I'm pretty much a normal kid from Indianapolis; a little lazy but determined in my real goals, intelligent but inexperienced with the world, and basically just looking for someone as lost as I am. I'm a pretty avid lover of anime but I don't really watch television, I read books often but forget the details in a matter of hours, I love computers but didn't own one until I was 16 years old, and I like art and drawing but I'm not any good. I would love to travel but have only been out of the city a handful of times, and despite my love for honesty I really suck at writing self-descriptions, as I'm guessing you've noticed by now ^.^. I love having deep conversations, I enjoy talking to people on the phone for hours without realizing more than 10 minutes has passed, and most of all I would love knowing that a 19 year old kid in Indy who doesn't have a car can, in fact, find someone he's looking for without having a detailed description of who she is in hand at the start.
I don't really know what kind of person I'm looking for. I'm guessing just someone who thinks they can relate to me, who isn't more than a few years older or younger than I am, and who doesn't mind that I'm an anime/computer obsessed kid. Someone who values honesty and being open about how they feel, and someone with a sense of humor would be nice. Someone who's not timid but not arrogant (a little arrogance is alright I guess ^.~) but most of all just someone who loves having interesting conversations and doesn't have a fear of phones. Also someone who doesn't mind me smoking every once in awhile if we hit it off and meet at some point, as I dislike making people who don't smoke uncomfortable. Well that was a bit more detailed than I thought it would be. Now for the hardest part to write, the ending line. Guess I'll just end it with my favourite quote, but I don't remember where it was from. "The hardest thing in the world to do is to tell the girl you love that you like her for the first time."
AIM - EtherealBlue19
A first date, eh... I'm a fan of movie theatres. I feel it's good for two people to become comfortable around eachother naturally before trying to strike up a conversation randomly, which is why it's so easy to talk to people in school and social events you frequent. When moving from a phone to an in-person relationship with someone, be it male or female, it's especially important to become accustomed to how eachother look and move, which won't happen in 5 minutes. Maybe I'm just putting too much thought into it though >.>;