PleasureoverP
Age: 31
Long term
babyhustlerfsc: looking for a good girl gone bad
About
Occasional smoker with Average body type
City
Baton rouge, Louisiana
Details
33 year old Man, 6' 4" (193cm), Catholic
Ethnicity
Caucasian Cancer with Blonde hair
Intent
babyhustlerfsc Anything
Education
High School
Personality
Profession
Archaeologist







I am Seeking a Woman For Dating
Needs Test Not Completed Chemistry Not Completed
Do you drink? Socially Do you want children? Yes
Marital Status Single Do you do drugs? No
Pets No Pets Eye Color Other
Do you have a car? N/A Do you have children? No
Longest Relationship



About Me
To begin, I'm 6'4" bout 270 lbs. I have blue eyes and blonde hair (although I'm losing most of it :smile). My Zodiac sign is Cancer, so I'm a pretty emotional guy who's close to his family. I'm a nice guy who is not quick to anger. I have a BA in Anthropology from LSU and am presently working on my Masters in Anthropology with a focus in Archaeology also at LSU. I enjoy working out and playing sports. I like fishing and hunting. I love music and I love dancing to it. I listen to mostly country and rap (odd mix I know, but everybody does where I'm from), but I do not enjoy rock. There are some rock songs I like but they are few and far between. I do like classic rock, blues, jazz, bluegrass, and latin (it's fun to dance to). I'm real laid back, real laid back. I almost never have stress. I could sit and talk for hours (with a beer). I can talk to anyone and everyone. I grew up in a small town where talking is an art and everyone there are famous artists, lol. Ok I'm done..... for now. Hope to hear from ya soon.

First Date
We'd have to go to a nice restaurant. Perhaps a homestyle place from like the ones where I'm from. Then maybe see a play (I really enjoy live theatre). Afterwards we could take a walk through LSU campus and talk. Live theatre always incites conversation from me. The most substantial thing about dates is getting to know the other person, especially on the first date. We could stop on top of the LSU Campus Mounds and I could tell her about the early Native Americans who built them. Perhaps we would talk until the morning and watch the sun rise over the tree line.