My name is Jonathan or Jon (no preference). After spending pretty much my entire life in Philly, I moved to NYC in 2014 for a job. Lived in Brooklyn for two years and just recently moved to Hell's Kitchen; enjoying being able to walk to work. I'm a go-with-the flow kind of guy. I like being outdoors, which is hard when you live in the city without a car, but I try and make do (read: I'm failing). I love traveling and exploring, and am always looking for new suggestions of places to visit. I'm a huge extrovert and really enjoy meeting new people. I'm also really sarcastic and make inappropriate comments so you've been warned.
Aside from work, I'm enjoying NYC but I've been here for over two years and still feel like I have no idea what's going on so definitely trying to explore more. Currently seeking ideas/suggestions/guides.
Movies: For better or worse (mostly worse), I enjoy most movies. Unless it's horror because then I'll scream and cover my eyes like a small child, which is super embarrassing. It's probably for the best if we just avoid that all together.
TV: I watch a lot of crappy shows, which will require at least several drinks in me before I start admitting them.
Music: My dad took me to my first concert. It was Pink Floyd. I was 6. Since then I've seen an eclectic mix of shows and listen to a wide range of music. I like being introduced to new music and am pretty open-minded.
Food: I will eat almost anything. Except avacados. I don't understand how I'm the only one who isn't a fan, but you're welcome to try and convince me otherwise. This also includes guac, which I'm sure is a make-or-break for some people. Sorry.
My contacts (think I'm legally blind without them)
And because six is a random number, I'm adding a seventh: my iPhone. But that's because I like listening to music when I walk. And I walk a lot.
I also own WAY too many socks and underwear. Seriously, it's a bit ridiculous.