So I do show a girl a lot of respect when with her. I can't stand laying hands on a women, which is why this girl I know frequently kicks my ass in Jiu-Jitsu she just screams and I instantly let go, I like to, like I find enjoyment in it, paying the bill on a nice night out, getting her something nice every once in a while for no real reaosn, and being a gentlemen. In a weird way, I find enjoyment in it and fun to me, basically. I love animals and am going to college to be a vet actually. I occasionally work out, mostly a runner though, love food, love trying new things, love art and history and museums, and I'm a heavy reader and a writer, going to college to learn how to be a better writer as well. I do want kids and love little ones, but not until I'm in my 30s, when I'm out of college and should have a life set up for the most part. I recently signed up to volunteer at the local animal hospital and really am nice and respectful.
Now nobodys perfect, and I have my own imperfections. First one being the way I am simply. I am from the city, the ghetto. I'm loud and very blunt. If I think someones, like a teacher for example, is a bitch I will flat out say they are. Have done it before and don't care. Just said in the middle of class, "You're a complete bitch, did you know that?" and walked out perfectly relaxed. I cuss a bit too. I know I'm stubborn and don't think too. I typically do what I feel and say what I want first, think second, if at all. I typically do stupid shit, blame it on my age or who I am, I do and am aware of it. I know what I do bad, am aware of the consequences, and can care less therefor. I sometimes block/hide/bottle/and just don't show my emotions. You kinda gotta wiggle it. I have a few trust issues and it takes a while for me to form a close connection, but once there you're a friend for life basically. Also, I'm terrified of spiders and deep water.
So would you feel comfortable dating a guy like me? Or am I just too m
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I see no problem with you. Seriously gentlemen are hard to find these days so don't change that about yourself. As for the imperfections, none of those would be deal breakers. I actually wouldn't call it an imperfection to speak your mind. Being blunt about things is far better than sugar-coating everything1