If we became "us," I think it'd be cool if we were sorta like a team. We don't have to be the same or have a bazillion things in common, we'd just need to work well together, bring out the best in each other, and help each other move forward. I mean, if a soccer team had a whole bunch of midfielders, they wouldn't do very well, right? (By the way, that's pretty much as far as my sports analogies can go.)
We'd likely have conversations about many subjects, ranging from my poor sports analogies to the possibility of us soon colonizing Mars, explore things around the city (and beyond) that we've always wanted to try but felt would be better to do with someone else, laugh a lot, and eventually speak in a special unique language that no one else understands, like twins do.
We'd both be taking care of ourselves physically. We'd know this from being naked in front of each other quite a bit. Eventually, we might even decide to be naked in front of only each other, at least for extended periods of time.
Okay, a bit about me:
I was born in Park Slope and recently moved back to the East Village after a pit stop in the West Village and a stint in San Francisco where I was working for Facebook. I've also paid rent in Los Angeles, and London (where I worked as a radio announcer and had to speak with a fake American accent, even though I'm American). I've also spent long stretches of time in Seattle, Chicago and Washington D.C.
Armed with just a backpack and some English, I've traveled across Spain, France, Belgium, Ireland, Holland and Morocco. While on these treks, I've tried to spend my time with locals, while keeping away from the resorts and tourist-y places as much as possible.
You can see more about me at www.ThatGuyImet.com, even though you haven't really met me yet.