People often think of me as Yoda. But instead of being small and
green, I wear suits and am awesome. True story. (haha, this is um a
quote from Barney in How I Met Your Mother, just being ridiculous
lol). Oh and the only reason I'm in a suit in one of my pics is
because its one of the only pics I have of just me without friends
in them. I don't really take pictures of just me with my phone in
the bathroom like so many people online lol.
I am fun, easy going, charitable, funny, and, definitely most of
I'm looking for someone that is similar to me and laid back. I like
to have fun and meet new people in the Houston area as I just
recently moved here to explore the city with.
I think my most positive attribute is that I can make most people
laugh almost at any time. I am an attorney and teach
immigration/asylum/human rights-related law as well as have my own
law firm. At the same time, although my work is intense, I am a
very laid back person who gets along with almost anyone. I like to
be active and play sports and go to concerts (I'm a huge music fan
of all sorts) as well as just have those times where I put
everything on hold and just melt with someone on an individual
Oh and if there is such a thing, I guess I'm a Texan Indian. I was
born in DFW, but only been in Houston for a little over a year.
What I’m doing with my life
saving lives, no big deal.
I’m really good at
volleyball, sports generally, making beautiful women laugh.
The first things people usually notice about me
law professor, human rights lawyer, want to be philantrophist,
pretend rockstar on rockband, theater projector owner, sarcastic
yet gentlemenly, witty, and easy going
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
How I Met Your Mother!!
Love all kinds of music, lately laid back music like jack
johnson/ben harper and some rap (I know, the two don't go together
haha). As for books, I hate to sound like the typical law prof, but
too many to mention. Stand-up comedy shows are much overdue, and
not to sound like a typical Indian because I'm not but Indian food
The six things I could never do without
(1) a convertible - freedom which is never defined is the wind
blowing in your face at 80 miles an hour - there, defined it for
you. You're welcome haha (2) getting to the beach once a year (3)
phone (4) unfortunately, a computer (5) my family (6) my good
I spend a lot of time thinking about
doing somewhat ridiculous things. Hey, don't judge me. Nothing ever
changes unless people push the envelope and take risks.
On a typical Friday night I am
Nothing's ever typical about my nights.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
that I've just today in 2013 joined okaycupid haha.
You should message me if
you're super fun to hang out with. Love to laugh, explore new
places in Houston and hang out with bad ass untypical Indian's.