First, let me say that I'm not married, I don't have a girlfriend, I'm financially stable, and once you know my full name, feel free to run a background check. I've heard some of the other guys on here are pretty sketchy.
So, now that that is out of the way, hi, I'm Nick. I grew up in Central WI, moved away for about 6 years, and moved back.
Why am I trying this? I've found myself grappling with where people actually meet nowadays. Is it the produce section, the local watering hole, MySpace (wait, is this 2005?)? I've also tried friend of a friend dating and have come to the conclusion that my friends either a) secretly hate me or b) don't know me that well (I hope you all appreciate that I'm joking). The truth is that my job keeps me busy, I'm still new to the area, and most of my friends are older, married, have 2.3 kids, and drive mini vans.
What do I have to offer? You mean other than that Ninja blender I bought off of TV at 3:00 am? Well, I'd like to think I'm that great combination of smart and funny. The exact mix generally depends on the situation. At some point, I will likely make a comment in an awkward situation that will make you laugh so hard your stomach hurts.
If you're up for some good conversation and laughs, let's talk. If it helps, my grandma says that I'm one of the good ones out there.
One more thing...I just have the basic service, so I can't see if you hit "like". If you're interested, write me a quick email.
What I’m doing with my life
My life is pretty good, but certainly has room to improve. I spent
my 20s finishing school and getting my career in place. Now, I'm in
a good spot to pursue other things.
I’m really good at
Generally speaking, I'd like to think I'm a man of many talents.
The "I'm bad at this" list is smaller. Tops here: keeping plants
alive and golf. If I hit a golf ball, no matter where you are, you
The first things people usually notice about me
Probably my sense of humor. I'll make you laugh or your money back.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Sounds like a good topic for a later discussion
The six things I could never do without
1. My family
2. My friends
3. My bed
4. My iPod
5. Good food
6. Good books
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Politics and government; it's an occupational hazard
On a typical Friday night I am
During part of the winter, I curl on Fridays. If you're wondering
what that is, feel free to ask. The rest of the year, I could be
traveling, at a happy hour, seeing a band, or just at home
unwinding from a busy week.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I've got a soft spot for my nephews.
You should message me if
You think we'd hit it off