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32 M Saint Paul, MN

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Last Online
Yesterday – 8:48pm
6′ 2″ (1.88m)
Body Type
Agnosticism, and laughing about it
Dropped out of space camp
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Strictly monogamous
Doesn’t have kids
Likes dogs and has cats

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My self-summary
Hi, I'm Nathan. Welcome to my crib.

First off, I'm not looking for something casual.

Secondly, I need to say that I am extremely picky about who I date. Even more so with whom I would be willing to be intimate with.

I hang out on my porch a lot. Which is most likely why I don't meet very many new people. It's also hard to meet people while I'm zooming past them on my bike. So, either walk down my street or pedal harder.

"I don't want a million girls. I just want one, the perfect one. " Perfect for me of course.

I look at online dating with a mildly skeptical view but I am aware that good things are possible. As of late it has become exceedingly difficult to find someone with whom I have both emotional and physical chemistry. So I see this as another avenue to explore. I still prefer to have relationships develop organically. And if you're like me you don't want to be on a dating website forever.

Your current competition is netflix and bicycles.

*** I'm also looking for cycling friends. I like riding alone but having someone to cruise around the city with and take day trips with would be awesome***

Things about me:

I adhere to the basic philosophy of not
being an asshole.

I'm not an open book though there
are plenty of dog eared pages along with
a bookmark with a tassel and inspirational
quote on it.

INTP if you're into that whole thing.

Quick wit.

Actually 6'2"

Over the past year and a half I've been doing my best to travel primarily by bicycle. I do own a car but am seriously considering getting rid of it.

Appreciator and practitioner (hobbyist) of the arts.

I would like to go more places but I hate driving on highways. Need a road trip companion? I make pretty killer mixes.

Outdoor enthusiast. Seriously most days I would much rather be outside doing something but given that I don't have much natural insulation there is a love/hate relationship with winter.

Friend of the animals. Domesticated and wild. Unless something messes with me or has the potential to severely injure me I'll do what I can to cause no harm. On this note you shouldn't kill spiders unless they really have it coming. Them looking weird is not a valid excuse. Imagine how you look to them.

I've been told I have interesting if somewhat cynical perspectives on things.
I like to think of this as a positive. Blind acceptance is plain silly.

I can't say currently that I love what I do for a living. I currently spend my free time exploring possible ways to change that, along with watching Netflix.

I'm a smart cookie without documentation.

I don't believe everything I read or hear.
Critical thinking is a virtue.

I do my best to live in the moment.

I'm all that and a

Here are some traits that I would admire in someone I would want to date.

Being the right kind of weirdo.

Someone who cares about being a good example for humanity.

Someone who is active but understands the glory of being lazy sometimes.

Someone artistically inclined. For the ability to have conceptual ideas/discussions. Also for mutual arts and crafts time.

Someone who doesn't read into things to an extreme degree. It is important to have open communication .

Someone who is cool with personal time. Not always thinking that not calling/texting all the time means you don't care or something is wrong.

Someone who has the ability to laugh at themselves. We all do things that should make us laugh hysterically.
Humor is a cornerstone.

Someone who is cool with eventually being a little spoon.

Someone who knows the virtue of loyalty. I'm by no means overly possessive, but if I'm dating someone exclusively I'm not going to do something stupid to jeopardize something good. Neither should you.

And physical attractiveness matters. Well.. we should be attracted to each other if we are going to date. This doesn't fall within any particular guidelines, although I do tend to be attracted to those with a high metabolism.
What I’m doing with my life
Fixing bikes.
Looking for harmony.
Sleeping in when I can.
Avoiding oncoming traffic.
Making music in my downtime.
Mastering karate and friendship.
Eating around almonds in my trail mix.
Trying to avoid the top death bed regrets.
I’m really good at
Afternoon naps.
Existential crises.
Excellent snuggler.
Wasting time online.
Fixing your computer.
Giving my cat noogies.
Occasionally making good music.
Unintentionally sneaking up on people.
The first things people usually notice about me
I'm not (insert celebrity crush). It's OK, I'm glad I don't have a famous doppelganger.

Also, hopefully that I'm not on fire. If I am please at the very least give me a tap on the shoulder, with a fire extinguisher.

If I'm not aflame I don't really have a good barometer of readily available quotes from the general populace. I do have stretched (not guaged) lobes and visible tattoos so I suppose those get noticed.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food

I make music too.

Authors: Chuck Palahniuk, Tom Robbins, Kurt Vonnegut, Henry Rollins.

Shows: it's always sunny, Archer, Hannibal, trailer park boys.

Movies: List would be long but I promise Clueless and Paul Blart: Mall cop are not on the list.

Food: Soup and sandwich kind of a guy.
Black coffee and dark beer forever.
The six things I could never do without
1. Music
2. Questions
3. Coffee/tea
4. Technology
5. Compassion
6. Evolving perception
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Perception of reality.

Existence in all its facets.

I should probably drink more water.

How to see the world through unbiased eyes.

I should find cute animals to take pictures with so I can up my own cuteness factor.

How many people are on here that do not know how to fix red eye.
On a typical Friday night I am
In bed, naked, covered in tofu, taking selfies.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I'm left-handed. There, I said it.

I'm also conflicted about using exclamation marks.
They always seem overly dramatic.

I have faults. Shhhhh....don't tell the internet.
I’m looking for
  • Girls who like guys
  • Ages 24–37
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating
You should message me if
you would like to meet up at one of these

you would like to exchange top secret documents for hard currency under inauspicious circumstances.

you think the nice ride bikes are ugly and you secretly want to see a pedal pub tip over.

If you want to start a bicycle gang. Or you have a spot open on yours.

You're seriously serious about not being a serious person, seriously.

Let's face it. As a lady you have more power in the online dating scene. About 70% of messages I send don't get a response so If I piqued your interest, send something (more than "hi" would be nice).

You can handle that I have a job but not yet a career.

If you have realistic expectations.

If you have the ability to make free time.

If you want to go on a bike ride or have something you can't stop yourself from typing.

You adhere to a religious doctrine. (Spirituality is something completely different.)

Use the term(s) "yolo" or "swag" (unless on the rare occasion it's funny.)

You have unresolved issues with your ex.

You have a state outline tattoo.

You're only looking for a solely online correspondence.
(If you came across my profile, or I yours and you are outside a reasonable meeting area a digital exchange of radness would be alright.)

You have a kid. (I'm sure you and your kid are just fine but I've tried this and at this point in my life it's not for me.)

You're allergic to cats. (Not a end all but my clothing possibly has stray hair that is slowly replacing the original fabric.)

Good lord, you've made it to the end. Here is a cookie.