Hi. I was in the navy for 6 years, and when I got out I moved up to Ventura. It has been two years and I'm still here having fun. I am a ballroom dance instructor. Dance is my passion; I go to sleep after dancing the night away, then I wake up counting steps in my head. I would die if I couldn't dance anymore, so I have a very real phobia of anything that tends to amputate legs. I can't wait until my first competition, and my goal is to be in some badass movie as the dance villain who sets up a rigorous dance labyrinth the protagonist has to overcome. But in the end I don't die. I like to work out, practice various musical instruments, and people watch. I am an aspiring stand up comic, you might have seen me at your local venue. I guess making people smile/laugh/feel joy is my first passion. I discovered that as a little kid and loved joking with my friends or anyone who would listen to me. Then one day I said f it lets see if I can do this for real. I have gotten 100% better than when I started, so I am happy with the results. Whenever I need inspiration I think about the time I met Dane Cook and asked him for advice. He said don't listen to anybody when it comes to your act, because it is "your" act. Best advice ever. I have a lot of odd thoughts, and I talk to myself. I laugh out loud for seemingly no reason, and refuse to say what I was thinking about because a person is entitled to a little mystery every now and again. I am looking for a lady that knows what she wants, I know it is a simply request yet so hard to find. I am not looking for someone who still has feelings for their ex, can't communicate their feels properly, or very closed minded. It seems to be all vta county has to offer. It makes me sad :| I would prefer a lady who has contemplated how they would survive during a zombie apocalypse, because if she is gonna be my partner I need to know she can hold her own. I'm an ENTP if you get my drift, and pink is my favorite color. I would have to say my favorite dance is whatever I'm dancing to at that moment, and my music taste ranges like jelly belly flavors.
Depends on the person, but probably swap some stories, maybe explore the great outdoors, obey traffic signs, see a band, or whatever's clever.