Well, let's see...I moved to Ottawa for a few years from Sudbury but I've moved back surprisingly enough. You can see a few in the pics, but I have several tattoos and piercings.
I'm Just looking to chat with interesting guys and see where things go... if it turns into friendship that's great ? and if it becomes more? Well then we can look at that too since my fiancé and I are pretty open.
I spend most of my time either working or hanging out with friends. We are both gamers, both into mineralogy, herpatology, art and music. (Curently learning to play the violin)
As for the "drugs socially" part... it's just a bit of pot nothing big. For those who have a problem with tokeing let me point something out for you. Chances are those judging the stoners drink, maybe not a lot... but still they'll drink now and then at least. The interesting thing is... alcohol often leads to fights, people getting over emotional, vomiting, loud annoying behavior, destruction of property, walking down the middle of the road. Yet all that happens when you get people stoned is grinning ear to ear, feeling relaxed, philosophical discussions, enjoyment of music, munchies and giggle fits. Not to mention the damage drinking does to your liver and the fact you can drink so much you get alcohol poisoning... worst case scenario with tokeing.... you smoke so much you green out (pass out for an hour or so). Don't get me wrong, I'm the first to say pic your poison... but at the same time don't be throwing stones in a glass house.
For a first date I prefer to keep it casual and just do something fun where we can get to know each other. My self I'd suggest maybe go for a walk and eventually make our way to a cafe or lounge. Or perhaps since it's a date dinner and drinks at a nice restaurant. (I know it's cliche but this is Sudbury, what else can you think of lol)
As far as relationships and falling in love goes... I find Rhianna said it best...
"It's like your screaming and no one can hear. You almost feal ashamed that someone could be that important, that with out them you feel like nothing. No one can ever understand how much it hurts. You feel hopeless like nothing can save you. Then when it's over, when it's gone... you almost wish you could have all the bad stuff back so you can have the good."