I started training about 10 years ago because I was skinny and I didn't like it. Although I never reach the "jock" status (and probably never will), over the years, it became sort of a life support system and a part of my morning ritual. The goal shifted from gaining weight to simply maintaining a healthy lifestyle. And if according to some people it makes me more attractive, then so be it...
Born in the Ottawa/Gatineau region, studied and lived most of my life in Montreal, did grad school in Quebec City, and now back to Montreal for work.
Stuff I like includes RPG's, j-pop, disco/80's (yes, I'm corny), jogging, my juicer, politics, Bill Maher, Jon Stewart (who retired :( ) and traveling.
Very environmentally focused.
Francophone de naissance.
Guys I'm Looking To Meet
Adds to your hot list and picture comments are nice and all, but if you use these gimmicks as a conversation starter, they will most likely fail. If you want to get to know me better, just say "Hi!" to my (virtual) face. I'm open to meet guys from all over the world. I make the best effort to write back to everybody, but simplistic profiles or the lack of a clear full face picture of yourself in your *PUBLIC* folder for everybody to see are deal-breakers, in which case you shouldn't expect anything back from me.
I understand that the face value of this site is mostly worth that of a meat market, where catching one's eye is part of the process, hence the shirtless pictures of myself. But that being said, I'm really not that much of a show-off and virtual showers of compliments about my appearance leave me absolutely indifferent.
A fit guy will obviously catch my attention, but a smart conversation and mutual interests will keep it. I also appreciate a guy who can spell properly. I don't know what "sup", "cuz" or "ur" means.
Open to friendship or that special someone. But whatever the relationship, I surround myself with trustworthy people who put their money where their mouth is. I have absolutely ZERO tolerance for flakes.
Tu peux m'écrire en français mais accorde tes verbes et tes participes passés comme il faut, STP.