Graduated from Penn State with a double major, Japanese and International Studies and a minor in TESOL in Fall '11. I originally came from NJ, after some time I went back to school and never had the chance to make new friends except at school when I moved to Pa. So while I try and figure out what to do with myself I'm searching for friends/relationship so I can live a little and get out of the house and have fun. Pretty laid back and almost up for anything.
As I am a guy, I am into video games, but it's not my life. I do enjoy a good movie, but refuse to go see any unless i feel they are worth it, i.e. Avengers. If you couldn't tell from my major, into almost anything Japanese, food, movies, anime, manga, music, etc. Sushi is amazing and is SO much cheaper in Japan. Japan was amazing when I went to study abroad. Went for the year, but my year happened to be the year of the earthquake...not a fun experience. It was a 7.0 where I was living.
Wish I was rich. How else would I be able to travel the world and see the amazing sites it has to offer and also not worry about whether or not I can buy some cool stuff on those travels. So many places I would like to visit and foods I want to try. Damn you travel channel. And no I would not be a rich douche. I would donate, but depends on how rich I am
As of now i am working at Harley-Davidson on the assembly line, 2nd Shift. So i'm pretty much living a vampire lifestyle, up all night, sleep all day.
I'm not really picky when it comes to women. Tall or short, a twig or curvy, ginger, blond, or brunette. A nice pair of glasses doesn't hurt, but not required. However, obviously there needs to be some attraction to even start to see if a relationship is possible. After that it's all about if we click or not. Laid-back is nice, serious all the time is not. Being passionate is fine, just remember to relax. Too much make-up or improper application is a no. why is your face one color and your neck another? Loves to laugh. George Carlin is one of my all time favorites. Loves animals. Open-minded: Food, people, experiences. No bigots or homo-phobes please, especially if you think it's a choice or lifestyle. If you can cook, great, if not, maybe try a cooking class as a date. I'm not a chef myself, but i do pretty good, mainly italian food though. Religion is fine, but people in your life should be more important than someone who may or may not exist. If you really believe in a god or whatever you may believe, then believe that the people in your life were given to you. Treat them like a gift, even one you may want to return every now and again...hehe, and not as someone that needs to compete for your love and affection with someone that is or isn't there.
There's more to know, but that can all be learned over dinners and dates. No need to show all my cards. If I peaked your interest somewhere along the line, don't be afraid to hit me up.
Well since first dates are essentially interviews, dinner somewhere would be a good start. Maybe do a lil billiards or bowling so we can keep talking and do something fun or if an awesome movie is out that weekend or whenever and we both want to see it, like the Avengers, then afterwards can talk about how awesome or shitty whatever movie we saw was. Always welcomed to ideas since I don't know the area that good since I just worked or went to school when I moved from jersey
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