- Easy going and level-headed
- Upbeat and able to laught at anything
- Open-minded and non-judgmental
- Intelligent and a bit nerdy
- Love science and technology
- Enjoy video games and board games
I highly value honesty, being understanding of others, and open upfront communication. I'm also an open book and enjoy answering questions, so if you want to know anything, feel free to ask away, no topic is off limits. Also note that I'm fairly introverted, so I need some alone time to recharge my social batteries.
I'm an independent person with a fairly busy life. I'm just doing my best to have fun with my free time, live in the moment, and enjoy life to the fullest. I'm not looking for my other half to complete me, I'm looking for another whole person to enhance my life.
- Rocking out on the drums on Rock Band.
- I'm very logical and have a photographic memory.
- I have a green thumb and have tons of house plants.
- I like cuddling and I'm told I give great hugs.
- I'm a good listener and can offer level-headed advice.
- You can always tell me anything and it won't upset or shock me.
- I'm very empathetic and generally make people feel comfortable.
I try to read a bit before bed every night. I mainly read sci-fi/fantasy books. I recently finished the Wheel of Time series, and am currently trying to decide on my next big read, care to suggest something?
It's pretty hard to pick any favorites because I tend to like all kinds of movies and its very rare that I actually dislike a movie. I usually find at least some entertainment from them no matter how bad they are. If I had to name a few favorites: All of the Marvel movies, the Lord of the Rings, Star Wars, any Pixar movie, Interstellar, Inception, Memento (or anything mind-bending or with at twist), 40 Year Old Virgin, 10 Things I Hate About You, Dogma (or any Kevin Smith movie), ... the list goes on.
I don't watch normal TV at all, can't stand the commercials, but I do catch up on shows via Netflix. I've been watching Big Bang Theory, The Walking Dead, and Supernatural recently. I have way too many series to catch up on.
I'll listen to just about anything and can appreciate most genres on some level, especially anything that is musically beautiful. But by far my favorite genre would be Rock (all types from the classic rock I grew up with via my parents, to more modern hard rock). I love music and if I'm in my car I'm definitely singing along. Some fav modern bands: 3 Doors Down, Breaking Benjamin, Default, Foo Fighters, Offspring, Puddle of Mudd, Rise Against, Seether, Shinedown, Staind, Three Days Grace. If I tried to list fav classic rock bands the list would be way too long, and don't even try to ask me what my fav song is, that's impossible.
I eat pretty much anything. There's very little I don't like or am unwilling to try. Italian, Chinese, Mexican, American, sushi, whatever. I even like vegetarian/vegan food and admire people who have the dedication to live like that. I drink Soylent for my breakfasts and some lunches when I can't get a break at work, I love how convenient and simple it is.
Of course some more obvious literal answers would be: food, water, air, gravity, the earth, and the sun.
Or the more ridiculously necessary blood, skin, bones, muscles, ligaments, and organs.
But what about more intangible things like logical thinking, being open minded, being understanding of others, the concept of time, random ponderings, and knowing you have friends that care about you?
Oh and I don't usually do this on a Friday night necessarily, but I enjoy walking through the Arb (reminds me of growing up in the U.P.), you should ask me to join you for a scenic stroll sometime (depending on the weather of course).