I have decided to rewrite my profile. Partly because I am bored and partly because I recently moved to Columbus for an internship and thought I should update it. I tend to be described as strong, passionate about EVERYTHING, loyal and demanding (Why lie?). I demand what I give.
Before I continue, I feel I need to say that I have a strange sense of humor. I tend to say the worst possible thing and this has caused me to run into some problems. I take for granted that people who are not familiar with my sense of humor may take me seriously.
I would love to say I am working on this; but, I am not. I am who I am. I may make mistakes or achieve great triumphs; but there is usually a "Me" shaped whole left in the room either way.
I want someone masculine. I know EVERYONE says that. But, I am masculine and I have tried the fems and it just isn’t my thing. No loss of love for them or discrimination against them. It just isn’t for me.
I want someone happy. I want someone who can turn heads when they walk into a bar; but, will smile when you take a picture. (I’m talking big cheesy grin.)
I want someone who laughs a lot and doesn’t think that having a bad attitude makes you tough. I want someone who can make me laugh and then make me want to rip their clothes off. (While I am “on the subject” I want someone who knows how to use “their” and “there” correctly.)
I want someone who reads for fun; but, can wrestle the remote from me if need be. I want someone who, even if the outside world thinks they are a big ol’ tough guy, will call me at 2am if they need me. I want someone who WANTS to see A Nightmare on Elm Street and any given Die Hard sequel; but, also enjoyed the movies Memento and Igby Goes Down.
If you got this far, this seems like a long list; but, you don’t have to be everything. I am hoping, the manner in which I described my guy will help someone get to know me. That is usually the section in others’ profiles that reveals the most about them to me.
2) My family.
4) A sardonic friend.
5) Some kind of guilty pleasure television show where a woman uses karate at least once an episode.
6) Mental connection on a regular basis.