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RandomDigit32

25 Seattle, WA Man

Man

I’m looking for

  • Women
  • Ages 20–26
  • Near me
  • For short-term dating

My Details

Last Online
Feb 28
Orientation
Straight
Ethnicity
White
Height
5′ 9″ (1.75m)
Body Type
A little extra
Diet
Strictly anything
Smokes
When drinking
Drinks
Often
Drugs
Sometimes
Religion
Atheism, and laughing about it
Sign
Gemini, but it doesn’t matter
Education
Graduated from university
Job
Sales / Marketing
Income
Rather not say
Status
Single
Type
Mostly monogamous
Offspring
Doesn’t have kids, but might want them
Pets
Likes dogs and likes cats
Speaks
English (Fluently), German (Fluently)

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My self-summary
Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
--I've realized that I basically use my profile for free association and rants, at this point. Blame it on me never getting a livejournal and enjoy,

Howdy!

Let's do that whole Meyers Briggsy thingy. I've spent the last 4 years trying to change from an INTP into an ENFP, but I've never had the tests tell me I have a strong preference towards any attribute. It's more accurate to call me an outgoing extrovert. What this means is that I'm always down for a new experience, and I'm usually pretty good at keeping the conversation going until I run out of steam and need to retreat into the corner with headphones. It's done me well as of late, as I'm meeting more people, having more fun, and making more memories. Sadly, I meet most new people in my group through large house parties. While I enjoy the stir, I find that I can never actually get to know anyone any better in that context, due to how many directions my attention gets pulled at once, and how quickly my extrovert reserves get depleted.

I have a strangely well rounded set of media production skills, from photography (published!), to video editing (was paid for it!), to audio mixing and engineering (just straight up passion!), so I'm always coming up with wacky ideas about new projects that I'm never following though on. I know I don't have the energy to tackle these projects on my own, so I'm saving them for when I have partners in crime (actively working on it).

I'm a feminist, but whenever I get into an in depth conversation about it, I am reminded how far I have to go to 'get it'...
http://i.imgur.com/EJi0rvO.jpg
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
Dancing, singing, reading, eating, and traveling. I've just settled into a new job that's turning out to be slightly more strict in it's scheduling, but that just makes me more interested in making good use of what time I have. I'm studying for the GMAT in preparation for applying to business school. I'm trying to learn how to start and run a company, since true freedom in a capitalist society can only be attained through either self-employment or dropping out, and you can't help fix society without interacting with it.

In terms of things I love doing, I've been going to too many concerts and club nights and having a damn good time dancing. I've been in an electronic rut for the last few years (or should I say I fell into a Trap? GET IT? HAHAHAHAHAHA), so I'm hoping to find some new indie-esque bands to listen to. Know any good ones?
As a hobby, I make music. I don't think anything will come of it, but I do it for myself, so I usually hide it from people. However, strangers are basically no one until I get to know them, so fuck it: www.soundcloud.com/dapht

I love dressing up for things. Costumes are fun, especially when I can scavenge what I need from around the house. Even better is any chance to get dressed to the nines, especially when it'd be unexpected or inappropriate.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Identifying song titles in under 3 seconds, usually just by the timbre of the kick and snare.
Driving.
Magic The Gathering.
Computer repair.
Making small talk.
Explaining horribly complicated things in easily understandable terms using metaphors.
Off the cuff quips and puns.
Typing while maintaining eye contact and a conversation.
Leading the group at the expense of my own personal agenda.
Under reporting my credentials and abilities.
The first things people usually notice about me
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
I'd have to poll them, and that'd be awkward to do with people who have just met me.

"Hey! Oh? Nice to meet you too! Oh, while we're on the subject, what's the first thing you noticed about me? Oh? Uh hun, go on... Perfect! Thank you for participating in my survey!"

Oooh, I know! I need someone to follow me around with a questionnaire. They can conduct the survey after I leave the room to remove bias! You any good with a clip board?

Really, though? I like to dress well.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Help your potential matches find common interests.
Food:
Sushi, Pho, steak, molecular gastronomy, Italian...etc.
As long as it is freshly prepared, and delicious. Double points if it's healthy! Wine pairings are fun too. I'm less for cooked seafood, but I'll try anything twice.

TV:
Archer, Firefly, Daily Show, Colbert (Ask me about my trip to the Rally!), @Midnight, Star Trek, Sherlock, How I Met Your Mother, Battlestar Galactica, That Mitchell and Webb Look, The Mighty Boosh, Full Metal Alchemist, Twin Peaks, FLCL, Gurren Lagann, Cowboy Bebop, Torchwood, Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Adventure Time, QI, Broadchurch, The Strain, Rick and Morty... Not really TV, but if you dig the shit out of PBS's YouTube series Idea Channel, we'll wind up being excellent friends, after the work and time has been put into it.

Movies:
Cloud Atlas, Memento, Interstella 5555, Indiana Jones, Star Wars, Birdman. I go through these so quickly I can't keep very many in my memory. My Dad used to run a home theater business, so I've seen a fair share of cinema.

Music:
Mostly Indie-rock and house, but I seriously enjoy every flavor. I try to keep up with whatever is new and excellent. Daft Punk is and always will be my favorite band. Every year I donate to KEXP and c89.5. Gotta keep local radio alive! It's so worth it!
Hot Chip, Bonobo, Four Tet, Fleet Foxes (saw em at the Vera Project, wut wut!), RAC, Flume, Radiohead, Royksopp, AYB Force, Moderat, LCD Soundsystem (Shut Up and Play the Hits was fantastic, if you like LCD and haven't seen it yet...), Sylvan Esso, First Aid Kit, The War on Drugs, Odesza, Run The Jewels, Shearwater (hot damn, I've listened to the whole Animal Life album about twice a day for going on two weeks now...1/5/15), Gesaffelstein, Fourplay, BBC recordings of Beethoven symphonies, The Crusaders, and Mingus.

Music's been huge for me. My main hobby these days is producing my own music. If I go without music for too long, my mood inexplicably plummets. It's also the quickest way to get me out of a funk. Or into a funk, if you're Bootsy Collins.

Books:
Right now I'm burning through Anathem at an amazing rate. I think it's going to wind up being my favorite book! Other than that...
S. (Ship of Theseus), Redwall, Shadow of the Wind, anything by Palahniuk, RPG sourcebooks, Wise Man's Fear, Tales of the Black Company, Dune, Mastering the Art of French Cooking, Game of Thrones, The Kingkiller Chronicles, Foucault (although that's more of a masochistic endeavor. I try to read one book of Philosophy a year just to keep that mindset practiced), The Art of War, Sandman, DMZ, The Massive, the latest run of Hawkeye, Ultimate Marvel Universe, From Hell, Ode to Kirihito, Transmetropolitan, Cryptonomicon, The Good American. I recently severely downsized my book collection due to the ever-shrinking size of my room as I move closer to the urban core of the city, and that bothers me in a real way.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
Music
Friends
Something warm to cuddle into
Access to the internet
Laptop
Headphones

That said, I'm amazing at improvising, so 'never' is an incredibly relative term. I'm an Eagle Scout. I roll with it.
Never confuse being prepared with being equipped.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Music, strange hypotheticals, word play, hilarious worst case scenarios.
10 second comedy sketches.
Jokes that use two or more languages for the punchline.
How the hell I'm going to decorate my tiny ass room, and why I should put any effort into it considering how little time I spend in there.
Elaborate pranks to pull on my lovely roommates (they said that the job I did of tin-foiling their beds after vacation was a work of art. Made me feel warm and fuzzy inside).
How frequently my state of being can be compared to Don Henley songs, and how dirty that makes me feel.
Track lists for the next mix or playlist I'm brewing.
How to set up a reason to cook something elaborate without raising the stakes high enough that people will get angry if it turns out poorly.
If I should type any given statement out using colloquial jargon and spelling conventions or a nigh-impenetrable assembly of exceedingly precise verbiage.
How frequently my state of being can be compared to Garth Brooks songs, and how dirty that makes me feel.
Whether anyone reads this, or if I'm just spouting text into the wind.

Where that pair of headphones that's slightly better in this situation have gotten to. Seriously. I have 4 pairs in sight, but I can't find my running Klipsches. THIS IS A DISASTER.
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I know my profile is already unnecessarily verbose, but I just want to put this quote from redditor Diabolico in here, because it...spoke to me. Or I was too drunk when I was editing this, whatever. Worst case I'll delete it later. But think:

Truth be told - we still believe in magic, just different magic - just different things we think we know without knowing how. Have you seen a 4-year-old walk up to a TV that isn't on and try to touch the screen to wake it up? Have you seen a kid pick up literally any square object and try to talk to it?
Have you ever tried to help someone understand why it is easy to get their phone to automatically tag their photo with their location, but impossible to get it to tag their photo by whether or not it is a picture of a bird?
Why can't I take a pill to get over this cold? Hey, this vitamin C totally helped me get over this cold! Hey, you shouldn't eat unnatural food, it's full of toxins (not pathogens, not viruses, not cyanide - toxins).
Magic is often just the over-application of understood systems to areas of reality where they do not apply.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Preparing Saturday's hangover.
Games of Magic with the housemates.
Bong hits and half paying attention to Netflix.
Organizing a group to go hit up Q, or The Monkey Loft, or something.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
Whenever a conversation has died or a situation has become awkward, I unconsciously make strange little squelchy noises with my mouth before moving somewhere else or changing the subject.
You should message me if
Offer a few tips to help matches win you over.
OKCupid is telling me that the people I should be courting are polyandrous pansexual vegan burlesque performers, so as long as you're down with dating someone who at first glance appears to be the god-damn poster child of the patriarchy you're trying to smash, try me. I'm a sleeper agent in the ranks of the oppressor.

...you're okay with having a conversation with someone who periodically is compelled to say the worst thing he can think of in response to a question for sheer shock value.

...you need a friend to snark through a house party with.

...you know of an up and coming artist who you want to share with someone new.

...you want to smoke and watch Slavoj Žižek documentaries.

..this resonates with you: http://bit.ly/1AVOTvD

Let's be honest, though. You're not going to message first.
Prove me wrong.