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32 • Rutherford, NJ • Man
I’m looking for
- Ages 22–44
- Near me
- Who are single
- For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating
- Last Online
- Sep 11
- 6′ 1″ (1.85m)
- Body Type
- Mostly anything
- Atheism, and laughing about it
- Virgo, but it doesn’t matter
- Graduated from university
- Relationship Status
- Relationship Type
- Doesn’t have kids, and doesn’t want any
- Likes dogs and likes cats
- English (Fluently)
Here, have some refreshingly honest truth: Since my car, my education, my apartment, and everything else I've managed up to this point was financed by yours truly (and not rich parents), I don't live a life of luxury. I don't travel to exotic locations, you won't find me living in an overpriced New York penthouse, and I'm not the one ordering bottle service in the club. I'm not really "living well" so much as I'm "living decently, given the economy and the lack of support from anyone or anything else." Unflattering! But hey, there it is.
Making comparisons. Here's an example: Picture a giant, horrifying family dinner where only the weird part of the extended family shows up. Everybody brings leftovers, and then complains there's not enough home cooking to go around. That's a dating website population in a nutshell.
Movie: Lupin III: The Castle of Cagliostro
TV: Robot Chicken, but honestly there's only so much boob tube I can watch. No cable, and my Netflix account is inactive more often than not.
Music: 90's dance, classic hip-hop, Eurobeat/Eurodance/J-Euro, and six million other genres.
Food: Ramen, sushi, burritos that are way too big for their own good, Japanese-style curry, pizza, Korean BBQ, bagels, all-day breakfast, diner food, meatball subs, fried chicken (regular AND Korean!). I'm sure I'm missing a bunch. Bottom line, I'm not overly picky and I'm new food friendly.
Emeril I'm not, but sometimes I just like to experiment with cooking simple dishes. Tofu gets a bad rap because nobody will actually try to use it in interesting ways or with interesting spices.
Coffee and tea aren't "food" per se, but as an IT tech with a hectic schedule, they're a source of caffeine and my lifeblood on a bad work day, so close enough.
- Dining out, as if you didn't get the hint from the last section.
- Technology. (Not so much an obsession as "I wouldn't have a decent career otherwise...")
- Crisp fall days, the kind where you only just barely need a light jacket, or maybe a sweater.
- The freedom to not actually have to list six things in response to dumb questions on dating websites.
- How comedy clubs and mall calendar stands manage to stay open.
- Why most human beings are so terrified of the concept that their brief lives mean diddly-squat in the grand scheme of the universe.
- What I'm going to do when robotics gets to the point that some guy out in a third world country will be repairing computers via some bizarro remote-control Johnny-5 like gizmo, and I'm out of a job.
- Whether I should bother writing a Yelp review for whatever place I just ate at. (Account name: TxdoHawk, if you want a glimpse at my writing style or what I like to eat.)
- Out in NYC (Bars, coffee shops, museums, parks, etc...)
- Out at some diner (NJ stereotype status: true)
- Catching up on dumb movies or Netflix or something.
You know, the usual variety of ho-hum stuff that makes these lists. I'm looking for more/better excuses to go out, and people to do that with.
Not being a psychotic axe murderer: A plus.
Please, keep the emotional baggage to a carry-on item at most. If you're fresh off the rebound and hating the world, I'm probably going to be a little too positive-minded for you anyway. Take a couple of weeks to loathe everything and everyone, then get back in touch when you're feeling better.
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