I'm a college student at a community college, persuing my dreams while making sure I'll still have a comfortable position in life if I fall short of them. Which I won't - at least, I try to be good and optimistic in that sense.
I'm easily amused, easily trusting, I act incredibly naive, but immensely deep at the core. I think everyone's a good person... because I'm just tired of thinking negatively about everyone. If things go wrong, you just pick yourself up and keep on going, right? People should be judged case by case, and by their resiliance. Not by silent vows to 'never let someone hurt them again'. Don't limit yourself.
PS. - Really old freakin' pic. I've cut the hair. I don't have the time to spend HOURS taking care of it. Conservative women have got to be cursed...
I am a male, but I've always had strong morals and standards. Conversation is the best way to 'make out' and I try to prolong it as long as possible. It doesn't mean I'm a boring push over, for those looking for somethin faster or wilder. Rules can always change. But if someone doesn't know how to hint or take control, then I will take control, and things will 'stay cool' indefinitely. There's no need to screw up good company by experimenting with sketchy intentions.