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48 M Kokomo, IN

My Details

Last Online
Jun 5, 2013
5′ 9″ (1.75m)
Body Type
Agnosticism, but not too serious about it
Leo, but it doesn’t matter
Graduated from university
Rather not say
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Has a kid, and might want more
Likes dogs and has cats
English (Fluently), Spanish (Okay)

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My self-summary
Instead of just writing a bunch of stuff about myself, I decided to make a little quiz to see if we’re compatible (yeah, I know, ANOTHER quiz—sorry about that, but I think you may enjoy it). Answers are at the bottom.

1) Your 3 year old son is throwing a tantrum in the supermarket. You’ve tried being reasonable but he’s not having any of that. You:
A. Plead with him to stop.
B. Yell at him to stop.
C. Calmly walk into the next aisle (letting him see you) and continue shopping.
D. Cuff him across the head and call him a moron.

(OK, have to stop right here. If you answered B or D (especially D) to this question, do NOT contact me—we will not get along. Goodbye, and thank you for playing. Everyone else, please continue.)

2) You are driving (or walking) and see a large puddle up ahead. There are no pedestrians around it. You:
A. Avoid it.
B. Slow down and try not to splash.
C. Go for it and make the biggest splash possible.
D. Worry about how your car (or you) will get dirty.

3) You are driving and want to change lanes. You:
A. Change lanes without looking or signaling.
B. Look and change lanes at the same time.
C. Put your signal on, wait for a few seconds, look and make sure no one is there, then change lanes.
D. Signal and move at the same time.

4) Complete the blanks in this sentence. “____ right—_____ a shame that _____ not coming to the party; _____ costumes are always great and _____ other guests would love it.”
A. Your, it’s, their, there, your
B. You’re, its, there, their, you’re
C. You’re, it’s, they’re, their, your
D. Your, its, there, they’re, you’re

5) You are singing along to the radio in your car. Someone on the sidewalk or in another car sees you and gives you a disapproving look. You:
A. Stop singing.
B. Stop singing and give an apologetic grin.
C. Give them a friendly wave, turn the radio up, and sing louder.
D. Give them a nasty hand gesture.

6) Reading is:
A. Boring.
B. For wimps, nerds, and other social outcasts.
C. Fundamental.
D. Forget the words and give me pictures.

7) Choose the correct pronunciation of the following set of words: cache of fortes.
A. Cash ov for-tays
B. Cash-ay ov for-tays
C. Cash-ay ov forts
D. Cash ov forts

8) You have just purchased something in a store and are walking back to your car, several aisles over in the parking lot. You:
A. Walk directly there on the shortest path possible, crosswise through the traffic lanes, ignoring everything around you, assuming that you have the right of way at all times.
B. Walk directly down the middle of any traffic lanes, because you’re the most important thing in the world, and find your car in the nearest handicapped spot.
C. Look before you walk into the parking lot, cross traffic lanes at close-to-right angles and whenever possible when other people are crossing, and stay to the side like you would if you were a pedestrian.
D. Go over to your car that you had parked in the fire lane the whole time you were shopping.

Answer Key
The correct answer to every question is C. I have been told that there is another correct answer to question 1, which I will also gladly accept: E. Give him a superman (fly him on your shoulder or by the seat of his pants) until he calms down.

If you got some of them right, especially questions 4 and 7, please, send me an email—I’d really like to meet you!
What I’m doing with my life
I've been doing IT for 15 years--it's always a challenge, and I find new things to discover all the time. My son is 9, and just a great kid. (yeah, I know, parental bias, right? You can decide if you meet him.) Right now I'm working on raising him and keeping my life in a stable place.
I’m really good at
Puzzles and games--anything with a challenge, sports, whatever. Oh, also backrubs.
The first things people usually notice about me
Usually, it's that I'm quiet. Then once we get to know each other they see the goofy side. I have a sarcastic sense of humor, off-the-wall, absurd--I'm a big fan of The Far Side and Calvin and Hobbes (if that comment dates me, tough--you're not as funny as they are). Also, I am a stickler for the English language, in all my full-blown, grammar-correcting, spell-checking, pronunciation-altering glory.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
books--Dune (or anything Frank Herbert), Zen and the Art of Motorycle Maintenance, anything by Orson Scott Card, Stephen R. Donaldson, or Patrick Rothfuss, anything science-related; movies--The Matrix series, LOTR, anything sci-fi, anything martial arts, 80's comedies (John Hughes rules), Hitch; music--Yes, Queen, Billy Joel, Rush, Jethro Tull, LedZeppelin, The Who, Howard Jones, Level 42, The Nylons; food--anything.
The six things I could never do without
My son
Smart people to hang around with
Video games
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Decisions I've made, and ones that I need to make. Things people said, and what I said back, and what I should have said but that I didn't think of at the time but was much cooler...
On a typical Friday night I am
Usually at home with my son.
I’m looking for
  • Girls who like guys
  • Ages 34–49
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating
You should message me if
You're a woman who can be goofy when she wants to be, who can make me laugh, who’s interesting to talk to, and comfortable to be around. Someone that takes care of her responsibilities, but doesn’t take herself too seriously, and knows how to unwind. And who can put up with me :) Or if you're really stressed and you need a good backrub.