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FlareShadowsbane

25 M Klamath Falls, OR

I’m looking for

  • Straight girls only
  • Ages 18–30
  • Located anywhere
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating

My Details

Last Online
Sep 14
Orientation
Straight
Ethnicity
White
Height
6′ 4″ (1.93m)
Body Type
Average
Diet
Smokes
No
Drinks
Not at all
Drugs
Never
Religion
Sign
Education
Working on university
Job
Student
Income
Less than $20,000
Relationship Status
Single
Relationship Type
Strictly monogamous
Offspring
Has a kid, and wants more
Pets
Likes dogs and likes cats
Speaks
English

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My self-summary
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My name is Nathanael, I am mostly into gaming (video, table-top, card, etc.), though I am very passionate with regards to philosophy and logical analysis. I am a student with an Applied Math major, though I would like to take the extra time to get into philosophy, psychology, business, and maybe a little programming; ultimately I am looking to get into game design, and hopefully start my own business someday.

I am a single father of an “X” year old boy named Aeron (X = present date – April 8, 2011). His mother and I are still really good friends, and we still do different activities together as a family, though that is a story for another time I suppose. All I will really say for now is that she and I are very content with ourselves and with each other, and are in no hurry to get into any sort of relationship like that again anytime soon. This is mostly due to just having ended our relationship, but also more due to the fact that we each still need time to discover more about who we really are, individually.

As far as what I am looking for, I would prefer just finding friendly acquaintances, who share in my love for intellect and thought provoking conversation. When it comes to making new friends, I welcome all walks of life. If, however, the relationship would go beyond just friendship, I am going to need to be right up front and say that I am looking for someone who meets very specific criteria. Some may accuse me of being shallow, however it is in the best interest of all parties involved that we not waste our time getting into a relationship that would ultimately not benefit either of us.

I need someone who is family oriented, so it is important to me that you are interested in, or at least open to the idea of, having children and being a mother. There is no rush to make such a decision, as I have already stated that I wish to be friends first, though at the very least I would hope that the idea not be vehemently opposed.

It is important to me also that you have a healthy measure of self-worth. What is meant by this is that I need someone who is more often optimistic rather than pessimistic, has an internal locus of control (i.e. recognizes that one's own choices and actions will affect the outcome of a given situation), doesn't have too many insecurities, and is physically, mentally, and emotionally healthy.

Beyond this I only have some minor preferences: I would like it if you did not smoke, drink alcohol, use profanity (as often as it can be helped), have vulgar attitudes and behaviors, and finally are able to be completely yourself despite all that has been mentioned above. If you do not feel that this is a possibility for you, then I hope you are able to find someone who is better suited for you. Otherwise, I would love to hear from you if you feel that you are compatible with what I am looking for. Again, though, this is in the event that our relationship would go beyond simple friendship.

If I did happen to get into a romantic relationship again someday, I would want it to be something that happened naturally. I know it is cliché to say, but I would want to have developed a strong friendship with the other person first, while not having any sort of expectations about where that may lead in the future. As far as what would qualify a potential partner, I am looking for someone who shares very closely to my core beliefs. I will not take the time to explain them in full here, as I would rather develop a relationship first where each of us has the ability to open up and share our most profound world views.

Don’t be alarmed, however, by core beliefs I am not saying that I am religious or anything. At least not in the sense that I believe in something so strong that even simple logic cannot convince me of the truth. Though, I do have deep philosophical beliefs that drive me to want to be able to better understand the way the universe operates and functions, and what my role in it might be. I enjoy being able to share my beliefs with others, and to hear what they believe as well. If there is anything that you want to talk about, just ask.

One final note about myself is that I may appear very cold and calculating on the surface, but once you get to know me better… well, I am still very cold and calculating, though I also have a very warm and loving presence (or so I've been told). When and if I do get intimate with someone (in the romantic sense), I very much enjoy cuddling, face petting, and just talking about life in general.
What I’m doing with my life
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I am currently a part-time student attending Oregon Tech with an Applied Math major. It will be likely be another 3-4 years before I graduate, because I am taking things slower. Though, I consider my life as a father to, in some regards, be a higher priority. The two need not be seen as separate entities, however, as I am attending school and getting an education to be able to provide for my son and hopefully a wife and more children someday.

I have a job, although it isn't what you would call your "official" line of work. I take my days off from school to do yard labor and household chores for a number of clients within my hometown. I self advertise by use of flyers and online ads. It makes me the money that I need to get by in addition to the financial aid I receive from my schooling.

As stated before, I intend to get into business for myself. Not only do I hope to support my family in this way, but I also am determined to make enough of a name for myself that I am able to make positive change in the world somehow. You may accuse me of dreaming too big, but this is what I stand for.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
I am at my best when I am being logical and highly analytical. I know for some that this is a major turn off, however it is simply my default; I am able to turn it off (or at the very least turn it down) when the situation calls for it.

As a result of my tendencies to see the world more in terms of numbers and mathematical models, I am also highly skilled at math (at least up to the level that I have learned so far).

Believe it or not I am actually one of those people who listens more often than they speak, so I would list that among my highly developed skills. Whether or not I actually perceive something clearly the first time is more dependent upon the way each person understands and defines certain terms. As long as both (or all) sides are willing to be reasonable and not assume that one side doesn't care or wasn't listening properly, I don't see why a civil conversation could not occur.

I think that I am very good as a father, at the very least I enjoy it very much. You often hear the stories of how little girls (and sometimes boys) dream of their wedding day when they are older. For me it was always wanting to be a father and a good one at that.
The first things people usually notice about me
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That I don't talk much. I am often asked, "why are you so quiet?" and my reply is usually, "there is nothing to talk about." It isn't so much that I don't talk, I just care little for idle conversation and focus my efforts more into deep meaningful conversation.

I can't really say for sure if the above is "the first" thing that people notice about me, simply because I am not them and thus cannot perceive what they do. However, as far as what information they give me in this regard, I am more often identified for how quiet I can be.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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The only books and other material that I read are my school textbooks, dictionaries, encyclopedias, technical reports, and online published articles. I have tried very hard to be able to read more literary works, but whenever I am at it for too long the words on the page begin to turn into black and white smudges. Don't get me wrong, I love a good story. In fact I love being read to in a lot of cases. Don't mind me, though, if I fall asleep in your lap because of your beautiful voice lulling me to a gentle rest.

I don't watch much TV and I only have very specific movies and shows that I really care for. I like just about anything with time travel as its theme (e.g. Back to the Future). I like some anime, my favorite I think being Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood. I honestly can't watch that show without crying a lot, especially episode 4. I have enjoyed the show Supernatural (only seasons 1 - 5, and parts of the later seasons), I've watched a couple of episodes of Almost Human, and would actually like to find the time to watch Doctor Who (as I have heard from multiple sources that it is AMAZING!).

I don't listen to music regularly, and again I have a very narrow list of songs that I like. Most songs that I enjoy are parodies, so most of Weird Al Yankovic's work. Disney songs (Man out of You is probably my most favorite). I also really enjoy a lot of instrumental music. Sometimes lyrics become too distracting for me. I don't care anything for music with profanity in it, nor anything with a lot of mind numbing screaming.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
Beyond basic survival needs I can effectively live without all of my material possessions. If I were to make a list of things that are beneficial to living well, it would be as follows (in no particular order):

1. A house (with all of the basic furniture and appliances inside).
2. My car.
3. My laptop (with internet connection).
4. Comfortable clothing.
5. Family and friends.
6. An income.

I probably left out a few other essentials, but I think you get the point. I am not overly attached to anything, so much so that it would otherwise devastate my ability to live comfortably.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Everything.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Treating it as any other day of the week and fulfilling my usual obligations and responsibilities as every mature adult should be doing. If I have no such obligations, then I see no reason that hanging out with friends or just spending time alone relaxing would be a problem. I am simply trying to emphasize how very overemphasized the idea of Friday Night! is with regard to partying and otherwise being ridiculous. I am sorry if you think I am dull, but I feel that I am just being practical (which you may use both terms synonymously).
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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Just ask, there is far too much information about myself that I have no problem admitting to for me to list it all here, or simply come up with one single thing more private than the rest.
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