Well lets see. I am Andrew. I moved to Memphis a few months ago from Mass, born and raised there. I have been in the military going on 6 years and don't plan on re-enlisting. I currently work as a technician for Comcast and I love my job. I pull in anywhere from 40-60 hours a week. I pay my own bills and have my own car. I pay for everything with my own money. Although I currently live with my father and stepmother, that is only until I save up plenty of money to get out. Also I am in no rush to move out considering I hardly know anyone here yet except for co-workers. I love computers and playing video games on my spare time, however, I will not choose video games over socializing or going out. Now onto what i'm looking for. I am pretty simple as in it doesn't matter what we're doing it's all about who you're spending the time with and plenty of communication. My intentions on this site is to find a SERIOUS relationship. Someone who actually wants to put effort into having one. I don't lie let alone have a reason to lie. I have a huge sense of humor. If you have children that is completely fine I love kids. However, I want to have my own family someday so if you do have kids and don't plan on having any more? Then don't bother. Also even though looks aren't everything but I want someone who at least takes care of herself. I myself am no model and am not skinny, so I don't expect that in a woman. Anything else you would like to know feel free to ask away, I am an open book! :)
A few things you should know before messaging me!
1.) I am very open, blunt, honest, to the point.
2.) I certainly do not do drugs.
3.) If you are going to message me or respond to me messaging you. Have something interesting to talk about rather than me coming up with it all this is not a one-way street.
4.) If you plan on not talking to me anymore for whatever reason you may have, have the common decency, respect, and maturity to tell me. Treat someone the way you want to be treated, hands down!
5.) I can see BS from a mile away no matter how you sugar-coat it. You cannot fool me.