I would never make it as a salesman... so this ought to be interesting. Trying to sell yourself in a little box is quite a challenge.
About myself... summer is my favorite time of the year. I enjoy riding my motorcycle, swimming, camping and fishing. I like all kinds of music but usually prefer the heavier stuff. I am open minded and don't judge people. I believe everybody makes mistakes in life. Its whether or not you learn from those mistakes that counts. I believe in treating women with respect. I am kind of old fashioned in that aspect. Chivalry is not dead. I am respectful, kind and courteous. I am very laid back and go with the flow but I will take charge when needed. In general I am a pretty happy go lucky guy and try to have fun doing what ever I am doing at the time. I love people watching. I can sit anywhere and just watch how people interact with each other. As far as relationships go, I am honest, loyal and supportive. The 2 key components to a relationship are trust and honesty. Without either of those you have nothing. Communication is essential in any relationship. What else are are you going to do if you cannot talk to your partner.
I've been in enough not so good relationships to know exactly what I am looking for now and won't settle for less. I didn't want to say bad relationships because I have learned a little more about myself from each one. They were just less than desirable.
I am looking for someone that will appreciate me for who I am. Someone who will support me (not financially) and my decisions. They don't necessarily have to have the same interests as me because that's what makes us individuals. I think they should have just enough in common to keep things interesting. I do not believe in cheating or playing games and I would expect the same in return. When I am with a person I am totally committed to them.
Well anyway, I think I have created a good start there. If I tell too much more, what will we have to talk about later. I am an open book, so if you would like to know anything just ask.