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26 • Durham, NC • Man
I’m looking for
- Ages 21–30
- Near me
- Who are single
- For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating
- Last online
- Today – 6:13pm
- 5′ 11″ (1.81m)
- Body Type
- Mostly anything
- Working on Ph.D program
- Doesn’t have kids
- Has dogs and likes cats
- English, German (Poorly)
The temptation to drop out, fly to Malta and tend bar on the beach is stronger some days than others.
And I can make a mean cup o' tea.
Past favorite books include You Shall Know Our Velocity, Gone Away World, Discworld novels, Neil Gaiman stories, Looking for Alaska, The Unbearable Lightness of Being, A Visit from the Goon Squad, Oscar Wilde, Song of Ice and Fire and Walking on Glass. I'm always open to more suggestions and have a constantly growing list of books to read.
I listen to music a lot. Some of the things I've been listening to recently are Blood Orange, Youth Lagoon, Titus Andronicus, Tame Impala, Tallest Man on Earth, Mount Moriah, Delta Spirit and an assortment of classical music. I fully support the lost art of mixed tape making.
I could live my life on an assortment of sushi and burritos. Essentially any kind of seafood I love and anything wrapped in a tortilla is a wonderful thing. One day someone somewhere will successfully make a sushi burrito hybrid and it'll be the end of me. I'm really not a picky person when eating except for tomatoes. I don't really know why, I just can never stand them.
1. Otters have a skin pouch under their front legs where they can store their favorite hunting rock and food
2. In the cocoon, caterpillars release an enzyme that dissolves most of their body before rebuilding themselves into butterflies
3. Only half of a dolphins brain enters a sleep cycle at a time. The other half stays awake to make sure they continue to surface for air and not drown
4. When play fighting boy puppies will often let girl puppies win
5. Mantis shrimp have the most complex eyes and among other things can see ultraviolet light, can analyze polarized light, and have trinocular vision in each eye.
6. The average antelope can jump higher than a house. This is largely due to their powerful leg muscles and the fact that houses can't jump.
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