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Xoich

30 M Santa Monica, CA

My Details

Last Online
Yesterday – 7:01pm
Orientation
Straight
Ethnicity
White
Height
6′ 2″ (1.88m)
Body Type
Fit
Diet
Smokes
No
Drinks
Socially
Drugs
Religion
Judaism
Sign
Gemini
Education
Graduated from university
Job
Art / Music / Writing
Income
Relationship Status
Single
Relationship Type
Offspring
Doesn’t have kids
Pets
Speaks
English

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My self-summary
I prefer to see the glass as half-full. Always. Even if it's completely full.

I say yes to a lot of things when I should probably say no. I work as a TV writer so, as long as I don't die or wind up in jail, there's no downside. If everything goes to shit, at least I'll have a good story.

When people ask if I like New York (where I'm from) better than I like Los Angeles (where I've lived for the past 7+ years), I tell them that I like being in LA but I love being from NY. I'm pretty laid back and easy-going on the sidewalk but don't cut me off on the road...

What else...?

I don't think people should talk shit about their friends behind their backs. I think they should do it to their faces. At least that way you're being constructive.

I used to think outside the box. But these days it seems like everyone does that. So now I think inside the box. Just to be different.

I like to go into a restaurant for the first time and order "the usual." You know, to see what happens.

I really like the expression "Don't be a stranger." Sometimes, on the street, I'll say it to strangers. And sometimes, if I'm really feeling good about myself, I'll say it with a really stern look on my face.

I'll always admit when I'm wrong. But I'm never wrong.
What I’m doing with my life
I've been in the TV-writing business for the past few years, having written for shows on FX and MTV. I'm currently writing/producing a TV show that will be available on Hulu Plus in April 2014 -- which means my parents will finally have to learn how to use the internet. It also means I can say things like "I'm living the dream" even though I've never actually had dreams about writing for television. Usually my dreams are about dragons or teeth falling out or other weird/erotic shit that I'm certainly not living.
I’m really good at
Fast-forwarding through the commercials of TV shows I've tivo'd. You gotta know when to go with the three arrows and when to go with the four. Sometimes the network will try to trick you by showing scenes from the show you're watching but, when you hit play, it's just a commercial for the DVD of the show's previous season. But you also don't wanna get cocky and wind up so deep into the show's next act that you spoil it and have to look away while you excessively hit the "Back 30 Seconds" button, to the point where you would have actually SAVED time by not fast-forwarding at all.

I'm also very good at finding parking spaces.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Why does an infomercial feel the need to specify that if I act now I receive a "free gift"? Aren't all gifts free? Isn't that the inherent nature of a gift?

What would happen if two documentary filmmakers made a documentary about each other...at the same time?

Why do people say "I slept like a baby last night" like it's a good thing? If you slept like a baby, you'd be waking up every two hours, hysterically crying for absolutely no reason.

Where the hell did Dr. Seuss get his doctorate? Did he actually make it all the way through medical school only to start writing children's books?

Why is it that whenever you buy new scissors, it's impossible to open the sealed plastic packaging? Is that some sort of sick joke?

You know the little plastic tips on the end of shoelaces? Those are called "aglets." Someone had to come up with a name for that shit and they came up with "aglets."

On new years eve, in the year 1 B.C., do you think people were like "Man, I can't wait to finally find out what the hell we've been counting down towards"?
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
One time, I orgasmed sarcastically.
I’m looking for
  • Girls who like guys
  • Ages 22–30
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating
You should message me if
...you want to hear from me. I will very rarely write to someone first on this website because I know a lot of you girls get, like, a shit ton of messages every day and most of them are gross and you probably wouldn't have time to read all of them even if they weren't. In real life, I will almost always make the first move-- no problem. But on OKC, it's much better if you reach out to me first. Just sayin.