Here goes nothing (again)... Well, I'm a single (obviously) 29 year old man living in Birmingham. I'm hardly country. I'm pretty mellow (not huge on the club or party scenes). I typically prefer fast cars over 4x4s. I listen to everything from Mumford & Sons to AC/DC and all the way back to Bruno Mars (pretty eclectic in my tastes). If I'm shopping it's either for a new suit or a gun (Yeah, I'm a fan of the 2nd Amendment, what of it?). I love my career and I invest a lot of time into it. Geez, this has got to sound like the most boring profile ever but sarcasm seems to be at an all time low as I type this. Ummm... I can't dance. I can't sit still for too long. I have an aversion to needles. I wish I looked good in a Fedora hat but sadly, that's not the case. I think commas are a necessary evil (stupid punctuation). I usually prefer the book over the movie. I've never watched a Star Wars movie from beginning to end. I hate ironing my shirts (another necessary evil)... I've bought a new shirt before for an event just because I didn't want to press an old one. I'm not an over the top socialite but I do enjoy getting out from time to time. I spend a lot of time remodeling my house trying to find a good balance between geek, cultured, and comfortable. I want to travel more. I'm an avid Alabama football fan and Yankees baseball fan. I've been to well over 100 concerts in my life (Veggie tales Live counts - don't judge!). I like to sit down and game on occasion. ::running out of things to talk about:: I confess that I've watched documentaries on Netflix. I have a fireplace that I don't use. My dad can beat up your dad. I am aspiring writer (everyone wants to be some kind of artist, right?). Favorite color is blue. I don't eat leftovers. Ok, anything else feel free to ask.
We can hitch up to a pumpkin and wrangle up a few mice and have ourselves a good ol' fashioned fairytale (i say that with my strongest country impression, I'm not sure why).
Fyi, I'm not keen on smoking. No offense and no judgement intended but I'm just seeing this way too much, but if your job/profession only states "Mother", "stay at home mom", or "fulltime mommy" I'm just not interested - nothing personal but I was raised by a single mom with little help who held down multiple jobs, so I know it's possible. I respect mothers and I love kids but we as adults make life choices and if you chose to be a parent then you have a responsible to set the standard and be the example for the next generation and I don't feel like we are doing them any favors by showing it's okay to just sit at home and do just enough IF we have a choice. [stepping off soapbox now]