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I’m looking for

  • Women
  • Ages 25-45
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating

My details

Last online
Yesterday – 7:19pm
Asian, Hispanic / Latin, White
Relationship Type
Strictly monogamous
6' 1" (1.85m)
Doesn’t have kids
English (Fluently), Spanish (Fluently), C++ (Somewhat)
My self-summary
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I moved here from Houston in 2013 in order to attend UT Dallas. Once the summer term officially ends, I'll have degrees in both software engineering and computer science, so if your company is hiring people in my field, let me know!

Ideally, I'd like to get a job as video game developer, as that's the primary reason I decided to finish my degree after a semester break that lasted 15 years, but I doubt that's going to happen without first putting in some time with side projects to build up a portfolio. We'll see how it goes.

Okay, so here some "fun" facts for those of the Deal Breaker mentality:

• I'm a lefty. It's a big deal. You righties will never understand our plight.

• I'm allergic to cats. My allergies are generally mild, but I did encounter a pair of ninja death kitties once that nearly killed me. That's probably hyperbole, but there *was* considerable swelling involved. Not pretty.

• I hate beer. I'm told it's an acquired taste... so I guess I just never acquired it, and not from lack of trying. I don't think my quality of life has suffered because of it though.

• I'm not a sports fan. Like at all. I mean, I'll suffer through a game if that's what my brother or dad are watching, and I feel like spending time with them, but it's generally not my idea of a good time.

• I like video games. Some friends have referred to my home as GameStop because I literally have hundreds of video games. I don't really play all that much anymore, but it's still my favorite pastime.

• I'm kind of shy. And introverted. And apparently suffer from what I suspect to be mild social anxiety. I know, I know...most girls find this sort of thing incredibly sexy, right? It's the truth though, unfortunately. It's not at all convenient for me, so if it was something I could change, I would've done it by now.
What I’m doing with my life
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I've technically (and soon officially) graduated, so now I'm on the hunt for a job--preferably back in Houston. No offense to y'all who love Dallas, but I do not love your winter weather, and 635 is a motherfucker. Also, tornadoes. Not a fan. Other than that though, it's great. I just miss my friends and family back home.

Oh and earthquakes too, apparently. WTF, Dallas?
I’m really good at
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wasting time. I must have a black belt in time mismanagement because I have no idea where the time goes most days. I am so proficient at it, in fact, that I don’t even have enough time of my own to waste. But that’s where you come in! Should you find yourself with extra time that’s in need of wasting, I’m your man. Satisfaction guaranteed!!

I am, of course, referring to my own satisfaction here, though I’m sure you’ll enjoy yourself too.

The first things people usually notice about me
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The shaved head, I imagine.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Favorite book: Stephen King's It - I still avoid walking past sewer drains, particularly at night.

Favorite movie: Ferris Bueller's Day Off - I can neither confirm nor deny that I watched my VHS copy enough times to wear it out.

Favorite show: The Walking Dead - What can I say? I like zombies.

Favorite song: Take on Me by A-Ha - That music video is still amazing. I mean, what kid didn't wish he could jump into the pages of a comic?

Favorite food: Sushi - I don't think this really requires explanation. It's the best.
The six things I could never do without
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1) Internet access. I would surely die of boredom without it. It also feeds what some consider my sick desire to know the answer to everything.

2) Central air. No pleasure, no rapture, no exquisite sin greater... than central air. I really should change this to "central heating." Why so cold, Dallas? Why so cold? :(

3) Sleep. At the risk of sounding lazy, I love sleeping. LOVE it. But wait! There's more! Dreaming gets thrown in at no extra charge!! Act now!

4) Imagination. You know, for those times when the power goes out.

5) GPS. Holy crap, Dallas! Could you *make* your freeway system any more confusing? I mean, even the GPS gets turned around traveling from Dallas to Fort Worth. Please fix this.

6) My adoring fans. ... What? Hey, I could have adoring fans! I could! You don't know! You *don't* know. ... Whatever. Fine. My friends and family then. Satisfied, killjoy?
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
How I wish I had more time... because there's no time! There's never any time! I don't have time to study, I'll never get into Stanford, I'll let everyone down--I'm so confused!! But everything will be okay. I just need one of these! I need them! I need them, Zack! I have to sing!! "I'm so excited!! I'm so excited!! I'm so... scared!!" *sob*

Okay, but seriously... I guess I've been thinking about what my next step will be. I want to move back to Houston, but there seem to be more opportunities here in Dallas... I've got stronger connections to Houston, but I've made a few friends I would miss if I moved back. I should have stuck to the plan of not making any friends for 3 years. Damn me for being so damned charming and adorable...

Oh, and how I need to lose all this weight I've put on since moving here.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Playing Pathfinder or some such with a bunch of nerds I've met through one of the local Meetup communities.

Yes, I am deeply aware that I am playing the role of the Pot.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I used to be an avid comic book reader/collector, but then my habit grew to the point where I was spending at least $25 each week to maintain it. I've been clean since January 16, 2008. That means I've now been "clean" for over 90 months. Every day is a struggle, y'all.

I really think I deserve a chip for my commitment. No offense to any actual addicts reading this. I'm not trying to make light of your very real struggle.
You should message me if
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Why *wouldn't* you want to contact me? Do it. Do it now.

Are you contacting me yet? ... Well, why the hell not?

In all seriousness though, if we share any common interests, I think we'd have fun hanging out.