I-n-d-e-p-e-n-d-e-n-t do you know what that means?!
If you sang that in your head we will probably get along. Ha.
I have 2 jobs, no government assistance.
Everything I own is because I've worked for it.
I have dreams, goals, and motivation.
Dont let the tattoos and bright colored hair fool you.
I know how to act right.
Materialistically low maintaince.
I dig the beach, tie dye, art, and nature.
I'm pretty understanding and open minded.
I want to see the world. I crave adventure.
Sometimes I really want to sell my stuff and just travel.
Then I realize I'm an adult, have bills, and should work on my 401k.
I'm one of the weirdest people you'll met once you get to know me.
I love laughing, making others laugh, and corny one liners.
I'm not afraid to be me.
I won't hold back for anyone, and I'm not scared to let my emotions be known.
I'm pretty aware of who I currently am, and what I stand for.
I believe in love, and that happy endings do exist.
I want a love I don't have to fight for.
I want a love that doesn't need to be explained, that's plain as day.
I want a love I can feel.
I want a love I can see with my eyes closed.
If you think being happy in a relationship is unrealalistic then there's already no hope for us.
I know how love should feel.
I will not settle for less than that feeling.
All I have is time. I'm in no rush.
Respect is a very big deal to me.
I will not respond to messages like "hey sexy"
I don't find that flattering at all, there's much better way to let someone know you find them attractive.
I'm not here for FWB, hook ups, or to be a punching bag for ****boys.
I'd like to find someone serious, yet laid back, and as weird as me. I work 60+ hours a week, therefore don't want my time wasted. I am honest, yet respectful, and I expect the same from you.
Let's talk? (:
Conversation Starters (i.e. what you'd like to do on a first date...)
We'll dine and dash at some cute corner dinner,steal a car, drive to Chicago as the sunsets, while I blast our favorite songs, and terribly sing them, we'll park on the outskirts of Chicago to look at the stars and power nap, light the car on fire, hitch hike the rest of the way, explore the city till we find a bar, play drunk darts, get kicked out of the bar, power nap in an ally, make hobo friends, go vintage thrift shopping, get our Tara cards read by a Gypsy who tells us great tales, we'll explore finding a train station, hop on free riding, sleep cuddled up in a wooden crate, jump off the train, where we're faced with good bye and I'll kiss your forehead, then walk away.