I'm not a boring guy. Lol. I've always preferred learning my likes and dislikes through keeping an open mind and trying things. There have been a few unpleasant experiences that Ive learned from, but overall i 've experienced some amazing things that most people never will. No regrets here...
I trained for ten years in Muay-Thai (kickboxing) and two years in jui-jitsu on't have the time to commit to it like I used to. And my body is okay with that. I like to stay active and am making the most of my life.
Im loving NYC so far, but i def havent explored enough. My office is in Brooklyn Heights, but the majority of my weeks are spent meeting with clients outside of my office. I'm moving to Brooklyn w/in the next few weeks from upper Manhattan. Looking forward to it.
Other pertinent facts:
-I say yes way more than no.
-I adhere to my principles, which are important to me.
-I believe in chivalry.
-I love cooking, but I put a lot of time and effort in when I do, so I'm not an everyday chef.
-I'm not into people who dislike more than they like. Being around haters/complainers isn't for me.
-If you are family or a true friend, I got you. Always.
-I majored in English, but have a career in economics/mathematics.
-I love most food. Peanut butter is not one of them. If peanut butter is out of a jar, I can smell it from a mile away. If you have eaten peanut butter and not chewed gum/brushed teeth, I will know. ;)
-I frequently make myself laugh although my jokes are usually not that funny.
-I'm generally very respectful of people. If I see someone that violates my principles, it irritates me more than most. If I see people go out of their way to help others, I respect it and will go out of my way for them.
-When I was a little kid I was "slimed" on Nickelodeon's "You Can't Do That On Television" during a Disney World vacation. It was really cool before the allergic reaction I had to the slime caused me to stay in the hotel room the remainder of the vacation.