What am I looking for on here? Something good that can turn into something greater. My eye is on the future and I hope I can meet someone that will give me a reason to never need to be on here again. I'm really easy to talk to and I can find humor in almost anything. I crack myself up a lot but it's always more fun if someone else is also laughing. ;)
My personal style definitely leans towards relaxed and casual. I pretty much avoid any kind of formal attire unless I don't have a choice (wedding, funeral, job interview, etc). I'm low maintenance that way and I look for that quality in others.
Some surprising things about me:
-I totally get the thrill of bargain hunting so I'm a good shopping companion.
-Disco songs put me in a good mood.
-I can fit into the same clothing I wore 10-15 years ago.
-I can watch sports and PBS with equal interest.
Montage of randomness: I've been on a cruise. I've been to Israel. I've acted on stage. I've written articles for a local paper. I've won and lost at chess. I'm better at Connect 4. I've been around dogs my whole life, but cats have never held it against me. My first car was an '84 Celica GT that literally went out with a bang (funny story). I once saw the Beastie Boys (RIP MCA) in concert but I was upset because they barely played anything from License to Ill. My cousin and I once followed Ethan Hawke around the block because we were starstruck (and bored). Did you know Sabra makes the best supermarket salsa? Now you do. I like chatty women who can keep up their end of the conversation. Slot machines have a way of taking over my brain if I sit too long at one. The first time I ever went to a casino with friends, we wore shirts and ties to look like real gamblers. Later we realized that real gamblers look like slobs. Full moons are always interesting. They never look the same to me. I'm not a werewolf, but I do have chest hair and some pointy teeth. There was that time in London, though. Shouldn't the snooze button on the alarm clock be renamed for what it really is, "STFU"? I might be the only person that's ever overslept a wedding. I did get there just in time for the prime rib. Whew.