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31 • Rochester, NY • Man
I’m looking for
- Women who like men
- Ages 22–35
- Near me
- Who are single
- For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating
- Last Online
- Today – 12:14am
- 6′ 0″ (1.83m)
- Body Type
- A little extra
- Mostly anything
- Agnosticism, but not too serious about it
- Libra, and it’s fun to think about
- Relationship Status
- Relationship Type
- Mostly monogamous
- Doesn’t have kids, but wants them
- Likes dogs and has cats
- English (Fluently), Sign Language (Poorly)
But hey, get paid fairly well for a scut job and I get to drive around all day singing to myself. Maybe one day I'll incorporate some sick whitey dance moves just to complete the special needs image for the other motorists.
Aim to get my EMT-B next semester. Was set to take the courses this semester but life had other plans.
Good news is that I'm just a short sex-change operation away from being a crazy cat lady!
Actually, most people don't seem to notice the scars. Guess I'll just have to be more ludicrous.
When it comes to music my tastes are eclectic. There is a song or artist in just about every genre that I like(or would if I ever listened to . Tend towards rock and, lately, folk/bluegrass.
Breaking Benjamin(Touring again!!! But couldnt' afford to take off and see their show in Buffalo on 10/17 >.<)
Mumford and Sons(which leads to The Lumineers, Trampled by Turtles, and more)
If you combine a violin and/or a bagpipe with my rock I will probably love it.
If you want to whine about your tractor eating your dog right before a grizzly bear did a cannonball onto it.. I'll probably hate it. After Johnny Cash, country just got.. lame and poppy.
And, as someone who grew up IN rural Tennessee, and on a farm no less, I can tell you that most "country" folk don't actually care for country. Classic Rock and Heavy Metal seem to be really popular. To be fair, this is anecdotal evidence, but for every country person I know who built tractors, worked the fields, and whathave you.. there are none I know who liked country music... I may be bitter from experiences in high school and college where spoiled kids who never worked for a damn thing in their life thought that by tossing on that designer cowboy hat, boots, and buying some stupid truck to blare out their Kenny Chesney made them "country". And no, it doesn't.
Random sidenote, Those last couple paragraphs were narrated in my head with my accent, which usually doesn't come out unless I'm drunk or half-dead with exhaustion.
-Irreverence. Nothing is sacred. You have been warned.
-Understatements are also crucial to my ability to function in everyday society.
-Deadpan delivery! Can't tell a good punchline or pull a fun prank if you keep laughing.
-Toilet paper. Seriously, grab the wrong thing to wipe with while you're out in the woods and all kinds of bad happen.
-OCD. Because that gives me a sixth thing. I need a sixth thing. It asks for 6 things.
Occasional turbulence in the form of a story idea or trying to remember how to play whatever song I'm listening to on the guitar.
And, when I do remember how to play a song, why does it sounds more like a small child screaming instead of music? Or is that the sound my cats and roomates make when I try to "music"? Hrmm. I sense a FOR SCIENCE!!! moment coming.
I also have the unfortunate habit of deciding that I want to go to the gym after work on the weekends. Of course, my gym is closed by that point.
I have absolutely no secrets, so if you have the fortitude to ask, I'll answer.
Or you're bored.
Or I sent you a message. You should message me back then. Not only is it nice, but it also helps me make sure the internet isn't broken!
Or if you want to see how many pictures it takes to make it to the center of a non-photogenic Brandon-pop. (In my head that somehow translates to a good picture. Just... Shhh. Go with it.)
Or you can do it because sometimes it's just nice to have a conversation with someone who wants a long-term, preferably(though it doesn't have to be as long as it's consensual on all fronts) monogamous relationship. And knowing that if it does move to a date then sex is NOT the goal in the first 5 minutes. Obviously I need enough time to unset the table and make sure all the dishes are stacked by type and size. There's no OCD here.
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