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28 M Greenville, NC

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  • Ages 21–32
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5′ 6″ (1.68m)
Body Type
Mostly anything
Leo, but it doesn’t matter
Graduated from university
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
English (Fluently), German (Okay), Spanish (Poorly)

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My self-summary
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Northeast Ohio native, transferred down to Greenville for work.

I'm interested in meeting new people in the area, having exciting experiences, and refining my general awesomeness.
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
Residency does take up a large portion of my day to day time, with associated research projects, but I apparently still have enough time to screw around on Reddit, Imgur, and the internet in general. Care to direct me towards more fulfilling endeavors?

Wilderness Medicine, which deals with extended periods away from the hospital, exotic diseases and toxins, and prolonged exposure with complicated evacuation, is the main subspecialty I'm looking at in the moment.

Reading about mountain climbing, putting together plans to build my own stand-up paddleboard and drift down the river, and lusting after gear that I see on the internet are just some of my downtime activities.

Less constructive pursuits include wandering around second-hand stores, drinking excessive amounts of coffee, and finding gifs of cats doing adorable things.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.

Outdoorsy-type thingers

Saying absolutely ridiculous things with a totally straight face.

Managing to fix my old motorcycle and ride it just long enough to discover that there's something else on it that needs replacing.
The first things people usually notice about me
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I'm a bit short. And though I feel like I come off as dorky and awkward, I've been told I can be sort of charming if I'm not thinking too hard.

Edit: The fact that my hair comes down to my shoulders now is noticed now. I'm undecided on if I like it or not. Except for the times when I walk into a room and get called Thor. Which is amazing.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Redwall series--Brian Jacques
The House of God--Samuel Shem
Snow Crash--Neal Stephenson
Scott Pilgrim--Brian Lee O'Malley
Alan Moore's, despite the crazy
Chuck Palahniuk or Bret Easton Ellis, because of the crazy.
And a mishmash of pretty much anything else that looks interesting when I'm at the library. I regularly leave the library with more than 10 books, feeling like a 5th grader moving between classes.

Classics in general, especially with Audrey Hepburn, Jimmy Stewart, Katharine Hepburn, Grace Kelly, or Orson Welles.
Well-done animation, so most anything Pixar and a few good anime things (Princess Mononoke, Ghost in the Shell, The Castle of Cagliostro, most things Studio Ghibli)
Kevin Smith movies, Star Wars, Wes Anderson stuff. It's actually a huge list and I know a decent amount of stuff despite not being able to watch as many as I've wanted recently.

I liked How I Met Your Mother until it became the same plot more or less every episode.
Avatar, The Angry Beavers, and other older Nicktoons
Cowboy Bebop, Gurren Lagann,
Robot Chicken, Firefly, Buffy
Coupling, Greg the Bunny, Dr. Who (the reboot mainly but I've been trying to find some of the older ones to watch)
Arrested Development, Better Off Ted, Flight of the Conchords
Fawlty Towers, Veronica Mars, and MST3K

I'll save you the textbook-like list of all the bands I like, and instead just give you the highlights. But be aware, my tolerance for bad music increases in direct relation to 1. my BAL, 2. my activity level, and 3. the incomprehensibility of the lyrics (e.g. I'm certain that some of the foreign music I listen to is horrible by all accounts, but since I can't understand the lyrics, I don't really care).

The Cure
Seu Jorge
Childish Gambino
The Lab Rats
Jonathon Coulton
Fountains of Wayne
Nobuo Uematsu

I haven't been thrilling with the radio options down here yet. Any suggestions would be amazing.

I could happily live off of Pho for the remainder of my life. Or at least until I learn to stop speaking in superlatives.
Also, I'm the kind of person who will dip french fries in my Frosty on the rare occasion that I've ordered both. Apparently this could be a dealbreaker.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
Two ways to do this, snarky and earnest:
Essential amino acids
Vitamin B12

Running shoes
Access to the internet in some form
A decent chef's knife (but santoku are ok too)
My library card
More books.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Like any other self-aware person, I spend a decent amount of time overly analyzing my interactions with other people.

How much sleep I really need, if I'm getting it, and if there was any significance to the dream I had last night (not as much as I think, varies, and likely not).

Calculations that I should probably just write down or set up a spreadsheet for, like the following:

My car typically runs at 2,000 rpm at 55 mph, 2,500 at 65 mph, and 3,000 at 75 mph. Assuming that the rpm correlates directly with relative fuel usage, and that I will spend approximately 10 minutes every time I stop to refill my gas tank, what is the speed that will most quickly get me to the destination?
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
This tends to vary between being on call, playing board games with my friends, going out on a run, or going to a bar or party.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I think people who don't understand the clausal nature of the heading for this section are silly.

I've been knitting a scarf for the past several years.

I actually enjoy most Disney movies.

I have a small collection of foreign language learning books, most of which I've not progressed much beyond the first few chapters. I'm remedying this slowly.

The last movie that I openly cried at was Hachi: A Dog's Tale. It was in an airplane, and I was next to my father. I was not pleased. (Update: now it's Wreck-it Ralph. Way to go, me.)
You should message me if
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If you want someone to go rock climbing, hiking, or skiing with.

If you want to talk about the significance of the color palette and alterations from the source of Zack Synder's adaptation of Watchmen.

If you've ever wondered if Sierra Nevada or Stone still count as microbrews given the quantity made and sold each year.

If you aren't absolutely infuriated by the fact that I occasionally end sentences in prepositions.

If you've ever tried to calculate probabilities for rolling doubles, 7s and 11s on d10s to see just how much you would screw with people if you brought them to the bar instead of d6s.

If you know what a d10 is.