I've been working in the event production field for 10 years now, and just recently started producing events for liquor companies throughout the country. Hoping to make a name for myself in the national community. My business partner and I travel A LOT, and I work most weekends and holidays... Meaning, Its hard to date but easy to hook up. Haha, kinda on a breather from the "hooking up" thing. And I'm tired of my own bar scene. How is that? You can usually find me out with friends, or at home cookin' up a meal for 6, though it might only be me(got a smallish problem with portion control). I enjoy my personal time though, reading, writing, a game of one man musical chairs... Im usually the first one of my friends to pass out, and its because I am the only one of them that has a normal 9 to 5, and I like to maintain some consistency during the week. The only down side is I am the one that gets pranked... constantly! Even at 30. My friends are great!
I love a great spirit, paired with good food.
I've DJ'ed for 10 years
I enjoy my dog(English Bulldog named Fiona)
Play piano, guitar, drums, and a mean kazoo
Live near the beach in LB
I built my own motorcycle, just to sell it 6 months later because I want to build another.
Surfing, and most water sports are my thing
Active life style's are a plus
Enjoy making new friends
I walk or ride a bike everywhere, and if i cant... the destination probably isn't worth the gas money
I love classic european cars(any decade)
I speak Tagalog, If you don't know what country's language that is...
I shoot guns on the regular, its kinda like sex.
My major was rhetoric, now I spend my time convincing people to buy booze.
Beer pong or wine, tank top or suit and tie, thats my week in a nut shell.
If you have made it this far then BRAVO, my "about me" section is an assortment of personal facts and ramblings. Thats not who I am.
I live a pretty rough and tumble life, can you hang?
I looking for someone who complements me, not necessarily someone with all the same interest. I don't want to date myself.
Leave your pretentiousness at the door, please!
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