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6' 0" (1.83m)
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A little extra
Agnosticism and laughing about it
Working on Two-year college
English (Fluently)
My self-summary
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This profile is in the format of a show on KCET.

Coming up next: OkCupid, the show where individuals in the world of internet dating are profiled. Later, Levar Burton takes your imagination on an adventure through books in an exciting episode of Reading Rainbow!

Narrator: OkCupid, the show where we highlight a single person every night in the fascinating world of online dating. Tonight's profile: Arthur Allblack.

Fade in. Camera pans a library while Vivaldi's Spring plays in the background, stops at me sitting in a chair next to a fireplace in a smoking jacket, smoking a pipe and reading a book. I look up in a false surprise.

"Oh, I didn't notice you walk in, hello and welcome! Tonight, we'll be getting to know an enigmatic and wonderful man of mystery. A man who's lived a life of adventure and unpredictability with a healthy dose of action and intrigue. He's gone on tour with a notorious punk band, fought off vicious dogs to save a family, and has even communicated with the afterlife! A truly amazing individual indeed. Tonight, we examine the profile of the underground hero known as Arthur Allblack! All this and more, tonight, on OKCupid."

I pull out a green jar as I go back to reading my book. Fade down.
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
I'm kicking ass and taking names, but I forgot to bring a pen, so just kicking ass at the moment. I'm a graphic designer with a pension for making really awesome digital art. I'm going back to school to further my skills in design and maybe learn to do IT as well. I like doing art on computers because of the freedom to instantly change everything up. Unlike in a painting, where you're just stuck with that color. I do appreciate painting, but I can't paint for shit really. Hey are you still listening to that Vivaldi? Just checking, it's a great song, isn't it?
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Damn, this would be an extensive list, wouldn't it? Well, I used to work at Nobu, so I'm good at cooking. I'm also good at digital design, think I covered that already. I'm also good at writing, notice my proper use of grammar? I am so smart! S-M-R-T! If you just laughed at that then that means I'm good at making people laugh too, if you didn't laugh then I'm also really good at deluding myself. Uh oh, the music changed to Beethoven's Symphony 9. Now I want to watch Clockwork Orange all of a sudden. "Gorgeousness and gorgosity made flesh!". Apparently I'm also good at movie trivia and making vague references. And of course, I'm also really good at getting it on like Marvin Gaye flipping a light switch. I have no idea what that means, I'm also really good at making up absolute non-nonsensical bullshit.
The first things people usually notice about me
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
I haven't a fuckin clue. If you're racist then you see someone that's a thug, if you're shallow and stuck up, you see a broke ass thug. Then again, you could be thinking I'm some type of hipster, which would really suck, because nothing about me is ironic and I live someplace that hasn't been gentrified yet. Tell me what you notice, cause serious, all I see is a big hunk of sexual chocolate that's delicious and satisfying. Holy shit, that was a block of cheese with lame sauce on top.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Help your potential matches find common interests.
Okay, this is where I get to sound like either a big old psuedo-intellectual or prove that I'm just a big lazy couch potato. Oh, and in case you're wondering, the music is now Mozart's Turkish March, I'm in the mood to listen to the most cliche and overused classical music ever.

Right then, books! That shit I use when I run out of rolling papers. I've read Rousseau's Discourse on Inequality, Fast Food Nation, Ishmael by Daniel Quinn, half of Jack Kerouac's writings and Diane DiPrima's Memoirs of a Beatnik, and all kinds of other cool books. John Waters said to never date a man who doesn't have a book collection, so I got that shit on lock.

Okay, you pretentious types that brag about not having a TV are proving nothing to me except that you're just trying to act like you're more superior than others, like vegans and Christians in Indiana. Truth is I love my shows. Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul, Doctor Who, Sons of Anarchy, Walking Dead and every other show that people cosplay at cons and such. You'll never see people cosplay shit shows like Burn Notice, even though that is a guilty pleasure of mine, but only because of Bruce Campbell, I loved that dude in Evil Dead and Bubba Ho-Tep.

Video games. Nuff said.

Music! And speaking of which, no more of this classical shit. Time to put on some Johnny Cash, currently I'm learning how to play his cover of Hurt from Nine Inch Nails. After that it'll be Sunday Morning Coming Down. Now instead of dropping a bunch of names, I'll mention the genres I'm into: Blues, ragtime, country, Classic R&B(Dale Hawkins, not that Whitney Houston shit), rock and roll, RawkNFuckinRoll(Motorhead, Sweet), punk(New York 77 to 80s hardcore), Oi!, Ska, 2Tone, Rocksteady, skinhead reggae, dub, britpop, funk, 80s-90s hip hop, and of course classical.

Food, who doesn't like food? Of course I love to eat food. I'll be like Anthony Bourdain and shit, I'll even eat food that's still alive. They eat scorpions in Beijing, right? Well pass that bitch over and don't forget the Sriracha! I'll eat anything, I'm like a reincarnated tiger shark.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
Okay, I've been joking around a lot with this question, but seriously, I don't like it. I've read a lot of these from different people, and most of them sound completely materialist and self serving. Like can you really never do without your iphone? It's just a piece of technology we've all grown dependent on just recently. The human race did just fine sending messages tied to a bird's leg for hundreds of years, so I'm pretty sure you can go without your mobile phone for just one day.

So here are mine, and it's not gonna be about my guitar or anything. Though I do need that too.

1. My will to keep getting up after falling down.
2. The ability I have to help others and possibly change lives.
3. The love and support of my mother, who is always there for me.
4. Being alive and free.
5. Never having the fear of trying new things.
6. Overcoming my current fears.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
If I get started on what I'm thinking about, then this would be the longest section on my profile and it would take you forever to read it. I'm trying to keep it short and sweet here.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
What is a "typical" Friday night? If you live a life that's "typical", than that means you're boring and we should not hang out.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
I'll tell you in private.
You should message me if
Offer a few tips to help matches win you over.
You like going out with someone that enjoys dancing, playing soccer and going to live matches, record shopping, skateboarding, playing guitar, going to galleries, browsing bookstores, smoking weed at the beach, drinking a pint at the pub, cooking food for those I care about and being a badass hero whenever it's needed.

Fade up to me sitting at the fireplace, packing a huge nug of Purple Kush into the pipe.

"That Arthur Allblack is one unique individual, isn't he? Definitely not your average run of the mill douchebags like in previous profiles reviewed. There is so much more to be told here, but unfortunately we must draw this profile to a close. We hope you've enjoyed your time here. Tune in next week as we highlight yet another sparkling personality for you, right here, on OkCupid."

Vivaldi plays as the lights dim onset, leaving the silhouette of me hacking up a lung after taking a deep hit. Fade out.

Funding for Arthur Allblack's profile has been provided by: Cannabis and Hash Incorporated, The Corporation for Public Attention Whoring, The WM Keck Foundation, and from the support of readers like you. Thank you!

Butterfly in the skyyyyyy
I can go twice as highhhhh
Take a look, it's in a book!
A Reading Rainbow!

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