1. Describe yourself as if you were writing a personals ad.
I’m a single guy in my 30’s. I like to be active (I have two gym memberships and don’t go to either one), I’m very spiritual (I went to Agape for a month), I’m an avid reader (People and Vanity Fair), I’m a strict vegetarian (when I’m not eating fish, chicken, or beef), I’m very social (I hang out in bars) but also an introvert (I hang out in bars by myself). I’m looking for the “One” (’til the next one comes along), someone who really gets me (worships me). All cerebral types (who work out) apply.
2. If you had two tickets to paradise, where would you go and who would you take?
I’ve been to paradise, but I’ve never been to me. I think I would go to Costa Rica. I was there for a few hours and what I saw was gorgeous and I wanted to stay longer. I would bring my friend Jay with me because he is highly adaptable like myself and I hate having to take care of people.
3. Who plays you in the movie?
I think that depends on the budget. I think I would play myself in present day, but for the younger years, it could only be Haley Joel Osment.
4. Who do you go to for advice?
I have different people for different departments of advice. For love and relationships, I usually stay away from my gay friends because they usually put their relationship stuff on me. I would go to my friend Carrie because she is the most levelheaded person I know.
5. What makes you cry?
The last thing that made me cry was the movie The Family Stone. The scene where everyone is sitting around the dinner table and SJP’s character questions the wanting of a gay child. She continues by saying that with all of the challenges in this world, wouldn’t you want your child to be normal? Diane Keaton’s character flips out, and then tells her gay deaf son that he is more normal than any of the fuckers sitting at this table. It just killed me.
Bonus: Toilet roll – over or under?
Over, because that’s the way Jennifer Aniston does it and hasn’t she been through enough?
(t/y Ray Cochran)