Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
Me: I live where I work. No, I don't live under my desk in the
office. I work in the Army, more specifically, the 82nd Airborne
Division. Would I describe myself as fiercly patriotic? No, not
really. I love my job because of the energy required for it, oh,
and the job security. A nerd at heart but not in size, I feel like
a fortune cookie that you open up and either laugh or do that
little "tilt your head to the side with a confused look on your
face" thing. My interests fly all across the spectrum. You could
find me in the gym, watching TV, hiking a mountain, or enjoying a
Broadway play. It's Where's Waldo on a global scale. I do have my
faults. I am ticklish, much to my friends enjoyment, and my
disdain. I spend plenty of time in the gym. I drink, yet not much.
No raving stupor for me. Most weekends I'm the sober one. Although,
I do love to party, which usually entials myself goofing off. Even
if I do sometimes have a child's view on subjects for humor's sake
I still have many friends who come to me for advice. I'm not a
giant at 6'2", yet, I seem bigger. Have fun and be a kid sometimes,
everyone enjoys a good game of Hide-n-Go Seek.
I am goofy, a teddy bear, and awkward
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
Right now I am currently a Machine Gunner in the 82nd Airborne.
Pretty much that entails me running around with a big gun and being
where I'm needed. I do jump out of planes, and I fall fast, even
with a parachute. Still one of the lower ranking guys on the list,
I do what I can to fit in and stay below the radar. I'm at the
point in my job that I'm looking to the future. I don't want to
stay and enlisted soldier forever. I enjoy the work and hardship of
real combat and not to mention the handsome paycheck that comes
with it. Garrison lifestyle leaves much to be desired.
So, I am looking at flight school. It's not the easiest thing to
get into, yet I have the brains. For now though, I continue to do
my job, try to look important, and not make a fool of myself.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Hitting the gym. You might call me a gym rat. With a hectic
schedule, time to work out is a hassle yet it is my release from
work. Where most boys go home to a beer, I spend an hour or two
trying to improve myself physically. I'm just weird like
Oh, just recently we found out that I can do quite the impression
of a gorilla bounding forward.
The first things people usually notice about me
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My friends. They love to promote me to the world. I'm not a huge
guy, but I carry myself as such.
Unless we are in the gym, in which case I wear some short shorts
becuase although I care what people think, not in the gym.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
Steak, Books, Music, the Gym, Apples, and a vivid imagination.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Well, I start out on important questions like, "What to do with my
life?" and end up with, "What would life be like if I had robot
legs?" Which, inherently becomes, "Would it be considered cheating
if I used my new robot legs to win races?" Maybe if I disguised
them... like the Terminator.
Maybe that's why I have trouble deciding where to eat. I mean... at
seafood restaraunts you order a "Fish Filet", very little detail. I
dont go to BK and order a "Meat Sandwitch", they tell me the animal
first. Wait, this was supposed to be about deciding where to eat.
Nah, this explains me better.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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Bees man. Bees. Bees scare the crap out of me. I don't know what my
ancestors did to the bee messiah, but it must have been bad.
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