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42 Middletown, CT Man


I’m looking for

  • Women who like men
  • Ages 36–50
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends

My Details

Last Online
Today – 1:39pm
5′ 7″ (1.70m)
Body Type
Mostly anything
Virgo, but it doesn’t matter
Graduated from university
Art / Music / Writing
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Doesn’t want kids
Has dogs and likes cats
English (Fluently)

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My self-summary
Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
In bullet form, digestible style, here's some fun facts about myself:

I own ten pairs of prescription glasses; it's a minor indulgence.

I live with PSD or a pretty small dog as he's sometimes known.

Sometimes I sell things on Etsy if that tells you anything about myself.

If a day goes by where I'm not wrong about something, even if that something is only noticed by me, I get worried.

It's not the first date that makes me nervous, it's the end of the second date when it finally becomes apparent that there's no chemistry.

I love playing Scrabble.

I like shiny, slick new-fangled things as well as weather beaten old things.

OKC, Tndr, FL, FB; I'm on them all. It's turning me into a total narcissist. Maybe I just love the attention. If you want to meet, that's great, but at least bump up my number of views because my sense of self-worth is disproportionally tied to that.

I find crispy apples are more preferable to mushy, sweet apples.

I fear that I may be a manic nihilist. If that's true, I hope you catch me on one of my better days.

I enjoy cooking and entertaining.
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
Making things; food, prints, plans, projects.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
I'm really good at making meals and writing letters. If you're into being the recipient of both of those things, you just might be in luck.

I have the uncanny ability to tell if somebody is from Brooklyn or Manhattan simply by looking at their profile name.

Being able to talk to anybody and anything about anyone and anything.

Thinking about ridiculous things but not always following through on them.

Playing records for people on the radio. Really, it's not as easy as it sounds because, well, you have to sound good doing it.
The first things people usually notice about me
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
That I'm a good conversationalist, but that doesn't mean you can tell that by looking at me. So maybe that's the second or third thing that people that notice. The jury is still out on the first thing, but I imagine it would be something superficial.

Nobody has ever said that I'm dreamy. Just a hint if you want to win me over.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Help your potential matches find common interests.
There's too many books to list but I tend to alternate between non-fiction and various forms of fiction. A lot of the books I own have pictures in them but that doesn't mean I'm not well read. If there's a better thing to get in the mail than my subscription to McSweeney's Quarterly, could you please tell em about it? I also like to cleanse my mind in between heavy handed books with comic books. A cleansing balance is good.

I like music. This week the new Run The Jewels release has been making the rounds on my listening devices. I'm also really digging the Ngozi Family reissue. My record shelves are starting to bow a bit and it's bumming me out.

This week I've redeveloped my obsession with Klaus Nomi and even went so far as to dress my dog up like him. Ask me all about it, I even have photos to offer as proof.

I like movies. All kinds: short, long, animated, horrifying, anger-inducing, imaginative, fanciful and even those that are primarily dialog driven.

I really like cooking. My one lamentation about my current living situation is the absence of a gas stove. There really isn't a comparison to electric. The only food I can categorically eliminate from my palate is raisins. Raisins. Yuck. I have the ability to eat from a plate, but when cooking for myself at home, a majority of meals are eaten out of bowls. Process that info as you see fit.

If you ever have the opportunity to ask me what my favorite olive is, I would tell you that it's a good cerignola.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
Something to read, something to listen to, somebody to do something with, something to draw with, a nice button down shirt, a four legged friend to hang out with.

If you really have to make me reduce things into a list, that is.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
How seriously I should take this, but I only think that when I'm here.

Also, what can I do to get you to take me seriously.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Getting pumped for something awesome within the next 48 hours.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
I grew up listening to Prairie Home Companion with my dad. Now I regard Garrison Keillor as the devil, but not a cool version of the devil.

I really like going to baseball games, but I really hate having to sit through "God Bless America." Don't get me wrong, I like America just fine, but I really don't give a rat's ass what God does with it especially when rendered in song.

Also, I'm a pretty clean person but it takes me a disproportionately long amount of time to put my laundry away. Don't get me wrong, it gets put away, but I get easily distracted in the process.

It's quite possible that I have a mild internet addiction. Don't get me wrong, I'm not looking at copious amounts of porn, just high end furniture that I'll never be able to afford.

Sometimes I like to turn my brain off and just watch Die Antwoord videos. Don't get me wrong, I like a lot of different music, but they sometimes have the cure for what ails me.
You should message me if
Offer a few tips to help matches win you over.
You should message me if you don't have any bumper stickers on your car. A decent taste in fashion and an appreciation of the absurd will only garner you bonus points. Point deductions will be made for an appreciation of renaissance faires, steampunking, the Dave Mathews Band and use of the phrase "I love all kinds of music except for (fill in the blank)." Point deductions will also be made for self portrait photos that show off your phone.

If you think spending Monday shopping at Ocean State Job Lot sounds like a good time.

If you think that going to Trader Joes's on a Saturday afternoon to watch misbehaving children knock over the jam display while parents try to ignore the whole scenario is fun.

You know the appropriate time for when snarky comments can be made as well as when they shouldn't be. It's a delicate balance.

Deal breakers include the following:

Wearing sleeping pants to the supermarket.
Sweatpants that say anything on the butt, or any sweatpants for that matter (I will however make an exception and award bonus points if your sweatpants say either "post no bills" or "ask me how to advertise here"). Use of the phrases "nom nom nom", "noms" or "vegan noms"; it's food for adults, not strained peas for babies that you should be eating if you want to hang out with me.
Making a duck face. Why do people pucker their lips in an unflattering manner? What do they hope to achieve?
Not knowing your "your" from your "you're"s or even your "yore."

Please message me if you can articulate an argument against anything I've said here. I'm open to negotiations, but you've got to make a good argument. Few have tried and they all have failed.

Also realize that I find the long form, essay portion of these profiles to be more important than the multiple choice sections.

If you can explain the current geek/nerd chic. When I was a nerd/geek, I was ostracized on a regular basis. Glasses and digging the new Dr. Who don't make you geeky, just trendy. Come back and talk to me after being terrorized for not being "mainstream."

And here's another also: most women seem to think that flag burning is more offensive than book burning despite the fact that flag burning is an accepted way of disposing of old flags. If you can articulate why you think that burning books is better than burning flags, I'd love to have you explain that line of thinking to me. Really.

We may match on percentile points according to OKC rules of conduct, but those kind of binary questions don't really mean a whole bunch. Like most tests, the essay portion counts more and has greater weight than the multiple choice section. Telling me more about yourself will tell me more than if you've checked off the boxes for smoking and flag burning. Maybe these things make me too picky, but I'm willing to stand by these statements, mainly because they're true.

I'm flexible on a lot of the survey questions here if you can make a case for or against anything that checked off. Go ahead and try me.

And finally, if you're somebody who has time for bullshit, doesn't believe in communication, is not laid back, likes games and drama and hates children; please do get in touch, there's a rainbow colored unicorn that I want to fix you up with.