Hey. I'm known amongst my friends for being, at the same time, painfully honest and excessively hyperbolic. I'm into a lot of 'geeky' hobbies, like Anime and video games, but I'm not a complete geek--I function just well in a conversation about something more mainstream (like music), and I know when to turn off the tech talk. I'm proud of my hobbies and my talents, as we all should be.
People tell me I'm good looking, but you can see the pictures and decide for yourself.
I'm back in school after a hiatus that was far too long. I'm going to be finishing my degree in roughly 3 years and I'll be going into teaching. Helping to educate the next generation strikes a chord in me. I'm going to do my part to make things better.
I'm sick of people who only care about sex. There's more to a relationship, and if that's all you're looking for then look elsewhere.
Talking to people online is something I find to be very fun. It's simple, it's pressure free, and it doesn't cost a cent. If I've garnered the least bit of interest from you, no reason not to message me.
Conversation Starters (i.e. what you'd like to do on a first date...)
First dates for me have always been hanging out and talking. It quickly shows you what someone has behind their eyes and it's usually pretty easy to tell who's wasting your time. Nothing serious, just sit down somewhere reasonably pleasant discussing whatever suits our fancy. If we can't have a discussion then there's probably not much more that needs to be said.
Getting to know someone online before we meet helps a lot, although it's much easier to hide the truth. It is, however, an easy and safe start.