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27 M Donald, OR

My Details

Last Online
Today – 9:10am
6′ 1″ (1.85m)
Body Type
Strictly anything
Atheism, and laughing about it
Gemini, but it doesn’t matter
Dropped out of university
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Doesn’t have kids, but might want them
Likes dogs and likes cats
English (Fluently)

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My self-summary
Been pretty nerdy for years, that's unlikely to change in the near future. Highly opinionated, fairly hirsute, not afraid to go for those vocabulary deep cuts.

Pretty much weird as hell in a vast assortment of different ways, to some degree or another.
What I’m doing with my life
Enjoying being back in Oregon after 4 years away, even if Portland has never been a town I'm especially familiar with. I've been around it, I just don't often stop anywhere.

I'm slowly trying to imbibe at least one of every beer they brew around here, which is quite a few. My love of some over others might be sabotaging me. For example Chainbreaker, which is my new favorite beer, tends to find its way into my glass with absurd ease.

Otherwise planning my next few tattoos and trying not to end up sleeping on the street or something.

Also I guess there's this, which probably counts as a miserable excuse for getting out and hanging out with people (all my friends are far away now waaah).
I’m really good at
Making a long story absurdly long, letting my beard grow, getting over excited about things by myself. Letting my pet peeves get the better of me. I'm pretty good at noticing things around me, except when I'm too self absorbed.

Creative cursing, lighting cigarettes in inclement weather (practically a PhD there) and indulging my own inner ill-concealed sarcastic bastard.
The first things people usually notice about me
Now that my hair is starting to get longer again it has this incredibly annoying tendency to do some strange kind of Flying Nun thing out from the side of my head. Especially when I wear a hat, and I often wear hats.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Everytime I try to write something here, it ends up being about 18 pages long, because sometimes I really want to share the things I like with other people, which I think is a perfectly normal human urge?

Anyway, I'll just put the most recent or most notable few entries for each.

Books: Started re-reading the Malazan Book of the Fallen, because it might be the most amazing fantasy series ever. I've read Song of Ice and Fire, just about everything JRRT ever wrote, and a good deal more beside, and I still can't think of anything to compare it to. Maybe Dune? Also I'm always happy to flip through a Terry Pratchett book for the 19th time, or read some H.P. Lovecraft or Robert E. Howard

Movies: Old movies, especially if they have Cary Grant. Samurai movies, Yakuza movies, Kung Fu movies, Korean horror, and a decent variety of other films with subtitles. Say Studio Ghibli movies for example. Good Sci-Fi movies occasionally seem to be hard to come by, so pass there. Most things with Clint Eastwood, and Mel Brooks movies never get old.

Shows: I hate to say I don't watch alot of TV, since it sounds slightly douchey depending on how you get it across, but I do try to keep up on Archer, The Daily Show (and of course Colbert Report), and Top Gear. I usually watch them for the lols, or just leave it on History Channel or whatever and marinate in a fine stew of WW2 and science. I have a hard drive with more anime on it then might be a good idea to admit, and a good amount of that is Gundam.

Music: Trampled By Turtles, Capsule, mc chris, MF Doom, some old punk rock and other oddities (Devo, for real). The rest is just a metric shit ton of metal or somewhat metal like music. Most with screaming (Pig Destroyer, they are great), and some without (The Sword), or at least with less (High On Fire). Why not have a heady mix of Grindcore, Death Metal, and Doom? Or sludge, or stoner, or whatever you like to call it. And then round it out with a Japanese Electronic act called Capsule, who are super catchy. Oh, and mc chris when I want to hear some nerd ryhmes.

I think that's a pretty good, and most importantly BRIEF description. I could rattle on about this forever.
The six things I could never do without
Literally or metaphorically? I'll go with the latter.

Some American Spirits (especially the black packs).
Goofing off online.
Sweet transportation.
Something to read (applies at all times really).
A good beer now and then.
My music collection, I lost it once, nevar again.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
"How long since I've had a cigarette? I'm bored / outside doing nothing, is it too soon for another?" That's a recurring theme.

I've been known to have the Spanish Inquisition song from History of the World pt 1 looping repeatedly between my ears. It really is absurdly catchy.

Gundams, lightsabers, spaceships, the possible application of Jedi powers in a given situation, stormtroopers, Cthulhu, tattoos, septum piercings (and the women who have them), frickin laser beams, sci-fi physics (FTL travel, orbital elevators, space stations etc) robots and AI, really good Doom Metal riffs, beer, swords and/or sorcery, and so forth are what normally occupy my higher cognitive functions probably a good 90% of the time.
On a typical Friday night I am
Trying to think of something more exciting to do, normally.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I started writing myself some Mobile Suit Gundam fan fiction, maybe some day I'll even finish it.

And no it's not of the Sleggar X Amuro (or whatever ships your boat) variety either, since I have no interest in fictional characters' sex lives.

And if I did do erotic Gundam fanfiction, it would totally be about the mobile suits knocking chassis together, because I saw that in a comedy manga once and I nearly died laughing.
I’m looking for
  • Girls who like guys
  • Ages 20–30
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating
You should message me if
If you're bored, curious, want to play the riddle game ("what has it got in its pocketses" is not technically a riddle), challenge me to some kind of nerd-off or something, or just because.

Especially though, if you're a major metalhead, a bit of a punk, or have ever identified with the eponymous Nerd Grrrl mc chris was singing about.

Oh... yeah, shit nearly forgot, if you know what shoegaze is and why any kind of music by that name would be popular, because I'm woefully ignorant regarding most genres of music that don't involve loud-ass guitars and distortion.