First things first... I'm married, but my situation is really weird. A few months ago my wife and I agreed that we'd open up our relationship to other people. She found a boyfriend; I did nothing. About six weeks ago she told me she wants a divorce... so yeah. That's where I'm at. Given this I'm not really in the market for anything super-serious, but I do my best to not close doors unnecessarily. My wife and I are on really good terms - she's still living with me for the time being - but the marriage is over. :-( Anyway, I'm happy to share more; I'm over being quiet about it.
If you're still reading (<3 <3 <3), I'm a dependable, quiet, hardworking, somewhat old-fashioned guy. I'm well acquainted with "the friend zone" but don't have any real desire to visit there again. I'm fluent in a language you've never heard of. I grew up in the jungle (no joke). I make a mean lasagna. I have good taste in both furniture and people. I'm 31 going on 60 (get off my lawn!) I love dogs and have the two craziest Chihuahua YouTube sensations this side of the Prime Meridian (shhh, don't tell them they're so awesome - they already act like they own the place). I've made the Kessel Run in less than twelve parsecs. Jay-Z hits me up for help with his rhymes. I've had malaria seven times and have lived to tell the tale(s).
I'm by all accounts a 'normal' guy, but I have a well-concealed kinky side that I reveal only to the truly worthy. It is highly unlikely that you have a kink or fetish that I do not either share or would entertain. That said, I'm open to being proven wrong.
My sex drive is pretty high, but my emotional energy level can sometimes be a bit low. This makes for an... interesting... combination. Sometimes it works; sometimes it doesn't.
Update: I get a lot of questions about what I mean about emotional energy. This quick illustrated guide to introversion explains it better than I can: http://themetapicture.com/how-to-interact-with-the-introverted/ Basically I need alone time to recharge.