would like to apologize for the length of this profile; I just don't think that it makes sense to give cliche short-answers to complex, open-ended questions. So, to make your choice of messaging me (or not) easier, I try to give you a good notion about who I am. So if you don't like reading you [suck, and] can read the emboldened text to get the gist.
First of all I am here to meet people (anyone and everyone... almost). I am looking to get to know genuinely nice people that like to have fun with life.
I am always trying to expand my horizon and am open for anything ; concerts, wine-tasting, movies, book clubs, restaurants, going to the gym, fishing, skydiving, sports games, learning jiu-jitsu,, ice skating, yoga, rock climbing, and… that is all I can think of off the top of my head, but you get the point, right? And, although, I would like to do all of these things on a regular basis, I do not. But, maybe if I had someone to do them with, I could say different.
I would say that I am primarily looking for activity partners. If we have fun, then we may consider each other as friends. If our friendship works then--well, that's to be determined.
I can admit that I waste more time than I would like. I consider it to be a lack of time management. Let’s face it, it's nearly impossible to live a fulfilled life if you fill your schedule with a bunch of wasted time. I am working on this life skill, and every day I am getting a little bit better.
When I do manage my time well enough, I try to spend it outside I enjoy hiking, camping, and chilling at the beach (Myrtle Beach!!!). I also enjoy getting my adrenaline and endorphins pumping on my dirt bike in the summer. If you hike, chill, mountain bike or dirt bike, and you want someone to join you sometime--I'm down. Or if you are doing something else (anything else) that you think is fun and want someone to join--I'm down.
I am a honest, generous, kind, nonjudgmental, easygoing person with a humble, down-to-earth personality. I seem to get along with just about everyone I am somewhat of a realist and a critic, and try to accrue most of my beliefs in a positivist manner.
I consider myself a relatively affable person, so I don't know the exact reason why I have few friends, or, for that matter, the reason why I am on this site.
Most of my high school friends and I have grown apart over the past few years. Either they moved away, acquired a demanding full-time job, got married, had kids, or have different ideals.