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RyBK9

35 M New York, NY

My Details

Last Online
Yesterday – 7:27pm
Orientation
Straight
Ethnicity
White
Height
5′ 11″ (1.81m)
Body Type
Athletic
Diet
Mostly anything
Smokes
No
Drinks
Socially
Drugs
Religion
Sign
Capricorn, but it doesn’t matter
Education
Graduated from university
Job
Entertainment / Media
Income
Relationship Status
Single
Relationship Type
Offspring
Doesn’t have kids, but wants them
Pets
Likes dogs and likes cats
Speaks
English (Fluently), Spanish (Poorly)

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My self-summary
Time for some updates.

I've spent the last 8 years in Portland, OR. Never thought I'd live in Oregon having been born in Syracuse / grown up in north NJ / and gone to college in PA. Never mind the fact that I was living in Miami in my mid-20's at the time! But, it was an opportunity I couldn't pass up ... advertising agency guy + athlete / sports nerd + a chance to work at the agency that coined JUST DO IT = Opportunity that makes you move to Oregon. I quickly learned its not pronounced Ore-gun. I apologize now if I correct your pronunciation later.

Now, I'm back east (as of 6/13). Mom is thrilled. So thrilled I've had to remind her that being back doesn't mean I'll be home every weekend. But, she's starting to appreciate that (or at least pretending with more frequency). I'm thrilled because I've got an adorable 2-year old niece who loves her "Uncle Rynan" (yeah, that's how she says my name currently). I'm also excited to be surrounded by East Coasters again - and the melting pot that is NYC. Doesn't hurt that the job opportunity that awaits me is an exciting one. Nice to feel the enthusiasm I felt the last time I made a big leap of faith 8 years ago.
What I’m doing with my life
I'm new to living in NYC. So, I'm sure the first month will include re-acclimating to the northeast, trying to decide what part of town to live in, re-connecting with college friends and old colleagues, embracing all the pro-sports teams in town and seeing my family with significantly more frequency.

What I will be doing now that I arrived? Writing a select few hoping you'll let me tag along - or that you'll point me in the right direction for good food, a great beer, the right borough to live in - and hoping you won't mind when I can't take the lead in suggesting a great place for us to meet for dinner. Promise I'll do serious work to catch up with the goal of finding a few gems you've yet to discover.
I’m really good at
Thankfully, my job - otherwise I wouldn't have this opportunity to come home.

Spoiling my niece.

Shaving my head. Practice makes perfect!

Lots of more interesting stuff too ... rest assured. But, there's no fun in giving it all away. Chances are you'll identify a few I didn't even consider. Fingers crossed.
The first things people usually notice about me
Probably my shaved head. Don't worry, I don't mind if it's not your thing. We all have our preferences. I certainly do.

I'm well aware - and I'm thankful that others agree - that I'm not very photogenic. Maybe it's the way the flash reflects off my head?!? So, if you're on the fence, take a chance. Worst case scenario is I buy you a drink and we share a conversation about something we both have in common or can appreciate.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Reading: Moneyball, The Signal and the Noise, Men's Health
Movies: all over the map
Music: I like acoustic guitar and great lyrics - Matt Nathanson, Jack Johnson, Glen Phillips, Dispatch, OAR, Amos Lee, The Black Keys, Ben Harper, Mat Kearney ... and many many others. I'm sure I'll be embarrassed I forgot a few very important ones (or maybe that I included others above). Please share - there's nothing better than new music. Or seeing live music.
The six things I could never do without
1. My (small) family
2. A challenge
3. Sports
4. Music
5. New experiences (wanted to say travel but who doesn't)
6. Shaving cream
I spend a lot of time thinking about
About my family and about the family of my own I hope to have.

About what I'm good at today - and could be tomorrow.

About how much a drag being single can occasionally be - but how worth all the aggravation can be when you meet the right person or make a new friend you'll have for life - or even share that one moment, conversation, or laugh that makes it all worthwhile.

I'll say it - where I want to travel to next. Cannot get my last big trip out of my head. Last summer I spent a month traveling Europe for the first time. Traveled solo to Amsterdam, Berlin, Prague, Munich, Interlaken, Florence, Cinque Terre, Nice, Barcelona, Paris and London. More please.

Yeah, I think about my career too ...
On a typical Friday night I am
I'm sure this will be part of the fun of my new home ... TBD.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I embarrass easily ... but that doesn't mean it's not fun or funny. While in Oregon I've gained the ability to be self-deprecating. Otherwise, my embarrassment could not only result from something I did, but something you did - or the mere sight of some stranger making an ass out of themselves. Or just tripping on the curb. Guess I find myself inclined to share everyone's embarrassing moment as if it was my own.

For example, this one time my friend started yodeling - yeah you read that right - head in hands immediately. Couldn't look.
I’m looking for
  • Girls who like guys
  • Ages 25–37
  • Near me
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating
You should message me if
You're intrigued by me (and what little I shared above).

I am ultimately looking for something serious.

You can show/teach/share something new - and are open to the same from me.

You take care of your body.

STD free, like me.