Recently, I've been coming to terms with the idea that I have a calling and it's equal parts surreal, frightening, and exciting. Fan-f*ckin-weird-tasic. It's led to quite a few life decisions which are hard to explain and harder to justify. Can't tell if it's bravery or a lot of crazy. Seriously.
I'm spontaneous, open-minded, adventurous, passionate, complex, and on occasion, contradictory. Maybe more than on occasion.
I've been described as very "intense." And as opinions differ wildly on what that means, I'll elaborate. I'm creatively ambitious, dream big, and constantly work towards excellence in performance and amazing work. I'm extremely unrelenting and unapologetic about it. I collaborate best with those who have the same hunger for self-improvement and growth. I'm passionate about my creativity and fit well with those who are passionate about what they do also.
I tend to dispense with small talk and would rather cozy up with glasses of whiskey, get to the nitty-gritty, and discuss personal philosophies, lessons learned from the past, human relations, and thoughts on love and sex—the psychology, lifestyles, beauty, and general mayhem of it all. I enjoy heated debate, but appreciate those who know when to back down, cool off, and possibly make out.
Although I enjoy my fair share of the usual twilife activities, I'm always more enthused for the random and odd. I'm always looking for the more deviant of accomplices.
I once thought I would never give up on Saturday morning cartoons, but that fell by the wayside ages ago. But I doubt the same will ever occur with dancing to house.
I have a pretty diverse set of interests that tends to grow if I don't keep it in check.
Kink is an important part of my life, but not a lifestyle per se. I'm open about it, but most would never guess. I get along better with partners like this.
OkCupid dropped the three-word-mad-lib from the profiles--those of you who are OG know what I'm talking about. I pay homage to its memory by proudly stating: I am a storyteller, a lecher, and asleep.