I actually have no idea where the whole "A priest, a rabbi, and a duck..." jokes go. I hear them on TV and in movies all the times but no one ever finishes the joke! I suppose I could google it but that feels like cheating somehow.
People always seem to only mention their good qualities in these descriptions, as if they don't have any bad? Well, I know my bad qualities and I'm ok with them, in fact, I occasionally celebrate them. So, to be a little bit different, here are a few of my other "bad" qualities:
-Insecure and yet am totally convinced of my awesitude and amazeballsness
-I'm antisocial like 70% of the time
And some good:
-I try to be pretty open and honest
I enjoy a variety of activities, but right now most of my time is spent working, writing, with my horse, reading, or doing something low key with my friends. I would LOVE to try sailing, fencing, ATVing, kayaking, hot air ballooning, spelunking... the list really does go on. I enjoy doing crosswords (preferably the ones in the 24 magazine since I can usually finish them!), love talking about movies and music and generally feel that a day without a heated debate (including copious amounts of arm flailing) is wasted.
What I'm looking for:
I'm not entirely sure. I have a pretty decent idea of what I'm *not* looking for and that includes dudes who feel the need to post shirtless photos of themselves. I don't care how proud you are of your nerps, the very act of posting those photos makes me question your judgment and, to be completely honest, I've already thought of several ways to mercilessly mock you. Also, spelling and grammar are important. I can handle the occasional typo but good gawd the little red squiggly lines under those words should tell you something!
Have you ever had a conversation with a friend when all of a sudden they whip out the fact that they can't say "Massachusetts"? In fact, they keep trying to say it and all you can think is "Fawk that sounds like they're saying "massive two shits"." No? Just me?
I find that when I go to message a guy, I usually only throw down a "hey, how's it going". Generic, I know, but I really don't want to waste time on someone who's not going to respond. Unfortunately that is a pretty boring opening line and not the most conducive to an ongoing, in depth online conversation. So, here's a jumping off point: Who would win in an epic battle between unicorns armed with bacon and bears armed with nets?