58" chest, 43" waist. 8" cockNatural hair colour:
Anchor tattoo on upper left arm. Heart tattoo (with "Lily" badly drawn over) on upper right arm. Nose has obviously been broken at least once.Body hair:
Basically hairy all over. Neither trimmed nor styled.Close Friend or relative:
His sister Denise. She's married to a dentist and has two kids, but she'll always be his kid sister. Likes:
Cheesesteaks, blow jobs (receiving), Sunday football, a thick roll of cash, cartoonsDislikes:
Politicians, fancy restaurants, most vegetables, higher education, computersPersonality:
Nick is a "man's man", by his own estimation. He's a proud blue-collar worker, from a long line of men who didn't mind getting their hands dirty. Although his first and second marriages didn't work out, and he has no kids, he still considers himself a success. Nick owns his own one-man business, fixing plumbing problems throughout South Philly. Most of the money he earns either gets burned at bad sports bets or turned into piss, by way of beer. Nick is currently single but "enjoys the company" of a variety of lady friends, though none are what he would consider serious relationships. He has been told, and has no reason to doubt, that he's pretty good in the sack.
Nick's world is pretty black and white. There are things that men do, things that women do, and no reason to go changing the rules now. He's inherently suspicious of anyone who uses big words. Nick's not above getting into a fistfight on a Saturday night after a couple of beers, and has the scars to prove it. He is proud of his six years in the merchant marines and considers himself a self-made man: "Nobody ever gave me nothing." He'll do just about anything to avoid looking like a coward, and is prone to fall for stupid dares.Reason to be here:
Nick has a number of friends who seem to be doing much better than him financially. Some have mob connections, others are just much better than Nick at financial management and life in general. He's getting older and starting to worry about his future, but rather than putting together any kind of real plan he's looking for a quick fix. Gambling isn't working out too well -- he's further behind than when he started -- but this TV show looks like it could be his golden ticket. He might not be the sharpest tool in the shed, but from what he's heard this isn't like those other game shows with all of those tricky questions. This one sounds like something a real man would be good at, though admittedly the details are kind of unclear.