Me? I'm simultaneously up to no good and very good - in the best way possible. Usually while laughing so hard I hit my head on something.
As with many of us --I myself am often my own worst enemy- but I'd like to believe that enemy is a pretty round character in a larger narrative.
I'm a bit of a dilettante. A bit of an athlete. A bit of a swashbuckler. A bit of a pain in the ass. I tend to reach for the stars...but that is often when I realize that I am in need of a wash...
Way I figure--much of life is about deciding just how to wrap your mitt around the gearshift. More importantly though- and more often than not-- it's about what to do with the peel when you get the banana out of your tailpipe. If you can sort that shit out - you're golden.
Also: Don't look at the flame when you burn magnesium --and always bend your knees when you land. This was a maxim I formulated for myself in high school and I still stand by its general merit.
I need to be outside. I need to travel. I need to make things (music, art, trouble) and move around, lest I never shut my mouth. So, I am outside, I travel I make things every day, and I move around a lot.
This sums up around 7 years of my life in a weird nutshell:
I subscribe to Vonnegut's ideas about common decency. I also like to make images of assholes in much the same way he did. Assholes tend to make spectacles of themselves. We're all guilty of this sometimes.
I like people (guys) who are excitable and energetic, yet easy going and (listen) devoid of fickleness. People, (guys) who can shrug and say 'what the hell? why not?' by one token yet can make a decision about dinner or a major impasse without an enormous episode or shitty sarcasm.
Cockiness can be attractive--even a turn-on, blind arrogance and smugness are insufferable.
I value kindness, cleverness, horse sense, and handymen. I relish rampant absurdity and big belly laughs. I really dig indoor/outdoor cats who toggle easily between country mouse and city mouse.
I'm fond of those who don't make me do all the work in conversation. If you can show me, or draw it for me all the better. Make me think. Teach me something. Let's tear something apart.
Be very honest, be very up front, be huge.
If I do something with someone or learn something with someone it is enduring memory. Equally so I get excited about and am appreciative of very simple things. I never forget small kindnesses.
Although the fact is not prominently on display - I'm alarmingly randy.
Remember: When the demon is at your door -in the morning it won't be there no more.