My background/life has been far from conventional thus far, but I feel this makes me an ideal person to live in 'Murica.
I also understand this is out of alignment with the vast majority of people, buy hey, we might learn something from each other :)
I've also been told I could be a character in a romance novel -- not the vapid, Fabio stereotype, but the guy who understands the heroine and is thus worthy of her affections..
Working on a new story: Winnie the Pooh and the Redneck Christmas. Complications arise when Pooh eats all the honey that was meant for the honey baked ham. Bobby Joe runs out of Natural Ice Lite and tries to put out meth laced cigarettes on Piglet when he discovers there's no Mountain Dew left either.
Being resourceful/rolling with the punches
Navigating a power driven vessel safely
Patara lamb shanks with saffron risotto and poached asparagus followed by flourless chocolate cake with seasonal berries
Shropshire venison loin with creamy potato puree and steamed broccoli florets followed by honey and pistaccio cheesecake with seasonal berries
Yes, you may eat my my desert.
I have an Australian accent
I have manners/am considerate of others
You won't need to call security
Better Call Saul
Being John Malkovich
Films about con men/grifters
Thai, Korean, Chinese, Japanese, Mexican food
SF Giants & 49ers
Sydney Swans & Canberra Raiders
access to a beach
toothbrush, shoes, and underpants
How regardless of your character or intent, you're always the villain in someone else's story..
You want to add to your laugh lines :)
I tend to get along well with other immigrants. There's nothing like bonding over 'how I got my greencard' stories.