Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
Probably the first thing to know about me is that I have a very dry
sense of humor, which gets a *lot* of exercise. I am rarely "dead
serious" about anything, and I have a pretty easy-going
personality. I will crack a joke about pretty much anything. This
could be bothersome to someone who is easily offended or who has
I really enjoy meeting new people and hearing their stories. I'm
the guy who will chat up the cab driver to learn all about how he
came to end up in the United States, or strike up a conversation
with every random person at the airport bar to learn more about
Along the same lines, I also enjoy a lot of variety in life. I eat
and drink out a lot just to experience new places, try new foods,
or meet new people. I like to travel to new places when I have the
opportunity. My philosophy is that everything from skydiving to
taking a yoga class can be a unique life experience to be
I am voracious when it comes to knowledge; to that end I spend a
lot of time reading about and studying random subjects that pique
my interest. I have always been a "jack-of-all-trades," in my work
because of my tendency to lean toward learning and doing a variety
of things instead of focusing on one discipline.
I grew up in Colorado and I currently live in Denver, to where I
recently moved after an 8-year stint living in New York City.
Somewhat dichotomously, I enjoy both the sheer variety and chaos of
New York as well as the tranquility and beauty of Colorado's
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
At the moment I am re-acclimating to being back in Colorado after
living in New York City for about 8 years, where I went to law
school and was a practicing attorney. I currently live near City
Park in Denver and work as a software engineer for a technology
company in LoDo.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Help your potential matches find common interests.
My favorite fictional books are probably The Hitchhiker's Guide to
the Galaxy series. My favorite non-fiction books include "The
Millionaire Mind," "Linchpin" and "How to Teach Physics to Your
Dog," among countless others.
I love movies, so choosing a favorite is quite hard, but "Life is
Beautiful" would probably win out.
My favorite dishes are my mom's beef stroganoff and my dad's
Hungarian pancakes. I have no favorite cuisine.
As for music, I can't really choose a favorite group or genre.
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