Ahh, but see that's the beauty of life, my dear White Chocolate. Real, genuine, honest people are boring.. they are but a dime a dozen, simple peasants adhering to their silly morals. But a fraud..a fake.. an imposter that can manipulate others at will, that can play a role other than themselves. Fascinating and clever. Only the witty and the blessed can sustain fantastic facades.
Just ask Oscar f*cking Wilde.
My apologies for not being a nutjob. I'll reconsider organized crime.
appearance wise, not at all. i'm tall, he's short. i'm kinda lanky, he's stout. he has a beard, i'm clean shaven.
personality wise, not overly similar. he's more of an introvert and is very work oriented. i tend to be extroverted and am easily distracted. he's a sports fan, whereas i tend to play AND follow. i am into a lot of the social sciences and humanities, while he is strictly mathematics and physics.
my dad lives in australia so i only see him very occasionally. but i have heard countless times from my mum and his family how im 'my fathers son'
we share a lot of the same mannerisms and physical characteristics
very similar beliefs and views on world politics
similar personality trates
massive temper when pissed off
pretty laid back
good 4 a laugh
im more academic than him where as hes a plumber but it think thats a result of upbringing
We have a lot of the same mannerisms, love for sports - he taught me how to play baseball/hockey/etc., both have very cause and effect thought processes, both very conservative, both have a firm belief in individuality, and the list goes on. I started listening to classic rock because he had a huge CD collection and I would always pick ones to listen to judging by how cool the cover art was because I had never heard of any of them before. Where I found out about AC/DC, CCR, Skynyrd, Gn'R, Beatles, Eagles, BTO, Zeppelin, Stones, etc. Pretty big impact it turned out to have.
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He rarely watches sports unless I am home, he has only had 1 drink in his life, I'm more emotional. He never played sports growing up even though he was tall and athletic. It was all about work for him but that was what was expected out of him from his father. I'm glad he has given me the oppurtunities he didnt have.
We do get along though most of the time. He does have a sense of humor but you have to catch him in the right mood. He has definitely opened up more as I grew up though. The only thing we can really conversate about for a long time is his work, which he loves. He has a worse temper but nowhere near as bad as his fathers.