Oooooh, me time! So, let's try to make this exciting (cue explosions...followed by crickets chirping). Enough of that, now. About me: I'm a bit of a nerd with a few bits of awesome stuff mixed in. I've got long, brown hair and ocean blue eyes. I'm a bit of a hard rocker, depending on my mood, but I also dig Bing Crosby. I'm pretty straightforward, crave random knowledge, love getting to figure out how different people work, and I'm very open. With that said, I must mention that I'm a polygamist. NO, not the creepy religious zealot kind. I just see myself as a very stubborn, intelligent individual who could benefit from a few loving guides, if you will. I don't do polyamory, and am fully committed to those I'm with. I'm not dating to compare. I'm really here to find strong, fun female friends, but if something more develops then so be it. Before you think me crazy, let me share the benefits to this knowledge: 1. You know I'm not actively trying to get in your pants because I already have a girlfriend. 2. You know that I'm very approachable and honest because (seriously) what person would try to get into your good graces by admitting to being something that a good chunk of people frown upon? 3. Finally, you know that I'm not some religious nut about it because I wouldn't be on here, I'd be in a cult. If you have literally any questions about this at all, just ask. I'm always up for clarifying. Now, as Freddie Mercury once said, "The show must go on!"
On a quick side note: if you see I viewed your profile but didn't message you, it does not always mean I didn't want to. If I see you're only looking for single people and are strictly monogamous, I'll generally avoid messaging you even if I think you're pretty amazing. You are, of course, free to message me if you think we will get along as well. :) As one final caveat here, I'm also a Dom who isn't a stranger to the bdsm community. I am not trying to recruit anyone or convince anyone to try it. I'm simply stating that if that's something you're into, I'm not opposed.
What I’m doing with my life
Learning the reality behind the phrase, "the best laid plans of mice and men oft' go awry." Plus I'm a writer so I'm also currently working on finishing my first big novel, which is far easier said than done.
I’m really good at
Making people laugh, especially at themselves, and smile. I'm a pretty decent writer, and I'm a master at reading people from the barest of clues, both social and physical.
The first things people usually notice about me
This is an odd question since I'm not too sure. It really depends on how people first meet me. I guess the fact I have long hair is probably one of the first things, at least, or my blue eyes.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I love fiction. The wheel of time series and the chronicles of the black company are some of my favorite books.
Music, I listen to mostly 80's music. I'm also a bit of a metal head, though I don't listen to "screamo", and there's a difference. I also kind of have a thing for 50's music. The ink splots, Bing Crosby, etc. Not a big fan of rap unless we're talking about ERB (no clue? Check YouTube).
Food: three rules with me. 1. I don't eat salads... , 2. I don't eat anything raw except the occasional vegetable, 3. I despise mayonnaise and anything it's mixed into with a burning passion.
Tv: Bar rescue is my guilty pleasure. John Taffer is my hero! I also love the big bang theory. I'm also a little bit of an anime junkie depending on my mood. (Considering I go to anime conventions every year, I suppose that last sentence is a bit of an understatement.)
Movies can be summed up pretty easily. I will pretty much watch anything as long as the main plot does not revolve around a relationship or "dancing". Don't get me wrong, Pride and Prejudice was a great story, as was Romeo and Juliet. That being said, Pride and Prejudice as a movie lasts far too long (regardless of which version you're watching) and the whole forbidden love thing from Romeo and Juliet is starting to be far too overplayed.
The six things I could never do without
1 - Mexican food. Seriously.
2 - books.
3 - my computer, without which I wouldn't be able to type my works.
4 - my family. No matter how far away they may be, we always look out for each other.
5 - my mind for very obvious reasons.
6 - my truck. I think it's obvious why most people require transportation. :P
I spend a lot of time thinking about
The world. The idea that time is relative. Chocolate milk. How people who claim to be English majors fail to know that the word "wherefore" actually means "why" and not "where". Why it is that people on here actually believe that drinking every day makes them "fun". Why people on here say they never use drugs, then in their questions talk about how they often smoke marijuana. O.o not to mention how it is that most people don't actually understand what a dive bar actually is and why they shouldn't be excited to end up at one. -.-
On a typical Friday night I am
The same thing we do every night, pinky. Try to take over the world!
Honestly, though? If I'm not working then I'm usually helping out with whatever side projects people have going on, or helping to keep things organized for sales at conventions, or a list of other random things really.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I'm deathly afraid of heights. So, yeah, I don't do roller-coasters or things of that nature because I will literally have a panic attack.
You should message me if
Your interested in going to a convention with my group (it does change members depending on the time of year, but I plan everything out so I'm the guy with all the info for it).
You want to laugh about everything. I guarantee laughter for everyone. Or if you are genuinely interested. I'm usually surprised when women take the initiative on here, which isn't a bad thing. Or if you're just looking for random conversation. I'm pretty good about that. :P
Also, if you know the answer to this riddle I will gladly talk to you: "There are two brothers. Each stands in front of a door, one on the right and one on the left. You know that one door leads to salvation, the other to your doom. You also know that one brother always lies while the other always tells the truth, yet you don't know which brother is which. They tell you that you can ask them only one question together before you must choose a door. What question do you ask and which door do you take?"