I'm an easy going polyamorous chap in an open marriage. I like
people and I try to be open minded about things.
In terms of my life, I'm definitely the protagonist. After I crawl
out of bed in the morning, and after I stop yelling and writhing, I
consume breakfast. This is the most jentacular moment of my day, a
sensation I simply cannot forget.
What I’m doing with my life
Lamenting. I'm trying to piece things together since I discovered
that my spirit animal is a sea cucumber.
Overall I'd say I'm pretty gruntled with my life right now.
I’m really good at
Writing ridiculous, deliberately bad obscene fan fiction about
things I don't know anything about. That is, if you can be really
good at doing something badly.
The first things people usually notice about me
I'm quite tall, I suppose. That's noticeable, even from a distance.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Movies: The Big Lebowski, Galaxy Quest, Die Hard. I actually like
really weepy dramas but don't tell anyone.
I have experienced The Room in the cinema several times. It's life
changing. Edit: Have now met and touched Tommy Wiseau.
I enjoy sci-fi books, especially older ones. Rendezvous with Rama
is a good one. John Wyndham had some alright short stories too. I
have read too many books on the history of mathematics (seriously:
My favourite television show is The Adventures of Pete and Pete.
That or Sexy Commando. I have also enjoyed The Wire, Farscape and
shamefully One Piece.
Music? I enjoy music of many kinds. Did you know that the most
painful song ever is probably "Stop the War" by Hungarian rapper
'Speak'? It's truly awful.
I am not good with food.
The six things I could never do without
I think this question isn't very good because I struggle with my
opinions every day.
Words, they are so much fun.
Computers/internet, because I am a huge nerd.
Pizza. No explanation needed.
Things to ponder. I'm always thinking.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Unsolved mysteries, ciphers, old manuscripts, that kind of stuff.
Why? Because it's interesting.
On a typical Friday night I am
Hahaha, who am I kidding, sitting around at my house. What's the
shame in that? I try to visit my house at least once a day.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I teared up when watching Finding Nemo. It was the one bit about
the fish that really did it. I don't even know if fish can cry.
You should message me if
If you want to chat because I'll likely be too much of a
downtrodden old man to ever message anyone. I like to chat and/or