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Sethosaurus_Rex

23 East Lansing, MI Man

Man

I’m looking for

  • Everyone
  • Ages 18–40
  • Near me
  • For new friends

My Details

Last Online
Oct 22
Orientation
Bisexual
Ethnicity
White
Height
5′ 3″ (1.60m)
Body Type
Average
Diet
Mostly anything
Smokes
Sometimes
Drinks
Socially
Drugs
Never
Religion
Agnosticism, but not too serious about it
Sign
Pisces, but it doesn’t matter
Education
Graduated from university
Job
Unemployed
Income
Relationship Status
Seeing Someone
Relationship Type
Offspring
Doesn’t have kids, but wants them
Pets
Likes dogs
Speaks
English (Fluently), German (Poorly)

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My self-summary
Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
My name is Seth.

I am a female-to-male transgender. If that turns you off, that's fine, to each their own, but don't message me if it's not something you can deal with, please. I am being up-front with you because I don't want to get my feelings hurt in any way over this technicality.

Also, I do have a girlfriend whom I hope to marry one day. We are currently monogamous. The sole reason I am updating this profile is because all of the good friends I made in college have moved away. I need new friends who are local!

I graduated from Michigan State University with a degree in Criminal Justice, with Honors, with an additional major in psychology, and with the Honors College. In other words I'm an over-achiever. That's the most you'll ever here me brag about myself. Ever.

I am currently a Front End Clerk at a local grocery store, with the promise that I will soon be a fulltime ACSM (basically an accounting manager). I am so stoked for this because I really enjoy the work and this will be the first time in a long time that I have health insurance.

I have an almost unhealthy love for Netflix of which I am mildly ashamed. I like pretty much every genre, including horror movies, but I am by no means a movie buff. There are a lot of movies I haven't seen yet and I never know who acted in what or who directed what.

Every once in awhile I get really invested in a video game but honestly that hasn't happened in a couple years. RPGs have always been my thing when this occurs.

I enjoy reading too. If reading were my religion, Stephen King and Dean Koontz would be my Gods.

I used to be horrible about following the major happenings around the world but have gotten slightly better since my job (before my recent promotion) was a fuel clerk position which gave me time and access to several different newspapers.

I love music but am bad at remembering the people behind it- musicians, composers, etc. I listen primarily to punk and heavy metal type stuff. My favorite bands will forever be AFI and My Chemical Romance (although MCR's most recent album was a huge disappointment to me).

I am not athletic at all; however, I enjoy being active. I love jogging, taking long walks, swimming, and hiking. I also love to long board but am not the most graceful at it. I used to play softball back when life was simpler and I was a lesbian but was no good at it. Update: my life has become quite sedentary. Due to a rainy summer and working two jobs my knees and ankles became worryingly painful so I stopped jogging and have yet to develop a new routine. Hopefully my promotion will give me the time and set schedule necessary to build a routine. I would really love to start swimming again to prevent further stress injuries to my joints. I seriously feel like my body has aged several years in the past six months.

I am generally a very neat person but there were always certain spots in my former apartments that succumbed to meaningless haphazard piles of I don't even know what anymore. If you are not a neat person I totally respect that because I admit at times I'm not either; however, just because I can handle messy does in no way mean that I will tolerate dirty. Bleach is my best friend. I enjoy vacuuming more than is healthy.

I enjoy talking to people- not mindless chatting but having actual deep conversations where you learn about the other person.

I drink several nights a week but more for that feel-good buzz and the nice fluffy feeling in my head before bed than to get seriously drunk. I like wine and beer although am fairly picky about the latter.

As far as smoking goes...I don't smoke that much, usually one cigarette at the end of each day. Sadly I can no longer call myself a social smoker though. I admit I have a habit but I monitor it VERY closely.

Winter is actually my favorite season because I love holiday lights and the cold crisp weather is so invigorating. Snowfall at night makes the world seem like a serene place for a moment.

I am a rather devoted person when it comes to my family and friends. I enjoy taking care of people and am a naturally protective person. This annoys some people and flatters others.

I enjoy cooking but am in no way a culinary genius. I just like cooking for myself versus take-out. I am also not a health-nut, fair warning. If you're a health nut I find that impressive and I respect that but it's not going to stop me from eating the same foods I've always eaten: eggs, pasta, burgers, and pizza are some of main staples.

I am not a very snazzy dresser: I wear skinny jeans, a v-neck tee, hoodie, and skate shoes every day. Sometimes you might wonder if I've changed my clothes in several days although I assure you I do shower and change clothes everyday. I just tend to find something that fits well (which is difficult) and then buy several of whatever it is. I also wear thick geeky glasses. Are you turned off yet? I'm honestly impressed you made it this far.

Wow I actually ran out of things to say. Actually that just made me feel like I was on a date and talking waaaaaaay too much about myself. I would rather hear people's stories than tell my own.
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
Well I recently graduated. I'm the proud owner of what is feeling like a useless B.A. in Criminal Justice. My dream job was to be a cop but there are so many reasons I cannot or should not follow through with that dream. Really I just want to help people in their darkest moments so I am hoping that drive will be satisfied when I return to school and finish a paramedic or R.N. program.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
I'm not really good at much. People think I'm really smart because I had a high GPA but that is only because I really pushed myself to give it my all. It meant a lot of sleepless nights and walking a tightrope of emotions but I did it, damn it. Slight masochist I guess. I work well under pressure too. I've written research papers in 12hrs that professors wanted to send me to grad school for because they were that impressed. I guess that might mean I'm good at writing but I don't think so.
The first things people usually notice about me
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
My fauxhawk no matter what color it is- brown, black, or red. Update: I actually shaved my beloved hair off due to the fact that not having to do my hair every morning meant an extra half hour of sleep. Yay two jobs! Now that my hours have been reduced to the standard 40/wk I've begun to slowly (oh so agonizingly slowly) grow it back out. (Yes I do regret the decision to shave it off)
The tattoos on my forearms.
My ear piercings.
My green eyes.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Help your potential matches find common interests.
Loved the Hunger Games books.
I loved the Harry Potter books- the movies were okay.
I love anything written by Stephen King or Dean Koontz.
I love the following TV shows: Bones, Firefly, Rescue Me (don't judge me), CSI (before Grissom left), the Walking Dead, Saving Grace, and House.
As far as music goes I love alternative rock. Some of my favorite bands are: My Chemical Romance, AFI, Falling in Reverse and 30 Seconds to Mars. I also enjoy classical music.
My favorite movie genres are dramas and thrillers but honestly I like a bit of everything. I don't really have favorites. Two movies I watch again and again are V for Vendetta and Love Actually.
As far as food goes I eat pretty much anything. I love Indian food, Thai food, Sushi, and Chinese food (granted what I have been exposed to are the Americanized versions of these). I love meat. I prefer coke over pepsi but I love mountain dew. (Someone once messaged me because of that last statement) I also love slurpees whether it's 90 degrees out or -9 degrees out.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
1) I-Pod. I went without it for about 35 days once and it was AWFUL.

2) cell phone- I lived a month abroad without one and it wasn't as bad as I thought it would be although I did miss texting more than I care to admit.

3) laptop- my laptop is named Giles after the librarian in Buffy the Vampire Slayer because he's awesome like that. The thought of eventually needing to buy a newer model is very depressing.

4) pets- I had to find my ferret and three rats new homes before leaving the States (I had hoped I wouldn't be returning for a long time but plans are only plans after all) and I'm losing my mind without them :( I would love another ferret but after having to give up my first I'm waiting till I fucking grow roots into the ground before I have to take that risk again. I do co-own a degu with my girlfriend but he's more her love-child than mine. I'm a rat guy. We also have a cat but I'm a dog guy. The cat is slowly learning to love me despite the fact that I rough-house with him as though he were a dog.

5) companionship although it's not as important as it used to be. I don't know why. Hopefully I'm becoming more comfortable with myself.

6) a pocket knife. I have a small collection of knives which sounds way creepier than it is IRL. I'm always carrying one for protection and just because you never know when it will come in handy- to open a box, cut that string that's hanging from your shirt sleeve, etc.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
My future. The job I will have. Where in the world I will travel throughout my life and where I will decide to settle down. Will I commit to someone enough to want to have a family with them? Oddly enough I also mull over my past relationships a lot, honing in on what lessons I learned from them so that in my next relationship I can be an even better lover.

And on a less serious note what tattoo I should get next ;) (although I do take my tattoos very seriously)
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
On a Friday night I am either at a party with some close friends or chilling at my apartment watching movies. Hopefully it's with someone who I can wrap an arm around.

Update: I am no longer in college and it's been a long time since my work schedule adhered to a M-F kind of schedule. But if I have an evening off and the following morning I will probably partake in some libations with the good company of my girlfriend and some of our mutual friends.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
Haha I'll tell you anything but I'm going to make you ask ;)
You should message me if
Offer a few tips to help matches win you over.
You find me interesting, if you want to have deep, intense conversations about ANYTHING, if you want to hang out, long board, watch movies, drink, or do any combination of the above. I'm up for pretty much anything so long as it does not compromise my relationship with my partner. We are currently not poly (romantically or sexually) although we have toyed with the idea. I have been in poly relationships before however my girlfriend has not.

Also, if you cannot think of me as male please don't message me.