I'm bi racial. NOT BISEXUAL. LOL. 6'1 with a shaved head and goatee. Stocky build. I love being outside and love being indoors as well. Like movies,spending time with my kids, and my grandson that's a 1 yr old. He's my lil homie. I just lost a granddaughter in March. I just got out of a 14yr relationship cuz of her unfaithfulness. I'm looking for a friend maybe even more in the future. But someone to hangout with and chill. Someone I can smile and have fun with and laugh. I do not discriminate against n e 1. Spiritual but not really a church going person. A smoker trying to cut down on those and drinkin but don't mind if others do. Don't mind going to clubs or bars but its mostly the samething all the time people get drunk and then fight never fails. Open to try new things with the right girl or I should say woman. I also like music and riding and traveling to my home away from home San Antonio.
Who would you like to meet?
Some1 that is trustworthy and drama free. And that doesn't mind a lil THC smoke. Not really picky.
What Type of music do you like?
Rap, Hip Hop, R n B, Rock, dont mind country but can deal with it. Doesn't matter really.
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