A bit of a goofy dork at times. I'm polite and cordial but cuss like a sailor given the situation. Educated but the polish is a bit tarnished. I do a good job of keeping myself busy and entertained. I value honesty and integrity over all. Recently orphaned, my friends are all I have. I'm very passionate about what I do and who I am. I'd rather just be myself than conform to an idea or label. I've got my own taste and style. I give the shirt off my back too often enough, so I'm working on trying to put myself 1st for a change.
I moved to Seattle almost two decades ago for the mountains, the sound and the chill seasons and have never regretted it since.
Something to separate me from the dudebros, neckbeards and douchecanoes shouldn't be too hard. The real question is can you keep up? In a city filled polyamory, I'm still trying to figure out what the fuck happened to monogamy.
What I’m doing with my life
Right now I'm looking to expand my social group and maybe find a significant other along the way. Over the last fews years many of my friends have left the state or country so it's been a lot of solo adventuring. I'm looking to change that by finding like-minded people to hang or have adventures with. Let's go for a hike, dancing til last call, road trip up to BC, veg out to some movies or maybe go rockhounding.
I was recently upgraded to crazy cat guy so there's that too.
I’m really good at
I'm a mechanical thinker. I fix shit... generally speaking. I do my
fair share of breaking things too. Think wear tester.
I'm a Muse, a catalyst of sorts.
Also a damn fine cook.
The first things people usually notice about me
I'm not as intimidating in person as I come off to be. I also look
younger than my actual age.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I don't read as often as I like. When I get the time, think along the lines of Garth Stein or Tom Robbins or a technical manual.
The same can be said for TV and movies. Recently I got sucked in the Strain. I guess del Toro is know for that. Rick and Morty too.
I love almost all genres of music but gravitate towards electronic stuff. I prefer something I can dance or move to.
When it comes to food, I eat pretty healthy. No fast food or artificial shit. Otherwise, I'll eat just about anything.
The details are better discussed in a comfortable atmosphere.
The six things I could never do without
So lots of material things come to mind but the few things I
couldn't do without are..
A passion for life.
Positive human interaction.
Music in many forms.
My friends that I call family.
The ability to learn and grow.
My hopes and aspirations.
It may be cheesy, but I honestly don't give a fuck. These are the
things that get me out of bed in the morning or keep me up til all
hours of the night.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Good habits to keep me from smoking.
Time, relativity, A.I. , and the makeup/break down of life.
Where new to eat.
What and the heck one of my cats is thinkin.
Places to explore.
What the hell happened to most of the people my age. Seriously. .way to get old quick.
On a typical Friday night I am
Probably figuring out a big dinner for me and my roomies/friends or prepping for a weekend adventure. Maybe out at a show or wandering around Seattle lookin for a new place to eat or a tasty beverage.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Valentino Rossi is my doppelganger.
I have an unusual name. If I tell you it, you can probably find out a plethora of things about me just by googling.
You should message me if
You're actually up for meeting in person and seeing how we interact. Texting is ok but I'd much rather get to know someone face to face.
Life's busy and hectic. I still make time for friends to have a physical social life, hanging out or making adventures and shit. I'd like to expect the same.