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MeetMrFabulous

55 M San Diego, CA

My Details

Last Online
Today – 9:10am
Orientation
Straight
Ethnicity
White
Height
5′ 10″ (1.78m)
Body Type
A little extra
Diet
Anything
Smokes
No
Drinks
Rarely
Drugs
Never
Religion
Agnosticism, and laughing about it
Sign
Pisces, but it doesn’t matter
Education
Graduated from university
Job
Other
Income
$100,000–$150,000
Relationship Status
Single
Relationship Type
Offspring
Doesn’t have kids
Pets
Likes dogs
Speaks
English

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My self-summary
Extremely talented, dreamy eyes, devilishly sexy smile, legendary sense of humor. Like everyone, I am humanly paradoxical; shy and outgoing, serious and silly, quiet and obnoxious, but I am always tender and playful.

I am imperfect but lots of fun. I've never been married but I'm not crazy or anything. I'm unique, just like everybody else, but sometimes I think I'm even uniquer. Sometimes I wish I wasn't so unique. I'm missing that part of the brain that gets people excited about watching sports. (I forget what it's called but I don't have it so it doesn't really matter anyway.) I'm the funniest person I know and I mean the good kind of funny. I have many interesting theories about life and the universe and everything. I sometimes keep weird hours and I work too damn much.

When I'm not working I take classes and like to watch movies and play keyboards. I always have a book going and I like swimming.

Although I feel that everyone should and I do always vote, the ongoing raucous debate between the politically left and right feels, to me, tedious and exhausting. Personally, I find the conventional one-dimensional political continuum far too restrictive and require at least a three- or four-dimensional space to properly plot my own unique and intricate worldview. I would guess, however, that my particular brand of anarchistic polygamy would project onto the more socially progressive/fiscally conservative end of the bourgeois and highly pedestrian lone dimension, if such a place exists.

I have also been known to write little stories, poems, and the occasionally psychotic letters to the editors of various local rags under juvenile pen names, like Ivan Abscess and Maya Buttreeks.

If you need drama in your life or you get some kind of charge you can't really explain when someone slights or neglects you, I'm probably not for you. I would much rather make out than argue. I'm not a "bad boy" and I'm not looking for something uncomplicated or "discreet."

I could tell you what my friends say about me but what good would that do? I pay those freaks good money to tow the party line.

If anyone's still reading, I guess you should probably meet me if you really want to know what I'm like.
What I’m doing with my life
My days are usually spent wandering the ranarium in my robe and slippers grumbling about the general state of things and being kept down by The Man, the song of my youth replaced by incessant swearing at other drivers and outbursts of, "You kids stay off my damn lawn!"

When I'm not putting in work on the Boo Radley Lifetime Achievement Award, I am self-employed which can be time consuming and require intense bursts of effort but also allows me to take time off during the week and avoid the crowds to go see a movie or take classes during the day, which I really like.

I'm curious about almost everything and I'm one of those life long learners that you hear so much about.

Most importantly I am trying to find you, an extraordinary and delightful cutie to soothe the ache in my heart.
I’m really good at
Among the vast array of my impressive and varied talents I think fixing stuff that is broken is something that I am pretty good at. I'm an electrical engineer and I'm sort of MacGyvery. Whatever it is, even if I can't fix it I can usually at least disassemble it and leave the parts all over your living room floor.

You've heard of infectious laughter? Well I'm a carrier.

I'm good at letting people who find it hard to be, be themselves.

Unfortunately, the thing I may be best at is getting under people's skin. I really have a knack for annoying the hell out of people.
The first things people usually notice about me
Probably my sense of style. As you can tell from my photos I clearly know the importance of making a good first impression and a snappy chapeau.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I think my favorite book is "Straight Man" by Richard Russo but I have a lot of them actually. I always have a novel going. I read technical books and articles about all kinds of nerdy things but especially cryptography and lately, plastics. I don't like biographies that much. I like comedies and a tiny bit of science fiction. I like reading a certain kind of play with a feeling that I can't describe but some of Sam Shepard's work sort of has it.

I also like lots of movies depending on my mood. I like movies with complicated plots and crimes like Heist and Snatch and The Usual Suspects. I like movies that are just beautiful to look at like Blade Runner and The Cook, The Thief, His Wife and Her Lover. I don't like horror movies much. I like comedies. I often think up back stories or how they could be improved like making Saumel L. Jackson and John Travolta the leads in Napoleon Dynamite and Jon Heder and Efren Ramirez in Pulp Fiction or how the serial killer in Silence of the Lambs turned his life around and became the police captain in Monk.

The same with music, it depends on my mood. Rock, of course, (pre-Sammy Hagar Van Halen for instance), big band jazz-type stuff (Sinatra, Harry Connick Jr., Brian Setzer), classical (Barber's "Adagio for Strings", Bach's "Toccata and Fugue in D Minor" on "Switched on Bach 2000") and old school rap, like Dr. Dre, Digital Underground, Tupac, and The Geto Boys.

Lots of different food too which I won't list here.

I like stone sculpture, vivid colors, and graffiti. (Not the some-asshole-writes-his-name-on-a-wall type graffiti, but the murals and stylized letters type graffiti.) I like artistic neon.

I like cactus and carnivorous plants.

I like things that aren't what they seem to be and things that are more than what they seem to be.
The six things I could never do without
1) Beer.
2) Pornography.
3) Bacon.
4) My blankie.
5) A good criminal defense attorney.
6) My ability to crack myself up with these answers.

Actually, the only things I can think of are my piano and hope. I get kind of tense or something if I don't play my piano for a while. And, well, hope speaks for itself.

Oh, and maybe pizza.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
As I read this over I find it simply astounding that some lucky lady hasn't already made me all her own.
On a typical Friday night I am
Plotting the overthrow of your planet with my big box of crayons, sparkly glue, macaroni, and construction paper.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I'm actually surprisingly normal but I don't think disappointingly so.

Also, I'm sort of a hopeless romantic but please don't tell anyone. I'm afraid it will clash with the general he-man image I'm trying to cultivate.
I’m looking for
  • Girls who like guys
  • Ages 34–54
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For long-term dating
You should message me if
1. You lost a bet. (Don't laugh. When it comes to getting messages this is pretty much my bread and butter.)

2. It's part of the experiment.

3. You are someone who is tender, sensual, playful, interesting, strong and honorable just like me except, you know, a girl. You get that I can actually do without beer, bacon, pornography, etc. You have the imagination to see what a peach I am and knew when to laugh as you read this. You're looking for someone who isn't interchangeable. And you are someone I can look up to who has her own opinions and can teach me things and keep me from making any gigantic mistakes. I'm looking for someone cute and intelligent enough to keep me on my toes. I like educated, interesting women so bring your advanced degree or checkered past!

And, I'm a sucker for a quick wit and a pretty face.