Rob Geer, 24
Musician, freelance graphic designer
How he caught our eye: We're suckers for guys with guitars, and it doesn't hurt that he's easy on the eyes.
The perfect date: It has to involve a few drinks, some food and live music.
Something most people don't know about me: This is a hard one, I'm pretty open about things so I think all of my secrets are out in the open.
My passion: Music and the arts. Any kind of art really, like animation or cartoons
Biggest turn-on: Lace Victoria's Secret boy shorts and, of course, a sense of humor
Biggest turnoff: Individually, I guess we have our own lives, and there are things that we do in solitude or with friends that are essential to keep ourselves sane. Girls I've dated have the tendency to creep into that mind frame and take that feeling way. Personal space is good for the soul.
I own too many: Sam Ash guitar picks
My favorite ...
... place in Cleveland: The Grog Shop or the Beachland Ballroom and Tavern. They are both great venues
... book: Well that last book I read was called Assholes Finish First by Tucker Max, and it's absolutely hilarious.
... musician/band: Lately I've been listening to Nathaniel Rateliff and Tallest Man on Earth. Nathanial Rateliff is awesome and really chill. I actually saw him with Tallest Man on Earth in Chicago, and it was a phenomenal show.
... sports team: I guess all I have to say is LeBron James' mom and Delonte West; I'd leave too.
... TV show: Dexter, How I Met Your Mother, Lost: I want more, I wanted to see what happened to Ben and Hurley. I watched seasons 1-5 in a week and a half. I couldn't help it; I had to.
... vacation destination: Can it be some place I haven't been? Probably England for all the different culture
... dessert: Well, the other night I was feeling pretty inventive and had peanut butter on a waffle with vanilla ice cream and chocolate sauce on top—try out seriously, you won't be disappointed.
... blog: I just kind of stumble on random blogs, there really isn't a particular one
My usual hangout: Frank and Tony's aka Fats, because even though there's one in my dining room, there's a foosball table there. As long as my friends are there, I'm good.
In high school I was ... I got along with pretty much everyone except for this group of kids who actually formed a band against me called AARG, which stood for All Against Rob Geer, I still don't what the hell that was about.
And now I'm ... awesome... I don't know.
My best feature: My voice, but I don't think I should be in charge in deciding that. The ladies tell me I have nice eyes.
My bad habit: Procrastination. I pretty much wait until the last minute to do everything. But at the same time, I work better under pressure, so it works out.
My first kiss: I think it was in fifth grade.
My guilty pleasure: Some country music every now and then, like Alan Jackson. He's pretty awesome.
How my ex would describe me: You'd have to ask her. I think she would say nice things, but I don't know, maybe to my face, but to somebody else, you never know. I made her laugh, so she might say I'm funny.
Going out or staying in: Either, or, I'm completely down with both of those.
Early, late or right on time: Depends on the situation. I'm on time for work. If I'm going out, I'm fashionably late.
Dogs or cats: Dogs, for sure. Labs, any kind of bigger dog. I'm not a fan of those little yippie ones.
Dancing ... yes or no?: If I have enough drinks in me, yes. Weddings, for sure.
Twitter ... yes or no?: Yes.
My longest relationship: I don't know, maybe a year and a half on and off.
Beer, wine or martinis: Beer, definitely. I drink a lot of PBR. But I also drink a lot of C'est La fin du monde. It's French beer; it means the end of the world.
Roses or chocolates: Definitely chocolate, all women love chocolate
My No. 1 dating rule: I don't really have any rules. I try to be a gentleman always, so I'll open the door for her, stuff like that.
My deal-breaker: Trust is key, so if I can tell a girl is lying or if I can't trust you, then it's not going to work at all.
I hate when a date ... constantly talks about themselves.
But I love when a date ... offers to pay half. Even though I'm going to pay, it's nice to offer.
Worst pickup line: If you were a library book, I'd check you out.
If I could date anyone: Natalie Portman, no questions asked. She can even pull off a shaved head.
On a first date I never ... say never. I keep my options open.
Best place to meet someone: I don't know. I'm still single; I guess I have no idea. But I'd say a live music show so we have a mutual interest.
Most unusual place I've met someone: I don't know, but I've met a lot of unusual people.