This site is becoming kind of droll and my attitude towards it is becoming more "eh."
Driven, confident, focused and comfortable in my own identity. I like to read. I enjoy art. Music is a very big part of my life. Animate. Funny. Full of life. Energetic. Ambitious. Blah blah blah blah blah. I can pretty much use any words here that would describe me really w What really matters is the chemistry between two people. What's funny to one person may not be funny to the next and so on. True, having the same interests is key but I personally don't mind if some of your interests are different from mine. Again....CHEMISTRY.
I like to try new things and experience life. I value my friends and family. I'm looking for something real with no games. I'm at a new chapter in my life and there is no room for bitterness or cynicism. I've had enough of that in my life in the past and it's time to move forward.
Overall I'm looking for a woman to share/build a life with. I'm also open to making new friends so if that's what you're interested in that's fine with me. And friends mean friends.....NOT friends with benefits.
I know all of this sounds very serious but I'm really not that way at all. When it comes to "adult" things like budgeting, bills, etc i'm pretty serious. Most of the time I'm a big dork that wants to experience as many adventures as possible!
Some music: David Bowie, Nine Inch Nails, Ministry, The Beatles, Daniel Johnston, The Who, Iggy Pop, Sandie Shaw, The Clash, Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds, Blondie, Alice Cooper, Metallica, Guns N Roses, Rilo Kiley, Jackie DeShannon, Scott Walker, Nirvana. The Sounds, France Gall.
Movies: The Breakfast Club, The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo trilogy (original version), Pump Up The Volume, About A Boy, Singles, Tom Petty: Running Down A Dream Documentary," Johnny Suede, Midnight In Paris, American Psycho, Cube trilogy.
Food: Open to anything/everything.
Books: Various books on art, various books on music artists, "Fated," "Watchmen," "Local," "Strangers In Paradise," "Something's Missing," "Good Omens"