I dunno. I'm an artist.
I paint and draw, act and write. I have a BFA, but we all know that is only as good as the effort you put into it. Right now I'm going back to school again for Graphic Design and pulling my hair out with each new, compounding deadline.
I'm very... eccentric. Yeah, that word works. I was going to say batsh*tnuts, but that doesn't really read well.
I like movies, theatre, dancing, video games and just going outside. I also like motorcycle riding... but I have to save up to buy one before I can call myself a "biker". I grew up on a farm southeast of E-town, which I don't get to visit as much as I should. I like the farm, but I've pretty much become a full-on urbanite. Although, I do wish I could just randomly go outside and sleep in the river valley without fear of getting stabbed or waking up with and venereal disease.
Man... I just noticed that I am totally NOT smiling in, like, ANY of my photos up there. They've all got this retarded "I'm too sexy to smile" slack-jawed stare. I look like I've had a stroke or something.
But I digress. I just got out of a bizarre relationship that made me rethink what I want. I want to share interests and be friends with someone before intimacy is considered. Just have fun and hang out, I suppose. I dunno... building a relationship on trust and understanding seems like a novel concept I'd like to try.
Conversation Starters (i.e. what you'd like to do on a first date...)
I prefer to take it easy on a first date, simply because my idea of a fun time might involve climbing on top of a piece of public art, just to see if we could do it, or going to a coffee shop and pretending we are intoxicated, just to see how quickly we could be asked to leave. Unfortunately, I find that my ridiculous intensity is often not something I should bring up on the first date (unless your into possibly being arrested). Anything were we could just laugh and and have silly fun would be cool.
I'm also a big fan of just... wandering around, looking for an opportunity for adventure. And if adventure refuses to rear it's fearsome visage, then I'll just climb a tree or something. I seem to mention climbing a lot, don't I?