But, god, how I bullshit...
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35 / M / Straight / Single
Washington, District of Columbia
- Last Online
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- 5′ 5″ (1.65m).
- Body Type
- Graduated from college/university
- Rather not say
- Likes dogs and likes cats
- English, French (Poorly)
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But, god, how I bullshit...
I do like to read a bit now and then, and squeeze in the occasional movie, though these days I'm pretty far behind on movies.
I’ve always really been interested in good conversation, I like to explore topics that raise moral or ethical questions (sometimes this can be frustrating, just go with it).
I like to read, so picking out only a few authors is difficult; I've read quite a bit of science fiction, but I like books in almost all genres. Still, to name a few authors that I really like; Lem, Heinlein, Bradbury, Calvino, Palahniuk, Greg Egan and Neil Gaiman- they're all on the top of my list, but there’s so many other great authors out there, and so many others who’ve just had some one-off stories that either made me think or drew me into their worlds for a little while.
I also like nonfiction, either themed histories (like Kurlanski’s “Salt”) or documentaries on something novel; events, places, cultures, or things. It all depends on what looks interesting.
I’m not a big movie buff, I prefer books. Still, I like mostly action/adventure or comedies, typical guy stuff, though sometimes I get into the mood for art-house or horror movies.
My favorite movie so far is either Casablanca or Groundhog day, (so much for action-adventure and comedy) though I can’t decide which of the two is better, there are very few movies that I’ve watched more than once, and both of them seem to be movies that I’ll find myself watching again every few years.
Certainly, I like it, and different sorts of music too. But I don't get too confused by it or invest identity with something that someone else might very well decide is just noise.
Still, I like a few artists more than others. Counting Crows and Tom Waits are on the top of my list right now, but it's certainly not the first time I've made a list.
Yes please. I'm a very happy omnivore, and get along best with others of the same culinary bent. I enjoy sitting down to a table for nutrition and pleasant conversation, and never come to the dinner table in search of an argument.
I like Italian food best, but I like pretty much everything that’s well prepared. I really like sushi, and if there’s a place near me that does it well, I end up going there often. Of course, I’ve never tried to make the stuff myself.
So far, I don’t think I’ve found a cooking style that’s disagreed with me, the only thing I will not get near is brains, and, you know, I don’t care how good it might be, I just won’t eat 'em.
Why do they make questions like this?
Travel - There's still too many people to meet, places to see. I’ll stop someday- just not yet.
Computer –Communication, entertainment, and organization.
Family - People to care for, a place to return.
Celphone - It wakes me up in the morning
Books - For information, or escape.
Friends - They keep me sane.
Mostly the same stuff that everyone else thinks about, sometimes I take things a little further, sometimes not far enough.
Saturday's are usually when I go out, the truth is, I like keeping Friday's low-key.
- Girls who like guys
- Ages 24–40
- Near me
- Who are single
- For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating, activity partners, long-distance penpals
Otherwise, no pressure, I'd love to hear from you.