skysurfer2010
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My self-summary
As you grow older you think you know what you want in a person to date and what you don't want. You'd think this should make dating easier but in reality maybe it makes it harder. When you're young you're more open minded since you're still figuring out what you want in a partner. Or maybe you don't want a partner at all. Someone simply to share a dinner with and to learn about different life experiences is enough for then. Yet as we grow older and see our friends settle down you think you're just refusing to settle. Or maybe you've had your heart broken a couple of times and maybe broken a few as well so now you think you're more seasoned and know what you're doing. But I can't help to wonder if it would be settling or would it be mature to realize that the perfect match doesn't exist? Because you're not perfect either. Is it better to accept ones faults and learn to appreciate them for the good they have to offer? Or is it better to hold off for the one that makes you think you could spend the rest of your life with them? The only thing I do know is that I don't know and I don't want to spend a lifetime wondering. Maybe as we grow older it isn't that we know what we want and what we don't. Maybe it's that we get stubborn in thinking we know and we become jaded in what we don't.

I'd like to find my partner in crime. Someone to build something meaningful with. Someone that likes an equal amount of nights in and out. I like bar hopping with friends, but honestly it's starting to get old. I'd love to find an awesome cuddler to spend Netflix nights in with.

I'deally I'd like to move to a beach area one day but keep the city house for a retreat. I love being in/ around water. I have a boat and am getting into sup surfing also. I have a motorcycle and also love to longboard skateboard. None of these interests bode well in the city! I'd love to find someone that is into boating, motorcycles, or surfing and skating. I hate the winter but the hot tub keeps me sane :)
What I’m doing with my life
I've spent a lot of time focusing on my career and it's paid off. I'm currently a Captain for an airline. I love my career and it's something I worked very hard for.

When I set a goal in life I give it my all to attain it. If it doesn't work out then I can at least know it's not from a lack of trying. Now I'd like to focus on finding my partner in crime that wants to build a future.
The first things people usually notice about me
People that don't know me often think I'm standoffish. I have social anxiety and when I'm around a group of people I don't know I get kinda quiet. Thank god for liquor!
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books:
Love to read...

A Game of Thrones by George RR Martin, Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins, 11/22/63 by Stephen King, The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini, A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess, Angels and Demons by Dan Brown, Company Man by Joseph Finder, The Soccer Field is Empty by Matt A. Roeder, Desperation by Stephen King, The Front Runner by Patricia Nell Warren, Utopia by Lincoln Child, Paranoia by Joseph Finder, The Relic by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child... just to name a few...

Movies:
I'm very easily entertained, but I love paranormal/ horror type stuff...

TV:
#1- American Horror Story (nothing else can even come close to being as awesome!), House of Cards, Hemlock Grove, Weeds, South Park, American Dad, The Walking Dead, Breaking Bad, Dexter, Greys Anatomy

Saw, Saw 2, The Hostel, Signs, American History X, Silence of the Lambs, The Aviator, K-Pax, Superbad, Nick and Nora's Infinite Playlist, Catch me if you Can, Pushing Tin, The Exorcist, The Exorcism of Emily Rose, The Haunting of Connecticut, Poltergeist, Constantine, Crash, Paranormal Activity

Music:
I love alternative/ punk/ ska/ rock etc. type of music, but I also love "chill" music, too...

Dashboad Confessionals, Jason Mraz, Parachute, Sublime, Nirvana, Minus the Bear, MAE, Something Corporate, Modest Mouse, Catch 22, Less than Jake, Dawn of the Dude, Green Day, Dave Matthews, Taking Back Sunday, Jack Johnson, Nine Inch Nails, Owl City...

Food:
Not very picky...

Large portions to fulfill my inner fat kid! Favs would be Italian, Chinese, thai, and steaks. Can't go wrong with a nice big piece of red meat! :)
Six things I could never do without
The only things I couldn't live without would be family and friends. The rest in life are just added bonuses.

If I had to choose 6 materialistic things I'd hate to live without:

- My boat
- My truck
- Iphone
- Musical Instruments
- Internet
- Porn (at least I'm honest!)

Six things I'd go nuts without that aren't materialistic:

- Friends
- Flying
- Alone time
- Creative outlet
- Partying once in a while
- Optimism
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Life goals, if I'm on track, where I want to be in the future, etc.
On a typical Friday night I am
Out with friends unless I'm stuck somewhere out on the road working.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I often play the role of the sarcastic asshole. I like to kid around a lot with friends, but really I have a huge heart and it's only in good fun.
You should message me if
Ideally I'd like to find someone that can keep up with me and someone who isn't scared of knocking down the walls. I'll bring the sledge hammer, don't worry. Ideally he'd be close in age, have some common interests, and not just looking for a kinky romp in the sack.
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