Most people find me to be very strange. Which I am nigh infinitely glad for. Who the hell wants to be normal?
As such, I love to debate things like metaphysics (god, meaning of life, time), genetic engineering, robotics... etc.
My fifth picture on here is an example of the worst that I look. If you can still stand how I look after a rude awakening, awesome.
(I've been told that it's cute... I personally find it terrifying)
I am a sappy romantic. I love the idea of kissing in the rain, and cuddling in front of a warm fireplace when it's cold outside.
I believe that there is a lesson in everything, good or bad. You just have to look hard enough.
I could also be called superstitious in some respects. I think it makes life more interesting.
I suppose I should also include what I'm looking for... or, better yet, who I'm going to be, and why.
I'm looking for a friend, and a lover. Someone who wants to see the world as much as I do... because I don't plan on staying in one place for more than three years... at least for a while. Which kind of means that we'll be each other's primary support. It's kind of ridiculous really. The odds of me finding the best woman for the job are about the odds of me winning the lottery. Or finding another person as peculiar as myself, really. In some ways it's terribly depressing to look at the chance that I have... but it is a chance, and one I'm willing to take. Also, I don't plan on living "well." If money's your thing, keep on movin' on. There's a joke that I really like, and it goes something like this:
A wealthy business man is on a trip, in a semi-secluded region of Mexico, when he has this conversation with a local;
BM: So, what is it you do on the average day?
Local: I sleep in, wake up late, go fishing long enough to feed and care for my family, go to the market, come home for dinner, then go to the bar to drink with my friends.
BM: Why don't you wake up earlier? Then you could stay out longer, catch more fish, and get a better boat.
Local: Why do I need a better boat?
BM: With a better boat, you could catch more fish, and maybe get another boat.
Local: Why do I need two boats?
BM: With two boats, you could catch even more fish, and start buying out other nearby fisherman.
Local: And what is the point in that?
BM: Well, then you would own a fleet, and you could start your own stock and then go public with it, and make some real money.
Local: What would I do with all that money?
BM: Well, you would live the life of luxury of course, and then you would sell your personal shares of stock, and retire.
Local: What will I do when I am retired?
BM: Well, you can wake up late, fish all day, and spend every night at the bar with your friends.
There are a lot of other things I could talk about... and if you think you could hold your own in a conversation with me, I would be glad to hear from you. Send me a message!
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