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Ryan_Stull

33 M San Diego, CA

My Details

Last Online
Yesterday – 8:53pm
Orientation
Straight
Ethnicity
White
Height
5′ 9″ (1.75m)
Body Type
A little extra
Diet
Mostly anything
Smokes
No
Drinks
Rarely
Drugs
Never
Religion
Atheism, and laughing about it
Sign
Taurus, but it doesn’t matter
Education
Working on university
Job
Student
Income
Relationship Status
Single
Relationship Type
Offspring
Doesn’t have kids, but wants them
Pets
Likes dogs and dislikes cats
Speaks
English (Fluently), Latin (Poorly)

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My self-summary
I like math, science, music, and architecture. I'm looking for a women that smiles and finds quirky things funny. We should also be able to have interesting conversations about the world, science, the arts, and evenpop culture. I'm a Si-Fi nerd looking for a like minded nerd to nerd out about nerdy things with. Don't let all the math and science fool you, I am intrigued by the arts, mostly the performance arts (theatre & music). I am also, after looking at my photos, apparently a man that likes to wear a tie, although not as often as the photos may lead one to believe.

I just moved to San Diego the study Civil Engineering at SDSU and haven't taken many opportunities to explore the city. Back in Monterey I went to school full time and had three jobs, including an internship at a local utility in the engineering department. Now, However, I still go to school full time, but I only have two on campus tutoring jobs (living on savings, loans and scholarships); I have so much time on my hands, comparatively. Therefore I'm trying to join clubs and have adopted the mindset of accepting any opportunity that presents itself.

I've been described by friends as nice, smart and clever, funny, and sometimes a bit of a jerk.. but a nice jerk. "Rude and not Ginger..."-D.W. (That's Dr. Who not Dark Wing, and if you know either of those references I can honestly say I will like you.)

I'm looking for a woman with, as Grant Naylor (a British writing duo) best phrased it, a "pinball smile", a good head on her shoulders and yet does not take herself too seriously (a little serious, but not too serious). Also a good sense of humor is paramount.
What I’m doing with my life
I was a Theatre Arts major, and then took a bit of a hiatus from school to play music. A few years ago, I went back to study Massage Therapy, realized, as a career, it wasn't for me. Now I'm well on my way to a Civil Engineering Degree, emphasis in Structural Engineering and maybe a minor in Math. I used to practice with my band once a week or so, and am looking for another group to play with. I also just moved to San Diego from Monterey for school and am trying to get used to nice weather.
I’m really good at
Math, Figuring things out, putting commas where they don't belong, cooking, massages, making people laugh, The Kessel Run
The first things people usually notice about me
My good and solid hand shake. My intelligence. My inability to spell, which only comes up in specific situations. My smile, which I cannot for the life of me intentional do for a photo. The speed to which I talk and the odd way I phrase things.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
General:Comedy, most things British , good Music, conversations with intelligent people, Math and Science, Tutoring, Architecture

TV: Doctor Who (Very Much a Who-vian), How I Met Your Mother, Big Bang, Top Gear, Burn Notice, Downton Abbey, Coupling, Archer, Red Dwarf, Chopped, Kids in the Hall, Green Wing, Covert Affairs, Lost Girl, Outnumbered, Bones, 2 Broke Girls, the New Girl, An Idiot Abroad, Being Human, Black Adder, Castle, Little Mosque, Psych, the Fades, Todd and the Book of Pure Evil, Buffy, Parks and Rec, Community, skins (UK, as if there was any question)

Movie: Doctor Horrible, Star Wars, Scott Pilgrim, Better Off dead, Harry Potter, American History X, You've got mail, So I Married an Ax Murderer, Time Bandits, Coming to America, Spies Like Us, Once, Princess Bride, Nick & Norah's Infinite Playlist, Army of Darkness, Gross Point Blank

Books: I spend quite a lot of time reading textbooks, A Dirty Job: A Novel, Lamb: The Gospel According to Biff, A Lesson Before Dying (GREAT BOOK), the Harry Potter series, the Red Dwarf Books, Cook Books, In the Presence of Mine Enemies, Heart of Darkness.

Music: Explosions in the Sky, Mumford and Sons, Laura Marling, Crystal Castles, Jonny Flynn, Passion Pit, Andrew Bird, Beirut, Local Natives, Freelance Whales, Cat Power, I love You but I've Chosen Darkness, Sleigh Bells, Castle Worries, Death Cab, Discovery, Longwave, Matt and Kim, Radiohead, Nico Stai, The Pixies, Elliot Smith, Fanfarlo, Mogwai, Frightened Rabbit, {There are truly too many bands and artists too list}

Food: It would be easier to list the food I don't like. Water Chestnuts, Brussels Sprouts (I swear I've tried), Tree Nuts (allergic), Apple Pears (it's like someone took all of the best parts of a pear and all of the best parts of an apple, and didn't use any of them to make this cloying disappointment)
The six things I could never do without
1. My Calculator that does Complex Equations (When I bought it I was more excited about it than the flat screen I bought around the same time. Honestly.)
2. The Ability to Hear/Listen. Once went deaf if one ear for a short time... It sucked.
3. A shower. I feel gross all day without my morning shower, and only the soothing sensation of water can tame my hair, keeping it from rising up and devastating weather patterns.
4. My Wallet, the home of my ID; never leave home without it.
5. A Wrist Watch, I have a crappy internal clock.
6. Electricity. I admit it "I'm a 21st century Digital boy, I don't know how to live but I got a lot of toys" -Bad Religion
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Often I ask myself, "What am I supposed to do today/tomorrow?"

I'm always lost in my head, usually thinking of how and/or why little things move and happen, in terms of Math, Physics, and Philosophy.
On a typical Friday night I am
A real mix and match:
Doing homework || Learning to program || eating a burrito || Practicing with the boys || over thinking and then discussing some aspect of pop culture with friends in the darkened corner of a pub || laundry || Homework || thinking about what I would do if I had the force (Jedi or Sith?) || forsaking burritos for some tekkamaki or something with unagi || Reading a textbook || watching reruns of Dr. Who or something else awesome || indulging my beer tooth || sleeping || did I mention Homework?
(by the by, "||" is a logical inclusive "or" used in Java)
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I wanted to be a Space Pirate when I was little.. Just kidding, I still do. I'm also kind of afraid of rabbits.. Not afraid as such, but they make me uneasy.
These are both honestly true.. with a little hyperbole for fun.

If I have to give a completely serious one:
When I think no one is around (and sometimes when they are, without knowing it) I sing about what I'm doing right there and then, or sometimes what I plan on doing later. I sing such hits as "Making a Sandwich", "Ow! I just F***ing hurt myself", "I'm gonna do my laundry when I get home, then cut my hair.. yeah", "drive better. That looks like a cop" and many many more.
I’m looking for
  • Girls who like guys
  • Ages 24–36
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating
You should message me if
...you find me interesting and want to hang out.

...think I might find you interesting and want to hang out.

...have any leads on an available Space Pirate gig.. and want to hang out.