I'm just going to get this out of the way. If you literally say "literally", literally every other word, I literally want to literally tear your face off. There is literally absolutely nothing figurative about that.
Similarly, you self-descriptive paradoxical cliches do nothing for me. Simple/complex, passionate/driven. Everyone says the same thing. If you're full of crap, at least differentiate your brand.
As an extremely active individual, I find it rather difficult to spend time with things which keep me from moving. I am not shy about sweating, doing burpees, or cycling through equipment at the gym. I ride mountain bike, and have been riding, jumping, and tearing around on bikes constantly since the age of 12. I like participating in sports in general. Snowboarding is a major passion of mine. Mountains and oceans alike have a magical draw on my being.
I am also not shy about making an ass of myself for my friends. Karaoke, dance offs, corny jokes...whatever whenever wherever.
L.A., I'm inside you. Let's adventure.
The internet. I have a nack for finding the best of the worst of. Here is an example that may hit close to home:
Are Chiquita bananas actually genetically superior to Dole, or is it just the clever stickers that adorn them which make them taste so much better? They DO taste better.
Why is it I hate the word "nowadays"? ...Nails meet chalkboard. There are a lot of grammatical -things- that irritate me. If you can't proof-read your own text messages, I don't understand how you've been successful this far and you're not going to get far with me.
I am taking a busy fast. "Busy" is not as virtuous as one might think. Busy does not equal productive. "Busy" is an excuse and a symptom of poor time management.
Then there are the adventure weekends which involve any of the following: beaching, biking, camping, canoeing, cooking, hiking, snowboarding...doing, living, being.
--Super swoon for overhead oly bars. <3 <3
Two: I am a better cook than you. Seriously.
Three: While I appreciate glasses, and the women bold enough to wear them, "transitions" lenses freak me out.
Four: I blab about myself, my life, my hobbies, my interests when I'm nervous. I promise it's not an ego thing. Take it as a compliment.
...You have an adventurous spirit.
...You live your life with effervescent positivity.
...You take care of yourself mentally and physically.
...You like what you've read...if you've read. This somehow evolved into a diatribe. I don't care if you disagree with everything I've written. If you read every word message me. Even if only to tell me I'm an arrogant self-centered prick.
...You have a strong internal drive to be able to keep pace with someone as active as me. When I'm working, I'm further cementing my passive income. When I'm not doing that, I'm in the gym (Pro-tip: work out with me...). When I'm not in the gym, I'm outside being active(Pro-tip 2: hiking, biking, snow sports, beach fun, urban and rural exploration are all part and parcel). When I'm not doing that, I'm tinkering with something containing a motor (recently my motorcycle-you should want to ride with me). And if you checked all those places and still haven't found me, I MAY be enjoying a nice hot cup of Joe or a frosty adult beverage.