Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
This area is under construction. I'm working on making my
profile shorter and to the point. I've already started to do so in
my self-summary below this note, however, I will be continuing to
do this with the rest of my profile as well, and continue to add
things to my self summary (if you plan a return visit) as soon as I
can. If you'd rather skip to the free dinner/coffee portion of this
profile, I point you to the button in the corner that says "Send a
Message", which will not only entitle you to potentially free
dinner/coffee, but the chance to know more about me. If you do,
it's preferable that you give your first name. :)
The Management (Drew)
I've broken down my self summary into two parts, things I really
like, and things I really don't.
Here are some of the things I really like (in alphabetically order
because why not) -
• Baseball (New York Mets)
• Board Games
• Card Games
• Emoticons (Why not?)
• Football (New York Jets Season Ticket Holder)
• Harry Potter
• Hockey (New Jersey Devils)
• Hunger Games
• Mexican Food
• Pokemon (I play the card game competitively)
• Sex (Lets not lie here)
• Short Girls
• Star Wars
• Video Games (Zelda/Mario/Final Fantasy)
• Water Parks
Here are a few things I don't like -
• Being Called Andrew (It's not my name)
• Dogs (Most dogs, I'm afraid of. I don't want to own a dog)
• Insects (Pretty much all of them)
• Reality Shows
• Roller Coasters
• Seafood (for the most part. I do like some.)
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
I just transferred to Kean University after getting my Associates
from UCC for Communications. I've started my Bachelors for
Psychology. I'm hoping to get my degree in the Spring of 2017, I'm
planning on attempting to be a Clinical Psychologist, (which you
need a Masters and Doctorate first). (September 2015)
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
I feel like the saying, "Jack of all trades, master of none" fits
me pretty well. I'm pretty well rounded in knowing a little bit
about a lot of things, but I don't have a lot of things that I've
actually mastered, with the exception of a select few things.
The first things people usually notice about me
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That I may or may not look like actor Jim Parsons in some way.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Help your potential matches find common interests.
I've only updated the TV Shows recently. (Nov. 2014)
Favorite Books - My favorite three series are Star Wars, Hunger
Games, & Harry Potter. I don't read as much as I should. I used
to read more.
Movies - I'm not a huge fan of horror, but I will occasionally
watch one. I've answers this question as if I was stranded on a
deserted island, what 10 movies would I take with me (in no order).
I know I'm missing two, but I'll add those later.
1. A Knight's Tale
2. Silver Linings Playbook
3. The Last Samurai
4. 10 Things I Hate About You
5. Crazy, Stupid, Love.
7. How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days
8. Law Abiding Citizen
Shows - I've listed my favorite 5 shows currently on TV, and 10
shows that are no longer being shown.
Shows currently on TV - Game of Thrones, Arrow, The Big Bang
Theory, Hawaii Five-O, & Last Week Tonight with John
Shows no longer on TV - The Fresh Prince of Bel Air, Stargate SG-1,
Angel, 24, Dragonball Z, Frasier, Star Trek - Voyager, Burn Notice,
The "NEW" Battlestar Galactica, & Xena - Warrior
Music - I've been told that I have some weird taste in music, which
is most likely true, however I'm not a huge fan of rap or country,
but I like everything else pretty much. My some of my favorites are
Meat Loaf, The Offspring, Simple Plan, & Good Charlotte.
Food - My favorite types of food are Mexican and Italian. However,
if we are talking dessert, I'm a big fan of brownies and marzipans.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
I had some generic things, but decided to change it up a bit.
1. I love sports. (Mets, Jets, Devils, Nets, Seton Hall Pirates
(NCAAB), Rutgers Scarlet Knights (NCAAF), and Tennis)
2. The Internet.
3. My geeky tendencies. Most, if not all are scattered about this
profile, so if you look really hard, you should be able to find
4. My weirdness. I 'm incredibly weird, this shouldn't be taken as
awkward, but weird (or goofy). I'm pretty sure it's why my friends
are my friends. Also, who are we kidding, weird people are more fun
to be around!
5. Travel. I would love to have someone who would go exploring all
over the world with me. I have an empty passport which needs to be
filled. I need a partner in crime (well not actually crime, that
would be bad, maybe some non-criminal mischief) to do this.
6. My family (my mom and sister) and my friends. I don't know how
you don't put this on here. They are important, and they help me
along my journey in life, and are there for me when I need. I would
be doing a disservice if I didn't mention them on this list.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
How to improve the condo I currently live in via renovations. I'm
currently working on replacing my hardwood floor & finish my
walk-in close over the winter.
Past and previous decisions, learning from them, and what the
future holds for me.
Why people in NYC are so reluctant to meet high matches that live
in NJ, even if you seemingly get along really well, and are willing
to come to NYC to meet.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
It varies from week to week.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I really don't like most bugs, they creep me out. However, that
doesn't mean that I can't kill them if I need to do so
I hate the fact that I live about 16 miles from NYC because no one
who lives in NYC will really go on a date with someone from NJ. (I
also love the fact that I live so close to NYC that I can go into
it whenever I want.)
You should message me if
Offer a few tips to help matches win you over.
You want to know more about me. You have a question for me. You
find me somewhat interesting. You want to hang out. I'm positive
that there are a lot of good reasons to do so, but those are the
There is NO harm in sending a message to try and get to know
someone. So take the risk and send me a message. :)
(If you like me, you'd be better off shooting me a message, as I
don't have A-List so I can't see that you did, so that I know that
you liked me. If you don't, it's pretty much the equivalent of
giving someone a compliment while passing them on the street, but
not actually telling them you'd like to get to know them more.)
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