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29 Canton, OH Man


I’m looking for

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  • Ages 18–35
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating

My details

Last online
Mar 20
5′ 8″ (1.73m)
Body type
Sagittarius, but it doesn’t matter
Graduated from space camp
Doesn’t have kids
Has cats
English (Fluently)

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My self-summary
Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
Read on, and be amused! If you're not completely satisfied upon completion, then... you lose.

Anyway, enough about you. Here's me!:

I'm an old school gear head, the untamable James Dean-type. And, if you don't know, he was a pretty awesome guy. Heck, I was named 'James' after him! (Okay, I was named after my Grandpa, but who's counting...)

I'm also a part-time high class roller. (VERY part-time.) Ask me more.

In other news, I come from several generations of drag racing, and fast, loud cars are one of my passions. I also enjoy writing, having recently self-published a book, just for fun (actually mostly for money), so brains are also part of the package. Need proof? I know what the word 'adiaphorous' means. Just don't ask me how to say it.

In the past year or so, I've become an avid U.S. coin collector, which probably stems from my love of American history. Either that or the fact that I just like money in general.


I think cheese is AWESOME.
What I’m doing with my life
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Besides trying to get a writing career started, I work in a high performance automotive shop, and I love it. Getting to work around and with race cars everyday is awesome. Someday, I'd actually like to travel the country and race for a living, and write at the same time, but what I'm doing now is the next best thing.

Although, testing mattresses would probably be a cool job...
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
As previously stated, I enjoy writing. Everyone (even the complete, unbiased stranger) has enjoyed my work. You can check it out for yourself on Amazon, just search for 'The Ballad of Carson Creek'. Playing guitar and drawing are a few other talents that I posses, but don't use as often as I should. I've been told I make killer mixtapes, and I agree.
I'm also pretty good at breathing--been doing it my whole life. And, lastly, I'm an excellent blinker. Practice makes perfect. Go ahead. Blink for me. Prove to me our compatibility. BLINK FOR ME.
The first things people usually notice about me
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How well I breathe and blink.

Unless I happen to have a leech hanging off my face. Then they'd probably notice that first.

"Honey, look at the leech on that guy's face!"
"Yeah, but he's blinking like a total boss! I'm leaving you for him."
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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I love classic films, Rear Window being my favorite, but I can appreciate modern offerings as well, an example being Crazy Stupid Love, which I thouroughly enjoyed.

A few others:
-American Graffiti
-The Royal Tenenbaums
-Raiders of the Lost Ark
-Blue Valentine
-Star Wars (OT)
-Forrest Gump
-Sunset Boulevard
-Breakfast At Tiffany's
-Ed Wood
-Her (Just saw it, easily my favorite film of 2013. Amazing. I'm seriously thinking about changing my username to 'BigGuy4x4'.)
-Pulp Fiction
And the list goes on. Pretty much anything directed by Hitchcock, Tarantino, Wes Anderson or Billy Wilder. I'm a bit of a film snob, I guess. But I'm okay with that.

I'm all over the map when it comes to music. Everything from Sigur Ros to Ozzy Osbourne, Led Zeppelin to The National. I go through phases of doo-wop, soundtracks and/or obscure 1970s progressive rock. It'd be easier to say what I don't care for all that much: rap and most country, and there are even a few songs from those genres that I'm able to stand. (And a few family members have been wearing me down as far as country goes... I'm getting used to it.)

Don't watch much TV, but I do find The Office amusing, along with Family Guy (giggity), The Simpsons, early Entourage, and Eastbound and Down (my favorite). I've lost track of Dexter and Breaking Bad, but I did enjoy them while I was keeping up.

And I don't really read books much, either; I just write 'em.

UPDATE: Lately, the more I watch and study it, Pulp Fiction is closing rapidly on Rear Window for the top spot on my fave film list. And, for the record, I LIKE mayo on my fries. Shut up, Jules.

Food... Don't like sauerkraut, peanut brittle, mustard, baked beans and grapefruit (though I love the smell of grapefruit, probably one of the best-smelling things ever). Pretty much everything else is a-okay. Except bugs.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
I'm not that hard to please... As long as I have my iPhone, I'm pretty happy. And cash. Can't live without that... Oh, probably oxygen. How about food and water? Are socks and underwear one, two or three things? Whatever, I lost count.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
- What do blind deaf people dream about? This greatly perplexes me. If you have an answer, please share.

- Why do so many girls write 'love to laugh' on their profiles? I mean, isn't that a given? I never once walked out of a hilarious movie and said, "God... I hate laughing." I just don't understand you, I guess.

- Sex. Haha, just kidding. No I'm not.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Glad the work week is over... Maybe a bit of grocery shopping, perhaps going out for a drink, possibly trying to break the sound barrier, probably working on my time machine.

But most likely just eating pizza and thinking about girls in Yoga pants. THERE. I said it. Happy now? God, you're so nosey.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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Hmm... I can't do a handstand. Well, there are probably a lot of things I can't do, but that's the first thing that rushed to my head. Pun. INTENDED.

I wanna be a millionaire playboy when I grow up.

After 20 years, I still think the three daughters on Step by Step are hot as hellfire. Go ahead. Laugh.
You should message me if
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You're Kate Beckinsale or Sienna Miller. Heck, you can BOTH message me. But why in the world are you on an Internet dating site?? You're both married! I won't tell anyone, though...


If you're not on the aforementioned VIP list, but you're still sexy-- er, I mean 'an attractive, sweet person who enjoys laughing (haha), loving, and late night drives to nowhere', hit me up. I'm pretty easy to get along with.

*If I don't reply, one of two things has happened:

1: you're neither Kate Beckinsale NOR Sienna Miller

2: you're just not my type. I'm not a stuck-up, shallow jerk, I just know what I'm attracted to, and I don't see any reason to waste someone's valuable time. Namely mine. (I kid, I kid)

Or, C: You just say 'hey'. 'Hey's for horses. Why the long face? C'mon, give me something to work with here! Unless you're incredibly beautiful and super interesting. If that's the case, you can just send me a message full of random numbers and I'll reply.