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29 / M / Straight / Single
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- 6′ 0″ (1.83m).
- Body Type
- Pisces but it doesn’t matter
- Graduated from college/university
- Sales / Marketing / Biz Dev
- English (Fluently), Spanish (Poorly)
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Currently, my day job is as a wine specialist, so I spend a decent amount of time talking and thinking about wine (cocktails are my true love, though). I intend to visit a lot of wineries and tasting rooms during my time in Seattle, if anyone would like to join me.
I'm also a writer. If you'd like to see the kind of things I write about, kindly refer to the link below.
And though this profile is not particularly funny, I can assure you that I have been known to make people smile. Hard.
I love Kubrik's "The Shining" for what it is: a brilliantly crafted and extremely efficient terror delivery system. "Children of Men" for it's unflinching, brutal sense of hope. "China Town" for making me feel like a detective, even if being a detective in that movie doesn't feel particularly good. "The Woman in the Dunes" because geez Louise those actors deserved Oscars for getting so sandy.
"Breaking Bad" was about all I cared about on contemporary TV and now it's over and I'm back to watching Fraser re-runs while cooking dinner. I'm always open to fresh suggestions, though.
Music wise: Okkervil River, Queens of the Stoneage, Los Campesinos!, Eliot Smith... lately, I can't get enough of Godspeed You! Black Emperors, though it does irritate me a bit how they punctuate their name...
- Girls who like guys
- Ages 22–34
- Near me
- Who are single
- For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating
What I will say, however, is that if we exchange messages and I never hear back from you, I won't freak out and will leave you alone. If we meet in person, and it's the last I ever see of you, I won't text and call you for weeks afterwards. I also know that there's no way you can trust me on any of this, as you have not met me and do not know me, and even if we exchange messages, you still will not know me. But it is the truth.
And the truth is: I like going on dates. I like meeting people. I enjoy the commerce of personalities and experiences that happens when two people meet under semi-random circumstances. So if you feel the same way, send me a message, and we'll see where it leads, and if it leads nowhere, that's fine. And if it leads somewhere, that's even better.