So, you'd think that the fact that I just got my degree in Communications, I'd be better off at communicating what I'm looking for, but that seemingly seems to be out of my grasp for some oddball reason. (Which seems to be the trend on OKC.)
I think the first big question is what am I looking for, and how does it relate to me. I've finally realized that if someone is offended by something on my profile, that probably indicates that they are not the one for me.
I'm looking for someone whose geeky (if you keep reading, you'll get what I mean by that), but into sports, whose cute and quirky, considers themselves to be in good shape, and understands that relationships are about a mutual respect in all aspects, and that communication and not being controlling are also a bid deal.
As far as me, I wear my heart of my sleeve, when I meet someone I really like (or I'm even interested in based on say, their profile), I'm pretty much all in from the get go, considering me an optimistic, and that can sometimes come off as over enthused, but not sure how showing that much interest is a bad thing. I haven't been in many relationships, so I still do boneheaded things while dating (who doesn't), and hope that whoever it is that I'm dating understands that. I am also upfront, and honest about my feelings, and I don't like playing games (well, video games, board games, and sports are okay). I don't think it's fair, and I think too many people do this. If you want to meet, fine, if you don't, but I think too many people do this, and it's just not cool.
I'm a big fan of my sports teams (in order of how much I like them. Devils, Jets, Mets, Seton Hall Pirates (Men's Basketball), Nets, Rutgers Scarlet Knights (Football). I do also watch Men's Tennis and I have a few favorite players, but if you're interested in who, you'll have to ask.
I'm a person that will be willing to try almost anything if I'm with someone I am interested in. It doesn't matter what we are doing, but I'll more than like enjoy it due to the company, save for a select few things, which I already know I don't enjoy. However, if you want to know what I don't like, or even what I really do like, feel free to ask. I'm sure I know how to do a few things that might surprise you, or even my friends.
I do have some nerdy tendencies, like playing the Pokemon Trading Card Game (Pokemon) that has taken me all across the US (and parts of Canada). I was actually able to go to Hawaii (twice) because of that. Last year it was Washington D.C., this year it's Boston (in August).
If that sounds interesting to you, just message me, if not, keep reading. :)