Hi, I'm Michael. I'm still pretty new to this area, and I don't know all the social scenes. I'm 22 and I guess I'm white, even though I'm really mixed. I'm currently attending college, trying to get a degree in Business Administration. I hope someday I can start my own business. I hope to meet someone nearby, but I'm not really the party/ club type. I prefer to just relax, maybe have a few drinks, and get caught up in one of those deep conversations where you feel like you really get to know someone. I like debating, I love it when you can argue about something stupid for hours, and not take it seriously. That's probably why I'm attracted to opinionated women.
God I hate first dates, both people feel so nervous, and you end up trying to impress each other so much that you don't really get to know each other. I'd rather write about my Ideal date.
My Ideal date is when we feel so comfortable with each other that we could make anything into a date. We'd go out to her favorite hangout with a few friends and sit around drinking and partying, even though we're with friends we still put each other first, holding hands and whispering jokes in each others ears as we piss off our friends being so esoteric. Even in the mist of a room full of drama, we never let it affect us, because we just fit together so perfectly. We play coy for hours as we talk about meaningless things, and watch/ make fun of our friends for thinking we're silly for being this in love. While we think they just don't understand because they've never felt this way before. The crowd starts to thin and we finally decide to take off, we get some breakfast at a fast food place, sitting beside each other we get to joking around, maybe even a little play fighting. Just before dawn I take you home. We end the night in smiles as I take you up to your front door we kiss good bye. We end up hugging, and holding on to each other not wanting to let go, until finally we pull apart and I kiss her on her forehead, stare into her eyes, and tell her I love her. We kiss once more until we are late and the first beam of sunlight is cast upon us and we feel its warmth envelop us. Finally we part with smiles upon our faces.