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26 San Diego, CA Man


I’m looking for

  • Women
  • Ages 19–24
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating

My Details

Last Online
Mar 8, 2013
6′ 4″ (1.93m)
Body Type
Mostly anything
Not at all
Aquarius, but it doesn’t matter
Working on two-year college
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Likes dogs and has cats
English (Fluently), Japanese (Poorly), Sign Language (Poorly)

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My self-summary
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First and foremost: I'm a geek, and that's not a bad word ("nerd" is, but that's another story).

I also know this is a lot of information. Feel free to skim if you like; I simply put in everything I thought might be relevant, even if it may harm my chances in the short term. Better than leaving unpleasant surprises, right? Good news: You can count on this kind of honesty from me.

Video games are my hobby of choice and I wouldn't be who I am without them. If given a good enough reason (such as a steady girlfriend), I'd have no problems cutting back my play time, but eliminating it entirely is out of the question. Of course, this doesn't mean that they're all I do. Fun Fact, though: You don't have to play video games to enjoy them! There are plenty that are great just to watch, especially when played well! I actually really enjoy gaming with an audience, because it gives me a chance to share something I love with someone who likely wouldn't have an opportunity to experience it otherwise. Also, watching professional gaming matches can be quite riveting! If you can't wrap your mind around that, just picture how many football fans there are who don't play football.

I also play Dungeons and Dragons with a group of friends, and no, I'm not one of the stereotypical D&D players. We play because the game system is fun and it can be fun to explore stories together. It's not a game of victory or defeat; it's a game of cooperative storytelling.

I hit the gym two to three times per week to keep in shape because I like to feel good and I like looking in the mirror and thinking that I look good. I don't care for sports, but there are still some that I find more interesting than others (tennis, soccer, or anything with constant activity until a point is scored).

I'm somewhere between theism and deism, in terms of religion. I'm a firm believer in science, but I believe in the possibility of a supreme being and I believe that we should be genuinely decent people, and I view most religious texts as books of allegories designed to teach people how to lead better lives as humans. I've got no qualms with the religious, provided they don't use religion as an excuse for hatred against anyone.

I don't do drugs and I don't look favorably upon them because I've seen too many friends destroy themselves.

I don't drink but that's more because I don't like the taste of alcohol (regardless of what it's mixed with).

I was born and raised in Southern California, living in San Diego for all of my life that I can remember. I can't say I'm a fan of the weather (It can get too hot here! And I like rain and snow!), but I can tolerate it. The beach wouldn't be my first choice of places to hang out, though I can think of worse. I just really dislike that salty, sandy feeling that doesn't come off until you've showered like three times. Outdoor activity is acceptable as long as I've got someone worthwhile with whom to participate in it. I can certainly appreciate nature's grandeur, but I'm not the type of guy who'd like to isolate himself just to see it. I prefer trees to flowers, because I feel better when I look up than when I look down when looking at inanimate objects.

I'm loyal to a fault, I'm great at information retention, I'm a great listener, I enjoy laughing and making people laugh, I don't cook (but that's because I don't have the recipes or the drive at present; I can follow a recipe very well), I try to be optimistic whenever possible, I enjoy looking at both sides of an issue before making a decision, and I try to keep an open mind.

I'm a slow starter, but once I start doing something, I will see it through to the end. I enjoy a good challenge, and when applicable will insert my own handicaps if I find something too easy.

I live with my parents, but that's because I'm a full-time student and can't afford to live on my own (plus it comes with advantages such as them paying for food and gas and utilities). There's plenty of time when my parents aren't around each day, and I still have some income.

I have had only one previous relationship. It lasted over a year before ending. I'm still friends with her, but the romance is definitely gone. She's on the other coast and engaged to another guy, so there's that too.

I'm not a huge fan of tattoos or piercings, but if they're discreet I can overlook them.

I am a virgin and saving myself until I feel it's the right time, because I believe that sex should mean something and that my first time should be important. I want to share it with someone with whom I am truly in love.

Bonus points if you're 5'8" or taller, but I'm open to anything for now, particularly given the rarity that is tall girls.
What I’m doing with my life
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I'm currently taking general education courses at a community college while deciding what it is I want to do. I'm considering trying to get into voice acting given that I enjoy reading things aloud and I'm always told I have a good voice for it. However, I'm aware that it's not something that can translate into an actual career unless I get insanely lucky, so I'm still taking classes to broaden my horizons. Astronomy is also incredibly interesting to me, though I'm not sure if it's something I'd be able to get myself to do for a living. Writing is also incredibly fun and rewarding when the mood strikes!

As for the hereafter, I'd prefer to get to stay in San Diego or to move somewhere greener.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Video games, math, English, speaking, logic, problem solving, witticism, listening, and a number of other things.

If I am bad at something that I don't find unpleasant, I tend to work at it until I become good at it. There's no reason for me to deny myself something when I can instead improve myself.
The first things people usually notice about me
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I'm huge (6'4", to be precise) and have a striking voice. I've also gotten several compliments on my eyes. Definitely the first thing is the height, though. And people who read this profile tend to notice that I'm a geek and I'm almost positive that most just write me off there without reading further, which is a shame. Well, nuts to them!
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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The Count of Monte Cristo was a good one. I love books in which you can watch a plan come together. There are a handful of other books I enjoy (World War Z, Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, Heaven's Devils, anything by H.P. Lovecraft...), but I wouldn't call any book my favorite.
My favorite comic book series is easily Atomic Robo, however (particularly the third trade paperback). The Scott Pilgrim series is also great.
The Shawshank Redemption, The Hangover, Forrest Gump, Scott Pilgrim Versus the World, Cloud Atlas, and a bunch of other movies of varying genres. I'm not a fan of mafia films, but beyond there I like a little bit of everything.
Doctor Who is amazing. The Big Bang Theory is excellent, Breaking Bad is incredible, Walking Dead is great and I need to catch up on it, Futurama used to be great and is now just decent, Bones is pretty good, Mythbusters is always a good time (even if they delve less into the actual science than I'd like).
Depends on my mood and what I'm feeling like. I listen to a lot of soundtracks of movies and games, as well as just about anything that I hear that's catchy. I'm really into chip music right now, with notable artists being Anamanaguchi, Bit Shifter, and Nullsleep.
Steak. I'm also a fan of Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese, Mongolian, and just about any east Asian food. Mexican food is good, and I particularly enjoy Tex-Mex. Not a big fan of authentic Italian, but "fake" Italian (like you can find in most pizza shops) is good stuff.
Video games:
I know it's not a category listed here, but it should be. I like a little bit of most things, though I harbor nothing but resentment for the gamers who seem to think that Halo, Gears of War, Call of Duty, and their ilk are the only games that exist (or are the only ones worth playing). My favorite franchises include, but are not limited to: Metroid, Mario, The Legend of Zelda, Monster Hunter, Bit.Trip, Metal Gear, Katamari, Disgaea, Final Fantasy (classics, not so much the newer ones), Golden Sun... The list goes on.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
1. Friends. A life lived alone is hardly worthwhile.
2. Family. I wouldn't be here without them.
3. Video games. My favorite activity to participate in. If I can't play games, then I'm just not me.
4. The Internet. If I'm not connected, something is wrong. That's not to say, however, that I devote my attention to it. (NOTE: Exceptions can be made if planned in advance!)
5. My cats. They always make me feel better when I'm down, and they make me smile whenever they can.
6. Intelligent conversation. I start thinking aloud if I go too long without someone else to talk to, and that just weirds me out.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
The future, the present, and the path between the two of them. I also sometimes get stuck trying to puzzle out how certain things work.

Recently I've been thinking about space a lot, because space is just awesome. Plus I always feel better if I look at stars for two seemingly contrary reasons. If you want to know them, you'll have to ask me!
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Either at home playing games or having dinner with my family.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I'm not sure. Define private for me and I'll let you know. I'm something of an open book; I don't hide anything unless it is entirely personal (read: doesn't affect anyone else) and I feel the need to hide it. I try to be as straightforward as I can, because forging a relationship under false pretenses just doesn't work out.

I can say that my walls have a dolphin trim left over from when I was barely in junior high. I was really big on marine biology back then, and while I still think it's interesting, I kinda wish I went with a more neutral setup.
You should message me if
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You like what you've read and you fit the "I'm Looking For" section's stipulations, and are a non-smoker, as I'm allergic to smoke.

And if I've messaged you, I'd certainly appreciate hearing back, even if it's just rejection! I can learn from negative responses, but non-responses give me literally nothing! I'm sure most people would prefer a rejection over nothing, actually. At least then there's closure!

Note that "new friends" is the starting point, here. There's no point to romance if there isn't also friendship, and there's nothing wrong with finding more friends even if it doesn't develop into romance!