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32 • Dallas, TX • Man
I’m looking for
- Ages 22–33
- Near me
- Who are single
- For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating
- Last online
- Today – 5:31pm
- Hispanic / Latin
- 5′ 9″ (1.75m)
- Body type
- Mostly anything
- Agnosticism, but not too serious about it
- Aries, and it’s fun to think about
- Graduated from university
- Banking / Finance
- Likes dogs and likes cats
- English (Fluently), Spanish (Fluently)
"Sucking at something is the first step to becoming sorta good at something" (Extra points if you know where it's from)
With that in mind I'm someone that tends to throw himself at almost any activity, regardless of my actual initial skill. That's how I taken up yoga, running, tennis and soccer, swing dancing , rock climbing and pretty much any activity that seems fun, challenging or just different. When I'm not staying physically active I tend to be socially active, so that means happy hours with friends, checking out random restaurants (Cosmic Cafe is an always favorite), board game nights (Agricola, Alehambra, CAH, etc) and now that it's open frequenting the Alamo Drafthouse as much as possible.
A lot of my passion and work in my life currently goes towards running a pretty active meetup group. I gives me an excuse to try everything from fencing to cooking classes, keeps me socially and physically active but more importantly I met some of the best people through it.
Also making new friends. After all, a stranger is just a friend you haven't made yet!
Physically, my calves. Running and climbing have shaped them into objects of praise..which truthfully is still kind of weird.
Movies: The short answer is that if they're showing it at The Alamo Drafthouse (which I been to plenty of times already) I'll probably enjoy it.
Books: I been starting to read more often again and actually started a book club, so I been reading lots of different stuff. So far I read Gaiman 's. The Ocean at the End of the Lane, Voices from Texas Death Row and Gone Girl. I just finished Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy (yeah, behind the times) and loved it. Currently reading The Martian.
Shows: I don't have too much time to catch up on tv but I always make a point to watch Venture Brothers, Bob Burgers, Walking Dead. Community has been fantastic once again this year and I been enjoying Brooklyn Nine Nine. Smart and absurd is my favorite combination.
Music: Confession time: Music has never struck a chord with me (See what I did there?) Oh I listen to plenty, usually rock or anything with a good guitar riff and have a few favorite artists (Slash, K'Naan, Kirby Krackle, Adam Warrock) but if you would ask me to list a favorite song I would be lost. Upside is that I'm usually open to checking out any new music, so feel free to recommend some.
Podcasts are also pretty big for me. Serial has become my weekly must listen...even if at this point I don't know what to believe. Koening may as well have done it for all I know. My Brother, My Brother and Me, Car Talk, This American Life (really most of NPR offering), Doug loves movies, Smodcast, Giantbombcast...I listen to a fair share of them.
1)Someone to belay me while climbing (I been bouldering more often so this is less of a necessity.)
2)Shoes other than my work shoes (running, climbing)
3)An interesting board game
4)A good stout beer
Recently I been mulling gender politics and portrayals in the media I consume. It's disheartening to realize that things I genuinely enjoy are also having detrimental effects on our culture.
Also why people only refer to social justice warriors. Where the healers? Warlocks? Paladins?!
Visiting a local dive bar
Heading to a comic shop for happy hour and concert
Stayed in and caught up on The Walking Dead
I just recently binged watched my first Netflix show. It was quite the experience.
If you won the lottery (like a crazy amount, say 250 million) what works your first impulse buy be? We're taking before the investments/posting off debts/buying parents home.
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