Aaron Barton: The only man I'm gay for is Tony Stark.
About
Non-Smoker with Thin body type
City
Orange, Connecticut
Details
30 year old Male, 5' 9" (175cm), Non-religious
Ethnicity
Caucasian, Leo
Intent
Aaron Barton is looking for a relationship.
Education
Some college
Personality
Artsy
Profession
Artist


dating
Fountain Lake in Seymour. On the left!






I am Seeking a Woman For Dating
Needs Test View his relationship needs Chemistry Not Completed
Do you drink? Socially Do you want children? Undecided/Open
Marital Status Single Do you do drugs? No
Hair Color Black Eye Color Brown
Do you have a car? Yes Do you have children? No
Longest Relationship Under 1 year How ambitious are you? Ambitious
Pets Dog  



About Me
Just a highly social introvert chasing success in this lovingly crazy state of Connecticut. I can be as sarcastic as I am stubborn and I tend to put myself first, unless I really care about you in which case I'm screwed and you'll probably get my bank account information, car, house, boat, power of attorney, pony and moped.

I am always trying to refine my life into ever greater simplicity. Ironically it often means complex efforts to attain it. I like to think that in dating and relationships, it doesn't have to.

There's no point in trying to act like Mr. Cool. I'm an absolute sucker for women, though people tend to get the impression I'm a bit jaded. It's simply that I seriously care about people, and I'm extremely attracted to character and compassion. If I see those traits in you, it will kill me to see you anything other than perfectly happy and I'll probably yearn for a connection with you. Yes, looks do matter too. Yes, I'm a man and I enjoy lovely things -I'm an artist dammit. But without more, it's hard to avoid the same fate as so many other pieces of art -appreciated in the moment, with no choice but to keep walking on to the next room in the museum.

Then again, things aren't beautiful because they last forever, right?

I enjoy my work as it's never boring -it keeps me on my toes just enough to be a challenge I can handle. I couldn't do it without stress management though -I practice yoga at least once per week and feel we're all responsible for our own health (but I'll still stop at Wendy's in a pinch).

Adult time management has pretty much killed off all but my most precious teenage nerdy interests. But not to worry, once I move into your apartment for free and no longer have to work, I'll have all the time in the world to form stacks of comic books on the coffee table and leave legos all over your carpet.