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35 M Lynnwood, WA

My Details

Last Online
Apr 16
6′ 3″ (1.91m)
Body Type
Strictly anything
Trying to quit
Other, and laughing about it
Sagittarius, but it doesn’t matter
Graduated from university
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Doesn’t have kids, but wants them
Has dogs and likes cats
English (Fluently), French (Poorly)

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My self-summary
About me:

If I see a picture of you rock climbing or climbing a cliff I will run the other way as fast as my internet legs will carry me. I don't do heights.

I subscribe to apatheism insofar as religion is concerned. Or the flying spaghetti monster. Those options weren't available for the My Details section. If I ever have a kid I hope that they can somehow parlay one of those two into a scholarship.

I'm currently in my long-haired iteration (see: the pictures of me in a yellow shirt). If you like shorter hair you'll have to wait a few months. I need to let the tan lines on my face dissipate. Also, try to see past the ridiculous mustache and the sweat.

I can reach the top shelf with ease. People that can take care of the business on the bottom shelf are my favorite.

I don't need a lot of goings on in order to remain entertained. Books are my zen. However, I love attending any sort of live performance (sports, music, plays, ballet [yes, even ballet], etc).

I like people that laugh a lot. Especially people that laugh at my jokes and/or antics and/or knack for a timely faux pas. But who doesn't?

Animal lovers move to the top of my list. If you don't like animals we probably are not tandem material. I have two dogs (a german shepherd/blue heeler mix and a chow) who think I'm the ish. They like beef jerky or anything that falls on the ground, even if it's inedible. FYI

I have one main rule. It's the "Please don't put mayonnaise on his sandwich" rule. I hate mayonnaise with a passion. Seriously. I had a friend that tried to trick me into eating it one time. Note how "had" is past tense.

I last smoked a cigarette on 08/24/2013. I keep quitting and re-quitting. And sometimes backsliding for a night or two.

I love hot yoga. It reminds me of giving plasma. Except hot yoga has a better atmosphere and prettier people.

About you:

You don't suck. In fact, you're pretty awesome. What's more, you know it.

You might detest run-on paragraphs. If that's the case, you might also hate the book Ulysses. If that's the case then we have at least one thing in common.

You might almost like music too much. Your friends may have already had a music intervention.

You might have an opinion. And then you might support your opinion with facts. And then you might totally eviscerate my argument and make me rethink my whole worldview. And I might be like, "Cool."

You're in moderate to good shape. I spend time keeping in shape and so should everyone else. In the world.

You don't mind that I almost won a spelling bee once. Or that I still reference it on occasion.

Animals make you happy, even the ones that have terrible breath.

And so on...
What I’m doing with my life
Work, music, yoga, reading, plotting and scheming. Generally in that order.
I’m really good at
Singing, reading, eating Tim's Cascade jalapeno chips, taking tests, driving, eating parmesan cheese, avoiding television (except during [American] football season), being quiet, eating beef jerky 'til my jaw hurts, finding the sweet spot on a dog and/or cat, waking up at 4 AM and not falling back to sleep, taking my dogs to the dog park, fighting back a yawn, being tall.
The first things people usually notice about me
My wicked awesome dance moves. And maybe that my shirt is too small.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Any kind of live music is any kind of okay with me. I once went to a live show for the Yahoo! yodeler. It was epic. Seriously epic.

I majored in English literature and history, therefore I read constantly and it's impossible for me to pick any one favorite book. The contents of my book shelf will make most other book nerds say things like, "This guy is okay in my book." And then we will most likely high five because most book people like puns. Especially bad puns.

I like all kinds of food. I wouldn't necessarily say that I'm extremely adventurous, but I'll try most anything once if for no other reason than to cross it off the list. But mayonnaise (even you, aioli!) can eat a dick. And if the eyes are still in what I'm about to eat I'm not about to eat it. If you make me think too hard about where my meat came from I will seriously consider becoming vegetarian. But only until I smell bacon.

Movies = sure. TV shows = only without commercials.
The six things I could never do without
Aside from the most obvious of people and things:

1) Dogs
2) Musics
3) Books
4) Proper spellings/grammars
5) Things/stuffs
6) Summers
P.S. - Postscripts (and parenthetical statements [especially parenthetical statements within parenthetical statements {no, seriously}])
I spend a lot of time thinking about
My dogs. Not smoking. Hot yoga. Foreign credentials. Lyrics. Books I'm reading. Books I've read. Books I want to read. Buying a new bed. Sunshine. Commercials I saw years ago.
On a typical Friday night I am
On Fridays I usually go to yoga and then I'm either looking for a show or staying in and reading/working on music.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I practice my dance moves in front of a mirror. I like microwave burritos. I sometimes watch Fox news just so I can get all politically riled up. My life's goal is to be a silver fox.

Oh wait... you asked for most private thing.
I’m looking for
  • Straight girls only
  • Ages 27–35
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating
You should message me if
If you hate mayonnaise. Or like going to live music. Or go to sleep late and wake up early. Or like to scoff. Or want to take salsa lessons. Or want to arm wrestle. Or you fight the good fight. Or are 99% my enemy according to okcupid's algorithms and want to see if we could actually hate each other that much. Or if you want to, I suppose.