Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
Different, intermittently diffident, with a significant hint of
That should give you a tiny but untinted window into who I am - the
man and the brand.
I should clarify and elaborate upon some of my answers. My eyes are
a greenish blue. My hair is dark blond/light brown when short and
light blond when long. I have a full head of hair. I am 5’7 &
7/8“ tall barefoot, so I figured I would round up.
While I do want a biological child, I am not willing to go through
extraordinary measures to have one; if I cannot conceive one with
my wife in the conventional way, then I will accept that I was not
meant to be a biological father. I have no problem dating women
with one or more biological or adopted children already as it is
natural and somewhat expected for women my age to have them.
I prefer to move efficiently and talk and/or meet sooner rather
Given my age and general disposition I cannot help but keep it
real. As a consequence I am no ladies' man and most of my life has
been devoid of romantic and/or sexual relationships. I do not have
any sexually-transmitted diseases and I respectfully decline to
date or marry anyone who does. I am resolved to abstain from sex
until after my marriage ceremony despite my constantly intense
sexual desires since I have a considered fear of the negative
consequences of sex that takes place outside of a monogamous,
committed relationship. In light of my limited experience, I will
have to settle for asking my wife what she wants and consulting the
I am still Roman Catholic because I crave the sense of community I
get from belonging to something so huge, the majesty of its Gothic
churches, the organs played therein and the way it looks out for
the pre-born, refugees and other vulnerable people.
My favorite places are all urban areas with large Catholic
populations, snow sticking to the ground every year and old brick
architecture. That is why I moved to Philadelphia 04/08.
Pittsburgh, Chicago, St. Louis and Boston seem attractive as well.
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
I have earned a bachelor's degree in economics and a master's
degree in accounting. Due to the state of the economy, my
experiences in the working world and at interviews and my desire to
have a career in rap (why shouldn't I do what I am good at?), I do
not work in either field.
So that I may keep eating, I do customer service work in an office
at the headquarters of a somewhat prominent retailer. I am hardly
well off but I can support my modest tastes and help my mother out
as well (she lives hundreds of miles away) since she certainly does
need it and I would prefer to do without rather than borrow or beg
from friends, dates or a significant other. I really do not like
talking about income (given the amount, it cannot seem like
bragging to you) here but women, especially those hoping to be
mothers (again?) are understandably concerned about whether I would
be an asset or a liability to them financially and I must
acknowledge that. I work a lot of overtime and tend to ponder a bit
as to whether such and such is worth buying so I have become good
at saving money and often I have been much better off financially
(that is certainly the case now) then the casual observer would
tend to think. Since overtime has been pretty steady over a number
of years (enough to establish a trend), I adjusted my yearly income
to include it (before I just put the range in which my base pay
In sum, I am an artist but not a broke or starving one since I have
spent more time over the years at my mundane job(s) than actually
doing art. Assuming I want you, all that I want from you is you
(and all of you at that...and I will surrender myself in return)
and over time I will prove that I am not trying to get into your
purse so as to bring to life my lofty dreams.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
rapping. I enjoy writing lyrics - though this may be my raison
d'etre rather than a hobby. I am also pretty good at normal
conversation. However, I will not live out of my car or jeopardize
myself or others financially to get a record out or make any
lyrical compromises to impress a Big Four record company executive.
I simply will not work hard on something only to be told that it
cannot be released to my public, so self-production and
distribution might be the way to go for my work. 'Tis better to be
unknown than be fake and follow formulas that do not gel with who I
am in the pursuit of fame.
The first things people usually notice about me
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
is probably either my eyes or the way my lower lip sticks out.
Numerous people have said it looks like dip lip even though I have
never chewed smokeless tobacco and never will.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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I prefer nonfiction works from self-help to true crime. I read Do
Not Eat This Book by Morgan Spurlock and it was hilarious.
My favorite movies include Office Space.
My favorite music is that which is rich in melody due to guitars
and/or keyboards. I love heavy metal as well as more mainstream
music provided that it impacts me viscerally. I listen to some rap
but my time is better spent composing my own, really.
My favorite foods include cheesecake, grapes, turkey and multiple
fruit (except grapefruit) juices.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
include hope, health, hydrogen, horsepower, hotels and hampers.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
how the world is going to hear my raps, how I am going to make sure
that my mother receives dignified care as she advances in age and,
of course, holy, dignified, passionate and mutually-satisfying sex.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
You should message me if
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after these disclosures and against the odds, you think that I
might be the type of man you could marry or if you know someone you
think I should meet. Realistically, though, you probably would not
write to me - you would hope I would initiate things if you were
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