Friendship and dating!?
So over three weeks ago I tried a social experiment on here. I used my writing skills to fabricate a profile of the "Perfect Man". He drank casually, had lots of money, swooned over the idea of traveling and was basically a male "Marry Sue". The response was a HUGE influx of "Let's go out", "Help me please!", "Where have you been all my life" and various incarnations of "You're the one for me!".
Then I did the UNTHINKABLE...
I fabricated another profile in the "Gritty Real Dad" manner. He was the equivalent to the defensive, overprotective, goal oriented, Poppa Bear, No-Nonsense, Straight Edge, Penny Pinching, Realistic, Honest-man. The response was SILENCE from most contacted people. Some would get offended and block while others would offer a short posted reply without any punctuation. It was all pretty eye-opening.
So here is the TRUTH:
Firstly, my income is a clever joke because I only net about 4k a month that gets redistributed into the company and paying for bills. It's a clever ruse though because I often watch the Gold Diggers do BARREL ROLLS.
In the end it's PERFECT Material for my stand up routine at comedy clubs and conventions. I myself, as a person, am pretty laid back. I'm building up multiple projects for income while working 6 days a week and spending my time either enjoying my life relaxing or working on one of the projects. I'm pretty tight on money with all my responsibilities. I love cooking, grilling, grilling at the beach, people watching at clubs (honestly, watching guys try to pick up gals who are there JUST to have fun and dance is hilarious), Tabletop Gaming, "Video Games" (I can't say that with a straight face..ever), Movie watching and analyzing film, and reading/writing new content for the Intellectuals. My son is amazing. That is all.
P.S. Being a comedian and lecturer has restored my confidence to such a degree that I insist YOU try it!
There is a lot that can be explained by my website:
Conversation Starters (i.e. what you'd like to do on a first date...)
A trip to the Irvine Spectrum, a walk around "The Block", maybe a dinner and film somewhere. That's for SURE!). I've always found mini golf and community arcades/entertainment parks a blast. Knott's Berry Farm is great too- not too themed out and not too commercial.