I think to fully understand how to love me, you have to watch (and appreciate) Chuck.
When I was a kid, I watched a lot of Law and Order. Don't get me wrong, I also watched the heck out of TMNT, Darkwing Duck and so forth, but I always made time Jack McCoy, because even as a kid I knew I wanted to be that cool lawyer that always fought the good fight, and won within 48 minutes. I told myself I would be that one day. Or Batman, because he was rich, brooding and cool.
Well, I'm not a billionaire (sorry!) so I went to law school and found out that fighting for justice takes much longer than 48 minutes, but it's still worth it.
When I'm not righting wrongs, I'm either out with my friends exploring this great city, or making new ones. That comes easy to me, since I'm quick with a smile, and I never take myself too seriously. I'm always up for something new, be it winning my betta fish with friends in Coney Island, or trying to figure out why watching a movie in Bryant Park smells like a Phish concert. If nothing else, I hope to meet people with interesting things to share about this city. Any suggestions?
My favorite holiday is definitely Halloween, from the costumes to the candy and all its other trappings. It's my favorite time of year, when it's just starting to get cool out, and the leaves turn colors, and you just know Christmas in the city is around the corner. I might end up being that dad who dresses up with his kids when he takes them trick or treating. They might also grow out of that before I do.
A big reason I'm on this site stems from a recent project of mine. A little while ago I helped two friends of mine get together. They were both a little shy around the other, despite the obvious attraction between them, and they needed a nudge... or several nudges. Still, I wouldn't have done it if I hadn't realized that they each complemented the other, that as cool as they were each on their own, they could potentially be something more together. I realized I wanted that too. Anyone else feel that way?