This past summer I was at a friend's house, doing the whole bbq thing, hanging out, and he had mutual friends over and some I never met. His kitchen had this wall between the bbq pit area, windows where open and I just got done making a tough phone call from the living room. My friend, the host of this outdoor event, started talking about me before I hit the door to go outside, hence me behind the wall, I could look back from the reflection off the microwave from the wall adjacent from me and see everyone reflection, now I am not sure if he didn't realize I walked from his front room and was going outside but I heard some stuff about me that I felt I should share. Now his friend that I never met asked him why I was so quiet, The host didn't miss a beat outlining his views on me. The host says to his friend, "You ever know anyone and it might just be for a minute, and you would give them complete blanket trust even to take care of your kids if something happened, or would expect that person to leave work to help you out, or even be generous to pay for everything at this bbq just because he wants people to come together and have a good time...now don't let me stop you there in judging him because his kind of bond with his friends and familly and oddly enough with strangers would impact you in a way that if you had any inkling of who he is, you'd automatically be a better person. Now he has his faults but he's not just like you and I, we'd probably be contingent just thinking about our own selves. His flaw is that he has been through so much, physical, emotional, and financial hardship that he still treats everyone with respect and in return he fears not his inadequacies but his own self. This is not something you or I can help him with, but it doesn't strain me on inviting him over to my house when I actually just wanted to take a weekend off because it was a simple but excellent idea because I didn't think so many would show up but also that I got to tell you a little bit about a quiet man that when he shines can be a bit to bright for most of us to handle but when he does, you feel better just being around him, because he somehow makes you a better person." Then his wfie just said, keep preaching baby, I got it all on camera, and I then I came around the corner, saying "Don't listen to this crazy guy, I am just here for the satellite, his wife's potato salad, his burnt chicken, and I just order the UFC fight," and we all laughed. But in that moment it was amazing watching what he said, his expression played back on the video-recorder, because it made me feel like that kind of respect wasn't really aware to me, because I don't go looking for it, I just try to be me no matter what's being thrown at me. So, idk, that's a little bit about me from the words of a friend.
I just want us to just go somewhere in public so people can hear me scream if the date takes a wrong turn before you stuff my vulnerable self inside a trunk, is that too much for a guy to ask?!
I am also sarcastic, I mean just saying.
Some real answers, as long as it's not a movie, where the night would be absolutely pointless, then I am game for pretty much anything.