Ah the infamous self summary. Describe yourself in a few sentences. Easy, right? haha
Passionate. Affectionate. Love a good adrenaline rush (so a major roller coaster fan). Love silly humor, and telling puns. Enjoy celebrating the holidays throughout the year. My decor style tends to be a bit rustic and I love antiques, which might be related to my passion for history. Enjoy a good night in, as much as going out.
I'm looking for a great partner in crime. Someone who's fun to talk to, but also nice to spend quiet time with; who's in to doing fun Halloween stuff, up for wandering drives through the country side, going to concerts, hiking a trail, climbing a mountain, kissing under a waterfall, or just relaxing at home curled up together on the couch.
I'm trying to level up, what else would one do?
Always on a quest to learn things, whether new skills or just new information. Above all, trying to have fun.
Driving, especially in adverse weather (at least if the people around here are any indication). Can cook pretty decently too (if I do say so myself). I also like to work on cars.
There's more, but we can't put everything in the profiles. ;)
Movies: So many! I'll just mention a few (in NO particular order) - History of the World, Hitchhikers' Guide, Snatch, Blues Brothers, most Marx Brothers movies (positively hilarious!), Jacki Chan movies, James Bond, Pirates of the Caribbean (series), Sherlock Holmes (series), Iron Man (series), Ghost Rider, Chris Nolan's Batman (a lot of other superhero movies too, come to think of it), Lord of the Rings... I could go on for days trying to think of them all. :)
TV: Top Gear (UK, the original), Doctor Who, South Park, Futurama, Tosh.0, Inside Amy Schumer, Naked and Afraid, The Universe, Yard Crashers, Indoors Out, Bar Rescue, Modern Marvels, Fast 'n Loud, Wheeler Dealers, America's Secret Slang, Mysteries at the Museum, Brew Dogs, DareDevil, The Curse of Oak Island, and lots of assorted History, Science and comedy specials.
Music: A bit all over the place here, obscure to well known, and most styles. To name a few in no order - Luke Bryan, Dio, The Rippingtons, Delerium, Nightwish, Front Line Assembly, Conjure 1, Jason Aldean, Iced Earth, The Pirates Charles, Juno Reactor, Epica, ZZ Top, Halestorm, George Thorogood, Lindsey Stirling, Fear Factory, Switchblade Symphony, Steel Panther, Weird Al, Sabaton, Devo.... Would take ages to list everything. I listen to the radio a lot too, and YouTube and Pandora, surfing for a mix, including dance and pop music. Two Steps From Hell and Immediate make for excellent workout music. New find: The Dead South
When it comes to Food, I like a variety of things - love sushi and sashimi and seafood in general, chicken, steak, Chinese, and Italian; also cheese steaks, burgers, etc. as well. Not quite "a little of everything", but I would say a lot of different things.
- Good company and humor
- Good music
- Good food and drink
- A stylish blade (and means to sharpen it); even in modern society, a man needs a sharp blade, and wrenches, gotta have wrenches.
- The sound and feel of a V8
(and sunscreen - much as I love sunny weather, being Irish/German it's not good for me)
Why do so many say 'nerd' when they really mean 'geek'?
As I watch America's Secret Slang, Watters World, and more, I can't help but wonder why so many people seem so lost on such basic things. What happened?
How much it sucks that townships allow mass deforestation to go on, followed by overcrowding (insult to injury being that it's just so that they can get more in taxes).
Why do people talk about "super foods"? Super how and as compared to what? It's just proper food. Mayhaps we've lost sight of what food really is...
Why is everything a "trick" (or "weird trick") or a "hack" these days (even though it's almost never any of the above)?
I've always wanted a Viking-style Great Hall (aka Mead Hall). Or the room the Pirate Kings held court in in PoTC 3 would work too.
Let's go do something fun, be it grabbing a beer, or going for an aimless drive through the country checking out the scenery.