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28 M Denver, CO

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Last Online
Today – 10:25am
5′ 9″ (1.76m)
Body Type
Mostly vegetarian
Agnosticism, but not too serious about it
Graduated from university
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Doesn’t have kids, but wants them
Likes dogs and likes cats
English (Fluently), Spanish (Okay), C++ (Fluently)

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My self-summary
It is a big and beautiful world. Most of us live and die in the same corner where we were born and never get to see any of it. I don’t want to be most of us.

Care to join me?
What I’m doing with my life
I'll be moving to Denver from Minneapolis this summer, for sunshine, mountains, beer, and a preponderance of people who also appreciate sunshine, mountains, and beer. If you're from Denver, say hello to a new neighbor! Tell me about your favorite dive know, the one with the bad lighting, sticky floors, and great tap selection. Better yet, take me there!

I work for a nonprofit in the internet/tech industry, making the internet more accessible to people in the developing world. I really love my job.
I’m really good at
Storytelling. In a previous life, I was a regular in the DC performing arts community. I took the stage in half a dozen Moth-like storytelling shows and an improv show based on the audience's Facebook profiles in the Fringe Festival.

There are a few videos of me on stage, and I may share them if you ask nicely.
The first things people usually notice about me
My sense of humor, which is of the bad pun/dad joke/sarcasm persuasion. You may not think I'm funny, but I find myself hilarious. That counts for something, right?
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: My favorite book is typically the one I just finished. Presently, that is 1Q84. Others: young adult (Harry Potter, Hunger Games), Gaiman, Murakami (especially Norwegian Wood). And Calvin and Hobbes, duh.

Movies: I'm working my way through the IMDB Top 250. A short list of favorites: The Usual Suspects, Cidade de Deus, Manhattan, anything Pixar or Miyazaki, Aladdin.

Show: I watch television a season at a time. Some favorites: Game of Thrones, How I Met Your Mother, House of Cards, Arrested Development, Community, The Newsroom, Firefly.

Music: My taste unapologetically falls somewhere in between "Zach Braff movie", "Urban Outfitters playlist", and "Justin Timberlake". Favorite music moment: seeing Sigur Rós live in Iceland at Airwaves last fall.

Food: I love cooking. And eating. I love Spinach and put it in just about everything I make. I love it so much that I capitalize it. Spinach. Otherwise: fruit, veggies, fish, beans, rice, spice, beer, coffee.
The six things I could never do without
1) Travel and adventure! My job is remote, so I get to travel frequently: visiting friends and family, exploring new places, and keeping life interesting. In the past year, I've taken trips to Iceland, San Francisco, Portland, Miami, Toronto, and Ecuador. While not traveling, I try to keep active and be outside: hiking, backpacking, camping, mountaineering, rock climbing, attempting yoga. I do CrossFit, but I promise that I'm trying very hard not to be one of those Crossfitters.

2) My enormous family. I'm the oldest of 11 kids and have 80-something first cousins. I talk to my parents a few times each week, and I count cousins, siblings, aunts, and uncles among my closest friends. I love them all!

3) Sports and games. I'm a lifelong Cubs and Packers fan, and also grew up with the Twins, Wild, and Wolves. I follow European soccer and proudly wear my Chelsea blue. And games? I love all the games: board games, card games, nerdy games, party games. Some favorites: Settlers of Catan, Euchre, Cards Against Humanity, Carcassone, 500, Ticket to Ride. I don't play many video games, but I did love Portal.

4) Superlatives. I often exaggerate my feelings by misusing the superlative of the adjective that I should be using.

5) Exclamation points. If my superlatives don't sufficiently strenghten my point, I'll add emphasis with an exalamation point. If that's not enough, I'll throw in an interrobang. Why don't they get used more often‽

6) Lists. Man, I love lists. I make lists for everything, and often use them in conjunction with superlatives and excalamations to make points. For example, I might say "This is one of the ten best beers I've ever had!" But I wouldn't leave it at that, I would proceed to make a list of all of the beers I like more. Further evidence:

A list of my favorite Muppets:
- Swedish Chef
- Pepe the King Prawn
- Dr. Bunsen Honeydew
- Sweetums
I spend a lot of time thinking about
The puppy I will adopt as soon as I'm in Denver.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I once met Jason Segel. I drunkenly asked him to be my best friend:

"Sorry man, you seem like a really nice guy, but I've already awarded that title to Mila's boyfriend Mack."

I left confused, but later learned that he was talking about Mila Kunis' boyfriend Macaulay Culkin. When considering who should be his best friend, Jason Segel picked Richie Rich over me. Life isn't fair.
I’m looking for
  • Girls who like guys
  • Ages 21–33
  • Near me
  • For short-term dating
You should message me if
I love my life, but I also love sharing it with others and am looking for someone to be awesome with. Ideally, she:

- Has a half-empty adventure book, like on Up.
- Likes spending downtime in coffee shops and dive bars.
- Is as "Fuck Yes!" about me as I am about her.
- Will teach me how to trad climb. And has a pack that holds more than 40 liters. And will hike all the 14ers with me.
- Cares about other humans.
- Is upfront and honest. Open communication is hot (use a bro voice while reading that for full effect).
- Will sing a great duet (the Jasmine part, obviously) of A Whole New World with me. This point is non-negotiable.

That's my last list, I swear!

Okay, probably not. I'm out of control.