Skin deep, a lover of classic films and cult hits alike, a music freak, a theater geek, and a writer. Likes black and goth and metal apparel. Has long hair, kept as neatly as possible on good days. Is of average attractiveness. Perhaps somewhat above-average.
Past the first layer is a persona concocted primarily to keep distance between himself and others. Superior, abrasive, arrogant, caustic, and vaguely unpleasant in a general sense. This means that most people don't get too close, but those that do are worth befriending.
Deeper still lurks a person ruled by contradictions. A dark romantic who believes in multiple true loves, but also is haunted by the fear that no one will ever fit just right. Paradoxically a possessor of both a superiority and inferiority complex. A liberal fountain of advice on all matters of love and life, but cannot take his own advice well. Advocates free expression, but probably couldn't even tell someone that he loves them without coaxing.
In short, a very interesting person with far too many issues. Will one day be a very happy and successful person, if he can find the right person to be happy for.
Guy 2: Yeah, little bit, but he's cool enough, I guess.
"I don't care"
"Doesn't matter to me"
Blakes are usually easy to spot because of their florescent white/pale skin. If one is trying to attract or hunt a Blake, one should use Orange Crush soda pop, assorted Starburst flavors, and large bags of Original Lays chips to bait a Blake.
Also see "Blaking Out"
"Quit being a Blake and choose something."
-To Blake something is to monumentally destroy something, cause a debacle, or fuck something up, in a fashion that only Blake Wood could.
-To Blake something can also be a minor inconvenience you cause to a group of people. Eg. Inviting everyone to a weekend getaway, running out of phone battery, and sending everyone to the complete wrong address. "You Blaked it! You fuck."