First off, I consider myself to be a respectful, courteous, and inviting individual; the kind of person who would often be approached on the street for directions or the time of day. I seek more in life than parties/drinking every night of the week and I have no shortage of things to do, but I'd like to meet someone with a wider variety of interests and a broader definition of "fun" than the usual things I see out there.. While I'm certainly not bashing the bars and parties (they definitely can be fun in moderation), there just has to be more to life than that...
I have more hobbies than I'll ever have time for. That's because I have a constant thirst to learn something new each day. Life's too short to not grow personally every day. I'm a triathlete, an outdoorsman, a homebrewer, a sports enthusiast, an automotive enthusiast, and yes, a little bit of a geek too. Thus, I like to tinker with stuff, especially electronic equipment like computers and radios.
And just because this site tells me to, my taste in music is very mixed. I enjoy rock and a little bit of country for good measure. However I've also been known to listen to a lot of mainstream stuff and some classical, folk, bluegrass, metal, etc. I'm a mixed bag when it comes to tunes...
I believe that no amount of writing in this text box can truly define someone or replace the value of a good conversation. If I visited your profile but didn't say anything, it doesn't necessarily mean that I'm not interested. I may come back later to try to start a conversation.
Lastly, I'd like to say that I don't define myself by whether I'm in a relationship or not. It's just one of those things that has to be based on the right circumstances, not just "going through the motions" to fulfill some sort of insecurity. To that end, no, I'm NOT here for hookups, flings, one night stands, etc. Yes, I'm here to talk to, and eventually meet new people. If something comes of fhat, great. If not, no big deal.
First dates tend to be very cliche but there is good and bad to that. Dinner? Definitely not a requirement in my book but it's cool nonetheless. There is so much that you can learn about someone by sharing a meal with them. Movie? Not so much...You sit, You watch. You be quiet...not conducive to conversation. So for a first date, I propose this...dinner/food is fine, then it's open. Go for a walk in a cool local (public) place? Cool. Take a drive? Sounds good. Go for ice cream? Sure. Skating? Nice. Watch a movie somewhere other than a theater? That's cool too. It all just depends on the circumstances.
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