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  • Ages 18–35
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Last online
May 24
5′ 10″ (1.78m)
Body Type
Atheism, and laughing about it
Capricorn, and it’s fun to think about
Graduated from university
Has dogs
My self-summary
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I am obsessed with expanding my imagination, I find that art (music, movies, books) and social interactions (sports, parties, gatherings, etc.) fuel new things to think about. The more new things I can learn about and experience the more my imagination can grow and the happier I am.

I take part in a widespread gauntlet of activities, My favorites include snowboarding, rafting, camping and climbing. I also am very nerdy, I love video games and movies to a high degree. On the flip side of that, I'm a health nut, which is good cause food and I are in an intimate affair, I'm always looking to try something new. I'm much better with specific questions rather than a vague self summary style tell all story about me. So if the things above peek your interest and you want to find out more don't hesitate to ask.
What I’m doing with my life
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Doing my part to make the world more entertaining.
I’m really good at
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Listening to music is a joy that is indescribable and is a must in my daily routine. Social interaction keeps me energetic and lively.

I'm really good at first impressions and conversations. and other things of qualifying nature that one or any will find usefull/fun.

I ask A LOT of questions. I tend to be quite inquisitive.
The first things people usually notice about me
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I'd like to say that people notice my wit, and charming demeanor, but mostly people just say, "hey do you know you look like Hugh Jackman?" It's not true though. He looks like me.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Fahrenheit 451, Eight O'clock in the Morning, Journey to the West

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, TMNT 2, TMNT3, Out Cold, Idle Hands, Shawn of the Dead, Donnie Darko, Big Trouble in Little China, The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension, Kick-Ass, The Thing, They Live, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, Despicable Me, Kill Bill, Brick, Drunken Master

I LOVE music, i spend hours listening to a site called 8tracks that delivers me all kinds of music. It always makes me happy. Good music give ms more energy than thirty energy drinks injected straight in to my veins.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
Coffee, speakers that go up to 11, knowledge, home made nun-chucks, water, chocolate milk,
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Fictional things, girls, travel, the cosmos.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Going out with friends, trying different activities that i once thought was lame, i.e. going to plays. Growing up past the "lets get drunk and pass out" phase of my life. Enjoying the company of interesting people.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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So there I was, in the club of the Monte Carlo Resort and Casino, bored. It’s a funny thing about clubs in Vegas, they are more about appearing the they are fun rather then let any one actually have fun. I was with a group of counselors that I had worked with during the summer and this was our one last event with each other before going back to our normal lives. Knowing that drinks were going to be expensive and virtually not worth it, we decided to bring flasks in to the club with us. I had one of tequila in my back pocket.
After sucking the flask dry and realizing that the stages were reserved for girls only, causing there to be an overprovision of dudes standing in the middle trying to out awesome one another in order to gets first on any girl that was brave enough to leave the stage. It was time for me to try and make it back to our hotel.
We were staying at the Excalibur, and unknown to me until I walked out on to the streets of Vegas, it was on the other end of the strip. I must have forgotten about that car ride we took to get over to where I was now. My fist choice was obvious, take a taxi. As I rummaged through my pockets for cash I found five dollars. Understanding that this was probably not enough to accomplish my goals, I enacted plan B. No, wait plan B is a pill that wouldn’t help. Plan C was to find food and prepare or postpone my journey until the others were done and wanted to leave. And what luck, right across the street from me was Panda Express. Not only was I hungry or even starving, but here, in front of me was my favorite Chinese fast food joint. The fact that I would most likely have a long walk home was not ok to deal with just so long as I got to eat that drenched golden orange chicken. As the warm glow from the lights filled my face and my stomach with anticipation, this turn of fortune quickly became the highlight of my night.
You might be asking, what’s with the obsession with this place? Well that’s an easy one to answer, as working as a camp counselor it is a 24/6 job. We get one day off a week, to spend with a third of the counselors. What to do, where to go, what to eat are all group decisions, and no matter how great my persuasion to have lunch at Panda Express it was never meet with a positive out come.
With enthusiasm I weaved through the traffic to my destination. As I stood in the fast food place, mauling over the menu I remembered I still had only five dollars and the two entrée meal was about six dollars. Dejected from another failed plan, I walked out the doors and noticed to my left a semi out door casino. I walked up to the black jack table and exchanged my five dollars for one chip.
I’m not sure how long I was at that table, the tequila must have caught up with me around that time, but I ended my stay there my awkwardly holding a hand full of chips and sliding off the stool. I made my way to the Cash In counter where they gave me 140$. Excited, not only by my recent income, but also the fact that I had cash for a taxi ride home. I hailed the taxi, told them my destination, and as we started to leave I caught a neon glow of a panda out of the corner of my eye. And I grew sad as my stomach growled.
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