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  • Ages 22–40
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  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating

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6′ 2″ (1.88m)
Graduated from university
Open relationship
My self-summary
Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
__OK, so I'm wondering what to write, so I turn to George, and I say, "Hey, George, can you help me put together a good profile for this dating website?"
__"Sure," he replies sleepily, and licks his chops. In a moment, his eyes are on me and he looks focused.
__"Thanks, George! I knew you'd be helpful." I wait patiently for George to gather his thoughts.
__He clears his throat. " Ahem, OK. So to start, What do you love to do?"
__"Good question! Ummm... I love to play music and games and cook food socially... I love teaching music and theater to kids. Oh, and I really enjoy writing. I write songs and stories."
__"That's great," George says. "Put that down. Humans love their stories."
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Help your potential matches find common interests.
__George rolls onto his back and wiggles from side to side, scratching an itch. I'm having a hard time thinking of what to write for music, since there's so much that I love and it's pretty much all I ever think about. I ask George, "What are you listening to these days?"
__"Oh man, lots of stuff: Pup-Punk, Doggae, Electronic Dance Meowsic, Yip-Hop, ... a bunch of other stuff too."
__"Cool, any particular artists?"
__"Um, Dogtor Dre, Jenny Pup, Ratacat, Rilo Wile E, BoneYards, Wolf Wolf Wolf, ... umm. It's kind of hard to think of stuff on the spot."
__ He looks at me a little sheepishly. "Honestly dude, not to be like, a dick or anything... but most of the time, I'm listening to frequencies you can't even hear."
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
__ We're sitting together quietly and George is looking at profiles. Suddenly, he goes, "Hey! You should take a picture with no shirt, so that women can evaluate your pectoral and abdominal muscles. If you stand in front of a mirror, you can take the picture yourself! I'd take it for you, but... you know." He looks down at his paws in quiet frustration.
__I give him a pat on the head. "We'll see, George."
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
__"Tell me a funny story that happened during your work with human children," George challenges, snuggling into the crook of my knee.
__"Um, one time for a poetry prompt I said to this kid, 'What lives inside your heart when you're angry?' And no hesitation, she goes, 'Five jaguars, rippin' up bread.'"
__ George's eyes widen. "The Jaguar Princess," he says softly. "Just as the prophecy foretold..."