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My self-summary
I am a gigantic fucking nerd. I promise that is not an exaggeration in the least. Seriously; I write code and host board game nights and I recently got quite excited about a soldering iron. If any of that bothers you, then you should probably just go ahead and move on.


Okay, are all the boring people gone now? Good, now let's get down to the living nightmare that is writing about yourself:

I'm polyamorous. Which is apparently pretty effing popular over in this neck of the woods.

I am a pluviophile, so so far I think this town is pretty fantastic. Though admittedly the rain here is kind of half-assed.

I am an outgoing introvert. Yes, I realize that doesn't make sense. No, I will not elaborate here.

I like people who are passionate about something and I kinda don't really care what as long as you're crazy for it and will ramble at me about it.

I periodically make terrible puns about science. (HURHURHUR DO YOU SEE WHAT I DID THERE?!)

I am prone to long, rambling, and unbelievably profane rants about things that absolutely DO. NOT. FUCKING. MATTER.

I likewise get unreasonably excited about really, really dumb things. I really just don't use the word "dumb" like other people do, somehow.

I love dogs. You should have a dog. Have a big, awesome dog that I can play with. WHAT ARE YOU STILL DOING HERE, GO GET A DOG RIGHT NOW!

I think going to an arcade to drink and talk shit at each other over games is an equally appealing use of time as sitting at a quiet bar to sip whiskey while talking about our current books.

It bothered me that every sentence in this section started with "I" except for one, so I made added this one, too. You know, so it isn't lonely.

I am weird. It will help if you are, too.
What I’m doing with my life
Makin' computer-y things.

Learnin' to make better computer-y things.

Replacin' Gs with apostrophes. Fuck Gs. They is suckas.
I’m really good at
Reading for way too long when I should be sleeping.
Being GGG.
Getting pissed at how awful this site can be and how it makes meeting people a ridiculous mess and then still coming back here anyhow because otherwise I'd have to go out and meet people oh nooooooo.
The first things people usually notice about me
Whether or not I am currently on fire.

Then probably the hair? There is a not insignificant amount of it. And no, I do not care if you think it's too long and I should cut it. I look stupid in short hair. And also, fuck you?
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books - Anything by Neil Stephenson. Ender's Game. American Gods. George R. R. Martin and Patrick Rothfuss for fantasy fixes. I also spend a good chunk of time chewing through textbooks and other technical writings, too, but I don't really categorize that as general "reading." Recommend good books to me and I might never leave you alone.

Movies - Love movies in general, so hard to pick favorites, but Back to the Future is probably pretty high up there.

Shows - Breaking Bad and Firefly are pretty much tied for my favorite shows ever.

Music - Broad. I have a disturbing number of videogame soundtracks that I listen to while coding. If I hit shuffle, I could hear crazy club Skrillex nonsense-noise, immediately followed by Cee Lo, then Snoop Dogg/Lion/Marmoset/Whatever. There is no rhyme or reason to my music library. Except for the actual rhymes.

Food - Sushi. Tacos. Chinese. Anything. God DAMN do I love food.
The six things I could never do without
1. Computahz. Gotta pay the bills somehow.
2. Coffee.
3. Books
4. Games (board and/or video varieties. Groking a set of arbitrary mechanics and then attempting to manipulate it to your own ends is immensely satisfying to my brainmeats.)
5. Sleep (Sure I LITERALLY can't do without it, but it's just pretty rad on its own, too.)
6. Alone time. The introvert batteries need frequent recharging.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Food. (Namely, where I can get more if it.)
Books. (Ugh, I don't know what to read neeeeext.)
Technology. (When can I start putting my brain into a machine?)
Travel. Just got back from China trip and it made me want to go everywhere now. Or at least back to Hong Kong in the near future.
How I might not be able to die happy unless I go to outer space first.
Various combinations of the above. And probably boobs, if we're being totally honest here.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I probably looked at your pictures before anything else. Sorry. Though honestly I'm not sure why people get bent out of shape about that; I'd be worried if a block of text drew more attention than my face. Or relieved... My face IS pretty weird.

I basically use this site as a way to people-watch from my couch. Sometimes I turn off the distance filter and look at all the people I'd apparently be CRAZY, UNPRECEDENTEDLY, OVERWHELMINGLY COMPATIBLE WITH and then get upset because they live on the other side of the damn planet or some shit like that.

I just ate a whole container of salsa by myself. Fuck you, I'm not proud of it, this is an admission section. ...Alright, I'm sort of proud.

(Shockingly Necessary Addendum: There were chips involved in the salsa incident. I didn't just eat it with a spoon; What kind of goddamn monster do you people think I am?)
You should message me if
0. Technology, science, games, books, or any other assorted nerdery gives you Brobdingnagian brain boners.

1. You can teach me something new. Or something old. Like re-teaching me how to ride a fucking bike.

2. You are Tina Fey. (I will also accept Liz Lemon.)

3. You know how to use proper grammar, can spell correctly (or at least make a decent effort of it,) and at the very, VERY least know what punctuation IS.English, motherfucker; can you speak it?

4. You can tell me, DEFINITIVELY, whether or not a taco is a form of sandwich.