I used to travel and move around a lot. I'd work as a bartender for nine months or so, save as much money as I could, then quit and travel for four to six months. Then move to a different place or wherever I ended up. But that was in my younger days. I've lived in Boston, DC, Barcelona and San Juan, Puerto Rico.
I like the night life, going out for dinner and drinks. But I'm not some crazy, drunken party guy. (Maybe in my youth). (Okay, once in awhile, still).
I like my alcohol to taste like alcohol. No juice, no soda, no sugar of any sort. Just straight. Maybe a bit of water. But I don't actually like the taste of alcohol.
I consider myself a feminist but I'm also chivalrous.
I like to go to thrift stores and antique stores. I like everything I own to be interesting to look at. Unique. And that goes for things like my telephone, toaster, couch, desk, lamps and TV.
If I were a woman, I stand naked in front of a mirror all day and just look at myself.
I'm very liberal. Except for my use of condiments and sauces, which I prefer to use sparingly.
I'm artsy but I'm not artistic. (Except on Halloween). Even though I went to an art school. Majored in creative writing.
I don't set goals for myself when it comes to Love. I've met people who say they want to be married within two years or something. I think that's weird. You go out, you have a good time, you do it agian, you do it more often and suddenly you realize you can't live without the person. I guess that's the ideal. And, I guess, that's ultimately what I want. But I'm okay with going out, if there's no romantic sparks but friendship develops, that's almost as good. Almost. And it's also okay if you have dinner, there's absolutely no connection and you go your seperate ways. Even then, at least there's food involved.