After reading many a profile, I've noticed that there is a lot of emphasis placed on knowing when to use the appropriate homophone, so I feel compelled to let you know that I know the difference between your and you're, not to mention yore. I know the rest, too, which makes me a big hit at parties.
I'm more of a Peter Walsh than a Richard Dalloway.
I'm an over-educated guy who went to some New England schools. I have two Ivy League degrees, so if you like smart guys, I could probably introduce you to some.
I'm from all over the country and travel all over the world. Worldly possessions make me restless, so I try not to grow attached to them.
During the day (and less frequently at night) I work for a much-beloved educational publisher that shall remain nameless. You might know us for a big, red dog with whom we're associated. Basically, I create stuff for the Center For Kids Who Can't Read Good And Wanna Learn To Do Other Stuff Good Too.