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24 M Broomfield, CO

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  • Ages 18–30
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My Details

Last Online
Aug 4
5′ 11″ (1.80m)
Body Type
Atheism, but not too serious about it
Cancer, but it doesn’t matter
Working on university
Less than $20,000
Relationship Status
Seeing Someone
Relationship Type
Doesn’t have kids
Likes dogs and likes cats

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My self-summary
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My name is Ryan. I'm pretty much your average white guy in most every way. (Wow, what a great opening line to use to sell yourself. I'm sure all the girls are interested right now.)

In all honesty, I know I have plenty to offer, and am pretty amazing, not to seem conceited. I just don't mind self-deprecating jokes. I'm able to find the humor in everything, and if I couldn't make fun of and laugh at myself then I'd probably would go insane.

I'm a pretty optomistic, fun-loving person. I love to go out and have fun, be it seeing movies, shopping, barhopping, dancing, hiking or anything else. I also enjoy a good day just staying in, watching movies, playing video games, and stuffing my face with Goldfish. I have a great family, and have two little sisters who are some of the most important people in my life.

I'm what most people would consider pretty nerdy, but when I'm not in the privacy of my own home I'm pretty good at hiding that and I can still get along fine socially. I enjoy reading comic books, watching cartoons, and riding on my Heelys. I don't think I'll ever truly grow out of my childhood.
What I’m doing with my life
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Currently I'm trying to cause a freak lab accident to occur in my basement, causing me to gain superpowers that I can use to save others. So far all I've done is give myself a really bad rash.

Besides that, I'm just out trying to enjoy life and have fun while balancing work and play. I'm currently attending my final year of college. It's a bittersweet feeling. I'll miss college life, but I love the direction my life is heading now.

I'm majoring in English on CU's Denver campus, and hopefully would like to work in public relations in the television or movie industry. Before that I was a marketing, then film, then creative writing, then digital animation major. I've always known I want to work in entertainment, it just took me a while to figure out exactly what area. I've travelled through my share of majors, and if nothing else, I've got a really awesomely padded out resume!

I currently work for UC Denver, where I help work on computer-related issues dealing with their websites. I also work for Denver Comic Con, where my official title is the Artist Valley Services Representative. Long story short, I deal with the sales, layout, outreach, and planning of the artist's booths in the exhibitor hall.

I've also begun working out on a regular basis again. Since highschool I became caught up in school and got lazy in this regard, but I'm tired of it, and want to get myself both looking and feeling in shape again.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Tying my shoes
Counting to ten on my fingers (twenty if I take off my shoes!)
Spinning in circles
Giving massages
Playing hopscotch
Giving hugs
Sleeping then eating then sleeping then eating then...
Watching movies
Heelying (I own an adult size pair)
3D modeling
Blowing stuff up
Whipping my hair back and forth
Breaking it down on the dance floor
Thrift shopping
Keeping ceilings from holding me
Turning everything into a dirty joke
Also turning everything into a musical reference

And that's the truth, Ruth! Some of that probably shouldn't be true...but it is. I'd say I'm pretty good at being awesome in general.
The first things people usually notice about me
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My gigantic manly muscles and my huge, bulging package.

Oh wait, I'm supposed to be honest here? In that case I get compliments on my deep, sparkling, sensual, blue eyes and my deep, commanding, manly voice...sorry, I got carried away there fantasizing about myself. *Ahem!* Anyway, the point is, those are the things I get complimented on all the time, so I'd say those are probably my best features.

Aside from physical features, I'm not sure what people notice about me first, I've never really asked anyone that question.

I know I'm often told how funny, odd, or quirky I can be. I've been compared to Andy Samberg, Adam Sandler, and Zach Braff in terms of the way I act, so maybe something along those lines?

I've been compared to Adrian Brody multiple times before in the looks department. I'm still not sure if that's an insult or a compliment, though.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Books: I'm a big comic book reader, and I'm not ashamed to say it. I love the larger than life fun tales and characters you can find in the genre. It gives me optimism, and there are times I wish I lived in a world where heroes with superpowers really were around to save the day. As far as actual novels go, I'm nearly finished with the Song of Ice and Fire series. At least the five books that have been published so far, anyway. My recent favorite book is Ready Player One. It's basically an ode to the 80's and every childhood piece of fiction from that time.

Movies: Too many to name, so I'll just start with the obvious ones. I love the Lord of the Rings trilogy, Star Wars, The Marvel superhero movies, Indiana Jones, pretty much anything horror. There's so much I like, it's hard for me to narrow it all down to one movie. All three Toy Story movies are pretty much the best movies in the world. I can watch them over and over. Besides just being good, I just have a personal connection to them. Pacific Rim stole my heart after it premiered. Its everything I've ever loved from my childhood through now. Giant robots, giant monsters, anime, Power Rangers, Godzilla, it's all there, and I love love love it.

Shows: Way too many for me to list here too. As far as American television goes, I love Supernatural, The Office, The Walking Dead, Angel, Buffy, Firefly, New Girl, and Game of Thrones. The list goes on and on, but I could just keep going. I also have my immature kid side, and watch TONS of kids' cartoons. I also watch a lot of anime and live-action Japanese series. I grew up on Transformers, and it's the one thing that I've never lost interest in from childhood all the way until now.

Music: Give me a beat and I'll dance to it. It depends on my mood, but I pretty much like anything except modern country music. I guess what I've been listening to a lot recently mostly consists of:

Rise Against
Childish Gambino
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
Hoodie Allen
Hot Chelle Rae
Imagine Dragons
Kid Cudi
Wiz Khalifa
ZZ Ward
Mac Miller
Chiddy Bang

and then I have my guilty pleasure bands (don't judge) like:

One Direction
Carlee Rae Jepsen (I have an unhealthy obsession with her music. I like all of it, more than just 'Call me Maybe.' I legitimately listen to her music because it makes me happy and is fun to listen to. My computer's name is even named after her.)

I also like alternative and hard rock, I just haven't been listening to it as much recently.

Food: Anything...ANYTHING. You put food in front of me, I'll eat it. Theres only a few things I can think of that I don't like, and I'm always up for trying something new. I guess my favorites would be hamburgers, hot wings, and pizza. I think I could live off just those three foods and survive happily.
The six things I could never do without
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1) Friends and family (They count as the same thing, at least, the friends that are important to me do.)

2) Food (Not in the literal sense, I just love eating, plain and simple, and would be sad if I couldn't stuff my face anymore.)

3) Sleep (Beyond just actually physically needing it. I love being able to just curl up and rest and relax to rejuvenate my mind.)

4) Internet (I could make do without this, and there are times I miss the simplicity of not always being connected, but I really do love having the ability to talk to anyone and look up any information at the tip of my fingers.)

5) Entertainment media (Movies, tv, video games, and books all count. I NEED creative outlets. I thrive off storytelling design work.)

6) Kool-Aid (Not the cultist kind. I just genuinely love me some Kool-Aid.)
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Where I'm going in my life. Relationships, jobs, school, I often just wonder where it's all going to lead to.

On a less serious note, my thoughts tend to go pretty ADHD when I'm left to stew by myself. I think if people could peer into my mind they would get lost, never find a way out, and forever be traumatized.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Out secret agenting. Performing duties that I'm not proud of, but have to be done to save the lives of others. The best part of the job has to be having a grappling hook. And wearing nice suits. And martinis. And cool cars. And all the beautiful women. And...

Assuming I'm not working, I'm out barhopping, sitting around with friends, or at home relaxing with a good movie or television series.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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Everything really. I'm very open and don't hide anything. I don't run around shouting every unnecessary detail about myself, but even if we've just met, all you have to do is ask and I'm more than willing to tell you.

I guess I should say something here though. Toy Story 3 is the only movie to ever make me cry. I'm not talking feel sad or make my eyes tear up a bit. I'm talking full on tears down my face sniffling baby status. Still happens to me every time I watch it.

I also once blew up my own toilet with fireworks on the Fourth of July, but that's a long story you can ask me about.

Oh, and another good story is the time I gave my dick in a box to a girl for her eighteenth birthday party, which is less long than the toilet story, but you still have to ask me about that.
You should message me if
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You find me interesting (And let's be honest, how could you not?)

If you have a question or just want to talk, just send me a message, I'll more than likely answer anything you have to send me!