Hmm, where to start...I'm just your average 26 year old. I am still relatively new to the city, and am dying to explore it. A tour guide would be nice...just don't bring me to Times Square, major loss of brownie points for you.
I love my friends and family and am very happy with the people I've surrounded myself with. Would love to find someone that I can share that with. I tend not to take myself too seriously which leaves me as an easy target for my friends, and I'll be honest...myself too. I have a lot of heart and I'm looking to share that with someone who can really appreciate it and give it back in return.
I am honest, outspoken, confident, funny(at least I thinks so), charismatic, silly, genuine, kind hearted, a good friend, and just an all around compassionate human being. (although, sometimes my very direct honesty can make me seem like a **** once in awhile) I can be very sarcastic at times, but always in a playful way. Would like to find someone that can complement that.
Being that I just made the biggest move of my life, my life is a little bit crazy at the moment. New job, new home, new surroundings to get used to. However, I always have time for good people in my life. I have a lot of great friends, and I love making new ones. But, I also certainly know how to weed out the a**holes. ;-)
*Editor's note: If after you read this, you're thinking to yourself "Hmm, am I an ***hole?" chances are, you may just be one...but message me anyway!
I am also working on two musical projects. One is putting a concept recording project together. I've been thinking about this certain theme for a very long time, and I'm excited to actually start getting the gears going on it. I am also trying to coordinate a concert for the fight against bullying. This is a cause that is very personal and very near and dear to my heart.
"Masculinity is not something you can act, it's something you're born with." - Me
(This is for you "Str8 acting" boys)
What's wrong with just being? So many of us put labels on ourselves. A lot of the time, these labels are the root of our own insecurities. Just BE...Be whoever, or whatever you are and to hell with everyone else.