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47 M Freemansburg, PA

I’m looking for

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  • Ages 29–51
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  • For new friends, long-term dating

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6′ 2″ (1.88m)
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Graduated from university
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Has kids
Likes dogs and likes cats
English (Fluently)

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My self-summary
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Whenever I can't think of anything clever to say about myself, I pilfer a line from Raymond Babbitt in "Rain Man." It's simple yet effective: "I'm an excellent driver." Perhaps I can't deliver it as convincingly as Dustin Hoffman, but it gets me out of a pinch when I'm about to give a lecture. I'm an educated man who enjoys the company of intelligent, witty women. By profession, I'm an English teacher, but I'm also a novelist with ambitions to publish on a larger scale than I already have. It seems that I'm always in the process of writing something, and this has been the story of my life. I'm still waiting to craft the perfect sentence. For those fellow writers out there, you know what I'm talking about. But as much as I love the craft of writing fiction, I also enjoy the company of a passionate, sexy woman who doesn't take herself too seriously all the time. If you're into smiling and sunshine, that's two things we have in common right there. Let's find out what else we'll love to do together.

If you enjoy, good rock-n-roll music, laughing, reading, films, exercise, and just being out together doing whatever comes to mind, I might be the right guy for you, or even a friend. Disclaimer: I don't like rap music; if I wanted to hear bad poetry shouted into a microphone, I'd probably write and perform my own songs. Okay, I suppose back in 1986 I didn't mind Run DMC's version of "Walk this Way", but that was the end of the line for me. To me, Eminen (M & M) is still a candy, and when people ask me if I like Tu Pac, I say, "I'd rather have a six pack, on my stomach, or in my fridge (but these two packs are unlikely to happen in unison). Also, 50 cent is still half a buck as far as I'm concerned.
What I’m doing with my life
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I'm currently an English teacher and creative writing teacher at a high school in New Jersey. I spend time with my children, and live close to them. I also write novels, as I mentioned, and plan to publish some "most excellent" fiction in the future. I'd like to say I'm into sky-diving, bungee jumping, mountain climbing, cougar wrestling (couldn't resist), and deep sea diving in shark infested waters off the Ivory Coast ("I think we need a bigger boat."), etc, but alas, the Byronic hero in me is reserved for the imaginative portion of my brain, which occupies the same spot as common sense. By the way, what's the male equalivant to a "cougar" when describing an older woman's attraction to younger men? We need some kind of animal to describe such men other than "Dog" or "Old Pervert." How about Mountain Lions, or Bisons? It's got to be something tough, but lovable. Come to think of it, Bisons aren't so lovable unless you like hairy backs. I know women rate that about as highly as seeing a Speedo bikini on a guy at the beach ("I was in the pool!") I don't know, I'm just thinking in words here.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Do people still use the term "making out" when referring to kissing for extended periods of time? I'm good at that when I have the right "maker-outer" to participate. I also can hold my own at writing, intelligent conversations, armchair quarterbacking, silliness, day-dreaming, and the occasional board game of RISK. Some say I'm a pretty good teacher, (thanks, Mom), and I generally like to help people. I also can work a washing machine like a old spinster, although I have a tendency to put all my clothing in the same load, turn the dial, and see what happens. So if you should ever happen to see me in purple underwear with random pink splotches, it's more than likely evidence of a laundering malfunction than a flamboyant fashion choice. Oh, and I'm great at telling bad jokes. How am I making out so far?
The first things people usually notice about me
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Generally speaking, without knowing me, people often comment on my smile. After spending some time with me, people usually recognize (and sometimes even tolerate) my quirky sense of humor. Beyond that, it must be my Herculean physique...ha ha...I'm just trying to keep you awake. I keep wishing someone could just CGI muscles on my body like they did in that flick "300". When trying to explain what my physique looks like, I say think of the movie "300" minus about 150. Are we still on for tonight?
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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This is a tough question, because depending on the genre of book or film, or even my mood, this information may vary. I generally like fiction, which means I read quite a few novels per year. I'm currently reading The Five by Robert Maccammon. My favorite novel is Boys Life by the same author, published back in the early 90's or so. If you haven't read it, please do: it'll change your perspective on childhood and make you wish you could go back again, no matter how good or bad yours was. I also love films, and one of my favorites include Sling Blade--fantastic from start to finish--if you've seen this movie, you'll most likely agree. As annoying as this is to some people, I will quote obscure and sometimes obvious movie lines when the situation calls for it. I also like to combine characters from films to create truly odd situations. For example, take Carl from Sling Blade (played by an unrecognizable Billy Bob Thorten (sp)), and imagine him sitting in the diner where Meg Ryan and Billy Crystal talked about "faking it" in a classic scene from "When Harry Met Sally." So after Meg goes through her pseduo-orgasmic routine, Carl looks at the waitress and says in his guttural voice, "I'll have what she's having...mmm...hmmm." If you haven't seen either film, you don't know what the heck I'm talking about, but if you did, you're probably smiling. If you're smiling now, we should hit it off. If you're not smiling, go watch both movies, and we'll still probably hit it off.
Music: I love classic rock, and folk rock, and just anything where talented muscians are playing instruments and the lyrics are as important as the melody. Favorites include: Led Zeppelin, (does anybody remember laughter?) Robert Plant, Pink Floyd, Roger Waters (he wrote "the Wall.") Meatloaf (the singer, not the food), Lindsey Buckingham, Stevie Nicks, too, The Eagles, Paul Simon, (do you remember Graceland?) Neil Young, U2, The Beach Boys, both Brian and Dennis Wilson, The Beatles (who doesn't like Abbey Road?)among other classic rockers. Now for the food issue: I eat primarily chicken and fish, and salads. I also like cinnamon flavored anything. For me, keep it light and simple. I don't like heavy sauces, and my breakfast usually consists of Frosted Mini Wheats, and orange juice.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
1. My Journal and a good pen
2. A suntan without any suspicious moles
3. My sense of humor
4. My electric toothbrush
5. Diet Pepsi
6. My Imagination
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
I'm often thinking about why I can't find two matching socks after I do my's either that, folks, or quantum physics, and since I suck at math, I'm stuck with the sock problem. Perhaps if I roll them together before I wash them, the socks will come out in a ball that don't get sucked into the mysterious abyss that has caused many men to resort to wearing sandals year-round...and I hate sandals, or more specifically, I hate flip-flops. And guys shouldn't wear open-toed sandals anyway, that and spandex. To me, purgatory might be having to stay in an environment where only men wearing sandals and spandex are riding around aimlessly on bicycles and the only thing on televison is "The View" on a perpetual loop. Actually, "The View" is probably more like hell. I can't see it being much worse. In fact, I've heard rumors that Dante created another tier in the Inferno where people are made to incessantly listen to Whoopie Goldberg and Joy Bayhar (sp) pontificate about world issues. I know there's a third and fourth viewpoint on the show, but their names escape me at the moment, and that may not be such a bad sign.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Depends on the Friday. I'm either with my young son, or I could be out listening to live music. Or, if the stars are properly aligned, I could be out with you, enjoying your company and sharing flirtatious banter. I'll keep the humor down to a minimum so you might even decide to stay awhile.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I'm going to need some time to think about this one. Look for it in an exclusive update. By the way, did you check out some of the bizarre and insipid questions asked on this site? If I answered all of these inquiries publicly, I don't think there would be anything left private about me to discuss. I'll tell you the funniest question in-person, or maybe you already happened upon it.
You should message me if
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You're looking for an intelligent, funny, guy who will treat you with respect and make you laugh, even when you don't feel like it. So I guess this is the part where you cast your line into the water, hoping to get a nibble. There's plenty of fish (yeah on that other site too) swimming around in this cyber pond that you might want to take home and put in a bowl for a couple of weeks. Hey, you might even keep your catch long enough to buy an aquarium and make the transfer. But it all starts with a line and a hook. Then reel him in, and hope you don't need a bigger boat...mmm...hmmm. One last thing, if we should go out on a date beyond the first, we can take my car, because as I already explained, "I'm an excellent driver."