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29 Waltham, MA Man


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I’m looking for

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  • Ages 18-32
  • Near me
  • For long-term dating

My details

Last online
Online now!
Relationship Type
5' 10" (1.78m)
Body Type
Doesn’t have kids
English, Armenian
My self-summary
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My profile has been a work in progress over the period of a couple years. I'm super easy to talk with. I have a lot of smarts and love to share. I'm also losing hope for online dating. Honestly, I'm not super great at introducing myself to strangers since I'm briefly shy, but I've still had better luck at that than this online process. However, my best relationship ever (10yrs ago) started online so I absolutely won't dismiss the possibility of something incredible starting here. Anyway, onto my summary!

I love myself. I'm confident, respectful, trustworthy, kind and loving to both myself and others; I genuinely know it and feel great about the person I am.

I'm a fun person. I have a sense of humor and a "go for it" attitude and would be up for all kinds of adventures, even (especially) if it's a little crazy.

I'm athletic and enjoy activities which require athleticism. I think it's a shame to have bodies that we can do so much with but only use them to sit in front of a computer or TV our whole lives. (I'm an avid rock climber of 12 years and I go 2-3 times a week and it would be awesome to have someone that's more than friends to climb with)

I have a strong personality. Not in an overbearing sense but with a lot of depth, mostly filled with intelligence and a large capacity for fun, love and passion.

I'm great at driving a car. I feel like who we are heavily impacts our driving habits. It's a combination of our intelligence, situational awareness, coordination and our ability to predict/compensate according to our surroundings.

I communicate pretty well. That is the icing on the cake (and what's cake without icing?). For all of our great traits to work together, communication is the tie, it brings it all together, it's our whole purpose of being together so great communication makes a great relationship.
What I’m doing with my life
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Being awesome!!!! I'm having fun and enjoying what I do, whether it's hanging out with friends, being at work, rock climbing, or even playing video games. I don't live to work but I work to live and I live to love! I really love creating things and I am working on a few things which will hopefully reach the patent process soon! :-D
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Ice skating
Fixing things
Rock climbing
Singing in tune
Drumming to the beat
Putting lists in order by length
Sports and other physical activities

Being brave
Being confident
Teaching others
Making analogies
Being a gentleman
Making people happy
Using my imagination
Discovering new skills
Working with technology
Thinking outside the box
Listening and giving advise
Being fun and spontaneous
The first things people usually notice about me
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People tell me that I have an extremely easy-going and relaxed personality which makes them feel comfortable and happy to be around me.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Movies: Action/comedy/anything fun.

Music: Mostly rock and techno/house, but I really listen to everything.

FOOD!! I love food!! All kinds of food, steak (filet mignon medium-rare is my absolute fav food), fish (sushi!!!), salad, ethnic foods, you name it. I love to cook too.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
A fit body
My Subaru WRX
Really good food
Physical activities
Computer / Android Phone
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
When I'll meet someone that I really like. I'm 29 now and while I'm totally down to have some crazy fun, I'd also like to find my co-awesome in the process.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Working or at the rock climbing gym.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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My greatest strength is my ability to learn and adapt to accomplish my goals efficiently and effectively. I have a very strong curiosity which has lead me to knowledge of all types allowing me to make deeper connections to "know why" things happen, rather than just "thinking they do". However, I am very well aware that I am not always going to be correct and am happily willing to stand corrected (with an explanation) to further improve what I do know. I work very well with others as a team and always spread my cheerfulness and optimism to my surroundings.

Short story for anyone that has read this far: When I was five years old I was staring at my night light wondering why the switch would cause the light to turn on. I turned the switch off, unscrewed the bulb, looked inside, stuck my finger in it, and knowing something should happen, I turned the switch on. At that moment, I figuratively (and nearly literally) turned my light bulb on. It sparked my curiosity to the next level and it has been on ever since.
You should message me if
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You're fun.

You have some guts.

You want to go rock climbing.

You like what you read in my profile.

You have something absolutely crazy to say.

You want someone awesome to do all kinds of fun things with.

If you want to talk with me, send me a message and I will talk with you. If you don't have the guts to say hi to someone you think you might reallyyy like, then I will never know of your existence and nothing will ever come of it. I can get along with mostly anyone, but if you don't have some drive in you to get what you want then chances are that we aren't going to work out. If you can do that much to send a message then I will put as much effort as you do in writing a response. Fair enough?