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30 M Philadelphia, PA

My Details

Last Online
Yesterday – 4:54pm
5′ 8″ (1.73m)
Body Type
Mostly anything
Aries, and it’s fun to think about
Graduated from university
Entertainment / Media
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Has dogs
English (Fluently), German (Okay), Italian (Poorly)

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My self-summary
Oh...hello. Fancy meeting you here. Thanks for stopping by my profile. It was the upended car, wasn't it? Or possibly the cutie pie Miss Daisy Mae (my Boxer)?

I’m world traveled, quick witted, and curious to experience. So let's unravel the world together :)

If you’re susceptible to laughing, for your own health, I suggest moving on. I fall over backwards to make people laugh; quite literally, if necessary. I push it over the cliff and ride along with it.

When I have the time and inclination, I like to write. This is the paragraph I'm currently working on, which also describes my first experience in CO:

"As I slowed the Yukon from 65 to 55mph on that meandering mountain road, a large black shape slipped across the shadowy lanes. With a fleeting glimpse, the roadside lights illuminated the hulking mass to be a small bear. "Welcome to Colorado", I thought out loud, and pressed on into the deep night, scanning the roadside ever more suspiciously."


I don't really remember much after that, if you catch my meaning. ;)

Plain & simple, I’m looking for love. A love that will make Romeo & Juliet seem nothing more than an inconsequential footnote in the annals of mediocre lovers. I'm a bit of a hopeless romantic but what can I say other than make love, not war. Although falling head over heels still sounds appealing, I’m looking for someone who I can discover our love with, together; with no preconceptions of who we must be to one another. We can fall head over heels later.

But enough of that sappy crap and more about me. I’m the product of a Midwestern upbringing, where I learned to love all that’s green and that scurries; mixed with the care free, leisurely, attitude of Rome. Add a hint of the fast paced, career driven, lifestyle of the east coast, and you have me. If I had a choice, I’d take the do-nothing days at the corner cafes in Rome; for what is life, if not to enjoy it?

If I message you, that means I've taken the time to thoroughly read your profile. For the most part, I've probably also read most of your responses to the questions (did anyone else continue answering them until you realized it was optional?). I tend to be thorough like that and I hate wasting people's time.
What I’m doing with my life
"I solemnly swear that I'm up to no good."

Philadelphia's my beat and I'm walking it.

Learning to upload songs onto my iPod from another computer without losing all of my songs. Damn you Apple! (Does the fact that I used iPod instead of iPad or iPhone put me out of touch with technology?)

And the whole full time job thing. I'm the guy behind the scenes at live shows (mostly cover gigs but a handful of original shows as well). And yes, I can use the word gig :)
I’m really good at
...making people laugh, in any situation (including awkward ones).

I like to think I'm above average at photography.

Sherbet Land in Mario Kart. I've never lost. What!?

Anthropomorphizing things that shouldn't.

Weird; randomly, but perfectly, timed noises.
The first things people usually notice about me
An older lady at WaWa once commented on my eyes.

On a separate occasion, two women in an elevator said I smelled good. Both instances were somewhat awkward. It felt like the start of an Axe or Hot Bod commercial. "I want your bod!".

Besides that, I'd have to say my glasses (zort).
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: J.R.R. Tolkein; Harry Potter; Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Rum Diary, and anything by Hunter S. Thompson; anything by Kurt Vonnegut; Me Talk Pretty One Day or David Sedaris in general; The Count of Monte Cristo; The Idiot; The Beach; A Farewall to Arms (Bradley Cooper's rant in Silver Linings Playbook is an apt appraisal); and pretty much anything. My brain needs constant stimulation. More input!

Movies: The Big Lebowski (anything Cohen Bros.), Shawshank Redemption, Ghostbusters, Back To The Future (1), Army of Darkness (Bruce Campbell!) The Beach, Casablanca, Cocktail, anything Broken Lizard, anything Wes Anderson or from the 80's. Ben Stiller and Will Ferrell usually crack me up.

Shows: The Simpsons, The Office, LOST, 30 Rock (I love Tina Fey's brain), Dexter, FRIENDS, Due South, Seinfeld, Rescue Me, Family Guy, King of The Hill, Gargoyles, old Nick at Night, Portlandia, Parks & Recreation, Breaking Bad, Girls, The Walking Dead, HIMYM.

Music: 311, Sublime, Incubus, Third Eye Blind, Green Day, Blink-182, Brand New, Dashboard Confessional, Death Cab For Cutie, Bob Marley, Linkin Park, Queen, RHCP, Foster the People, The Smiths, Naked & Famous, Cage the Elephant, Group Love.

Food: Anything Italian. I get overwhelming cravings for carrots sometimes. Weird, right?
The six things I could never do without
Family & friends, although important to me, are lame responses so I've omitted them from below:

1. Pizza
2. Movies
3. My Dog (although I think she's an evil genius trapped in a dog's body)
4. My camera
5. My burgeoning library
6. Music
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Why some people can't figure out how to use touch screens at WaWa or the grocery store. What is taking you so long?!!!

The universe. PBS shows or what-have-you about space blow my mind. I'm currently trying to work out how gravity fits in with the other 3 forces. With no formal physics training, I'm finding it a bit difficult.

Should I go running or make dinner and veg out after work?
On a typical Friday night I am
Checking out a band for my job or hanging out with friends. Or, if I don't feel like anything, watching movies while editing photos. Sometimes driving to my hometown to see my mom, bro, and pup.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Opening a can of anything Pillsbury is a terrifying experience, which usually goes as follows:

- "Oh no oh no oh no, it's going to do it."
- "Jesus!"
I’m looking for
  • Girls who like guys
  • Ages 23–30
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating
You should message me if think you can out movie quote me. know how to work the Nikon D7000 intimately. like seeing live music (& 311 is your favorite band). want to buy a telescope and gaze out into the heavens.'re looking to shake things up.