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I’m looking for

  • Women
  • Ages 19–23
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating

My details

Last online
Today – 7:34pm
6′ 1″ (1.85m)
Body Type
Christianity, and somewhat serious about it
Taurus, but it doesn’t matter
Graduated from university
Politics / Government
Strictly monogamous
Doesn’t have kids, but wants them
Likes dogs and likes cats
English (Fluently), French (Poorly)
My self-summary
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Just moved to Austin! Looking forward to getting to know this city better!

Have you ever complained that the guys you date aren't willing enough to spend all day cooking you dinner? That they aren't able enough to carry on an intellectual conversation? That they don't have a clear enough idea of what they want to do with their life? Hi, I'm Tucker.

I'm very ambitious and driven. I'm an introvert not in that I prefer being alone, but I prefer being with a small group of close friends, not with a bunch of people I barely know in a crowd. I take myself very seriously and am certainly very reserved, but I open up quickly to friends and significant others. I'm very sensitive and compassionate, and not afraid to get emotional. Seriously I bawl my eyes out when watching romantic moments on sitcoms. You should have seen me while binge watching HIMYM. Okay actually you probably shouldn't, it was embarrassing. Once I discover something I like, I stick with it.

I'm not as religious as I'd like to be, but I'm looking for a girl who shares my values and has as strong a moral compass as I do. Too many girls my age are simply looking for a series of drunken random hookups and I could not be less interested in that lifestyle.

I also know what I want in a partner, and if all you did is look at my photo before sending me a message, you probably won't get one in return. There is so much more that is important to a relationship than simply the beauty of its two participants. I never send a message without first scouring every inch of a profile trying to determine whether someone is what I'm looking for.

What am I looking for?
Cultural sophistication, shared sense of morality, ambition and drive would be the most important characteristics, in no particular order.
What I’m doing with my life
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I just graduated Southern Methodist University with a BA in Political Science, Economics, and Public Policy, and after working on the governor's successful campaign in Texas as a Field Representative, I've started working at a political consulting/lobbying firm and doing press work on the side for a state rep.

It is important to note also that I am really into beer. You may think you're aware of the craft beer movement and the level to which people can get involved in it, but I've taken it much further than most do. I trade beer. I ship beer across the country in exchange for beer I can't buy here. Yes, that is a thing. I regularly travel great distances to acquire new beer. I have more than 100 bottles of beers from all over the world in my closet, either to purposefully age for a time, to offer up in future trades, or just to save for a special occasion. I've got beers aging in my Dad's wine cellar back home that I don't intend to open for close to a decade.

If you date me I'll happily share the world of better beer with you, I love advocating for it and spreading the word that Bud Miller and Coors aren't your only options. This article here gives a pretty good idea of what to expect:

If that sounds like fun, we'll get along great. If it doesn't, I guess this will be a hobby I enjoy on my own.

This is a major hobby of mine, much like whisky or bourbon or wine tasting can be for other people. Don't confuse it with alcoholism.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Cooking, thinking, and pretending I can sing. And I'm happy to show off these skills, except for the singing thing, not gonna make you suffer through that. I love to spend all day cooking an elaborate multi-course meal from scratch.
The first things people usually notice about me
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I walk among the height-advantaged, namely Abe Lincoln and Rubeus Hagrid. Both of whom I can outdo in a baking competition.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Books: I haven't read fiction in a long time, I love a strong political biography, like Robert Caro's Master of the Senate, discussing LBJ's years in the Senate.

Movies: I'm a hopeless romantic, so Titanic is always my answer to "favorite movie." I love a good historical film, smart action movies, good comedies, or any Oscar-bait movie will catch my attention too. The one movie I've rewatched more than any other is "A Few Good Men," as I am a devoted Sorkinite.

TV: The West Wing, which helped shape my inner idealist. Game of Thrones, which is amazing in every way. The Office, which had me in tears for most of the finale, Law and Order SVU, The Wire, Parks and Recreation, HIMYM, 24, many others. Breaking Bad, and its thematic predecessor, The Shield are also fantastic and favorites of mine.

Music: Country Country Country. More specifically, Dwight Yoakam, Merle Haggard, Randy Travis, Gary Allan, Alan Jackson, The Band Perry, Zac Brown Band, Willie Nelson, anything Texas Country, and lots of others. I've recently developed a Sturgill Simpson obsession. I also hold a special place in my heart for classic 1970s-era rock music, namely Genesis.

Food: Double Meat Animal Style no Tomato from In n Out, as far as home-cooked meals, I do a lot of pasta, occasionally making the dough myself. I've also done lobster stuffed crepes with a ginger and carrot beurre blanc sauce and pea shoot salad which was easily one of the tastiest dishes I've ever cooked. I love making croissants too, there's something comforting and relaxing about slowly rolling out the layers of dough and butter, and the end result of scratch made croissants fresh out of the oven is simply amazing. I love cooking desserts too, Heirloom Apple Pie is one of my specialties in that arena. Also worth noting that our first date will probably be at Cane Rosso, because no one in Dallas knows how to make a pizza like Cane Rosso does. I've also considered converting to the religion of Off-Site Kitchen, the best sandwich/burger shop I could ever have imagined. It's a rare sight to see me at a chain.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
1: My Computer.
2: A good set of pots and pans.
3: Good quality ingredients to cook in the aforementioned pots and pans.
4: Access to political news
5: Someone to talk to
6: Someone to cook with
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Food, Politics, what comes next.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Shopping for food to cook on Saturday, and/or singing along loudly and poorly to the dulcet tones of Tracy Lawrence.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I was born completely deaf in my right ear. I can hear fine, but friends need to stay on my left side, and I have no sense of direction when someone calls my name. I have to spin around until I see them.

I've never been in a relationship that's lasted more than 3 weeks. Pathetic, I know. But when I was about as far from the popular crowd in high school as possible and abstinent in a heavily Greek college, and when most of my free time at SMU was spent at The Daily Campus where I'd never consider dating an employee for obvious reasons, hopefully this becomes a bit more understandable.
You should message me if
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You want to try my cooking.