I suppose some introductions are in order, so let me briefly explain a bit about myself. I'm 26 years old, feeling twice that some days, (mostly) happily married (I did mention high stress as of late, right? Really doesn't help things at home when I'm already on edge), with one child. I'm a bit of a spelling and grammar nazi, at least as far as my own writing/typing, but I really only get OCD about it when dealing with others to gently stir the pot as a joke, or if it's especially outrageous (my personal pet peeves are your/you're/"ur"...hate that one especially, and their/there/they're). I have made it my own personal goal to type as eloquently as I speak...well, at least as eloquently as I can speak when I need to. I'm in the Navy, so yes, I can make paint peel off the walls, old ladies faint, turn the air blue, etc with my swearing ability. I try and limit that as much as possible, and while typing I have the nifty backspace button, so I can type what I'm really thinking, then tell you how delighted I am to talk with you, and that your idea/comment/etc is great, even if I don't agree with it. Typically though, I'm very laid back and understanding. I'm a great listener, if not the greatest at saying what's on my mind. I'm told that I'm funny and witty, so I'll roll with it. I can also drop a room of people (or incite a small riot) with some incredibly horrible puns; you have been warned.
I identify as bisexual, but since I've never actually been with another man, I suppose technically that puts me as "curious." I feel that if you're curious, you really can't say you're 100% hetero, hence my previous identifier. I'm still mostly closeted, due to my job (yes, DADT was repealed, doesn't mean that the bias was too), but a few people know. It makes it easier because my wife is incredibly bi (she actually prefers women to men, I just happen to be the exception), and therefore more than understanding. It's pretty awesome that I'll only get smacked checking out another woman if I DON'T point her out. We have been married for 6 years, and together for 8. We're still crazy in love with each other, and can send people into diabetic shock when we act like newlyweds.
And with that, I run into the wall of "I don't know what else to say or how to easily close it out" (yes, I know, I started a sentence with "And," mere minutes after proclaiming to be a grammar nazi...well, it's my damn blog, so I do what I want!). I'm very interested in meeting new people that I don't have to interact with on a professional level, people who share my opinion on things, and people with differing opinions but are able to be intelligent about it, instead of delving into "who's penis is bigger" matches (and I use that fairly loosely, because I've seen both men and women do it). Namaste!