I wonder if there's more to you than meets the eye. ENTP/Type-3 living with a clearly defined and passionate purpose (message me for details). I could go on and give you more details about myself, like my weight (170) or my eye color (blue) etc... but I have a feeling that most of the other men on this site just give you a list of facts about themselves in the hopes you might see something you like. I believe you can't really know something until you've experienced it first hand, but I will say this, I'm an Inventrepreneur™ and have a passion for life that seems to be quite rare. I have an amazing family and the best friends in the world. I have great health and a unique ability that allows me to create some amazing things. I've chilled out with people from every walk of life. From suit and tie, to tank top and flip flops, I can hang with anyone. I'm looking for a cool "friendship", that is, someone to hang out with, where we can just be ourselves... no pressure, no expectations, just you for you and me for me and let's enjoy where things can go. If I met a woman of particular quality then I'd be interested in seeing where that could lead. If something happens then it's meant to be, I like to let nature take its course. I consider myself fun, optimistic, challenging and I enjoy playful banter. I'm very open-minded, with a burning desire to use my talents to contribute to humanity. If you've read this far then there is some interest, I don't bite... at least initially. My current passion is providing fresh drinking water to every man, woman, and child by founding and funding the "Widespread Water Foundation". To accomplish this I've enhanced my leadership qualities, become a successful risk-taker, cultivated charismatic emotions, and developed a thirst for adventure while always protecting my friends and family.
Message me and I'll set up the perfect one but only if you're a pathological optimist, friendly, healthy, and happy... especially if you're an INTJ/Type 1 (we'll be the ultimate team)
"It's a good thing to be strange, normalness leads to sadness"