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Zacherator

28 M Mentor, OH

I’m looking for

  • Girls who like guys
  • Ages 24–31
  • Near me
  • For new friends, long-term dating

My Details

Last Online
Yesterday – 1:18pm
Orientation
Straight
Ethnicity
White
Height
5′ 10″ (1.78m)
Body Type
A little extra
Diet
Strictly anything
Smokes
No
Drinks
Socially
Drugs
Never
Religion
Atheism, and laughing about it
Sign
Sagittarius
Education
Graduated from university
Job
Science / Engineering
Income
$60,000–$70,000
Relationship Status
Single
Relationship Type
Monogamous
Offspring
Doesn’t have kids, but wants them
Pets
Likes dogs and likes cats
Speaks
English (Fluently)

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My self-summary
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I consider myself a collection of experiences, a jack of all trades; I know a little bit about a lot of things. If I haven't done it, I'll give it a shot. I make new friends easily, but only keep the good ones around. I like hikes and the sounds of crickets when I go to sleep, I'm a fresh air fiend.

I watch TV series in marathon form so I can really catch on to the story. I listen to audiobooks while I'm driving long distances and local radio stations when driving short distances - sometimes I turn up the bass, sometimes I sing along to old songs when by myself (I can also whistle).

I'm muscular, but this beer belly persists: genetics, bah! I've only broken one bone ever, my collarbone and that was in a silly dirtbike accident. Still hasn't kept me off it though. I keep books in the bathroom instead of magazines, usually something interesting from the dollar store (mythology, this old house, Kafka, the Watchmen).

I'm great at talking to people but slow to make new friends. It's easy for me to keep a conversation going by myself, but very boring (I'm going to leave asap if this happens). A little competition goes a long way: tell me I can't finish something on time and I'll probably race to get it done. Guys at work call me Wiki-Zach due to my strange tidbits of information.

As a warning, my sarcasm comes off very dry. If only I could learn to use it to my advantage...
What I’m doing with my life
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Enjoying my job in R&D. Waiting for a new house to appear (correction: new house achieved). Trying to balance my fridge (diet) for the week: I usually end up with leftover carrots...

I'm finding more and more time to get out and explore the area. Golfing, visiting the lakeshore at sunset, going bowling again (I'm terrible at it). On my to-do lists are visiting museums, a few concerts, and learning more about canning food (I just made a few batches of blueberry jam because it's delicious. edit: I'm terrible at making jam. I might stick to pickled peppers instead! much more delicious and more difficult to screw up!)
I’m really good at
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knowing something about that. I know a little bit about a lot. I surprise myself sometimes! My dad and brother are handymen and a car guy, and I'm an engineer and near-scientist so I think I have most of the bases covered.

Oh yeah, remembering silly things people tell me. Coworker told me about a peg on his porch being upside down once, months later I made sure to look for it when I visited.
The first things people usually notice about me
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I talk a lot about nothing. I didn't speak until I was 5 so I missed a lot of those "timing required" skills, like how to use the punchline in a joke. I don't think I'm good at telling jokes, but people still laugh when I talk -- hrrmmmm...
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Books: fantasy/scifi/adventure books. My Faves bookshelf is as follows: The Watchmen, 101 Insects (did I mention I know a lot of esoteric facts?), Engineering Dynamics, MENSA puzzles, The Hobbit and LOTR trilogy (1980s version), a pink flamingo, How Things Work, and This Old House. Also: Kafka, HP Lovecraft, mythology and interpersonal skill books.

Movies: my favorites are summed up best with Kurt Russell or Dan Akroyd. Also: Jurassic Park, Disney movies, Robin Williams, all sorts of 80s movies are all fair game. I have bad hearing sometimes so foreign movies with subtitles are also a GO (Science of Sleep, Amelie). Action movies are good, and so are most sci-fi. Especially Sci-fi/fantasy mash-ups like The Prestige

TV Shows: I don't have cable TV now but when I do I watch Storage Wars, American Pickers, animal planet. Old TV shows I watch: Junkyard Wars, Reboot, Transformers (cartoon), and Tom&Jerry. New shows I download: Breaking Bad, Archer, 30 Rock, Firefly, Battlestar Galactica, Documentaries, Adventure Time (cartoon) and so on. I've also watched a lot of anime.

Music: I have a 5mile commute to work. It's great. I've stopped listening to audiobooks though and picked up downloaded music and radio again. My musical taste is huge, in order I would classify my favorite listening preferences as: 60s/70s oldies rock, metal (many genres!!), 90s alternative, and then classic 80s. Though I listen to everything from classical (eg vivaldi, bach) to rap (eg dr dre and snoop) to country (jerry reed to what's his name) to electronica (daft punk, skrillex, etc) in between.

Food:
Olives are gross. Yuck. Anything else is good with me, favoring sushi, german, and italian. Some awesome meals I've made for myself: Salmon with bearnaise sauce, pastrami with a jalapeno mustard, homemade strawberry or blueberry jam and greek yogurt, apple chicken sausage on the grill, and yes... even spaghetti. I got a dehydrator from the flea market and am trying it now.
Except for olives, I haven't found anything (as an adult) I wouldn't care to have again.
The six things I could never do without
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bed, car, computer, grill, a good pair of shoes, my circa 1989 keyboard that goes clacka-clacka-clack
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Physics: engineering school ruined special effects. Forever.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I used to try and color coordinate based on sports team colors.
You should message me if
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know what the secondary colors are, can play/tolerate board games, have cooked your own dinner past mac'n'cheese, don't rely on me 100% of the time for conversation topics, can put the phone away for a bite to eat/coffee together.