Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
Born an army brat (a title held for two weeks) with a weird first
name (a title held indefinitely), I grew up my entire life in the
confines of California.
A lot of stuff happened in the early years. I rode my bike a lot,
went trick-or treating. Visited Turkey. Watched reruns of Doug
endlessly. Ate some turkey (although I'm now a vegetarian). Fancied
a girl or two for a year in secret. Finished fifth in the
elementary school turkey trot. Enjoyed being the silent/studious
learner while being the smart-assed, snarky one in another
The rest is a blur...although I remember temporarily owning a
rabbit when younger through a short-term adoption program.
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
Having epiphanies and then being distracted by flashing lights in
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Making people laugh and keeping a straight face. Being the most
honest and open person you've ever met while crafting complex &
harmless lies to amuse myself and/or irritate & humor you.
The first things people usually notice about me
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
Cheekbones. Teeth. Sarcasm. Eyes. Jaunty walk.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Help your potential matches find common interests.
Writing - Russian literature such as Anna Karenina
or The Brothers
& anything else by Tolstoy
. Anything by George Orwell
or Hunter S. Thompson
Classic & contemporary poetry. I dabble in political &
baseball analysis. I guess I'm a constant think-writer which means
I often think about what I should be writing before falling into an
emotional pit (ok, just being ADD) and not writing my
Music - Mostly delving in the entire spectrum of the rock era from
those that influenced it (Woody Guthrie, Sister Rosetta Tharpe) to
the best in modern music (mostly indie). I listen to over 200 new
albums a year along with countless reissues and older stuff. Rest
assured, very doubtful anybody you know listens to more than I do,
but I'm not snobbish about often lacking a life.
Film - Art house, indie, foreign, documentaries. Ingmar Bergman
, Woody Allen
, Werner Herzog
, Francois Truffaut
my favorite directors and I thoroughly enjoy characters that wake
up one day and start questioning everything. Also, the genre known
as "porn" is highly recommended.
Don't have cable or even an antenna, but these TV Programs are like
. Adventures of Pete
. Andy Richter
Controls The Universe
. Arrested Development
. Bored To Death
. Breaking Bad
. City of Men
. The Corner
. The Critic
. Curb Your Enthusiasm
. Dead Like Me
. Doctor Who
. Dr. Katz
. Downton Abbey
. Freaks and Geeks
. Game of Thrones
. Generation Kill
. Home Movies
. It's Always
Sunny In Philadelphia
. The Killing
. King of the Hill
. Larry Sanders Show
. Mad Men
. Malcolm in the Middle
(UK & US). Parks &
. Pushing Daisies
. Rocko's Modern
. Rocky &
. Six Feet Under
. Slings &
. Trigger Happy TV
. Twin Peaks
. The Wire
. Wonder Years
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
1) Quality Companionship (and everything that entails)
2) Windy Shorelines
4) Dogs - They'll take over after the bombs fall. They're grooming
themselves to be world leaders, studying us and our mannerisms
(learning where we went wrong)
5) Masturbation/Sex - Too obvious?
6) Walking - Addict.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
The optimism I have for the future. Immortal jellyfish.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Soaking in my surroundings, staring at the night sky.
Embracing a small group of friends in conversation and general
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I will never want kids. I'm not very business savvy but I know that
they're a poor investment!
Hmm, that's not even private. I'll privately admit that I need to
put something different in this box.
Maybe that a part of me secretly wanted John Kerry to lose so that
I could say, "see, that's what you get for not being liberal
That I'm the 13th Doctor or the second Spider-Man (also known as
the Arachnid Übermensch)?
You should message me if
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You're looking for someone that's easy to talk to on a variety of
subjects (except acrylic nails - of which I know jack),
spontaneous, and well known for his humor.
You're looking for an honest comrade in arms for ventures into a
new art gallery or burrito joint. We can pretend that we hid the
conquistador treasure in a taqueria bathroom and scare away all of
You'd like to help me waste away hours in the late afternoon
staring at the ocean, humming our own twee songs, nauseating those
that are too ironic for romance.
You like Tommy Wiseau's The Room. "You know what they say? Love is
blind." Mu ha ha ha ha.
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