Who cares? Not you, right?
Just know: never married, no kids and go straight to the photos.
But if you do care, here's a long winded breakdown; *Takes a deep breath*
I assure you that I am an interesting and passionate man who has a quick laugh and an easy smile.
You're reading the profile of confidently humble man filled with gratitude for the life and experiences that he's been blessed to have.
I think I've had more fun in some years than most people get to have in a lifetime.
I have a black belt in not sweating the small stuff.
I understand that life should be a source of experience to be lived up to, not survived through.
I'm a pragmatic liberal.
I'm straight but not narrow.
I love dreamers and cynics and Amsterdam.
I actually prefer nice hostels to hotels.
I'm usually one of the last people to leave your fun dinner party because we lost track of time gabbing the night away.
I prefer the after party backwash hang out than the party itself.
I feel most at home in honest moments (see after party).
I believe we all have our heads in the gutter. But some of us are looking up to the stars.
I bless strangers when they sneeze even if they are across the room.
I have a man sized ego that is readily kept in check by the ability to laugh at myself. And I laugh hard.
I'm nice to strangers.
I hold doors open for people
I rerack my own weights at the gym, and sometimes even the other guy's too.
I have a sense of curiosity that is positively feline in nature.
I talk to every cab driver I get and ask them about their life unless they have a stoma in their voice box and they need one of them cancer kazoos to talk (this was my last cabbie).
I look at encounters with other people like encountering a fellow explorer and asking about what they have learned and explored. That means I'm going to read entire your profile, journal, and public questions just to satisfy my curiosity about the personality that goes with your picture. Maybe even have a daydream about what it would be like to be in your close circle of people or partnered to you. It comes with my inquisitive nature.
I want to find out all about you and get in your head and stretch out, ease the seat back, put my feet up and just soak up the ambience.
I have a sailor's heart.
I want to travel everywhere and when I get there I want to find all the sights and dive bars so I can show them to you when we go there together someday. So far I've lived a couple of years in Spain and a year in London and several months bouncing around to here and there with a backpack. Ideally I'd like to live in a place for about 2 years before I move on like Berlin, Paris, San Fran, Sydney, Byron Bay and Nimbin, Christiana Denmark, Goa, Barcelona, NYC, the list goes on. However the countries who's cultures are inherently misogynistic I'll skip. I don't go for the marginalizing of 50% of a population. Besides the feminine part is usually the best part:)
Unfortunately I think I'll need another 100 years of life to do all this traveling/experiencing that I want to do. This whole mortality thing has got me bummed. I wish we'd all live as long as jellyfish.
I have a fascination with counter culture and neo-societal endeavors however naive they tend to be. For without these how will humanity ever find a better system than we have now?
When entering a bookstore, I usually make a bee-line for the Sociology section, then Sexuality. However I've sworn off buying new books on these subjects until I've read all the ones I own.
I have a love for all animals and I feel a heavy hearted melancholy every time I drive past road kill on the biways. I generally don't agree with hunting. In fact all my rotten produce gets donated to a wild possum living in a near by thicket in my backyard.
*this endeavor had a twist though*
I often feel like I was born in the wrong time period. I should've been born sometime in the future time after World War III, where humanity is freed from oligarch control and all of planet earth has an egalitarian Bill of Human Rights. Where we universally recognize the inherent dangerous insanity of unyielding fundamental religious dogma. Hopefully then society will have progressed to the point where sexuality and sensuality are acknowledged to have nothing to with morality.
I think baseball is the most boring sport in the world after golf and cricket.
I have no interest in watching sports unless it's sudden death overtime or the end of championship game that's close. Something's got to be at stake for my interest to be spiked. However, going to a baseball game with friends and having a drink and rooting together: I'm all over that.
In Spanish I'd be called a "vivador"...not to be confused with a "vibrador".
I don't know.... we are all just made of star stuff as we all harvest starlight....I am who I am...(rap star voice) I got more facets than a 30 sided die, y'all.
I am libertine, intelligent, and an Iconoclast