There are many things you may be wondering about me, provided you have probably already encountered me in Towns 2 or Hollywood. I will not give you my real name until I feel more comfortable around you, but I will give you a few tidbits of my personal life outside of Gaiaonline. First and foremost, I am twenty-two years old. Some people might think that after eighteen, you're too old for someplace like Gaia, but truth be told, you don't stop playing something you've enjoyed for more than seven years. You may also be wondering, "Wow, does this loser even have a job or does he just sit here all day?"
I'm happy to report that I work full time as part of the yard crew at a local farm market and garden center. My job is outdoors (so I do get a fair amount of sunlight) and my primary duties are working with both landscapers and retail customers interested in purchasing plant material or bulk soil and stone, unloading and organizing new stock which range from something as small as a one gallon potted perennial to as large as a twelve to fifteen foot birch tree complete with root ball attachment, and finally, putting up with my co-workers' crap, that being a job in itself. I do enjoy my job very much and I take pride in manual labor. If you have any questions about what I do for a living, or plants, I would be only too happy to assist or answer you.
Now that you know about my age and my job, let me tell you a bit about my hobbies. By now, you may have noticed the sketches on my profile. I do enjoy sketching, not only horrifying creatures, but also landscapes and certain things from the video game, Halo, in which I am a very big fan. I would classify myself as a fanboy, but that would imply I was a boy, so I will instead say I am a fanman. You're never too old for video games in my opinion. Between sketches and video games, I also enjoy writing. I write about various subjects and in many different forms. Most of my work is physical, meaning it exists on paper, and I admittedly haven't written any poems or short stories in some time, my primary focus being a novel in which I am proud to state is forty-seven pages strong.
Now I will tell you a bit about my personality. On Gaia, I tend to be a bit of a formal individual. You will constantly see me using punctuation and capitalization in my sentences, not to mention correcting myself if I catch a mistake. I can be relatively stubborn if someone insists I should do something, but I can also be very kind to people who are kind to me. I am also shy around strangers, and I tend to disappear if too many people show up, as to not cause any awkwardness. But until you show me that you are not willing to be friends with me somehow, either by never speaking to me or by dodging my presence or constantly avoiding questions, I will remain loyal to you.
Now, outside of Gaia I'm a slightly different person. I can still be shy at first, but I am not nearly as proper. I joke around a lot, but that doesn't mean I don't know how to be serious. I also do some impressions when you get to know me well enough and I feel comfortable around someone (albeit in my opinion, ones that just barely pass for impressions). I share my experience in particular situations and I also do my very best to try and make someone laugh when they feel shitty. Laughter is indeed the best medicine for someone who feels down. Now, when I'm having a bad day, I tend to be quiet and I try my best not to talk much, considering my mind is shutting out everything for the time being, to focus on fixing my problem, so don't take it personally.
Finally, the kind of music I tend to enjoy goes beyond most people's eardrums. Most of the bands I listen to are ones very few people have ever listened to, let alone heard of before. I will do my best to update my profile's music weekly, so that you can get a small taste of my rather odd taste in music.
I think I've covered everything basic. My age, occupation, hobbies, personality and musical tastes. If you have any other questions not covered by this not-so-brief profile description, please feel free to ask. Thanks for reading, and I'll see you online.