I'm a full-time automotive engineer, 3-year home-owner, 1 class shy of a graduate degree, exercise every day, introverted, and independent. I consider myself very respectful, easy to live with, and a nerd in all the right ways. An occasional beer is fine, but I drink tea every day. I like playing sports but don't watch them on my own time, only with friends. As far as country music, I mostly prefer any music you can dance to, and I do like to dance. These days I mostly watch shows on Netflix. I find everything more fun when it's well earned.
Most people take a long time to really get to know me, but I've found that the more someone spends time with me, the more they really respect and appreciate the connection they have. Why do I make it difficult to connect? I noticed I fundamentally don't give trust unless it's earned, and I'd rather build off of proven relationships than risk the effort to try starting new ones. So most of my closest friends are very patient open-minded people who can pick up where we left off; months later even. And as for those of you that I find attractive and successful...I'm sure you are the least patient and most distracted people of all haha. Everybody wants to be your friend.
By the end of this year, I'll finish school for the near future and be much more available to really try to notice you and better distinguish myself.
You stay classy, thanks for stopping by.