Adventure and romance await those brave enough to meet,
Daring the chosen one to find what she seeks,
From a slapstick fool to a wise king- he's been them all,
Though yet to find that lady whose presence can enthrall,
Sweet dreams and toil drive this one's inner fire,
Burning hot and bright his heart's desire,
The void in his soul cannot be filled by simple fleshly pleasures,
But by a companion whose mind is the greatest of treasures
Celebrity that I most resemble:
I've been nicknamed Mankind, Undertaker, and Andre the Giant by coworkers
Things that I like to do:
I like to go for long walks, especially around the more rural areas. Hitting up a few of the larger parks like Twin Lakes, Lynn Run, or Ohiopyle for some fun in nature is always a good time. I'm always up for a local concert or music festival if at least one band intrigues me. I'm not really into the local bar/club scene, but do occasionally head out to one if a friend or two are heading out there, or I just get into one of those rare moods to go alone.
"Weird Al" Yankovic, Beethoven, Black Sabbath, Iron Maiden, Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, Lords of Acid, Megadeth, Ozzy Osbourne, Pink Floyd, Slayer, The Chieftains, The Ramones, Cradle of Filth, Gwar, Motorhead, the Doors
A Clockwork Orange, Beastmaster, Conan the Barbarian, Dragon Slayer, Dune, Enemy Mine, Fight Club, Get Smart, Saw, Star Trek II: the Wrath of Khan, The Meaning of Life, UHF
1984, Grunts, Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, Rogue Warrior: Green Team, Shakespeare, The Damnation Game, The Hellbound Heart, War of the Spider Queen, Lone Wolf gamebooks
Favorite TV Shows:
ADULT SWIM, C.S.I., Get Smart, Heroes, History Explorer, House MD, Inuyasha, Monty Python's Flying Circus, NCIS
Hobbies & Other Interests:
New Life Experiences, Random Spontaneity, Tattoos, Writing novels, camping, live concerts, swimming, video games
Just pick a few you like and answer these questions for me:
What was the craziest thing you've ever done?
What types of food do you like?
What's your favorite dish to eat/make?
What is your favorite non-video Game?
Pirate or Ninja?
What would you do if you knew the world was ending in one week?
If you saw someone arguing with themself aloud, would you try to stop them or just ponder how they would feel once they lost the argument?
Let's start off with something during the day- hit up somewhere for a quick swim, roll a few die-20s at a hobby/RPG shop, maybe visit a museum, picnic at a park- just somewhere to play "get to know you" where we can hear each other. Once night falls, we could go thrash it at a concert, grab a few drinks and dances at a club, or roam the streets aimlessly enjoying some people watching and sight seeing.