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33 La Crosse, WI Man


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  • Ages 20–40
  • Located anywhere
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating

My details

Last online
Today – 7:05am
5′ 10″ (1.78m)
Body type
Mostly vegan
Pisces, but it doesn’t matter
Graduated from university
Open relationship
Mostly non-monogamous
Has a kid
Likes dogs and likes cats
English, Spanish (Poorly)

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My self-summary
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Dance like no ones watching, with one fist in the air. Scream till you're coughing up blood but for goodness sake don't forget to breathe.

here are things that may at times be descriptive of me:

-when i"m feeling great i make fun of myself

-when i feel down i make jokes about how awesome I am

-cooking and dancing to al green in my kitchen with my son is just about as happy as i get

-i enjoy individuating and anthropomorphizing my inner workings. physical, psychological etc...

-i try to act smart and say big words to cover the fact that I'm too stupid to pull off anything out of my comfort zone, which is geekdom and pseudo-intellectual conversations
What I’m doing with my life
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-Working on my house. If you want to see a grown man getting giddily excited about things that you probably don't care about just ask me how my living room's coming.

-Taking care of my son. We spend a lot of time at the YMCA. Him taking classes me working out and doing yoga. Both of us generally being awesome.

-Grad school for counseling. Currently on my first year (of 3).
That takes up a lot of time.

-Trying to make enough to live comfortably with as little investment of time as possible. Currently that means (very) part time restaurant work. I've been juggling the possibility of doing something that pays less but feels more fulfilling and taking out a few more loans. restaurant work hurts my soul.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
You know how when your hanging out with an awesome smallish group of people (say 3-5) and you're just having one of those nights where everybody is on fire? Like, you're all just funny and witty and beautiful and coming up with hilarious little stories and jokes. Every thing out of everyone's mouth is just golden and even if someone says something that isn't funny and there's an awkward lull in the laughter, it never lasts long because even the absence of humor seems funny just for being different.
So sometimes in these situations you get an opportunity to tie whatever current hilarious topic your talking about in with something you were all talking about earlier in the evening in a way that synthesizes all the entertainment value of the first and second conversation into something new and wondrously uplifting in it's own right. This is frequently followed by points and ohhhhs and utterance of the phrase "bringing it all around".
Yeah. I'm really good at that. I'm good at bringing it all around.

also i cook like a vegan messiah. I will evangelize you with deliciousness if given the opportunity.
The first things people usually notice about me
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I'm always curious about this myself. I've been told that I wear interesting tshirts and say strange things. If I'm with my son, he will steal the spot light. I will be unnoticed except as the guardian of a black-hole-like concentration of cuteness.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Books: anything by james duncan, john-paul sartre, noam chomsky, kurt vonnegut,J.M. Coetzee and chuck palaniuk. also infinite jest, fear and loathing in las vegas, the count of monte cristo, the tao of pooh, winnie the pooh, dharma punx, dharma bums, a natural history of the senses, a heartbreaking work of staggering genius, the unbearable lightness of being.

Movies: pi, american beauty, requim for a dream, being john malkovich, fight club, nightmare before christmas, baxter, eternal sunshine of the spotless mind, everything charlie kaufman, taxi driver, leon, magnolia, 12 monkeys, donnie darko, Where the Wild Things Are .

TV Shows: simpsons, family guy, arrested developement, mr show, the boondocks, home movies,.

Music: most of what i listen to is probably loosely classified as Indy rock these days. I like some of the more political underground type hip-hop and a bit of jazz or punk from time to time.
that plus some guilty little pleasures that probably don't fit but that I'm too embarrassed to mention here..
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
me: *a little frantic* shit! where're my keys?

brain: *singing* sunshine, lollipops and....

me: *more frantic* hey brain, do you remember where we left the keys?

brain: *still singing* .....rainbows, is everything i think about ....

me: *desperate* please stop, seriously I'm gonna be late.

brain: *crescendo*..... WHEN WE'RE TOGETHER



me: ......brain?

brain: ........

me: hey, i'm, I'm sorry I yelled....

brain:....that's ok.....

me:look let me make it up to you. wanna think about what we'll do if there's a zombie apocalypse?

brain:oooooh yeah.


brain: first thing we'll probably need the keys.

me: *hands on hips* oh brain!

On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
friday night is band night! sometimes we go out and grab a drink after practice. more often we go to bed early because we all have children.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I have not ever and do not currently have any desire to send you a picture of my penis.
really. i don't. i promise.
You should message me if
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man if you made it through this rambling semi-coherent profile and still have any desire to communicate with me by all means...

If you're a racist, sexist, homophobe, close minded, or severely bothered by my lack of faith we'd probably have a hard time of it.

Other then that, I think it's a good call. Reach out, meet somebody. I'm fairly certain that other people are what make life worth living.

Although I can think of a certain poster boy for existentialism who makes a compelling case that other people are hell. Or to quote more directly "hell is other people."
Maybe we're both right.

I'd like to add that I love it when people have "bonus points if you can name that _____" in their profiles. So 24 pts to anyone who names me the play and author that the "hell is other people" quote comes from. (-50 pts if you look it up on google and then pretend that you already knew. 12 pts if you look it up on google, mention it, but admit that you looked it up on google)