In all honesty I feel weird about doing this. Internet romance weirds me out, but i figure what the hell...if there is a chance that something good comes of this then i guess it is worth while. I am a sophmore and I am studying film, producing and screenwriting. I am also a kickboxer and a martial artist. My dream is to spend my life making movies. I want to one day get married, but not until a couple of years after college. I believe that people should get to know eachother and date for a couple of years, or at least until they are really sure. I believe in chivalry, to an extent. i like to treat a woman like a lady. I am not a big party person but I love to find creative and cheap alternatives to parties to try and have fun-museums, walks, concerts, good food...I love Thai food. I want to travel the world and see different cultures and I would love to meet somebody interested in doing the same. I am NOT interested in pretensious women who think they know everything about everything...I am looking for a "teammate"...somebody to face the world with back to back. I believe in honor, truth and loyalty and will nevr betray somebody who I love. If you want to know anything else specifically, go ahead and ask...I am not shy and I am rarely humble-both strngths and weaknesses. I love to walk...keep this in mind, because if you hang out with me you will probably walk a lot too. I am also very stubborn-which in this case is a good thing-I will never give up on somebody I love, and I will never stop trying for something I want...that's why my personal motto is "Never stop."
Conversation Starters (i.e. what you'd like to do on a first date...)
My first date...this really depends on the person I am with so this is kind of a loaded question. i love to date...and the girls I go to school with don't...so let me just say what I would love to do on an IDEAL first date:
NOT dinner and a movie...oh no no. I would meet her somwhere in the city, Manhattan of course, maybe a little coffee shop near Central Park and we would sit and talk for a while, and then assuming the weather was nice, we could walk through the park towards downtown. We would slowly make our way towards the Brooklyn Bridge, stopping in whatever sorts of dfunny stores caught our attention-try on hats in the tourist shops, play laser tag in times square, etc. We would talk and really get to know eachother, not to mention work up an appetite...because when we get to the Brooklyn bridge, and finally make it to the Brooklyn side, there is a little gourmet Pizza Place underneath it which i would have made a reservation at. A couple pies and a rich desert later, assuming of course this si the first saturday of the month, we could take the subway to the Brooklyn Museum of Art for first saturday, watch the dance performances, check out the art, and then enjoy the free dance party.
For the more ATHLETIC first date...we meet up and go take a free class at a capoeira or kickboxing school...then get a Thai food dinner and take it from there
For me personally, i prefer second dates...I mean the first date is exciting...but the biggest thrill is in gettin to know the person you are with...that's why movies and shows are bad because they don't let you talk. I prefer anything that allows for a lot of one on one time. For a second date I could see getting rush tickets to a B-way or of b-way show, maybe if there was a movie that we were both thrilled about we could see that, good weather we could to to Cony Island, maybe catch a concert in the village, or a rock show at one of the billions of tiny venues in manhattan...rockclimbing is always fun, and there are a couple gyms in the NYC area that we could go to...or we could walk through Bleeker street and joke about all the sex shops...the options are endless and it all depends on what kind of girl she is and how we hit it off on the first date.