I enjoy a lot of the simple little things in life, and it is not hard to make me smile or laugh. I have my up days and down days like anybody, but no matter what I still tend to be an optimist. I can find a way to get interested in just about anything (with the exception of Organic Chemistry... if you've taken it you probably understand), from music, to sports, to art, science, theater, psychology, to pretty much anything you can think of. I am very much a people person, though as I get older, I do appreciate my alone time more and more. I love to travel, and would love to do a lot more of it than I've gotten the chance to do thus far. I am a pretty difficult person not to get along with, and I can usually find at least some common ground that we share. I am always looking for new experiences, and will typically try anything at least once.
As for what I'm looking for on here... I mean, yeah, obviously it would be great to have the good fortune to stumble upon the love of my life and live happily ever after, etc. But, basically I am just looking to find really fun and interesting people that can add something to the richness of my life experiences, and for whom I can do the same. That could be as friends, as something more than friends, as activity partners (ha, we could even go hit up some karaoke or something, lol). Like I said, I like people, and I enjoy making new friends.
By the way, I just put the "very serious about agnosticism" thing over there because I think it's pretty funny to think of how someone could really be all that serious about agnosticism... Oh, and my response on body type is also sarcastic. But even if I DID fit the description of being "Jacked", I sure hope I wouldn't refer to myself as such.
I am Adventurous, Quick-Witted, and Curious
Aside from that, just the usual- trying to better myself in any way that I can, trying to find interesting new experiences, and trying to find good relationships with great people that will be fulfilling and rewarding for all parties involved.
Just getting back into running again after having to lay off for a good while due to a knee injury. Also branching into multi-sport. I just signed for the 2016 NYC Triathlon, which I'm pretty excited about. Hoping to do my first 70.3 by late fall.
Currently Reading: Slaughterhouse Five and The Hobbit
I pretty much like movies in general. I like silly comedies, heavy dramas, intellectual documentaries, tongue in cheek mockumentaries, yes, even chick flicks... anything that's either done well enough to appreciate or so poorly that it's funny. My favorite movies are ones that combine a number of elements and are able to make you laugh, cry, think, learn, and sometimes even change all in one. A few I consider classics: Monty Python and the Holy Grail, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Good Will Hunting, Silence of the Lambs, Charade, Empire Records, Stranger Than Fiction, True Lies, Amelie, Anchorman, The Cutting Edge (I know, but I love it), The Shawshank Redemption, Magnolia, The Incredibles, Memento, The Princess Bride... the list definitely goes on, but I'll stop there.
Ha, I've realized that I tend, for whatever reason to like TV shows with one word titles... House, Psych, Dexter, Weeds, Scrubs, Castle, Bones, Community, etc. There are many with more than one word too, though. And ya gotta love The Daily Show.
I like any music that makes me feel. Makes me feel happy, sad, whimsical, empowered, reflective, feel the need to get up and dance, feel the need to sing along- to me that's the whole point of music: feeling. I like rock, jazz, latin, classical, oldies, some hip hop, a little rap, funk, blues, some indie/emo, singer songwriter. I'm pretty much up for anything. I recently acquired a record player/record collection, and I'm loving it. And I would definitely take any suggestions anybody has on good venues that I should check out now that I'm in OKC.
I love the experience that dining can be. The familiarity and home feeling of going to an old hang out and getting your favorite dish. Or having new dining experiences and finding great new places to go; whether that be an old dive or a posh new place. I miss having friends around that like to go out for sushi (I don't know why people are so scared of it, but to each his own I suppose). Predictable as this is becoming, again, I guess I'm up for most anything.
And of course the normal things, like where will I be in a few years, and who will be in my life, and how do I meet all the goals I have for myself, but not overdue it by trying to reach them all at once.