Alright, so I have to say the headline is a little misleading. I mean, how could you regret something if you never really know about it? It's like me regretting... well, i was going to try to find a simile, but since part of my stance is not knowing about it, i came to the conclusion that i don't know of anything that i shouldn't regret in that type of situation. And while this doesn't look like your typical description, I'm sure you understand me more now than if i was just to rattle off a bunch of numbers, colors, and types of rain i like to walk along the beach in. And I'm talking, LONG walks.
But, at the risk of that not being enough, here's a little more about me. I have lived in the same 5 mile radius my entire life in Portland, OR. Not saying im in love with the place, I just havn't really had cause to leave yet. It is getting close though. Furthermore, I'm still friends today with most of the people i knew when i was in elementery school and middle school. I don't lose friends easily. Why you might ask? Well, if you got this far you'd probably be wondering that, or you are just morbidly torturing yourself as you read my meandering mind display it's madness. In any case, I'm probably the most likeable guy you will ever meet. I can only recall a handfull of people i've ever had real issues with in my life, and those people had issues with everyone, so i put no fault in myself for that. While this may seem a little egotisticle, i assure you it is not. Being a nice guy is about the only thing I've allowed to transgress from probability into fact. So, enough talking for me. What do you have to say for yourself?
Well, i'd prefer to spend most of the day in your company. I understand that can be tricky. I'm of a similar mind that going to a theater on a first date is generally a bad idea. While im not normally opposed to sitting in a dark room for hours on end, it doesn't allow for much "getting to know you" time. And, i wouldn't really concider that time spent in your company, more just in your proximity. Ideally, a dinner at one of our respective homes is what i would like. Just as long as you don't mind bad cooking. I find when i'm meeting someone for the first time, the more people that are around, the more closed up i am. That is why this private setting is the best. Ever.