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27 Baldwinsville, NY Man


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  • Ages 24–30
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Last online
Yesterday – 11:07am
6′ 4″ (1.93m)
Body Type
A little extra
Strictly anything
Other, and laughing about it
Libra, and it’s fun to think about
Sales / Marketing
Strictly monogamous
Doesn’t have kids, but wants them
Likes dogs and likes cats
My self-summary
Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
Work in Progress!

Also that favorites section down below. It's really way too big.
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
I work a day job in my off hours, I enjoy it though it's not what I thought I'd be doing at this point, in my on hours I tend towards yoga or dancing when I want to be active and reading or painting when I want to be a layabout.

In exciting news I'm teaching a swing dancing class every two weeks in Baldwinsville!
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Listening! Really though, it's a gift. And it's served me well many many times over. It's a wonderfully useful skill and applies to so many things, from just being an engaged friendly ear to being able to "listen" to a partner on the dance floor it's served me very well over the years.
The first things people usually notice about me
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I've most commonly heard two things, my smile, or my laugh. Rumor has it that my voice carries pretty well. I'd blame a theatre background but I think that's mostly coincidental.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Help your potential matches find common interests.
Listing out favorites of anything is hard because they tend to be rather fluid, top fives and tens sort of shifting about wildly over time based on mood current surroundings but here's at least a quick once over. It's still too long, but I'll work on that. Probably. Maybe. On second thought, skip it and just ask me in person. Dramatically more interesting conversation believe me.

I tend to read a lot, I have a kindle which is pretty constantly loaded with a couple series and enough samples to put a cafe's library to shame. This is to speak nothing of the veritable library of books I own, currently in storage. My primary genres are science fiction and fantasy but I'm pretty open to anything.

Most Recent Series Completed: The Culture Novels, Iain M. Banks
Current Series In Progress: The Hyperion Cantos, Dan Simmons
Next Planned Series: The Expanse, James A Corey
Recently Finished: The Dresden Files, Jim Butcher, The Culture Sequence, Iain M. Banks

My movie taste also tends towards science fiction, but I'm a sucker for a romantic comedy, action movies, sappy stories, comedies, ooh, and anything that's got a super distinctive style or would fall under the "style porn" genre (think movies with particularly spectacular visuals Redline and the recent Speed Racer films). I just really really like movies. I've been a little lax in my film watching lately mostly because after having spent many years going to the movies alone, I prefer to go with people.

TV is, really, really eclectic. I'm one of those folks who almost needs to have background noise of some sort and TV tends to fill that role, along with my radio drama podcasts (Shameless Decoder Ring Theatre shout out right about here). As a result I watch a loooot of different shows. My favorites are ones I can connect with, most recently How I Met Your Mother was the big one, I suspect it'll be awhile before anything comes along to really fill that void. But I love ridiculous soapy dramas like Jane the Virgin and MTV's Teen Wolf (I swear, it's surprisingly good!), there's also the regulars of John Stewart, @Midnight, and Cosmos, but I have really enjoyed Once Upon a Time, and good lord Galavant was amazing. Of course Game of Thrones is probably my favorite, "I desperately need to read this story but ugh I can't get past the first three chapters..." guilt inducing story.

Frankly, if you find my taste in TV to be eclectic, you'll probably find my music taste to be utterly bizarre. Spotify has been a god send introducing me to more music than I know what to do with and has allowed me to thoroughly explore my love for Electro-Swing (Think 20's-40's big band music with electronic influences) as well as mixing in legit swing, tons of pop, blues, and everything else in between. There isn't really music I don't like, just stuff I don't listen to. If you want to get a real feel for my musical tastes ask me for one of my Spotify playlists, it's probably faster than reading this.

Finally food... Food is important, I like a well prepared steak (just a hair shy of medium), vegetables picked up from the farmer's market on Saturday morning, or sandwiches that require waaaay to much time and effort to prepare. The Shooter's Sandwich was amazing to make but if I make it again I think I'll make some adjustments to the flavor profile. I made a commitment several years ago to stop turning food I hadn't tried down in an effort to stop being a picky eater. I've been mostly successful culminating in the consumption of a pig's eye and brain. The eye wasn't bad, the brain was... Pasty... About the only thing I won't really eat are shellfish and that's pretty strictly because they make me really really ill. I love shrimp, especially in sushi, but I have to limit intake. Oysters, clams, and related monsters of the deep however are to be avoided entirely.

And that's seriously out of hand, even with trying extensively to keep it short. Seriously, skip that and ask me, so much faster, so much more interesting.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
In no particular order:

1. Blues and Swing Dancing (In that order!)
2. Good food, if you give me a recipe, some time, and a trip to the grocer I'll try to cook just about anything. Most shellfish however are off the menu sadly.
3. Good people, I find that people make or break my day.
4. A creative outlet, currently painting and some solo jazz.
5. A regular internet connection, if only so I can occasionally take a weekend away from it to enjoy the rest of the world.
6. Mystery! Because what's life without a little bit of mystery now and again. Adventure is important.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
The amount of dancing and running I really should be doing. In the last couple years I've completed a tough mudder and a warrior dash (ask me about my 15 inch scar from that race sometime...). Also what and how I'm eating. I've lost about 60 pounds over the last year and a half and am looking to work on the remaining 60 or so pounds I'd like to lose to get back into proper dancing shape.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Ideally? Living a varied and interesting life! Realistically? It varies! At least once a month I go dancing, frequently it's a games night, other times a movie. Fridays are good days for adventures, whether they're out of the house or in the mind!
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I hate how this sounds but I'm a genuinely open book, I'll openly admit/discuss anything. It sounds like I'm trying to avoid something deep and dark, but really I just can't think of anything I wouldn't discuss.
You should message me if
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You can tell me what your happy place is.

You can tell me about a good dancing spot.

You just want to get a cup of coffee.

Or if you have a really good joke, who doesn't like a good joke?

Ooooh, or if you have a really good place to eat, I haven't spent nearly enough time in the area finding good food!