I am 100% single with no kids and there are no ex’s lurking in the shadows waiting to cause drama. I’m a pretty down to earth guy with a sometimes very dark and sarcastic sense of humor. I prefer the grey edges rather than the silver linings. But while I do like to try and find humor in the situations that life presents, I would never do so at the expense of somebody else’s feelings. I am a huge believer in chemistry. Sometimes two people can have an hour long conversation and it’s like you have known them for years. On the other hand you can be acquainted with somebody for years and never really know who they are. It’s strange how that works but it’s also fantastic when it goes well.
I love to go on daytrips and weekend getaways. Though being single makes that a little more difficult and less enjoyable. Concerts, local landmarks, parks and attractions, urban exploring, (L.A. has a lot of simple hidden gems to explore), fairs & festivals or whatever else I am usually down to try. However, everybody seems to be so “spontaneous” drop everything at a moment’s notice and drive away for the day. Me, not so much, plans are certainly appreciated. Can a brotha get a days notice and a rough itinerary please? Sorry, I’m a typical cancer. That being said, staying home with a couple of good movies and a cocktail is just always awesome.
My immediate family is small so there won’t be any huge family picnics or trips to the beach. I’m a pretty normal guy with a pretty normal job looking to meet a normal girl.
So let’s do something, I’m open to anything right off the bat. Coffee, a couple drinks, lunch, dinner, a walk downtown and the frozen desert of your choice, whatever you like. I’m pretty easy to please, usually a good conversation is all I need.
Would be amazing if you were already a LA Kings hockey fan. If not hopefully you would be interested in taking in a live game sometime. After that, you'll be hooked!
All kinds of movies, good movies; One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, Se7en, Apocopypse Now, Sidways. Have a soft spot for documentaries. Educational TV has plummeted to appalling depths.
Music; Black Sabbath, Tool, Rancid, Bowie, Psychedelic Furs, you get the idea.
Lets do sushi.