A: For Starters: I actually answer the interview questions (in more than the required 5 words).
Yes, I'm looking at you EVERY OTHER RENTMEN "PORNSTAR."
Back to the question, the extra mile sounds like a lot of work... wanna go get ice cream and watch Dirty Dancing instead?? kidding;)
I learned at a young age to do something correctly, otherwise what's the point of doing it? This may not mean going the extra mile, but it certainly means taking the time to do things properly; even if it means doing it again. Or like an old coach would say "Don't give me that half-ass BS. I want FULL ASS." Which, now that i think about it, is a very weird thing to say to a bunch of 12 year olds...
A: In terms of travel, I am anything but a home body. For instance, I’m in Palm Springs st least twice a month whether it be to see some of my favorite faces or just to get away from the traffic and residual anger in Los Angeles. I LOVE to travel and sadly I didn’t do a lot as a kid. I’m trying to make up for lost time and see the world! In fact, My very first passport is on it’s way! Where should I go first? 🤔
In most other senses though, I am a homebody. I don’t go out too often; clubs are so much fun but I’m out maybe 3 times a year. I’d much rather cook us a nice dinner, maybe have a few friends over for a movie or game night, and stay in enjoying the good company and warm atmosphere.
A: Oh mylanta how nice does that sound?! Us. Alone. The beach. Nix the wine for some 420 😜. And FOOD? Ugh take me there!!!
Between your company, people watching, me rambling about how waves are made or something, and/or more of me rambling about how perfect and beautiful the day has been, myself and my life may not be a topic of conversation at all. No I’m kidding, I’m a surfer stoner at heart. I grew up by the beach and have countless stories about my brothers wiping out on skim boards, or my dad reeling in an octopus just fishing from the shore. If you’re lucky, you might even see me in a pick up game of volleyball or football.
A: How about a cheesy "motivational" quote instead:
"When you feel good: you look good.
When you think good: you look good.
When you say good: you look good.
When you do good: you look good.
When you eat good: you look good.
When you sleep good: you look good.
When you love your life: you look good."
A: Unique and even a bit personal... Ask me about that in person. I don't have any problem sharing, in fact: one of my favorite things to talk about is the subject of coming out. Anybody that knows me, knows how much I enjoy connecting on a personal level. If we ever meet: there's a solid chance you'll learn a lot about how i got to where I am today.
A: I'm human too, (inner child shouts "I'm a real boy!!").
I FEEL, sometimes a lot. I guess that's the challenge in this industry for me, that I have a hard time being transactional when necessary. I like to believe that people are generally well intentioned and through this business, I struggle to accept that that's just not the case.
That being said, this site has really helped boost my self confidence. Not just for the obvious reasons, but due to people mistaking my kindness for weakness. I have no problem standing up for myself in order to put us back on the same page of understanding.
Just like I fEEEl, I assume everybody else does too; we just don't like to admit it, show it, and/or allow it. LET'S CHANGE THAT! your emotions are your super powers people! Express away!!
Lastly: As far as telling somebody how you feel, I was told once upon a time that anything I say should pass these three "tests"
Is it True?
Is it Kind?
Is it Necessary?
I'm not perfect, I say a lot of un-necessary shit often leaving others thinking i'm more interested than I really am when actually: I'm just being overly kind. It could be worse though, I could be one of those "I'm just being honest" people 😜
A: I live for taking class (I’m tryna dance for Gaga someday okurrr *tongue pop n a hair flip*). Until then, you can find me at edge or millennium or mml, or ida or ya daddy’s house practicing my twerk 😜
My current project outside of dance is actually my room: I’m almost done furnishing it exactly how I’d like it to be and will be painting soon AND I AM SO EXCITED!!!
Otherwise, every bit of spare change I have is going towards a lil beater car.
A: My lifestyle revolves around others 75% of the time. I loan my help to friends, neighbors, strangers even and often help them with getting their room out together, going shopping, fixing a broken table. I love to tinker. I live behind the rule of leaving things better than how I found them which translates to not leaving a project unfinished. If I’m not helping physically, I’m reaching out to those that just need somebody to hear them. Something this community (the es**rting community) doesn’t do enough is be there for one another; we’re already isolated from society, why isolate ourselves from each other?? If you’re ever going through it, call me. A strangers ear is sometimes exactly what you need to work through the rut you’re in. You’ll never know unless you try.
A: The man’s man in adorable boy form; scruffy, intuitive, mature yet, fascinated at the world round him. I’ve gone by Pup for many years and it has nothing to do with the now popular Puppy Play. When I was a kid, my mom and dad noticed how affectionate I was in comparison to the rest of the kids my age, everybody got a hug (which was usually slightly longer than average lol). That with my happy-go-lucky demeanor, Pup seemed to be a pretty fitting name.
Today, I still carry Pup but now, he also has a nameless alter-ego. Pup’s alter ego is a total troublemaker, a little pig dressed in leather, and he’s easily provoked😈. These two characters come in a compact, lean, scruffy boy that many underestimate and few can handle.
Lets just say that my niche is for the man that can handle me making his wants and his needs the same thing
A: "Let be what is." This was something my dad used to say a lot when i was growing up; his shortened version of the 12-step prayer (which is funny considering he didn't get sober until i was 15).
Essentially, these four words are a reminder to stop stressing over the things you cannot control and to always keep looking forward. The thing i enjoy most about myself is that I don' get hung up on the past. My demeanor is so easy going and laid-back as a result of this.
And it's not easy ya know, not everybody can look at a situation and say, "well, it is what it is," and move on with their day, but I know that stressing on something will not change an outcome and therefor will do no good for me in this moment. So, Let be what is and move on.
A: You know, I like to think that if the apocalypse came and did away with all of my possessions that I’d be alright. Or better yet, “if I were stranded on a dessert island and only had 5 things, they would be_____.”
In my life the only things I can’t live with out are Music or sound (idk what I’d do if I couldn’t hear 😨), affection (mostly giving, I love to Love and to Feel), the sunlight (LOVE me some vitamin D 😈), my family (I’m the oldest of four and my siblings are my world), and lastly: Privacy (I take this one for granted but at the end of the day, I just want somehere to go where I can be alone. Whether it’s to reflect, or to masturbte, to groom, to read, to shop, to eat, whatever it is, I enjoy my solitude and have learned to love my lonesome.