People (best friends, my mom, etc.) often say I look like way too much of a “bro” or a “douche” in my pics. I can see that, but you’d probably look like a douche if frequent rips from loaded beer bongs, countless purchases of bedazzled Ed Hardy t’s, and constant slaying of sorority chics defined your early adulthood too. Ok, ok, little of that is true. Chalk the possible misconception up to poor lighting and bad angles?!? In the world outside of internet dating, I’d like to believe most people enjoy my company. However, an exception to the Law of Relativity douchebaggery is not. So if you’re so concerned with upholding an uber cultured and sophisticated image to the point that taking in an occasional TV show is beneath you, or you're consistently surprised when I can't regurgitate the life's work of the obscure, deceased author or artist you're somehow on first name basis with, or the occasional thought of sports doesn't only disinterest you, but actually irritates you, or if your first instinct is to scorn my feigned ignorance rather than laugh over a light-hearted, judgmental joke, I MIGHT be a dbag in your eyes. I’ll live...unless you’re really hot, in which case, I take it all back. Crap, was that a douche-y thing to say?
**If you list HBO's "Entourage" as one of your favorite shows, please note that you already have one strike against you**
Movies: Anything Nic Cage and if I don't have time for a full movie, I just YouTube: "Nicolas Cage Losing his Shit"
Reading: Math text books, industry whitepapers, self help
Food: Mostly anything
Music: calypso music played in subways
My Teeter Hang-ups
Strenuous physical activities
Wit - enough of it to allow me to go beyond listing "Friends/Family" here
Currently - I pick egg shells out from my breakfast each morning trying to learn.
(cue sad trombone)
You made at least one attempt at a joke in your profile.
You managed to effectively sum up your love of travel in something less than 3 paragraphs. I get it....you love to travel....who doesn't?
You like Curbed, Always Sunny, and Archer. I don't know how we COULDN'T be best friends if that were so.
You have at least one pic that isn't so Instagram-ed, I can barely distinguish you from some faded dude in the back of my dad's hippie, college yearbook (nothing against Instagram...I'm just saying there are other places more suitable for saturation effects...).
You're good with knots.