29 Montreal, Quebec, CA
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My self-summary
Describing myself in a box is a challenge but in a nutshell: I’m completely neurotic, incredibly insecure, and I complain a lot (I fit the Jewish stereotype to a T --- except I’m poor). I'm sure you're all sold by now, but if not, feel free to continue reading.

As far as work and school go, I have a degree in commerce and I'm currently working in an accounting position. Over the years, I've come to realize that accounting isn't for me, and I'm most likely going to end up switching fields. Have I decided on that field yet? No. Do I know if I'll end up back in school? Not a clue. Do I have a clear cut plan on what I want to do with my career? Absolutely not. I realize that knowing what path I want to take in life will make me more attractive to people, but I want to be upfront. For many, finding the right career is anything but an easy task.

I love music and film and comedy. Larry David and Louis CK are heroes of mine, and I do think Kanye West IS a creative genius (I acknowledge that Kanye is an egomaniac but I will vehemently defend his ability as a musician). I love traveling and I get high off the smell of a hotel room. I enjoy exploring new cities and learning their history. I like reading about different topics in science (evolutionary biology fascinates me). I’m also an obsessive Sopranos fan and I watch the show religiously…it’s just about the only thing I do ‘religiously’. I can literally sit there and watch an episode and know exactly what the characters are going to say before they say it…I don’t know if that’s something I should be boasting about on a dating site or something I should be telling a shrink.

I’m very opinionated and enjoy a good debate/discussion. The topics I hold strong opinions on range from meaningless ‘Seinfeld-y’ material such as whether or not we should hire bathroom monitors to make sure people wash their hands after using public restrooms to something more significant like religion or politics. Oh, and people who believe 9/11 was an inside job should check into a mental asylum. Sorry, I have to say that to weed out the 9/11 'truthers' !

I've been doing the online dating thing for quite some time now, and I haven't had the best luck, but I'm still trying to stay hopeful. I do want a long term relationship, but I also like to take my time in getting to know someone.
What I’m doing with my life
Working a 9-5 office job, taking frequent trips to New York and Los Angeles, and trying to figure out what I'm passionate about.
I’m really good at
- Imitating people. I do Joe Pesci really well.
- Finding humor in any situation
- Entertaining people with my outlandish behaviour
- Teaching my dog how to speak English
- Making smart comments like that one
- Attracting weird people that I can later write about if I ever decide to pursue a career in the film industry
The first things people usually notice about me
- That I look like either Jason Biggs, Adam Sandler, or Jerry Seinfeld. I'll take Seinfeld, I even have a friend named Newman
- My uncontrollable jewfro when I'm not wearing a hat
- My chronic squinting. I have glasses but I hate wearing them. That means I go through my days unintentionally ignoring people.
- My social awkwardness...actually, I prefer the term 'socially inept'. Inept is a fantastic word. Can't really explain why but it totally is.
- My dark/twisted sense of humor and my off colored jokes.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Favorite movies: too many to name but anything by Scorsese (Goodfellas, Casino, Raging Bull, Taxi Driver), the Coen Brothers (Fargo, No Country for Old Men, Burn After Reading), and Tarantino (Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction)...

TV Shows: Sopranos, Seinfeld, Breaking Bad, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Louie, The Ricky Gervais Show, Boardwalk Empire, The Life and Times of Tim

Music: Avid hip hop fan (favorites include Jay-Z, Nas, Kanye West, The Roots, Biggie, Outkast, A Tribe Called Quest, Wu Tang), classic rock (Beatles, Stones, Led Zep)...and then Bob Dylan, Bob Marley, The Black Keys, anything Jack White, Radiohead, Arcade Fire
The six things I could never do without
1. Crispy bacon...yes, it has to be crispy. If I'm at a restaurant I'll send it back if it's not crispy. I always feel like a jerk when I do that so I make sure to apologize profusely.
2. Music...ehh, that sounds like a cliched choice but whatever, it's too late now.
3. My dog. Even though he hates me... and he's totally justified in hating me after I accidentally dropped him the first time I picked him up at the pet shop.
4. Watching All in the Family/The Ricky Gervais Show while eating...yeah, I'll get into that more a little later.
5. Would I be completely ruining any chance of success on this site if I said masturbating?

well there ya go, top 5. Top 5 > Top 6. Who ever heard of the top 6 of anything?
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Southern California!!!!

and issues going on in the world, and in my world...from major to trivial. Major would include things like future career options, politics, impact of religion on society, the mysteries of the cosmos, different matters in science...trivial would include finding the right places to floss, outdated rules that we still follow for no good reason (like honestly, why is it a sign of 'respect' to remove your hat at the dinner table?), and why certain men allow their nails to grow long...it's really a grotesque site and I may move it to the 'major' issues section.
You should message me if
You have a great sense of humor and a curious mind.