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35 Killeen, Texas, United States
Seeking: Female 21 - 31
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I'm a born and bred Texan and proud of it. I'm 5'9" 205lbs (now down to 200! Weight was a result of injuries sustained due to a negligent driver while I was riding my motorcycle and unable to exercise) . Like you'll see later reading, l hate lying to anyone, with a few exceptions. I go to the gym at least 5 days a week. A lot of the time twice a day. My hobbies include shooting, fishing, mountain biking (currently injured so this one is on the back burner), riding my motorcycles, racing, cars, movies, some tv, BARBECUING (I make probably the best Q you've ever had), and general cooking. I'm a geek, I love technology. I'm quiet until I get to know you and you get to know me, then the gloves come off and it's time for practical jokes and witty badgering. The guys I work with who are from New York get me badgering them for being from New York and they me for being from Texas, it's a never ending entertaining cycle. I love women with tattoos. I don't have a lot to say, although I have a lot on my mind, which can be a problem for conversations unless we're talking about something I know and am passionate about. I used to be a mechanic for Nissan and a damn good one at that but that was a former life, that burned me. I am in the military, I'm an explosive ordnance disposal tech (bomb tech/bomb squad). I love my job, I love what I do for the army, if they tried to give me another job like cook, infantry or engineer I'd quit. I'm going to be honest, I'm not one for meeting new people. I don't put myself out there too often and I'm fine with it. But if you find me interesting and have questions, please ask. The one thing I hate doing is lying, the only reason I ever do is to protect others or to play mind games. I NEVER lie to the people that matter to me (obviously not New Yorkers, JK...). For example; I told my First Sergeant while we were in the emergency room with my tibia sticking out of my leg to call the guy I was supposed to go see Iron Man 3 with (from NY) and tell him I couldn't make it because I had been hauled off to jail, that was entertaining for the entire party (nurses, doctors, etc) all night long. I've learned that the ass chewing from telling the truth is always far less than the ass chewing for lying. That's me in some kind of nutshell. There's more but I never tell the whole story in one sitting.



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