In my 30's now I've been through many stages in my life, very few of them good or easy. I am now finally settled.
After years of frustration and wondering what was wrong with me and relationships I finally realised that the notion of ownership was putting me off. It is absurd to believe that you own a person and create rules and borders on what they can do, when they can do it and with who. That invisible leash on each other's neck is what makes people take the situation for granted, let go and stop caring. Being entirely free at all times keeps you on your toes. Makes you realise every day how lucky you are that the people who love you, still stick with you because they chose to, not because they "have" to.
Figuring out the next step up the climbing wall called Life.
maybe some chains too.
My music is mostly Metal but not limited to that. Bands I listen to a LOT lately, Amon Amarth, Eluveitie, Primordial, Monster Magnet, Kyuss, Clutch, In Flames, Arch Enemy, Running Wild.
Let me write a few of my favorite games too: Mass effect, Baldur's Gate, Vampire the Masquerade: Bloodlines, Guildwars 2, Diablo, Elder Scrolls franchise, The Witcher, The Binding of Isaac, Need for Speed: Underground 2, Rocket League, X-Com...(will update with more as soon as my brain co-operates)
Cheese. In/on anything...
Give me a cheese variety platter and a good selection of tasty beers and I'm the happiest man alive.
With no particular order.
A Lab or a Golden retriever?
Why people make relationships (and life) more complicated than they really are.
Also if you know of any good metal clubs or pubs and you'd like to take me there. Or show me any other interesting place you've found in this city.