At the end of the day, what counts is face to face interaction. How are people suppose to meet online, off a set of criteria that makes it almost impossible to truly put into view who that person is. Sure common interests are good, but chemistry in real life, laughs, dorkiness, randomness, feeling each other out, and if best comes of it, a kiss to see how sparks either fly or dont fly. I am open and honest about anything and everything, college educated, own job, own car, and a nice guy who puts himself above others. Dont get me wrong, I wont let you walk over me, but I do enjoy the little things in life that make my partner in crime smile laugh and have fun no matter what is happening.
I am just moving back to Pullman after three years in professional indoor football and a year working for an arcade vendor, and am looking to finally settle down a bit (don't get my wrong I will party and have fun), but am sick of moving every 10 months and want to build a life with great friends and people around me. If you like sports, we will get along pretty well I would say, if you have a competitive side to you, even better!
Just because I love sports, does not mean that is the only thing on my mind. I love a good book, a good hike, great conversations, sushi, wine, walks in the park and much much more. Do not judge a book by its cover, since everyone knows people can surprise others at times. What's wrong with being a nice caring guy with a jock side? Ever think he loves a good jazz club, comedy spot or even country swing dancing? Hmm remember, the answer is always no if one doesn't ask
I am a dork and corny, so I would go with mini golf, bowling, batting cages, go karts, and then dinner (steak, bbq, Mexican, Chinese, or Sushi), a movie to just get the relaxing feel after all the food and talk, then a walk under a full moon (if it so happened to be that time) in the park by the river and just bsing till i drop her off, walk her to her door and say goodnight.