I'm a "jeans and a t-shirt" kind of girl and by that I mean that I'm a simple person. I'd much rather throw on my jeans and a baseball hat (if you think that your baseball hat should have a flat bill and still have the stickers/tags attached please stop reading) and hang out with my friends at a bowling alley, or play music in some garage while telling jokes/stories than get all dressed up and go out to a club or a bar. I like being comfortable and relaxed.
I don't drink very often but when I do I've been told I'm the funniest person in the room...maybe it's because the people I'm with are drinking, too *shrug*
My mind is constantly in the gutter and my sense of humor reflects those thoughts. I will probably say something horribly offensive and possibly embarrassing before we even meet. I tell a lot of tasteless jokes about every nationality/race/sex ual orientation/gender but when it comes down to it I'm one of the least judgemental people I know. I'm completely intolerant of injustice of ANY kind. That is probably the fastest way to piss me off and if you've every seen a redhead angry you know that that's a very bad thing.
I've been told that I'm too nice... I guess that's true but it's not going to stop me.
After having my son I realized just how patient I can be. I don't care about your little "quirks" that piss some people off. Unless that "quirk" happens to be whining about how "hard" your life is or how everyone else is responsible for your happiness and well being. Suck it up, baby! Be happy with the things that you have not unhappy about the things you don't. You are responsible for your own happiness if you want something more, get off your ass and get it!
I worked very hard to get where I am in my career and in my life and I am proud of myself :) *pats self on back*
I can't look at my own profile but I'm sure it tells you guys that I "reply very selectively." I suppose that is because I am constantly unimpressed by the thoughtless or just plain rude messages some men send. I'm not sure what some of you are thinking but I assure you that starting a conversation by asking me whether or not I squirt, scream, go down or, my personal favorite, whether the drapes match the carpet is NOT a good way to get my attention and stand out. You'd have better luck asking how my day is going...just saying.