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38 Shelton, CT Man


I’m looking for

  • Women
  • Ages 28–42
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating

My Details

Last Online
Dec 16
6′ 2″ (1.88m)
Body Type
Strictly anything
Agnosticism, but not too serious about it
Libra, and it’s fun to think about
Working on masters program
Science / Engineering
Rather not say
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Doesn’t have kids, but wants them
Has dogs and dislikes cats
English, Italian (Okay), French (Okay), Arabic (Poorly)

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My self-summary
Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
Warning header...caution...the following is long, not like a book, but its not short like USA Today McNews!

I've been around the world and Eye, Eye, Eye. Who has three eyes? maybe that's why she can find her Baby! Shouldn't it be easier to find yo' baby? -thanks for the catchy intro lyrics~Lisa Stansfield

Eclectic. I have a pretty wide swath of appreciation. (Note to self, insert elaboration here!!)(Second note to self, when inside voice is talking while typing...use inside typing voice!)

Knowledge. It IS power. But not to be clung to and welded as a weapon. Share this stuff man!! I look at every situation as a learning opportunity. there IS good in all. It might not feel good but there is something to be learned and gleaned from any circumstance which can help us all grow and become stronger, healthier, smarter, better lovers, friends, workers...whateva.

Chameleon yeah maybe but I am nimble and very adaptive and aware of what's happnin. I can chill and blend in just as I can be a bright red spot in a room if warranted. To

these are great questions...I am moving on to the next cause I will go on more...over coffee or a favorite tasty beverage!
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
Writing the next chapter. Its a long book and will get much longer with a fantastical partner to create more shenanigans with!
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
I make great hugs. I make lots of them and they are all good! want one. They are all free. They are man made. They are sometimes made from foreign inputs depending upon country of receivers origin. They are adjustable to height and shape. They are unisex non-gender specific. They are 100% guaranteed to make a person feel better and if not you will receive any number of free hugs which are deemed at that time to be adequate compensation for redemption at any future time.

Good at lots. Great at is a whole-nother question. I like to believe that I am good at all I put my mind to. and if I look to be a klutz...I must be thinkin' bout somethin else!

Trying to wrap my brain cells around complex physics is fascinating and challenging. I so badly desire to discuss this with others and fortify my understanding of the mechanics, fields, spaces, interactions, energies, and theories of the world around us.

I am really good at getting through lines in security at the airport. Efficiency in packing, shoe quick change, belt off, no watch...zoom. Unless they see the old passport then they freak out.

Oh...I am a stellar performer when playing Halo or Shooter games. I am THE BEST target on the field! I can run with the worst of them and I always attempt to top my goal of getting killed less than the time before. When at a friends house they love to have me on the opposing team :)

And talking with customer service people on the phone to ensure I get what I need or friends who bring me into their dilemma to cure their ills. Attracting bees with honey vice vinegar.

singing alone in my car! Wanna hear a concert...hide in the back seat under a blanket...I'll never know!

enjoying a random type and vintage of wine. And making a "I'm not so sure about this one" face when dabbling into bad wine territory! What it was only $3.42 it cannot be that bad.

working on bicycles. Love it. If I could retire then work on bikes for the remainder of my time...I would!!

listening. I am an active participatory listener. Please tell me in advance your story interruption policy, and whether all questions should be asked in the moment or at the end of the rant! Then continue...

Starting projects....ummm...yeah....who wants to help me finish one or two?

Drywall, electrical wiring, plumbing, packing a moving truck (not packing boxes), scrubbing bottoms of pans (with the right tool), digging holes, shoveling driveways (Oddly enjoy this to the hilt), making messes in the kitchen while baking, making messes in the garage while disassembling my Jeep or bike or other thing which may or may not have needed to be disassembled, I am NOT good at HVAC...sorry \:|

I am really good with dogs. I still have all my fingers and no scars on my lips or cheeks or forearms or legs or...or on me booty

I am not good at playing a Pirate, or a Ninja...although i can sneak up on my dogs and scare the poop out of them sometimes...its not the same. In a theme party of Pirates vs. Ninjas I would like to dress up as a a mad scientist. and obviously out of place neurotic scientist who may have possibly created the first ninja and pirate!!? And I would just sit back, watch the fight, dodge shuriken and thrown ball & chains!
The first things people usually notice about me
I’m an empty essay… fill me out! nope more shallow. "Wow your tall!"

but after that just above 6 ft shocker the smile shines bright.

6'2" is nuthin. I have friends who live in the stratosphere. I mean my brother is like 6'5" and my dad is a shrunken once 6'4" to my level now, sheesh. I am really not that freakishly tall.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Help your potential matches find common interests.
Let's add another to the 'show' list. I love a good show. Tempted to try out to be IN another show after a long hiatus.

Books: Added a little "Getting Things Done" - David Allen, Also recently appreciated- "Death by Blackhole". I am not a big book reader. I like Man vs. Nature > I do appreciate environmental exploration and connection, getting lost in the wilds and have nature kick human into humility.

Movies: Latest- Expendables 2 with my dad. (Horribly based kick butt action killing, blah). I watch them and try not to collect them. I will watch a movie again...but not usually alone. I like to watch movies with friends to have shared conversations and comparative conversation. Like that time when the zombies....that was so fake...zombies cannot do that. Favorite- Departures Utterly fantastic. No zombies or guns or big action. It is a drama about the significance and value of life and transition after death. I had a tear maybe creeping into the corner of my eye..."its rain drops on my cheeks,... or I've just been cutting onions, I'm makin' a lasagna for one!"

Music: a wide swath. I surprise people with some of my reach. I would guess there are folks much more aware of their particular genre. I do not feel identified by one in particular as they are all the colors which we define our times and memories with. can hate it ...but there is a song or a reason which has built that hatred. And hate is such a strong word really. Acoustic Rock...exudes talent and a sense of independence. a smattering--FoTC, KoL, REM, U2, Eric Clapton, Danger Mouse, Death Cab, BNL, Coldplay, Phoenix, Band of Horses, Talking Heads, Matisyahu, Bob Marley, Musicals (in general), N.E.R.D., Manu Chao, Carbon Leaf, Rusted Root, Apocalyptica...........

Food: I will try anything maybe even a few times (It could be cooked badly the first go round, and I never knew) Ethiopian sour flat bread yumm!!, Indian Saag, Paella, Tagliatelle con fungi,........
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
1) A friend- all of the few good ones would be great but one I could never do without. WILSON!!!!!
2) Chocolate, just chocolate.
3) Access to learning- If I ain't Learnin', their ain't alot of weighs to bee more smarterer.
4) A BIKE- its a big world. I am not feeling like walkin' People Power y'all.
5) A really sharp knife- To do survival stuff like MacGyver or Rambo or Crocodile Dundee.
6) A time to think about what my last item is. You (aka Love) perhaps? MMmmmm ;)
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Who teaches the Art of Welding?

My brain is movin'. ADD that's a label others place on people who think faster than they do. Its a way to multitask in short spurts...Oooh Squirrel
Examples: Is the magnetic polarity of the planet causing the birds to die? Why do I instantly hiccup when drinking a carbonated beverage or put a jalapeno to my tongue? Why is 20/20 vision not good enough? What can I invent that is important and necessary? When will I make the time to waltz through the local museums...all of them and take the time to absorb each personally striking exhibit? When/where will my next grand road trip be? Did my phone ring, was that you? How can I rid the yard of moles without genocidal tendencies? Who ate my broccoli?
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose? CT again...who knows. Time will tell what the Cold North reveals to me and what I peal back to discover. Bring on the Fridays!!
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
I not know everything. I just pretend to, on TV.

I got one...I eat almond butter from the container.

Where can we go to see "Love Story" It would be a great date movie even though movies are horrible for first dates.
You should message me if
Offer a few tips to help matches win you over.
POLL: Do you know Shakey Graves? If so...let me know how you came across S.G.

If you think Sarcasm thrown about a room is fun like dodge ball! I can throw it fo sho.

If you hear that a band is playing at a local museum and you do not want to sit at a table alone when you realize they are not so good and you simply want to wander the museum with a new friend!

If you spend way too much damn time fending off creepers, and browsing dapper lookin' dudes but never engaging them in small talk to go out for big talk but need to do it in person because the internets suck us in but we let it when we flip the lid on our puters and close our doors from the wind outside while the dogs and cats look up at us wondering when they can go outside and poo or chase birds but we are still staring into the digital eyes of a picture of a person whom we will never say hi to unless that is all we say because we choose the generic hi winkie which no one wants to receive or respond to which leaves us thinking hey will this guy think I am too forward or desperate if I wiki him with a note about his crazy hot red hair (not sure if that is true it could be anybody) and if not then will we hit it off the answer is maybe and likely if you really had no problem reading through my periodless rant without stopping because there was no period and that is the rule. (It is okay if you paused for the comma, or thought hmmm this guy sounds like my kinda guy, I should contact him!!)