Bartender/Freelance Graphic Designer
How about we… end our evening out with something OTHER THAN COFFEE. Have you ever had Atol de Elote? It's similar to coffee... in the sense that it's served hot.
How about we… try to teach each other how to swing dance at a live rockabilly show.
How about we… eat something we've never eaten before and hold each other's hair back if it doesn't agree with us.
Don't feel like jumping in and heading out? Just want to chat?
For whatever reason I almost always have my SKYPE open: Lightsabered.Sundresses Extra points for introducing yourself with a joke. DOUBLE points if it's a dirty one. (hey, I have my quirks)
An awesome place I've visited:
My brain for whatever reason has better things to do than to retrieve some of my memories from my archives... I do know for a fact though that I once said "I want to LIVE IN SeaWorld."
My perfect Sunday:
Waking up and arguing quietly about who is getting up first to make coffee.
The movie I've watched the most times:
Tombstone. I think its only fair that you know Val Kilmer is my first love.
My first concert / My dream concert:
My first concert was Ozzfest and my oh my was it an experience. My dream concert would be watching Maroon 5 play covers and only music from their first album. Songs About Jane was sexy, funky, and smooth.
Obscure knowledge I possess:
I wouldn't say "knowledge" but we could argue for hours on time travel in cinema.
I have a weakness for guys/girls who:
who have a post-apocalyptic survival plan. &&Accents. Man-oh-man do I have a weakness for accents. Southern, northern, foreign, it doesn't matter. I just love 'em.
For me, a first date no-no is:
I definitely think a no-no is not having a good time. I've found that if the effort is put forth it is easy to have enjoyable conversations. Those who expect a date to go poorly, or aren't committed to having a good time generally won't.
I secretly want to be:
A graphic novelist.
I want to be with someone who wants to be:
truly, madly, deeply, in love for as long as we can stand each other
An infatuation of mine:
If I won the lottery and quit my job, I would:
Travel to the places I've always wanted to go, then come back home to open up a local business and live comfortably.
I want to come home to:
A good book and a lap to read it on.