Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
A little bit about me:
I'm a relaxed, and free spirited person. I love to tell dirty
puns/impromptu jokes and occasionally burst into song when the mood
strikes me. I'm a mad scientist at heart, a fiercely loyal friend,
and an uncommonly compassionate human being.
I absolutely love learning.
The pursuit of knowledge is driving force behind my life, and I
believe life should be lived with a sense of wonder. At the same
time, I'm a very competitive person. I'm someone who is internally
driven to succeed.
Miscellaneous about me:
-I do my best to be nonjudgmental. Everybody is weird in one way or
-I love building and making things. D.I.Y. guy.
-I enjoy philosophical discussions, and "nerdy" board games.
-Lizards are my favorite animal.
-I love debating
-I enjoy fishing, archery, and camping.
-I love swimming and generally being in the water.
-Patron of the arts.
It is my firm belief that I'm worth talking to.
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
I took two years off after high school to figure out what I wanted
to do with my life. I'm back in school now and working on my
engineering degree. It's so hard to pick just one specialty,
everything is so interesting! That said, I will probably settle on
something in the bio-medical or bio-mechanical field.
Once I get my degree, I want to start my own biotech company.
What I'm doing this week: learning how to play DnD.
Went to the Bristol renaissance faire.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Science related things, and building 'contraptions'.
As a little kid, my dad used to tell me all about the different
contributions the engineers in my family have made to spaceflight
and aeronautics. Naturally I decided I wanted to contribute too,
and so while my parents weren't looking, I made and launched a hot
air balloon which crash landed on a neighbor's rooftop. I was four
year old at the time and my aptitude and love of hands on science
has only grown since.
Being an emotional support to my friends.
Within my circle of friends, I'm the guy people come to for advice,
a friendly ear, or help with a problem.
I've prevented two suicides in the past four years, which is
something I'm begrudgingly proud of.
Thinking outside the box. I'm too big to fit inside most boxes.
Otherwise I'd still play 'fort'.
I have an amateur interest in cosplay. I've made a few of my own
costumes including Alex Delarge (with re-education headgear and
electrodes), a pair of Nacho Libre tights and mask, and a suit of
armor made from 3/16 plate steel.
"Sometimes...when you are a man, you wear stretchy pants, just for
The first things people usually notice about me
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You can't see it in the picture, but my eyes are very green. I'm
also taller than most people.
I'm often compared to a teddy bear.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Help your potential matches find common interests.
I love a good story. Science fiction, fantasy, adventure, and
horror are my favorite genres. I don't get to read as often as I'd
like to, but when I do I tend to binge on a particular author. If
you want specific titles, just ask me!
I listen to all kinds of music with the exception of country. I
have a particular penchant for alternative rock and classical
music. Favorites include, but are not limited to: Linkin Park,
Green Day, The Killers, My Chemical Romance, Disturbed, System of a
Down, Three Days Grace, Pink, The Beatles, Mozart, Vivaldi, Bach,
Chopin, and Tchaikovsky.
A Filet Mignon, NY strip steak or BBQ ribs will always make my
mouth water. I also love Greek and Mexican food.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
3. Something to laugh at.
4. Something to learn. ("Why?" is a beautiful sound.)
5. Quiet time.
6. A friend to talk to.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Science and sex take the lion's share of my thoughts, but really
anything could scurry in and hold my attention if there's some
substance to it.
It saddens me how so many people see sex as something dirty or
shameful. Sex is an incredible and beautiful experience, which can
be just as much spiritual as it is physical. It is a masterwork of
Wondering why so few people bother to reply to a message. It's bad
manners to ignore someone's greeting.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
I'm probably relaxing at home or with friends. If I'm home, then
I'm almost certainly looking something up online.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I'm essentially an open book. Ask me anything. Just be sure you
want to know the answer. I'll likely tell you more than you wanted
Fun fact: On multiple occasions I have set either my own house or a
neighbor's house on fire (all on accident of course). This was done
in the name of SCIENCE!!!! The subsequent running away was done in
the name of self preservation... hooray, I lived!
I might be a little eccentric.
My kinkiness changes with how good of a mood I'm in. The more
cheerful I am, the kinkier I get.
You should message me if
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Do you like figuring out how things work? Do you feel compelled to
look something up when you don't know what it is? Are you a flying
African purple rhinoceros? I'm looking for someone who can answer
"Yes!" to at least two of these questions!
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