Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
I hate being made to summarise my entire personality in one small
box. It's like trying to catch an angry badger using only a small
net made of paper mache by children with glue allergies.
This section has a tendency to become extremely droll. So in
I'm tall and I study Engineering; love me.
I live on my lonesome in Rhodes and can often spotted lounging in
the complex spa. It's stressful.
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
>Changing my OkCupid profile to something slightly more absurd
every week. Come back in a month for a an ecclesiastical epic
composed grandiloquently by a color-blind boy in a variety of red
and green crayons.
>In my final year of Civil Engineering at USYD. Its almost
overwhelmingly exciting, I know. If you are feeling too relaxed, I
can speculate on the structural weaknesses in the ceiling directly
>Otherwise I work every conceivable job at a pool and
own/operate a business that builds/repairs PCs. Confused? Me
>Trolling people on this site. I offer no repent for any and all
magniloquent and frustratingly absurd messages.
>Modelling. Hah. Got you. The boring 3D computer kind. *weeps
>Looking longingly at my sun lounge. Damn you winter.
>Hitting my head every time I go to sit down on the train.
>Living alone in Rhodes. Visiting hours available on
>Cooking way too much food for one person.
>Not having the time to meet any of my Tinder matches.
>Being annoyingly optimistic.
>Ruining my body in the process of staying fit.
>Pondering the inherent contradiction in the previous two items
on this list.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
>Swimming. Other sports.
>Shouting at inanimate objects when they inevitably collide with
>Computers. Don't tell my neighbour that I broke into his
>Fixing things. All things.
>Being disconcertingly sarcastic.
>Judging the quality of the coffee I've been handed without
>Writing absurd and slightly disconcerting things on this page
to avoid actually speaking about myself too much.
>Having no followers on Spotify
>Heat production. Feed me and I will produce heat at a rate
comparable to a nuclear power plant.
>I have been amusingly dubbed 'the Zen master' due to my
extremely calm nature. Possibly because I accidentally swallowed
the little book of calm. Yoga is potentially fatal to me.
The first things people usually notice about me
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
Honestly I have no idea. I don't stop to ask.
Perhaps they get the impression that I'm completely and utterly
It would explain a lot.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Help your potential matches find common interests.
I read continually (not continously, learn the difference).
Amazon's profits jumped by 20% when I bought a kindle and then
plummeted again when I realised that it was financially
unsustainable not to torrent them. I mainly read
Sci-fi/Fantasy/Historical Fiction but I'm not fussy. That said, I'd
run screaming from a Tim Winton novel; Cloudstreet left
Game of Thrones
Real Time with Bill Maher
Any science/engineering related documentary
Movies - Yes I watch them.
Anything Involving Quentin Tarantino
The Lord of the Rings
Music - An assortment of black, death and progressive Metal. But
no, I won't impose it upon you.
Will eat anything except for most of the awful slimy things that
people incomprehensibly retrieve from the ocean. I'm pretty happy
with land mammals. Tuna is the exception; I am probably causing the
vast over-fishing in our oceans.
Can and do cook often, mainly spicy things. Have also been known to
bake things if I'm feeling like it.
Vegan and vegetarian friendly if desired.
I spend way too much money on coffee. Go on, ask me about my
That was a joke, don't ask me about my espresso machine unless you
want to be bombarded with technical details and completely ignored
while I fawn helplessly over how wonderful it is.
I am a disgusting coffee snob.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
Sausages and Spam
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
To compose a shortlist:
>What was it I was supposed to do when I got into this
>Is there an easier way to do this with programming?
>Why am I doing this? I know this is a bad idea. Why am I
laughing when this is such a bad idea?
>Is this too much of a beard for work today?
>What should I have for dinner?
>Have I done enough exercise today to enable me to sleep
>What is that person doing, I wonder if I can get a photo
without them noticing?
>Is this going to be too many chillies or not enough?
>Do they know I'm being sarcastic or...
>Is being this romantically particular counter-productive?
>Do I really need that?
>Are religious people serious? Really? No, really?
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Myself usually; however I can't make any promises.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
I can spend months by myself and never get lonely.
I am dreadful at compliments.
You should message me if
Offer a few tips to help matches win you over.
This section is futile, women don't message men. That would be a
world gone mad. Make haste and put interesting things in your
profile so that I will message you.
Want to trade amusing banter.
Are tall. (over 5'8")
Love the beach/nature/travelling/staying active.
Are not enraged by morning persons.
You want someone to exercise with. Be warned, I don't do half
Spend too much time and money on coffee.
Like tall guys.
Have a slightly evil sense of humor.
Enjoy spicy food.
Have book recommendations.
Your grammar is impeccable.
Have a physio/sports massage qualification and will give me free
Your computer is broken.
You have an interesting discussion topic.
Are bored. I don't bite. Unless you are delicious.
Any of the above. Or none.
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