Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
I am currently in the Army stationed here in the DC/metro area. I'm
kind of a man's man. Hopefully this doesn't come across as
being****, but I'm the person many of my soldiers come to to learn
more about being a man. I help educate them on the basics, how to
drive a manual, how to properly dress in different situations,
proper workouts for attaining their personal goals. Basically
whatever it takes to be a proper respectable modern male, but I
still attempt to teach them some slightly more traditional manners
that seem to be overlooked by many these days. I'm personally into
sports and avidly workout daily. I love to run and lift weights as
well as spend time outdoor(if you're familiar with the gym and/or
enjoy running extra points for you). I'm a huge fan of movies
either out in the theaters or cuddled up with someone just enjoying
each others company. I'm a huge art and history fan. I love the
museums that I've visited since I've been here, and hope to be able
to see more of them and enjoy the ones I've been unable to. I love
country music and rock, but can enjoy all genres; just preferable
not hardcore ghetto rap. I love to laugh so I try to watch some
comedy everyday to help keep my spirits uplifted as everyone deals
with tough days differently, but if you can find a way to laugh at
the end of the day then hopefully you can awaken to a better
tomorrow than if you just stew I've the bad things. I was raised
southern traditional and as such I will call you ma'am. I apologize
in advance if this may be bothersome, just know that for me it's
nearly a sign of respect and has nothing to do with age. I try to
respond to 5 year old girls and 50 year old women with the same
respect that should be bestowed upon them. I also apologize if this
may be perceived as male chovenism but I believe each person
deserves respect, and the way that men show respect amongst one
another is very different than the way they should treat women.
Honestly, loyalty, and respect are all extremely important to me.
They are the basis of trust, and without trust a relationship is
ultimately doomed. I've been told many times that I'm too nice as
well as a little too timid and shy around women at first, but once
I'm comfortable around someone I'm open to making a fool of myself,
sadly many of the shenanigans pulled, I will be the only sober
person around. I hope this gives you a brief insight into my
personal character and if you have any questions please feel free
to ask as I'm an open book. I hope you have a truly wonderful
day/evening/night depending upon when you may be reading this. Also
thank you for having taken the time to read all the way through
The first things people usually notice about me
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The first thing that people usually notice about me would probably
have to to be my baby blues or my arms. Which thankfully happen to
be my two favorite features about myself.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
1) Honor, Integrity, Personal Courage, Selflessness; basically
everything necessary to be a truly good person.
2) Somewhere to workout powerlift, crossfit, and
3) Music preferably country unless I'm working out then metal or
4) Cows because when cooked up they can be so tasty. Steaks,
5) Comedy such as stand-up or just funny movies, anything that
makes me laugh and smile
6) Someone to share the first 5 with because without someone there
the others just seem to be a little less meaningful.
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