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27 West Palm Beach, FL Man


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  • Ages 20–36
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5′ 6″ (1.68m)
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Working on two-year college
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My self-summary
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Ahoy hoy
My name is Chris, but most call me Squid (old nickname, lame story).

I feel like a man out of a different time. Say, like the 40's: a suspendered up, gin drinking, pool shooting mook who listens to jazz and likes pulp noir. Or maybe the 50's: I do rather love Chuck Barry, old Scifi films, and riding my bike to the local diner for fries and a lemonade. Or maybe I belong in the late 1800's with the card playing, whiskey drinking dusters, braving the elements and blazing the wilderness, traveling across the country with naught but what they could carry. But I'm pretty comfy right here too, drinking my Gourmet Coffee in the air conditioning, just me and my computer.
I suppose, at heart, I'm really just a boy lost in time, wrestling with my own shadow, and dreaming of flying off to some magical place with a darling girl by my side.
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
Life, what life? heh :P

Wiring up buildings, enlightening myself, and entertaining others.
I'm an apprentice electrician, a weekend bartender, and an enthusiast philosopher.
(Also a half-assed sociologist,
which basically means I like to people-watch and comment on how weird society is. lol)

I traveled the country a lot as a kid, and now most local everyday life bores me. So I am always finding ways to keep myself amused.

My bookcase and I have a running wager, it thinks I can't finish all the books on it before I die. CHALLENGE ACCEPTED (which is a bad bet to take seeing as I fill it with new books faster than I can read em)

My mind does not stop, so I write fiction in my free time, and aspire to be novelist someday. For now it's a hobby :)
Wanna read some cool stuff? Just ask.

"Either write something worth reading or do something worth writing." --Benjamin Franklin.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Being a nerd,
Living the contradictory life of a pessimistic optimist,
And I'm good at climbing trees, but that's practically a prerequisite for boys, so... doesn't really count.
Although, ROCK CLIMBING-- That counts! I had the chance to do it once in beautiful Tennessee, was one of the greatest experiences I've had, and I hunger to do it again.

I tend to try to stay fit. I enjoy a swim in the ocean when it's just right. I fence (Rapier) with a medieval/renaissance group. I suck at tennis, doesn't stop me from attempting the dammed sport though. And I like running, it's the best way to end up feeling like shit while equally feeling amazing.

I generally excel at most anything creative.
Writing is the chosen tap for my imagination, pouring my mind juice out onto absorptive materials. Sometimes I draw, or build stuff (was a Lego kid growing up, and kinda still am. Could probably have been an engineer if I didn't have a love/hate relationship with math)
Being really good at the Six degrees game (linking actors together via movies and other actors they've worked with) is one of my more useless skills.
I'm also really good at feinting skill in these following interests:
video games
board games
The first things people usually notice about me
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My presence?
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Help your potential matches find common interests.
Books: H.G. Wells, Orson Scott Card, Robert Louis Stevenson, Jules Verne, Dave Barry & Ridley Pearson, Michael Crichton, Clive Cussler, Raymond Chandler, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Ian Fleming, Lee Child, Neil Gaiman, Edgar Allan Poe (mostly I prefer his short fiction)
Comics and Graphic Novels: The Shadow, Hellboy and anything Mike Mignola touches, Blackest Night, League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Red Son, DC New Frontier, and the Amory Wars series, if Claudio ever finishes it.
Currently reading Up Against It.

I love quaint/sad movies like UP, The Terminal, Stranger than Fiction, Grand Budapest Hotel, The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou;
Terry Gilliam movies, like Brazil and The Adventures of Baron Munchausen are also among my favorites;
and I adore old science fiction films like Doctor X and Forbidden Planet, the classics like Tron, Alien, Back to the Future, Ghostbusters, and the newer scifi stuff like Moon, The Matrix, and Primer;
I also like Once upon a Time in the West, For a Few Dollars More, and other westerns by Sergio Leone;
also great is The Three Flavors Trilogy: Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, and The World's End;
Guillermo Del Toro movies are pretty alright; I love John Carpenter's movies, and you sure can't beat films by Quentin Tarantino;
I go see all of the Marvel films;
and I even love well made anime films like Spirited Away, From up on Poppy Hill, Akira, and Royal Space Force: The Wings of Honnêamise;
Bringing up the tail there are a few stragglers on my list that don't fit in with the others, Brick, Hook, The Shadow, the 1986 Transformers: The movie, and Thank You for Smoking.

TV: Firefly, Sliders, Doctor Who, Lost, ER, 30 Rock, Community, Jeopardy, Over the Garden Wall, Gravity Falls, Transformers, Batman the animated series, Samurai Jack, Baccano!, Cowboy Bebop, Lupin the 3rd, Neon Genesis Evangelion, Archer, The Aquabats Super Show, Futurama, Game of Thrones, Caprica, SGU, X-Files, The Newsroom, True Detective, Luther.

->Rock: Coheed and Cambria, The Black Keys, Muse, Avenged Sevenfold, My Chemical Romance, Primus, Rush, Jethro Tull, Chuck Berry, Dick Dale, The Who, Bang Camaro, Audioslave, Powerglove, David Bowie, Queen.
->Jazz: Wes Montgomery, Glenn Miller, Miles Davis, Herbie Handcock, Charlie Parker, The Seatbelts, Chuck Mangione, George Gershwin, Django Reinhardt, Fats Waller, Houston Person.
->Composers (Classical and Scores): Ennio Morricone, Hanz Zimmer, Howard Shore, John Williams, Michael Giacchino, Richard Wagner, Claude Debussy, Rossini, Chopin, Bach, Tchaikovsky.
->Other: Bela Fleck and the Flecktones, Daft Punk, Gorillaz, Panic at the Disco, Caravan Palace, SmashFM, Kavinsky, Com Truise, Royksopp, Cee Lo Green (mainly for his Gnarls Barkley albums), The Aquabats, Nobody Beats the Drum, Jamiroquai, Everymen (local band).

Video Games: The Bioshock games, The Metal Gear Solid series, The Dead Space games, Portal and Portal2, the Half-life series, The Elder Scrolls games, the Gears of War games, KoTOR and KoTOR2, Fallout3 and New Vegas, FarCry3 and BloodDragon, The Advance Wars series, Mario Kart 64, Mario Sunshine, Minecraft, Shatter, and the slew of games I got during the last Steam sale.

Table-top Games: Scrabble, Scattergories, Taboo, Life, Clue, Apples to Apples, Cards Against Humanity, Fluxx, Munchkin, X-wing, Heroclix, MTG, D20 Modern, SW Saga Edition, DC Adventures, Pathfinder....

Food: I love to cook! Anything, from Miso soup, to epic salads and amazing sauteed spinach, to coal fired skirt-steaks, to killer breakfast dishes, to all kinds of seafood, like Mahi in scampi sauce with a spicy pineapple salsa on top, and more.
And when I am not cooking I enjoy going out to cool places with people.
Sushi on occasion is great, and am always in the mood for a Philly Cheesesteak Sub. I've got a strange addiction for good Lemonade and fancy water (like blk water).
I drink a lot of coffee, but that's hard to help when you live in a house where there is always a fresh pot brewed (seriously, my dad must have pure coffee in his veins)
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
The six sides of a die?
Nah, real talk
2-My friends/family.
5-Something to write on.
6-A good book to read.

my current "Rule 32: Enjoy the little things" six things=
1-Staring into another living being's eyes and seeing life look back into yours
2-The smell of the ET ride and smelling it in other places triggering nostalgia.
3-Water, and the subtle differences in its taste from different brands/locations/sources
4-The perfect temperature under the sheets in the morning that makes you never want to get out of bed
5-The relaxing bliss of sitting alone and building with legos, models, words on paper, or other similar creative projects
6-The exhilarating focus of anticipating your fencing foe's next move while also searching for the opening to thrust your rapier into them
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
How many licks DOES it take to get to the center?

Generally I am considering writing projects that I have yet to finish,
as well as spacing out about dumb shit,
Philosophy--The ethics of everyday decisions, Concepts of Time and reality, are we all just characters in some book? Hmmm.... If so, I don't think the Author likes me very much, and the world sucks because conflict and drama are needed in any story (not so crazy actually if you read about fictionalism),
Also if I watered my banzai or not yesterday, fun road trips I could take,
and dames, of course!
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Doing the same thing I do every night, trying to take over the world!

Abusing Amazon Prime?
Probably at Jake's, podcasting, eventually falling asleep in his comfy-ass-couch (Yes, I blame the couch)
Home possibly, watching shit on my computer/tv, or reading, writing, listening to jazz and flipping a coin in my mind on whether or not I think it is terrible, or goofing around in some videogame.

Possibly out with friends, being lame. We do that A LOT.
Maybe shooting some pool at the local Billiard Halls, enjoying an Irish Coffee down at Tim Finnegan's, or down at the Kavasutra in Delray losing at cards, or in my backyard playing Croquet , But most likely I'm driving all over the place wasting gas to see the people I love.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
I don't know, not too private. I am pretty open and honest about most everything, but uhhh, here's some close-to-private stuff I guess:

My three biggest fears are: Nano-technology, centipedes, and living/dying alone.

My favorite movies tend to be the sad ones.

I flirt with everybody, men, women, other dimensional ancient ones. If you've got it going on, I don't discriminate.

I have a devilishly perverse mind, with a penchant for all things both kink and sensual. Never know if I'm going to tie you up with your own garments or just give you a full body massage, a rough bite or just a nibble on your lobes while whispering all sorts of things in your ear. You never know what I'll do, and neither do I, that's what makes it fun. And sex should be fun.
(IMPORTANT: though, if you are JUST/ONLY out for sex, with all due respect, and I mean with all due respect, FUCK OFF!
I'm looking for something deeper than just a regular sex life)
You should message me if
Offer a few tips to help matches win you over.
If you have eyes I can get lost in.
If you're HONEST, and real;
The type that would like to just spend evenings together, cuddling, watching movies, just doing whatever;
If you'd like to share in an adventure;
If you are someone that likes to have fun, but also can be content being boring WITH someone (When you find a person you can be boring with and still enjoy eachother's company, with no pressure to entertain, it's great. underrated)

and if you want to talk about whatever at all-- Say hi, ask a question--ask me anything, tell me I am a dweeb, make a random statement about my page??? idk, I'm just here to chat (something people on here seem to be allergic to?)
I'd like to get to know if I would actually like to get to know you. (Holy convoluted sentence Batman).

P.S. - This site seems to have no concept of distance. If you are totally awesome and live nowhere near me... well... You suck! but don't let it discourage you :) I do drive lol

"See you cowgirl, someday, somewhere!"