I moved to LA in July to earn my MBA from USC and in my free time I'm giving my biographer more material then they'll know what to do with. I've got my eye on starting my own business after graduation, but I might try my hand at private equity first to learn the business.
When I'm not being a capitalist I like to try my hand at new foods, skills, activities. For football season I'm going to try and perfect my BBQ chicken recipe and hamburgers, so if you're looking for a recipe, and you play your cards right you might get to try some BBQ. Recently I've become enamored with the idea of designing my own house, instead of buying a cookie cutter, so nights when I'm not slammed with school work you can find me designing a new house on my AutoCAD software. I need a partner who knows something about interior design and living space aesthetics so don't be shy with your knowledge. Our school has a friendly competition with other top West coast MBA programs which culminates in an athletic competition during the spring @ Stanford University so I've been hitting the gym and the field so we can bring home the Golden Briefcase and bragging rights. You don't get into B School without being competitive haha.
To draw from a movie: Your mission, should you choose to accept, is to meet me and convince those around us that we've known each other forever. Or we can just have fun as I always try to do. As always, should you be caught, then you've taken this much more seriously than I and we should meet for coffee. This website will not self-destruct in five seconds. Good luck, PoF (Plenty of Fish).
In my opinion first dates are a time to explore another person. It can be difficult to really get to know a person when you sit down for a meal, with nothing to instigate conversation, and you grope around for common interests to discuss.
I'd much rather get out and about; participate in an activity, have an adventure, something to make the date stimulating.