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ShidouIshamael

32 M Jacksonville, NC

My Details

Last Online
Yesterday – 5:24pm
Orientation
Straight
Ethnicity
White
Height
5′ 7″ (1.70m)
Body Type
Diet
Smokes
No
Drinks
Rarely
Drugs
Never
Religion
Judaism, and somewhat serious about it
Sign
Sagittarius, and it’s fun to think about
Education
Working on university
Job
Income
Relationship Status
Single
Relationship Type
Offspring
Pets
Dislikes dogs and likes cats
Speaks
English (Fluently), Hebrew, Chinese, Japanese

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My self-summary
Note: I am not in Pembroke, yet! Though, I will be in a few weeks. My goal there is to finish my English degree, and prepare for my Library Science Masters. Though a little old, I am not quite ready to give up, nor resign myself to mediocrity.

Well, this is an edit. There's actually a lot to say here. Because I'm like that. Hi. I'm Jason. I'm also called Ishy by my closer friends (funny story behind some of that, really.) and I hate the rhyme "Ishy, Ishy, rhymes with Fishy~", even though my IRC moniker is now Ishy-Fish. I live in North Carolina, and while my 'home' is in Hubert, I was born in Jacksonville, and I spend more time there. I'm a Jewish male in a non-Jewish world. I like to make people smile and laugh, and I like nice hot showers. Who doesn't? I am editing this yet again, as I feel I yammered far too much about things aside from the point. I have to apologize for the lack of photo-age, but unfortunately, I'm a little shy (while being vain, hah!), and I'm currently in the process of pestering my younger sister, since she takes alot of pictures.

I'm oft told I'm a good listener, and I'm often put off by the lack of common courtesy in today's society. It's hard when you say 'excuse me, please, thank you', hold open doors, and generally go out of your way to be a polite person, and people walk through you as if you weren't there, and give you dumbfounded looks when you're polite. What? Is it so hard to say "Please"? What about "Thank you"? Guh. It blows my mind. Speaking of minds, I'm a very intelligent person, and I always enjoy a good book.

I tend to babble and ramble alot about whatever happens to interest me at the time, but I will always stop to listen to someone's problems. I like to make things better, and help people in just about anyway I can. Even if it's like like driving 50 miles to pick someone up. I've been there and done that, and if I'm able, I probably will. I enjoy peace and quiet probably more than I used to. Once upon a time, I could not stand it, but now? Though I love my music, I do revel in a little quiet, me time.

I have a myriad of hobbies, mostly of the nerdy variety. Feel free to inquire. Yes, I play video games, but they do not dominate my life. I am capable of dividing my time between intellectual persuits and otherwise.

I am witty, gentlemanly, and lolztastic
What I’m doing with my life
Something new! I'm on my way to UNC Pembroke. Even at my age, I recognize the need. Personal problems have stood in my way to getting an education, but no longer! Full time college, to finish my English Degree. Then, it's on to my Masters in Library Science. Huzzah for progress! As a man of ambition, I must work as hard as I can.

I now also find myself fortunate to be a journalist in a field I happen to be experienced in. I write video game articles for a site in which I preview/review titles of the rpg variety. . .mostly. New to it but I love it!
I’m really good at
I'm good at everything.

No seriously. I am. I find it tedious to be so talented, but there it is. I am an avid listener and am fairly quick on the uptake. Not to mention my talent for deadpan humor! I would like to believe I am a skilled writer. Perhaps this is not evident by my post on this site, but, I do what I can.

I am generally known for my near infinite patience.
The first things people usually notice about me
My eyes, perhaps my wondrous hair.. but let's be honest. It's the very stereotypical hebrew nose. But, I'd like to think it fits the rest of my face pretty well.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
A) Much easier to list authors. I cannot believe I went this long without editing this. For shame. David Eddings, Robert Jordan, Terry Goodkind, Terry Pratchett, and his oh-so-amazing Discworld. Sir Conan Doyle, the myriad of authors involved in the Five Chinese Classics. I can and will read pretty much anything. I'm always on the look out for new books. One however cannot forget the works of Tolkien.

B) Movies, movies. Since I don't really watch a lot of TV, I do love movies. Tango and Cash, The Last Samurai, Anything by Akira Kurosawa, BASEketball, the films by Kevin Smith (including Red State), Goodfellas, The Monty Python films, The Princess Bride, Tokyo Gore Police, Ichi the Killer, Vampire Girl vs. Frankeinstein Girl, and the list goes on and on. I love stupid movies as much as I do intellectual ones.

C) Aesop Rock, REM, The Megas, the Protomen, The Adventures of Duane and Brando, Dio, Megadeth, Bad Religion, The Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Reel Big Fish, Goldfinger, Blind Guardian, Chumbawamba (They did more than two songs, honest), Fastball, REO Speedwagon, Kansas, Chicago, Deep Blue Something, Midnight Oil, Collective Soul, and the list just keeps going.

D) Chinese! Mmm....I'm really open on food. A girl who can cook has the key to my heart. Hehe.
The six things I could never do without
Family, The internet, a good book, something to write with and upon, the company of friends. A prepared mind.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
I think alot. I think more than I act. I think about how they get the M's on the M&Ms, the writings of the Spring and Autumn Annals, how much of the historical fiction work 'Romance of the Three Kingdoms was legitimate history. Though I have read a great deal of the actual history, some of it just blends in my brain. I have a million thoughts a minute. Could I survive a Zombie Holocaust? Can I actually sing, or do I sound like a dying, warbling walrus?

This section does not make a lot of sense. My brain is constantly pondering things. I could not possibly contain it, but I gladly would share my thoughts.
On a typical Friday night I am
If I'm not at work? Hanging out with my roommates, probably playing something or reading. It could be anything!
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
From the fifth grade, to about my Senior year of high school , I had a cyst growing in my ear. My eardrum popped, and did not heal properly. Unfortunately, it made me a social outcast for that entire time. It pussed and bled, and as an end result, no amount of cleaning or washing ever made me attractive. I was pretty much made fun of every single day I went to school, no matter how smart or nice I was. It was only worsened. I had no idea what it was, nor did my parents listen to me when I said I was in pain. Come on...my pillowcase was covered in blood! -_- I finally had all three bones in my ear reconstructed, and slowly gained back my self-confidence. I still can't talk to girls. Well I can, but I have a VERY hard time telling them how I feel. I'm afraid of being rejected like I always have been. I had many days when I contemplated just ending it all, and I won't deny it. But I didn't, because I promised I wouldn't. Now I look good, and feel good.

I have saved two lives from suicide. I'd rather not go into detail, but I did. I would have been lost without them. And I'm glad they are still here today, enjoying their lives.
I’m looking for
  • Girls who like guys
  • Ages 21–30
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating
You should message me if
If you're nearly as awesome as me.. or perhaps even more so. I am not so shy that I will not message someone first, and have before. But, someone who takes the initiative is kind of neat, wouldn't you think?

You should also message me if we have mutual interests, and you think communication would be appealing.