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I want to find the person or people that I can be the weirdest version of myself with the weirdest version of themselves and be not just OK, but excited about that. Let's get weird.*
I have a podcast that I do with my best friend, Alisha, that I met here on OKC. It is called "Sketch Comedy Podcast Show" and every other week we produce a half-hour comedy show, sort of like "Key & Peele" or "Inside Amy Schumer" or "Carol Burnett"; I think we are somewhere in between those shows.
I am actually going to let Alisha finish my profile for me:
"This is not a self-summary. This is Alisha, Stu's bestie without testies and his partner on his podcast- Sketch Comedy Podcast Show. I asked him if I could write a few words about him as his wing-gal in hopes of finding him better dates. So here it goes!
Stu is hilarious and incredibly intelligent. He is the first one you call when you have a funny story to share or need a shoulder to cry on. He is nice to a fault. Cliche I know, but so very true. Stuart just wants everyone to be happy (being the humanist that he is), so he bends over backwards to make happiness come to fruition. He just spent the last hour of his Friday evening talking with me about evolution and relationships. All that after going to "Guardians of the Galaxy" (which he loved). He has kiddos that are super-amazing, but he's done in that department.
Again, as his wing-girl I approve of this message. I wouldn't be friends with someone that wrote in third-person."
* and I don't mean merely sexually. That might be a thing too, but I want the person I am with to feel comfortable being whomever they are and adores me for being who I am.