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30 St. Catharines, Ontario, CA Man


I’m looking for

  • Women
  • Ages 18–50
  • Near me
  • For new friends

My details

Last online
Mar 23
5′ 9″ (1.75m)
Body type
A little extra
Mostly anything
Seeing Someone
Doesn’t have kids, and doesn’t want any
Has dogs and dislikes cats
English (Fluently)

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My self-summary
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This dating profile has been rated RESTRICTED for the following reasons:

-Mature Themes (such as mutual respect, communication, and trust)
-Language May Offend (I don't pull punches, or stay away from tough subjects)
-Sexual Violence (the fun kind)
-Some Scary Scenes (if you ever see me cook or attempt to dance)


"Matt's a lot like 50 Shades of Grey...except not fiction. And he actually knows what he's doing. And he's not poorly written. (pause) So he's a lot unlike 50 Shades of Grey." - Jessica

The Obligatory Bio:

I'm not like most of the guys you'll see on here, which will either be refreshing, or disappointing to you. I don't spend hours a day chasing tail by sending hundreds of form letter style messages hoping that one or two women will respond to inane comments about pretty eyes or big breasts I'd like to motorboat and will be foolish enough to have sex with me. Quite frankly, I'm not desperate, and not looking for just sex (though it is an important part of a balanced breakfast...I mean...relationship).

I like to have conversations with people. IF YOU WANT TO CHAT, TURN YOUR IM OPTION ON, OR SEND ME A MESSAGE IF I DON'T MESSAGE YOU FIRST. By definition I'm a professional talker, but wouldn't be successful at that if I wasn't, first and foremost, great at actually listening to people. Beware, I often play devil's advocate to really challenge you to understand your beliefs fully.

I both host and produce radio shows, a few of which are sex positive. Both radio and human nature are interests of mine, and I spend a lot of time thinking about hilarious or thought provoking bits and why people act in certain ways. I often spout off bizarre observations that most people can only achieve through the use of mind altering substances, and often those things can be controversial. For instance, as I was writing this, a story about a woman who had tested HIV positive was on the news. What struck me about that was actually not the sad circumstance that woman now finds herself in, but rather the misnomer that “HIV positive” really is. “Positive” generally denotes good things to come. When you're doing a pregnancy test (which for most people is a happy thing) you might get a positive result meaning you are pregnant and the rejoicing begins. When you have a positive interview, you often get the job. When a movie gets positive reviews it generally makes a fortune in the box office. We tell people to have a more positive outlook on life! Well cheer up, buddy! You're HIV positive! Let the rejoicing begin and let the good times roll!

Now back to our regularly scheduled dating profile...

I'm looking for a partner in crime who is honest, caring, and full of life (I'm not into necrophilia...too much). What is my type? Well, I honestly don't have one that I've been able to identify. I've dated women of numerous ethnicities, ages, heights, and body types. I think personality is more important than any other attribute.

I have both liberal and traditional views on some things, which I suppose makes me a walking juxtaposition at times. I want a 1950's style household, but a modern car in the garage, if you know what I mean (if you don't, you'll have to ask me). I've been called many things in my life. Some say I'm a misogynist, others have called me chauvinistic, or even dominating...though many of them were responding to comments made on my radio show or in one of the articles I've written which aren't always a true representation of who I am (hell, often listeners are too dumb to tell which host made which comment). I don't fit into labels very well, but I do have a dominant side that I'm not ashamed of and actually spend some time perfecting. I'm not an a-hole, but I know what I want.

One last note: If you think you make a mean lasagna, I'd like to offer to taste test it. That's right, in return for allowing you to read my profile, I'll accept a homemade lasagna as a fee.

POST SCRIPT: I'm usually up for chatting, so if you'd like to do that, let me know!
What I’m doing with my life
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In addition to my jobs I also plan a bunch of events in the Niagara Region. I love to hang out with my friends when I have the chance, or take my dog on a walk and explore cool places.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
setting people on fire. That's actually true, and you should probably ask what I mean by that before you call the police.
The first things people usually notice about me
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
I had to ask a few of my friends this one. The three answers I was given were:
1. Sense of humour
2. Confidence
3. That I actually care about my friends
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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I do a lot of reading. I enjoy learning, and I enjoy being entertained so both fiction and non-fiction appeal to me. My favourite authors are probably Clive Cussler and the late Michael Crichton.

I try to listen to a lot of talk radio, but its not as boring as it sounds. I listen to a lot of "hot talk" which stays away from politics and focuses on being entertaining.

Musically, I'll listen to almost anything, though I find country gives me the desire to hurt blind orphaned puppies. I enjoy everything from big band, ska, punk, new rock, classic rock, jazz, acid jazz, electronic, folk, and even old-school rap.

As for TV, I enjoy Californication, Breaking Bad, Bar Rescue, Auction Hunters, Storage Wars and How I Met Your Mother specifically. My favourite channels are Comedy, History, Discovery, Spike, and A&E.

Past shows I've enjoyed watching include The Pretender, Battlestar Galactica, X-Files, Family Guy, The Simpsons (I list this here because the new ones suck) and Seinfeld.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
goals, entertainment, affection, good food, my friends, intellectual stimulation.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
...people I care about, my plans for the future, and why my mother used to always say "There's a child in Africa that would LOVE to eat your dinner!" when I refused to eat her tasteless or overcooked clearly would have been rotten by the time it got there, and it is just mean to do that to a starving child.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
either working, spending time with my friends, or enjoying the chance to catch up on my favourite TV shows.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
I've been married once.
You should message me if
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you actually took the time to read my profile. Also, if you know who JohnBaku is.