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31 M Glenside, PA

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Last Online
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5′ 9″ (1.75m)
Body Type
Catholicism, but not too serious about it
Scorpio, but it doesn’t matter
Working on masters program
Rather not say
More than $1,000,000
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Has dogs and likes cats
English (Fluently)

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My self-summary
I am on here looking for friends... If anything were to follow that, that would be good too, but it's not expected. I am a very nice, down to earth person. If you're looking for someone to talk to and possibly become friends with send me a message.

A few facts about me...

My brother is my best friend.

I read constantly, multiple books at a time.

I hate most television, especially "reality" tv.

I love to golf, and play hockey, though I am not so good at either.

I spoil my dog. She's the best.

I hate political parties. And politics in general.

I'm still trying to find my niche.
What I’m doing with my life
Currently I manage a local grocery market, but this is only temporary until I find something better.

I do find it find it funny when people on here say "don't talk to me if you are a republican/democrat" or (my favorite is) "don't talk to me if you like the band Nickleback". I don't really understand this line of thinking. You are clearly admitting that you make judgements before you've even had the chance to get to know to someone. I wasn't aware that finding the right person meant that they had to be EXACTLY like me in the way they think. God forbid I like a band that you hate or we disagree about something. I think there may be a reason why some of us on here are still single. Just sayin.
The first things people usually notice about me
I was in Sunglasses Hut and the 60 year old woman working there told me I have pretty eyes and that I was very handsome...

My waitress at the restaurant I ate at last weekend told me her manager thought I was cute... her manager was a guy...

My love life in a nutshell..

Everyone, except for the ones I want, seem to find me attractive.

I think my personality makes me more attractive than I am.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I could talk forever about books. If anyone wants to recommend any good reads, or good authors, feel free. Even if you don't intend to talk to me anymore. I am always open to discovering new authors.

The same holds true for music.

And movies.

And food.
The six things I could never do without
6 things...

I think we could all do without a lot of things we "think" we need. So how about 6 things I enjoy having...

1. A car.

2. Clothes

3. Golf Clubs

4. A home.

5. Books

6. Friends/Family/People that love me.

They are not in any specific order...
I spend a lot of time thinking about
I went away last week, and I think LIFE kind of hit me. We tend to use the expression "back to reality" an awful lot. Last week I went away with friends, I met new people, I belly-laughed so hard it made me cry. Life was good, so why is it that the expression 'back to reality' always seems to be to used when a good time is coming to an end? Why isn't 'reality' a good thing? I work, and now I am going to grad school. I am not stupid enough to believe that these things aren't important, but I guess the question that comes to mind is why have they become SO important? Why is the 'reality' of our lives so boring and predictable? I know this is something that's never going to change, I know the only reason I was able to go away was because I worked to save up the money to pay for it, but I think deep down we should all try to live our lives like we are on vacation. I think each day we should spend time with our friends, be open to meeting new people, and laugh so hard that it hurts. The 'reality' of the situation we are in is that no matter how much money we make, or how many years of school we attend, the things that matter are the people we are with, and the moments that, weeks, or even years from now, we'll look back on with fondness and smile. Each day is a chance for us to make a memory. And the 'reality' of that is that we never know when it's going to be our last.

I know I sound naive, I guess I'm just annoyed.
On a typical Friday night I am
I work Saturday mornings, so I tend to take it easy on Friday nights. I could, however, make an exception.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
N O T H I N G. But you can ask me anything.
I’m looking for
  • Girls who like guys
  • Ages 18–50
  • Near me
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating
You should message me if
You feel like it.

Oh, and you can just say hi. You don't need to make it anything special. It drives me crazy when girls on here say "send me a well thought out message to get my attention" or something similar to that... If you're going to say this, and someone actually puts time and effort into writing you a nice message, you should be obligated to respond. There is nothing more frustrating than taking the time to think of something nice to say and then having it ignored.