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25 Savannah, GA Man


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  • Ages 18–26
  • Near me
  • Who are single
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Last online
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5′ 7″ (1.70m)
Body Type
Strictly anything
Other, and laughing about it
Libra, and it’s fun to think about
Working on university
Art / Music / Writing
Less than $20,000
Doesn’t have kids, and doesn’t want any
Likes dogs and dislikes cats
English (Fluently), Spanish (Okay)
My self-summary
Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
I'm an intellectual. What I mean is my brain is my strongest muscle. I'll die on the vine if I'm not mentally stimulated.

I'm a dichotomy of personalities. In many respects, I'm jaded and cynical toward life, but I actively strive to use my creativity, which requires that I put aside my cynicism and view the world like a child. I still make plenty of sarcastic quips that go over the heads of some people around me, so to the uninitiated I'm weird or serious. Some may adopt the weirdness moniker as a badge of honor, but I don't fit that bill. I recognize I'm not like many other people, but I still feel very normal. I guess that's what you might call "self-assured" and "confident."

I loathe bragging, so I don't do it. But I won't hide who I am for the sake of anyone else.

Intentionally misspelling words as in chatspeak is difficult for me to do. I don't talk like that audibly, so why should I write like that? I'd have to consciously do something that isn't me for whatever reason. I don't see how it's a thing and never have.

My username on this website is the result of me looking at my keyboard, letting my eyes rest on the "F" key, and typing the first thing that came to mind. If I could, I'd give myself a more thoughtful name now, such as "SpilledCoffee," which is the name I gave myself on Steam. That name holds some real-world significance to me.

If you know what Steam is, awesome. If you're a part of it too, even better.

If not, Steam in a nutshell is a PC game hosting service. I have a decent library of games built up, and the game I play the most right now is Team Fortress 2. I have other games I love more, though, which I detail below.

Like I alluded to before, I strive to be creative. I zeroed in on stage and film production and am an aspiring actor. If I can't create something, I have trouble doing it. Simply put, I look to buck the trend with anything I do and would not be caught dead actively copying or rehashing the work of another. I have very powerful thoughts and feelings on the entertainment industry at large and would love a good discussion regarding that.

I directed a play for a paying audience once before, however, and that was the most fulfilling thing I'd ever done. I discovered a lot about myself in the process, especially that I'm an actor's director. I had absolute control over the entire process in that case, but if I could only do one thing having to do with directing a play, it'd be casting it. I casted a group of wonderful actors for the play I directed and owe them every piece of credit for the critical success it garnered. The feeling of getting it right is amazing. Plus, I have a sadistic streak that perversely enjoys watching other people have emotional breakdowns.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
I have lots of skills regarding stage and film work, but much of those were the result of hard work and dedication. I could very easily be a mathematician or any type of scientist if I wanted, though, and I'm told to have exceptional writing skills.

No indoor pest survives when it enters my vision.

One of my biggest hidden talents is going down on a woman. I'm dead serious - I never had a woman walk away from me disappointed.
The first things people usually notice about me
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Whatever it was that compelled you to read my profile is probably what people first notice about me.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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For fiction, I tend to linger online. I like the smell of a library as much as any paperback enthusiast, but I don't remember the last time I read a book for fun. In my youth, I would dabble in writing fan fictions and the like, though nothing weird or creepy. My works are lost to the oceans of cyberspace, but they were experimental works that I only hoped were readable.

Favorite movies of mine tend to be movies I'd often see when the weather outside is frightful and I'm sick as a dog. Ghostbusters and other classic comedies, The Fugitive (starring Harrison Ford), Disney Pixar's earlier films, It's a Wonderful Life (I ALWAYS cry at that one), every live-action Batman movie ever made for various reasons, the Indiana Jones trilogy, and Singin' In the Rain starring Gene Kelly.

I wonder what "shows" are. If this site means TV, then Archer. If it means plays, it's a list too great to place here. If it means operas, how should I know, but I like the sound and love seeing them live. If it means art galleries, they all have merit to me. If it means promiscuous happenings during Spring Break, no comment.

I'm a tiny metalhead, but I still love the genre just the same. That said, I couldn't tell the difference between Fangs of Hell and Column of Crimson if you begged me to do so (yes, I just made those band names up). I'll listen to Metallica, Megadeth, Black Sabbath, "Dream On" by Aerosmith (literally just that one song), Guns 'N' Roses, and a little bit of AC/DC mixed in with Deep Purple. Alternative rock and ska punk are two of my favorite sub-genres of rock, and Green Day and Goldfinger are my favorite bands in each respective genre. However, I'm a major fan of EDM and experimental electronic music. Infected Mushroom, Pendulum, Deadmau5, and Knife Party are just four of the major EDM artists I love.

Video games are a major part of my life. The best game ever made is The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, and I consider that an indisputable fact. It just so happens that it's number one in my heart, as well. When I played Ocarina as a child, my mind expanded as it was simultaneously blown. No video game had such a profound effect on me before or since, and I began to look on all forms of entertainment with a new sense of vision. If I never played Ocarina, Mass Effect 2 (and the other two games in the trilogy) would possibly be my favorite game of all time, with its flawless story and compelling gameplay.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
Undiscovered knowledge
My functioning hands and fingers
Flattery and respect
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
What to say in any given social situation.

Super powers.

The awe the universe gives me and the depression of the knowledge that I will barely know anything about it when I die.

How I can brighten someone's day (this is a work-in-progress, but I'm getting there).
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
I worry if my profile is too dense.

I'm not looking for friends unless you're a lesbian. I get along fabulously with them.
You should message me if
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You're a bold, undaunted woman. Obvious, if you message me, but I don't mix with old-fashioned "I'm a pretty flower" types very well.

And no, I don't want to just be friends.