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26 Fargo, ND Man


I’m looking for

  • Women
  • Ages 22–27
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating

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Last online
Today – 7:04am
5′ 11″ (1.80m)
Body type
Full figured
Mostly anything
Agnosticism, and laughing about it
Libra, but it doesn’t matter
Working on university
Rather not say
Strictly monogamous
Doesn’t have kids, but might want them
Likes dogs and likes cats

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My self-summary
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Hello, my name is Brandon.
And I am the typo king, so I apologize in advance.

I try to be an open-minded person. It's easy for me to accept others for who they are. Actually, I prefer others to be who they want to be. I'm not here to judge people. I'm not here invalidate others.

My friends tend to be odd, the misfits, the rebels, or the "outcasts." Probably because I, too, carry some of these titles. To me, character is one of the more valuable aspects of others' personalities and I'm naturally drawn to people outside the "common" traits usually valued in society. Among these friends exists a wide spectrum of walks and personalities, ranging from highly religious family men to drinkin', swearin' football nuts to introverts that quietly avoid large crowds. I am proud to call each of these types of people my friend. One thing they all seem to have in common is the ability to laugh.

I have--and value--a good sense of humor, especially a sarcastic and intelligent sense of humor. I love to laugh, goof around, and not act my age. I am be a child at heart toward people I've warmed to. But I do have a serious side that comes out when it needs to. I dislike having to show my spine when it's not needed, because, frankly, I don't wish to dominate anyone. Usually, I am a calm--albeit shy at first--and I try to be gentle and empathic with the people around me. I even enjoy when old men strike up conversations with me.

I love conversation. Communication is critical to any relationship, rather romantic, friendly, or professional. Frankly, I like yappers. I cherish every word my friends exchange with me. There is this extremely humanizing quality about hearing people's stories and I love listening to them, even a stranger's.

So, why am I here? I'm looking for someone that is down-to-Earth and kind. A warm soul to carry on conversations ranging from serious to ridiculous, ("re-donk-culous" even), yet knows how to let her hair down and let the world simply drift by silently, entertained by only roses' scent or the stars' winks.
This may look weird inside a "My self-summary" box on an Okcupid profile, but this is how my mind thinks.
I'm not looking to cling desperately onto someone or be clung onto. I'm looking for someone to share this perfectly imperfect and unfairly fair world with. I am looking for someone to confide with, and to confide for--friends, allies, and partners long before lovers--if that makes any sense. But most important, I want a relationship that is peaceful and stable within (that's my deal breaker).
What I’m doing with my life
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I'm a psychology student at North Dakota State University. Usually you'll find my head buried in a pile of published journal entries, which I don't mind. I love reading, thankfully.

I am also a Psych. Tech. at a local mental health hospital.

Right now, I live alone in one bedroom apartment on the edge of West Fargo.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
I like to pay attention to the little things and building an idea of character with slowly growing rates of accuracy. I also have a knack for sarcasm, getting myself into trouble, and forgetting where my keys are.
The first things people usually notice about me
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That depends on the person doing the noticing. I asked a stranger once, he replied: "That you're in a tree."

I than quizzed him on trivia for chocolate coins.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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This list can go on for awhile. So, I'm just going to list my most favorite entertainment.

Favorite Books: For all time favorites, a toss up between "The Last Wish" by Andrzej Sapkowski or "The Alchemist" by Paulo Coelho. For more recent books I've read, probably be Undiscovered Country by Lin Enger and Ink by Sabrina Vourvoulias.
(I'm a fan of Sci-Fi, Fantasy, and Drama).

Favorite Movies: The Fountain, The Princess Bride, The Labyrinth.

Favorite Shows: Burn Notice. Futurama. Star Trek: TNG. The Game Grumps (Do they count?).

I also enjoy select Anime as well, Cowboy Bebop, Hellsing, Princess Mononoke, to name a few.

Favorite Bands: Poets of the Fall, Mogwai, Linkin Park.
I am also very much a product of post-grunge--Breaking Benjamin, Seether, Red, Shinedown, Etc.
(I like everything softer than hard metal. Disturbed is my soft cut-off. I like a dance music. I LOVE slower piano music--probably what I listen to the most. I can tolerate country and rap, but I can't metabolize heavy/death metal and screamo--instant headache.)

Food: Anything Dairy. Milk and cheese makes me a very, very happy person. Although I don't have it very much anymore--it's just too calorie heavy.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
With complete honesty:

Friends (Will always be most important to me, no changing that).
Culture (music, people, and soft moments).
My Guinea Pig (I love my fluffy, farty little ball of oink).
My Car (I love driving).
My books and Psych Journals (Reading).
Lastly, my pocket watch. (I'll admit, kind of an odd thing, but truth be told, I'd grab that right after my guinea pig during a fire--it means a lot to me and is a piece of my identity).
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
About others, usually friends. I've been told I take on everyone's problems, and maybe I do. But I'm slowly fading into a misanthrope, but I'll always be around if someone needs me.

If not that, probably about current events.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Fargo w/ friends: Dining out with a friend. Food or Coffee and conversation.

Bismarck w/ friends: Having beers with a friend or two. Alcohol and banter.

Alone: Setting aside my school troubles and relaxing. Movies. Games. Internet. Guinea pig.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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My brain never shuts off. Even in my sleep. I've apparently had conversations in my sleep. These didn't make sense from what I'm told (go figure), but all because I'm not behind the wheel doesn't mean my brain isn't running.

My mind, however, is always wondering off of me. I put a bell on it, though--it helps me find it.
You should message me if
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If the British are coming. If Canada declared war. If California fell into the ocean. In the event of a zombie apocalypse. If Fox News came to their senses. If evil space monkeys are invading. If you've found my keys (definitely if you've found my keys!). If Steven King or Bret Easton Ellis went bonkers and are running around chopping people with axes. If they decided to bring back Futurama . . . Again. If you want to give me cake (mmm . . . cake). If you need me to call the Ghostbusters. If I've won the lottery. If you won the lottery and want to share. If you are aware of a very large hidden cache of Twinkies. If someone poked the President with a fish. Or if Arnold Schwarzenegger did or said something cheesy . . . Wanting to talk to me would also work, and welcomed.