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Pierce_Austen

25 Littleton, CO Man

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I’m looking for

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  • Ages 18–29
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating

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Orientation
Straight
Ethnicity
White
Height
5′ 10″ (1.78m)
Body type
Athletic
Diet
Anything
Smokes
No
Drinks
Rarely
Drugs
Religion
Atheism
Sign
Education
Job
Income
Status
Single
Type
Monogamous
Offspring
Doesn’t have kids
Pets
Speaks
English

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My self-summary
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At this point I'm setting aside a lot of my hobbies and joys, and almost all of my free time. I have two goals, to become a personal trainer, (and by extension, learn everything I need to master my own health in the process), and to get my self into home ownership. I am absolutely driven to make these two things happen.

Sorta goes against my normally-relaxed nature, but hey. Stuff needs to happen.

My adult life has been a bit odd. ( A lot odd, and a lot isolated). Until I was 23 years old, I lived in Florida. I'm legally blind and legally deaf, and had been living on SSI income coupled with the profits from reselling computer parts. In a spread-out shithole like Florida, a job was not an option for me. Nor was going out and having a social life, so I became a complete shut-in, and came to accept that as a simple fact of life for me. It wasn't until the age of 25, after having lived in Colorado for two years, that I realized that having a job is entirely possible in this state! But then I was challenged with the question: what can I do, that I actually like, and that I [b]can[/b] do, with my terrible sight and miserable hearing? Other than basic manual labor, that is... which turned out to actually be a challenging question. Around this time I also suddenly realize that I actually hate working with computers, after just assuming I was a computer nerd after years of selling PC parts online, and that what I really loved was activity and athleticism. Unfortunately, in the many years since I was last active, my body had deteriorated pretty severely. I've been exercising often for a year now, and I am light-years from where I started. So I finally came across personal training as a reasonable career option that fit both my physical capabilities and my interests! And ever since I've finally figured out what I wanted, I've been dead-set on getting it.

And that is a succinct and brutally honest summary of where I came from and where I'm going.
What I’m doing with my life
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My sights are locked on getting home ownership for myself as soon as possible. Something conservative and inexpensive. It might be as long as two years, but there's a very real possibility that it will take much less than that. To do it, I currently work at Sears while studying for my certification from NASM to be a personal fitness trainer. I also make some additional money on the side reselling computer parts online, from which the profits can range randomly from marginal to substantial. I'm gonna get that damn house.

There was a long time when I thought I wanted a career in tech. One day I realized that I actually can't stand serious work with computers, and then I spent a long time wondering what I DID want to do. I aged about 7 years by the time I figured it out, but now I'm sure I've got the right answer for myself.

In down time I love some good TV or some video games. Adventures around town or on the mountains would be great to. There isn't much I wont try.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Working end Shift at Sears. I'm off on Wednesday and Thursday. Unfortunately those days are spent working out and studying for my NASM certification. I've sacrificed most of my free time for the next few months in order to get this certification over with so I can move on to actually getting the job I want and get the hell out of Sears. (like I haven't said this four times now. It's practically my entire profile). I was lucky enough to have a cool boss and coworkers but the pay still blows. Can you convince me to make an exception? :D
You should message me if
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If you have some adventures that you don't want to go on alone.

Or if you share some of my shamefully nerdy interests like video games or Magic the Gathering.