It makes me sad that my profile has to start off with disclaimers because I get harassed by creeps. Stop being creepy, ya'll.
-I've stopped being nice to people who have clearly not read my profile.
-Important to note: Being Queer does not mean I am into threesomes or want to join a poly relationship. I am looking for ONE person to spend my time with, and I am not looking for casual sex.
-If I do not respond to your message, sending 20 more, and throwing in insults doesn't help your cause.
ON TO THE GOOD STUFF!
I value kindness and empathy over most things. I enjoy being outdoors as often as I can be. I think walks in the rain are extremely undervalued. I tend to assume most people are amazing, and have very little interest in other peoples opinions of each other. I find judgmental people to be insanely boring. I've never understood the concept of putting people down for not being of your sexual or platonic preference. I judge people more by the content of their character than the content of their ipod or closet. That being said, I am a sucker for a well dressed man. I always root for the underdog. I see beauty in just about everything.
I live for sunny days and swimming and soaking up what I can of a beautiful day. I enjoy camping and kayaking, and can usually be found riding my bike around and grinning like a maniac. (Update: my bike was stolen, so now I can be found staying home watching X Files and wishing my bike would come home) I enjoy baking and cooking. I like picnics. I am a terrible knitter. I never learned how to drive. I can be painfully shy, but that changes once you can get me laughing. I frackin love laughing. I like to go out and live it up, but I enjoy nights at home watching Twin Peaks on the couch just as much. I think people have forgotten how to be truly spontaneous.
Current goal: acquire a new bike and train hard. Buy rollers for crappy days out when I feel like passing up on a ride so I have zero excuses. New rule: If I want to watch TV, I have to do it while pushing my body. I need to get back into shape. I miss riding. I miss picking a direction and going til my body feels like it wants to shake apart, then turning around and riding all of the way back. I've put more miles on my bikes than anyone I know, I want to keep going. That Alaska to Mexico ride is calling my name again. I want to set a record time. Two years off a bike has been two years too long.