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32 Jackson Heights, NY Man


I’m looking for

  • Women
  • Ages 23–35
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating

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Last online
Yesterday – 5:57pm
5′ 11″ (1.80m)
Body type
Agnosticism, and laughing about it
Graduated from masters program
Likes dogs
English, Serbian (Okay), Russian (Fluently)

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My self-summary
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Our perfect date:

I pick you up in my 2002 Mazda Protege. ES edition.
As you enter my sensible, fuel-efficient vehicle, you're enveloped by the erotic perfume of pine air freshener and cool ranch Doritos. Perched in the cup holders are two wineglasses. On the armrest, a box of Franzia Reserve. We clink glasses, toasting the evening ahead: "Isn't this illegal?" you whisper sensually. "Only if driving under the influence of passion is against the law" I reply sexily. And with that, my 4-door compact sedan slowly accelerates us into the night.

I take you to a fine restaurant. And as we enter the grand lobby of the Cheesecake Factory we're warmly greeted by the maitre d, Tiffany. They know me here. By the time we get to our impossibly large booth, you're already enchanted by the restaurant's stucco elegance. I watch you struggle with the multi-volume menu. The epicurean possibilities have overwhelmed you. So I take control and order for us. All 237 items. An endless line of former art-history majors and improv enthusiasts forms a processional of Buffalo wings, sliders and Chicken Piccata, all destined for us. After sampling the Tex Mex Egg Rolls and French Toast Napoleon, you rest your fork, defeated. The luxurious presentation of food continues unabated.

Emerging from your food coma, you ask in a low husky voice, "Can you afford to pay for all of this?" Reaching across the faux-marble table, I take your hand in mine, gaze deeply into your sparkling eyes, and charmingly reply: "I forgot my wallet at home. I'm going to need to borrow some money from you. And by some, I mean a lot." You are speechless.

Initially, I fear that my words of seduction have rocked you into a catatonic state. But then I notice your eyes looking up and to the right. Towards the entrance. Your yearning desire to pay the bill is clear to me. As is your desire to make out with me in the parking lot of this casual, but upscale, chain restaurant. The sexual tension between us is so thick that we could cut it with one of the many steak knives that litter our table.

But instead of paying the bill, you excuse yourself to visit the restroom. You take your purse, jacket and all other personal possessions with you, saying you'll return shortly. 10 minutes pass. Then 20. I start to worry that you're not coming back. But then I remember something that puts my fears to rest. Of course you're coming back. We still need to order dessert.
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
Working for an animal rights group that raises public ire and then brings the f%$cking whirlwind to those who, for reasons unknown, can't tell the difference between right and wrong.

But that's work....
So what happens at 5:00:01? The cock crows 6 times....the briefcase turns into a pumpkin pie.

Weekends: chasing idle thoughts, reading old Calculus crib sheets, backtracking the steps, learning to cook over an open fire, seeing metal on stage, listening to an impassioned political sermon, while I radically vacuum, going to BK on rainy nights and trying to remember when the place was still a zoo ....before something wicked this way came and clones with beards and tats appeared like the dawn.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Avoiding details
The first things people usually notice about me
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
Damn, what a dated question. People's eyes are mostly looking down.....well, I guess you could throw something at them, but unless it knocks the phone away - there'll be no noticing today, as a first thing people usually notice...

What about the first things people notice about me on OkCupid: If John Cusack got in the Hot Tub Time Machine and instead of waking up in the 80s, he moved into the one true Batman, Mike Keaton, he'd look like that strapping young lad up there looking smug with good lightning!
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Books: Reading is a must. But you gotta be discerning! And for the discerning readers out there, those who don't list a single book that they had to read in school or any work where the cliff notes is better than the thing itself - I salute you, in the literal sense!

Recent discoveries:

"Rabbit Series" - Updike
"Dog of the South" - Portis
"Blood Meridian or the Evening Redness in the West" - McCarthy
"Slap Boxing with Jesus" - Lavalle
"Foreskin's Lament" - Auslander
"The Hour After Westerly" - Coates

Shows: Mr. Show with Bob and David, The Kids in the Hall, The Simpsons, The Mighty Boosh, Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle, Boardwalk Empire, Бригада, The Thick of It (for the blue language), MacGyver (for the theme song), Married with Children (for being the funniest sit-com of the 90s, and no, Seinfeld doesn't come second) Bonus material: The Big Bang Theory is an embarrassment. Full stop.

Movies: Stranger than Paradise, 24 Hour Party People, Pontypool, Dazed and Confused, Kicking and Screaming, The Squid and the Whale, Office Space, The Dirties, Magnolia, Usual Suspects, The Thing ('82), Fargo, Election, The Unbelievable Truth, Henry Fool, Paths of Glory, Scensters, Days of Heaven, The Tour, Jackie Brown, Goodfellas, Bure Baruta, Pickup on South Street....there are more, but you really oughtta read more.

Music: Now you've asked a question! My taste is so varied, sometimes I wonder if I even have any taste - we'll have to revisit!
But in the meantime, see if this does anything for you.

Food: I'm not picky if it's prepared right. That said, if anyone knows what a Börek is, and knows how to kneed dough, we need to run out of the house and meet at the most romantic highway overpass as fireworks goes off in the distance.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
Six is too many - here's 5.

1. People who are religious and "very serious about it", who list God and their iPhone on their essentials list. This must be that "Market God", the one who wants you to buy more shit. Anyway, my personal vice is irony - it's the only way to make sense of life's little contradictions.
2. A Sense of Humor (see above)
3. A Solid Friendship
4. Universal artistic endeavors
5. The kind of woman who can not only take a joke, but tell one as well (alas, the unattainable one)
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
How to be less pensive
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Playing solitaire with my Russian hommies....and once the game is over, we smoke a little crank and go out for ice cream.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
That I spent all night on this question.
You should message me if
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Take out the if and you have it.