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30 M Dallas, TX

My Details

Last Online
Today – 11:00am
5′ 8″ (1.73m)
Body Type
Not at all
Agnosticism, and laughing about it
Aries, but it doesn’t matter
Dropped out of university
Entertainment / Media
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Doesn’t have kids
Likes dogs and has cats

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My self-summary
Oh boy.

The other day I went with a big group of friends to celebrate one's birthday party. We went to a place called Shenaniganz in Rockwall. This is a restaurant + bowling alley + arcade + minigolf + go kart + laser tag + inflatable jumpy room place. After eating, everyone was milling about trying to decide what to do. I came over, leaned in so everyone crowded around, said "ALL OF IT, MOTHERFUCKERS", and promptly went to go buy tickets for the lazer maze. We spent the rest of the night being 12 years old again.

Except in the inflatable jumpy-room. Apparently you have to be 8 years or under to be allowed in there. I know, bullshit, right?

I may have tried to make a friend's go kart spin out. I was legitimately sad that we didn't actually go bowling or play glow-in-the-dark minigolf. I was a one man army of light-blasting destruction during laser tag; I got FiRST PLACE. I know, I know, sexy as hell, but please keep your hands, feet, and panties inside the ride at all times.
What I’m doing with my life
I'm working in the gaming industry at a mobile apps studio as a QA manager. My goal is to move into a design or production position.

I recently started jogging; I've been breaking in some minimalist running shoes (or maybe they've been breaking me...). I can't go very far, yet, but in my mind I run for miles and miles each time.

I'd like to travel, and do some outdoorsy things, especially kayaking/canoeing. Have you been anywhere interesting in the great Dallas-area outdoors?
I’m really good at
Almost anything. So long as I have Google, some time, and a roll of duct tape.

Games, man. Controllers, cards, boards, balls - doesn't matter. I'll learn it, and I'll be damn good. Not to brag, but I'm currently Wood 3 in League of Legends. You want to go a round?

Driving. Or at least I think I am. I've only hit a dumpster once, OK? And that was a long time ago.

Taking a joke. Try me!
The first things people usually notice about me
I've been confused for an angel as the sun reflected 'round my freshly-shaven dome. On a rainy day, I don't shine like a beacon of all that is pure and radiant, so... my shit-eating grin.

Or maybe it's my totally funny, incredibly witty, completely inoffensive (OK, sometimes it's veiled vulgarity) shirt.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I've been on a sci-fi / fantasy kick for reading. The last series I read was The Night Angel trilogy by Brent Weeks. It wasn't bad! I'm in the middle of Pariah, by Dan Abnett, on whom I have the biggest wordnerd-crush.

As for TV - Game of Thrones. Holy whoa. After last season, everything else has been pale. Though, I guess my good-TV withdrawal is not helped by watching the last season of True Blood. That was... that was not good. The final seasons of Breaking Bad and Dexter... That Breaking Bad finale was everything you want from an ending to something you've been enjoying for years. That Dexter finale was fantastic... if you got up and left a couple of minutes before the actual end. Luckily, Big Bang Theory, How I Met Your Mother, and Sons of Anarchy have started up.

Music - EVERYTHiNG THAT SPOTiFY SUGGESTS. No, but really, I've made more playlists on that program than I'll ever be able to listen to. Some stars are Blue Stahli, she, Scar Symmetry, Soilwork, Disarmonia Mundi, Deadlock, Lamb of God, Otep, Incubus (but only S.C.I.E.N.C.E.), Alice in Chains, The Agonist, Streetlight Manifesto, Conjure One (I had Sleep on repeat for days).

Food - I've been trying a lot of new restaurants, especially places serving boba. Probably the best experience has been Fogo de Chao. I never had Brazilian barbecue before that, and whoa, it's amazing. My favorite new sandwich shop is Great Outdoors.

Movies - Fugeddaboutit. I'll watch anything. The last few movies I've seen were Tucker and Dale vs Evil, Evil Dead (the new one, Pacific Rim, The Wolverine, Safety Not Guaranteed, Seeking a Friend for the End of the World, This Is the End, The Town, Jurassic Park (blast from the past)... I'm just going to stop. Give me a movie. Bradleys love movies.
The six things I could never do without
1 & 2 - Brutal and Savage. My munchkins. No, we're not part of the lollipop guild. Munchkin is a breed of cat. Don't know what one is? Do yourself a favor and work your Google out. Very much NSFW (because you won't get any done after seeing them).

3 - My computer. Right now it's my TV, my social outlet for keeping up with friends in far, far away lands, my stereo, my theater.

4 - Bottled water. Why, oh why, must the tap water in Dallas be so awful? I even tried using a filter. There were still baby alligators swimming around.

5 - My parents. They've been incredibly important to me, especially with my desire to quit a "real job" helping run shops in Houston, so that I can pursue a creative career in gaming.

6 - My phone. Not because it makes calls, but because I can carry a million, bazillion books around in my pocket.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
How long my kittens would go before eating me, should I die. One's nibbling my toe right now...
On a typical Friday night I am
Going out with friends to eat, see a movie, or play some board/card games.

Sitting at home relaxing in my recliner reading a book with a crumpet and tea. (I've never had a crumpet. Are they good?)

Sometimes I say "screw being social, that's for nerds" and play video games until the sun comes up.

Exacting vigilante justice upon the dregs of downtown Dallas, while wearing a black cape, shipmaster's hat, and banana hammock. They call me... Captain Zebra. I'm not the hero they wanted, and I'm not the hero they needed. (I've only ever driven through downtown. Have you been? If so, what did you enjoy/dislike?)
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I'm super nervous about this whole online-dating shebang. What if they all laugh at me? What if I get dick pictures in my inbox...
I’m looking for
  • Girls who like guys
  • Ages 21–40
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating
You should message me if
You want to chat a little bit, get to know me, maybe get an ice cream or a soda pop.

Or a gluten-free, sugar-free, vegan, cage-free chocolate chips, pesticide-free, organic cookie. But I'll judge you so very hard.