I'm an actor, and that comes with it's own set of insecurities and issues. It's been said that I'm a rarity: an actor with very little ego. I can't say that that is completely true, but it's kind of nice that others think that.
I've also been called a Nice Guy, and I've always taken some pride in that. I tend to be more interested in others' needs than my own. Come to think of it, that might explain my day job in food service at the zoo. Yeah, it's food service, but I get to go to the zoo every day!
Yeah, an actor who works in food service. Go Figure. And of course, feel free to extrapolate from that that if trips to Cancun, expensive nights on the town, and extravagant gifts are important to you, well, I'd like that life, too. Good luck, and I'm sorry we won't meet.
(Not that those things don't happen, mind you. But the big night or extravagant gesture requires careful budgeting or reckless abandon, both of which I'm capable of and one of which I'm more predisposed to...)
I have many women friends, and they are dear to me. They tell me I'm handsome and charming and fun to be with. They say I'd be a "good catch." They've offered to help me write this. (Do you think maybe I should have taken them up on it?) They tell me a woman would be lucky... Just not them.
And I'm at the point of, "What now...?"