Well I don't think I'm boring, unattractive or difficult to speak with, but what do you think? I also have interests that extend beyond your sexuality and I want to get to know a person before we go any further.
I'm past the super super immature part of my life and I'm preparing for the next phase of adulthood and eventually fatherhood. I'm developing my professional portfolio so that I'll be able to afford a family. Looking forward to that! Also looking forward to having a dog. If everything else looks good, and you think that I'd be perfect for you, EXCEPT you don't like dogs, you should probably message someone else :-) no offense meant.
I'm a freethinking atheist with a great deal of theological knowledge. I've been a professional electrician, martial arts instructor, art instructor, carpet cleaner, dorm cleaner, video producer, insurance agent, customer service representative, tutor, pharmaco-linguistics lab researcher, bouncer at downtown nightclub, and a clerk at a fabric store all before turning 25. I'm currently the operations manager for a very successful insurance agency.
Now comes the REAL question: Do I "talk white?" In short, yes. I am very comfortable speaking a more relaxed dialect (more commonly called Black English Vernacular) but I can only speak BEV with other black people. The rest of the time I'm told I sound like a white college professor. Thank god I LOOK like a young brown guy. And in case you're interested, I'm 50% Black and 50% German.
I LIKE VIDEO GAMES. If this is a problem for you then I'm sorry, but I like interactive entertainment and studies show that it's way better for adults and children than television. Most of the skills that got me to where I am today came from video games and it actually gives me something of an edge over a lot of other people in my business because they're usually older and have never had the opportunity to simulate entire economies at massive scales before. Thankfully I have and so profit and loss calculations, staffing, resource allocation, return on investment, and a lot of other business concepts came to me quite easily and naturally.