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30 M Flushing, NY

My Details

Last Online
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6′ 0″ (1.83m)
Body Type
Mostly anything
When drinking
Atheism, and laughing about it
Sagittarius, and it’s fun to think about
Working on Ph.D program
Science / Engineering
Relationship Status
Open relationship
Relationship Type
Mostly non-monogamous
Doesn’t have kids, and doesn’t want any
English (Fluently), Italian (Okay), Spanish (Poorly)

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My self-summary
Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
My Google searches between 5/20/13 and 1/10/14:
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Bioware careers
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brindle greyhound [image search]
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Colette Patterns
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contention interrogatories
Cort Theater
CUNY employee transit benefit [why they never told me I was eligible for this when hired is a point of contention]
CUNY First
custom paper coffee cups and lids
dapper bears tumblr
dashboard design
diphalia [not an image search]
disapproval face
DIY dehumidifier
Elsevier publication guidelines
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farther vs. further
Fishbone concert
fit to a T origin
font design
font trends 2014
free font download
furry fandom [lol wut]
giant table and chairs
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Hitachi wand
how to burn words on wood
how to sew button holes
how to sew faux fur
how to sew zippers
Illuminati wiki
I/O psych textbook
Italian wall lizard [ask me why, it's a bit odd]
Jennifer Lawrence
JetBlue flights cancelled
journal impact factor
Judge Rotenburg Center
King Charles spaniel mix [image search]
laconic definition
L&D meaning job
Lincoln Center festival
Macklemore hair
Nick Wooster
NYC lizards
Orange is the New Black
Paddington Bear [*swoon*]
personality test online
Rate My Professors
Reddit poetry
right click open link new tab Chrome [this feature is life-changing]
Ron Swanson dance
Ruby Warrior [awesome]
Sackboy [image search]
Sleep No More tickets
Southwest Airlines
Survey Monkey
The Pirate Bay
Tiny url
Tiny pic
Tumblr [about a million variations]
überlube [the last sentence of this article is golden]
unroot iPhone
Urban Dictionary
user research MA salary
USPS locations
Victoria's Secret [ಠ_ಠ]
Vicki Arnold tutorial
weather today
what the fuck should I make for dinner?
what to do when you lose your cell phone
why doesn't Google Hangout support invisible?
world record data transfer speed
world record wireless data transfer speed
Yoga to the People
XBox bundle
Zoc Doc

I tend to check out dogs and bikes more frequently than I check out women. Take that as you will.
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
Going to grad school and teaching college kids. Slowly plodding my way towards world domina...I mean a job.

I hit the books hard and spend a lot of time in my windowless lab.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
deciphering autocorrected text, making graphs, playing poker, omitting gendered pronouns, fixing and building things, generally being handy.

Also, workcrastinating: avoiding high-priority but low-preference work by completing low-priority, high-preference work.

I'm really bad at
navigating the subway. I used to think I was smart.
The first things people usually notice about me
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
That my eyes are green and blue, "like the marble floor of a really fancy bank" and my hair is neither blonde nor brown, "but more like burnished iron."

So, apparently I look like a building.

And I naturally smell like sugar cookies.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Help your potential matches find common interests.
Books: Exclusively grocery-store paper back novellas, and only the jacket covers.

Music: Most of the 30 gigs of music on my phone is too embarrassing to list here. I'm going to go publicly answer a bunch of sex questions now...

Movies/Shows: Dark comedy, rebellion-based space westerns, and anything with a law-breaking protagonist; e.g., Hannibal, Breaking Bad, Dexter, White Collar, Archer, etc. If you don't like Harold and Maude, we can't be friends.

Food: Most anything edible (and some things inedible).
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
the internet
grocery delivery
my laptop
my phone, a spare battery, and charger

I can has counting.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Devious applications of science that was originally conducted for good.

How to integrate punctuation with emoticons; e.g., (;)).

Why my brand new tablet auto-capitalizes "internet".

Which is my favorite portmanteau, when it will be replaced, and by what.

If I was were an assassin, what would I put as my job in my profile?

The subjunctive tense, grammar, conjugation, and other ways to sound smarter than I am.

How I could make our first date even more awkward.

How awkward it would be if I unwittingly messaged one of my students on here.

How OkCupid got me so wrong, and what I did to deserve it. I'm really not arrogant, I'm brilliant. There's a difference.

Whether it's fair to like someone just because s/he reminds you of an unrequited love.

Whether the majority of profiles on here are scammers, identity thieves, and government bots cataloging my various responses to personal questions.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
chillin, studying, writing for school, or trying not to fall madly in love

dramatically reenacting high school literature with Haribo Gold-Bears

oh, and apparently tearing up over Cheerios commercials and other ridiculous content (e.g., Die Hard, the Matrix, Breaking bad). wtf tear ducts.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
I sleep with one leg on top of the covers.

I've never been satisfied with a pillow.

Despite these peccadilloes, I'm actually a very sound sleeper.

Update: After a recent Amazon shopping spree I now have seven pillows on my bed, one of which is was satisfactory, but even that one has gone flat. is mine, and mentioning it above was a shameless plug.
I’m looking for
  • Girls who like guys
  • Ages 18–81
  • Near me
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating
You should message me if
Offer a few tips to help matches win you over.
you don't want a boyfriend, but you like to swoon. I'm in a long-distance open relationship, and you should be cool with it. So, basically.

you want extra points. I like assertiveness and dislike traditional gender roles so much that after getting that come hither look in a bar, I just sit tight and wait. And wait, and wait. Because women rarely approach me. It's okay, though; it's totally worth it.

you can suggest a tattoo parlor.

Extra points if

you like talking shop and have a cool or interesting job you enjoy, because I'd love to hear about it.

you're feminist, intellectual, tall and/or have lots of tattoos and strong opinions. It'd be convenient if you were a night owl the likes of which daylight has never seen.

And extra extra extra points if you've never, ever made a duck face (I know this doesn't apply to most of you, but if you have other redeeming qualities not listed here, you can lie and take the points and come clean after I see for myself how cool you are; however, there's a good chance I'll shake my head waving my hands shouting "TOO SOON, TOO SOON LALALALA" and make you feel disproportionately bad about it).

you want to meet to do something, typical or not, like:

get coffee or drinks,
go for a bike ride,
teach me something cool, like programming or how to solve a Rubik's cube,
play with random dogs at the dog park (or your dog, if you have one),
go to the beach,
go kayaking
get decked out for dive bar hopping,
stay out all night and drink beer with "breakfast",
go fabric shopping (I'm learning how to sew),
or just sit around snuggling and eating cheese over Netflix,
or something else by your suggestion. :)

Seriously, though, someone teach me to solve a Rubik's cube. I'm tired of asking. I've scheduled four dates with three different women who claimed to know how, and they all canceled. Are Rubik's cube skills correlated with flakiness? Were they lying and didn't want to admit it? Am I not nerdy enough for internet dating? I'm prettyfucking nerdy, imho.