories about my youth, just ask; I have several. Most of them are stupid things I did when I was growing up that are awesome, looking back. Most of my stories involve my brother and fire or some other element of danger. Like I said, pure awesomeness. Since I work for the Fed. I'll leave that vague until you ask me about my prior exploites.
My ideal woman is someone who is self-actualized, knows who she is and what she wants. If you're still figuring yourself out maybe you need some more time in the oven... I'm good with me and ready to share my awesome life. I'm pretty sure I can make you laugh but if you can make me laugh, I want to meet you. Most of my humor comes from life stories and personal narrative on society.
I once saw a spider monkey slap a little boy for grabbing his tail at the "Pet-a-pet Farm." It happened when I was eleven and I still laugh out loud when I think of that kid getting owned by a pissed primate.
Standup comedy is one of my favorite things to watch. I briefly had aspirations of comedic glory and took an improv class at the DC Improv. Let's just say the class was great fun but it taught me that I am not as funny as I think I am. However, several of the other people were hilarious.
All forms of comedy appeal to me. Sometimes I just want to sit back and watch some low brow Kevin Smith movies but other times I like slapstick humor. Chris Farley is hilarious! Family Guy is great in small doses. I love British humor in all of it's awkwardness. The original "Office" with Ricky Gervais is hilarious. I guess I like anything that makes light of life. Stuffy people are great targets for jokes. Anyone who takes themselves too seriously kinda irks me.
If you have a sense of humor I'd love to meet you. If you have absolutely no sense of humor I'd really love to meet you! I'm always looking for new material.
I'm a simple guy. The only name brand thing I own is my Harley. Fiscally responsible is how I'd classify my "style." Plain t-shirts and jeans are just about all I wear when not working. I'm not a big fan of getting all dolled up for no good reason. However, I look damn good in a suit and tie. Throw me a special occasion and I'll show you!