Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
My personality type is INTJ and I find it a little bit difficult to
relate to most people. I'm full of interesting/weird
idiosyncrasies, one of them is that I follow my curiosity basically
anywhere, and it leads me to some strange places.
I'm a semi-avid gamer and budding electronics enthusiast; I've
recently upgraded my computer with a graphics card and the
necessary higher-wattage power supply and have so far half-built my
own battery pack for an electric bicycle.
Things that regular exposure to me will result in:
- Getting dragged to a race track of some type at least once
- Awesome mac 'n' cheese
- A scintillating depth of interaction during conversations
- Impromptu road trips to random (or not-so-random... But usually
- Being amazed by my Tetris skillz
- National Art Gallery visits
- Monte Cristo sandwiches
- Being offended (hopefully briefly)
- The realisation that--in spite of my Aquarian abrasiveness--I do
my best to respect your emotions
- Requests to pop the hood of your car or take apart your
non-functioning electronic device (or device in general)
- Me asking you lots of questions beginning with "why"--I like
finding out why people do the things they do. Hopefully you won't
get annoyed by this.
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
- Reading "Emotions Revealed" by Paul Ekman.
- Staving off adult responsibilities for as long as humanly
- Starting a business; searching for a few more tools and a larger
workspace where I can experiment with things--like aerodynamics or
electric motors--more easily and/or new things I can do with less
- Trying to put forth significant effort into my youtube
- Creating zombie batteries.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
- Reciting pi
- Fixing cars
- Keeping an open mind
- Getting along with cats :3
The first things people usually notice about me
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The first three remarks that come to mind are that:
- I'm thoughtful/quiet
- I'm interesting/weird
- I'm random, but only sometimes. That's how "random" rolls.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Help your potential matches find common interests.
I usually gravitate towards books that have at least some social
commentary. I love Dan Brown's stuff ("The Da Vinci Code" and
later.) "Animal Farm" is also great; it's basically a big giant
metaphor. "1984" is good as well, but gets kind of dry in that last
I like sci-fi and "mind-fuck" movies. "The Fifth Element", "Being
John Malkovich", "12 Monkeys", "Idiocracy", "Waking Life", pretty
much everything directed by Terry Gilliam, the newest "Batman"
trilogy (as but a few examples...) I also absolutely love seeing
people do silly things with cars in the "Fast and the Furious"
series (semi-guilty pleasure.)
I more-or-less exclusively watch pseudo-intellectual TV shows and
adult cartoons: "Community", "Louie", "South Park", "Futurama",
"Scrubs", those sorts of shows. My current guilty pleasure is
"Archer". I am not proud of this last one, but I used to be a
religious watcher of "American Chopper(s)". In spite of its
horribleness, I couldn't stop watching.
I like music that I can analyse (like the various genres of
classical) or music with lyrics that actually make me think. The
Offspring, Gogol Bordello, Cake, They Might be Giants, Beastie
Boys... I also am utterly fascinated at how much of a worldwide
phenomenon heavy metal music has become, and the plethora of
sub-genres contained within it. It's also apparently based off of a
Bach fugue, so it's basically classical music with guitars and
I am semi-adventurous as far as trying new foods. I'll eat just
about anything that doesn't have meat in it; even if it does have
meat in it, I'll generally try it if someone has gone to the effort
of making it for me. Especially so if they are unaware of my
dietary choices--because of that whole "respecting emotions"
thing.) I tend to forget that pepperoni pizza has meat in it. My
thoughts after having a slice are always along the lines of "man,
that was one delicious slice of--oh, damn it!"
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
- PB & J
- The Sun/ warm weather
- Freedom of thought
- Internet, interaction or international travel
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
- How emotions work/social interaction
- What I eat/drink
- Solar power and electric motors
- How to make money while remaining happy
- Why people still farm animals and make paper from trees, among
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
- Playing video games with a person or people
- Perhaps also chewing on a PS3 controller in frustration
- Welding, assembling, disassembling, soldering, drilling, cutting,
grinding or some other activity that falls under the "tinkering"
- Riding my bike to random places
You should message me if
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- you want to.
- you are that special combination of oh-so-lovely and oh-so-lonely
(and let's face it, if you're on this site, you have that
- you aren't at your 300-message storage limit, so I can respond.
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