My sudden cravings for adventure has led to multiple outcomes including but not limited to; Laughter, Good times, An engagement made with washers stolen from the bolts of a statue, ruined white undershirts, tree climbing, breaking into forts, exploring abandoned facilities, skinny dipping in the public pools of beach side gated communities(without a life guard!), rekindling old flames on the beach (literally not mentally, metaphorically, or emotionally), 13 Stitches (and unpaid hospital bills, take that Knollwood Infirmary!), empty bottles of Jack, Sunrises mostly obscured by clouds, picking cotton out a strangers farm, seeking shelter from rain, playing in rain, and romancing.
I can run for miles so if we every get approached by someone you know get ready for an awkward situation.
My second passion would be stabbing people, not with knives, but with swords. No, I'm not one of those guys who buy swords at a flea market, but one of those Olympic styled fencing suave motherfucks in Knee high nickers and a mask that makes you think I'm man enough to mess with wasp. Michal Phelps swam fast and he was a national hero. I stab people of different nationalities while chanting "USA!" at the top of my lungs. Now who's your hero?
Music every other thing on this page involves me bringing up music. I have a small record collection I've been throwing together along with an extensive collection of music I've borrowed from the internet for an indefinite period of time for personal study. I have no distinct favorite when it comes to what I listen too, I would say my favorite artist was myself, not because I'm cocky, but because I'm sure of my self, and kind of cocky. Music genres that interest me the most are Jazz, classical, Baroque, funk, pop, rock, indie, ska, and well I could go on but I'd rather post sounds that I like to make it more interesting; a crackling fire, coffee brewing, train sounds, movie dinosaur sounds (especially the pterodactyl), splashing, dropping a ripe tomato, squeaky chalk, and sizzling bacon.
New places to explore for when I've exhausted all of my usual.