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31 Los Angeles, CA Man


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  • Ages 21–34
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My Details

Last Online
Feb 23
6′ 2″ (1.88m)
Body Type
Strictly halal
Not at all
Cancer, and it matters a lot
Graduated from university
Art / Music / Writing
Likes dogs and dislikes cats
English, Sign Language

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My self-summary
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I feel like these are just an opportunity to back-door brag about oneself, and that makes me feel weird, so I'm going to let my best friend Ryan Gosling write this for me;
Hey, this is Ryan Gosling, writing in behalf of my best friend, Brandon. Where to begin, I mean... he's everything to me. I owe him for where I am today. He's the one that not only told me to get into acting, but has coached me on every role I've played. Remember the Notebook? Well I was struggling to grasp the character and I'll never forget what Brandon said to me; he said, "Ryan. Be passionate and get rained on sometimes." Boom. He was right. Box office magic. Remember when I take my shirt off in 'Crazy, Stupid, Love'? No, Brandon was not my body double... he refused, but I was feeling insecure about it and he told me, "No Ryan. I will not just give you a fish to feed you for a day (by being your body double)... I'm going to train you until your body looks like mine." Boom. That was ME in that shot. Not Brandon. Me. He did it. He got my body almost identical to his. Alright, Brandon is gonna kill me for telling you all of this, but I just want people to know the impact he's had on me. He's the best. Heck, I'd date him! He hates when I say that, lol. Anyways, I just... I just love him. That's all.
- Love Ryan Gosling
What I’m doing with my life
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I'm actually thinking about going back to school. Not for a masters or PhD but like the way Adam Sandler did it in Billy Madison... doing all the grades over. That seemed like a fun idea, and he made some friends along the way.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Being poor. Some people are bad at it, and they become gross and loud. I am usually able to cover up my poorness by saying things like, "no, get anything on the menu you'd like, don't worry about it. How about chips and artichoke dip? You don't want that? Have you tried it? Let's get it, it's delicious. I highly recommend it. No? Look, we are splitting chips and artichoke dip, got it!? It IS enough! It is. It's all you can eat chips. It's plenty. Fill up, because we don't want to leave room for dessert, or entrees." Stuff like that.
The first things people usually notice about me
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Probably that when I was younger my favorite game was dodgeball on the trampoline. Or... my butt.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Books: not to sound like some pompous jerk or anything but you give me pretty much ANY classic, sit me in front of a cozy fireplace, and I will just... be asleep instantly. And when I do finish whatever book I will probably say, "I mean it was fine, but a CLASSIC?" Movies: The classics. And any sort of Noir. Love some Noir. Shows: TV noir. Music: usually just soundtracks from film noir. Food: you know, the classics. And corn on the cob. Is that a classic yet? It will be. It's so good!
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
1. Well the first thing I would obviously wish for more wishes.
2. cell phones. Otherwise I'd have to make eye contact with humans and use mouth words for interactions and my own expressions for feelings instead of emojis. No thanks.
3. Toddlers and Tiaras. Too many parents these days just let their kids simply do whatever they want. No ambition. They don't care at all about putting them into beauty pageants. It's sad.
4. candy
5. Corn on the cob. Classic.
6. I'm torn, because I want to say family but...ahhhh chinchilla coats! (Family would be #7.)
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
This game we call Life. Technically I guess it's the game Hasbro calls Life. And how that game taught me that it's almost always better to go straight to career than do college. Insurance rarely was worth it because I never landed on the tornado wrecked your house space anyways. Getting married just slowed ya down. And paying tolls is super annoying. That game taught me everything I know about life.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
... couldn't tell ya, cuz I won't remember! Right!? Woo! Spring break! Gimme druuuugs!! Someone high five me!! Where's my uber!
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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Okay, THIS type of question is why I hate these things. This question is so leading. It is a blatant attempt to PRY out of people whether they have HIV or not. I will not answer this. Message my inbox if you want to know.
You should message me if
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you want someone who can just like... be chill, ya know? But also can be serious and pragmatic. But notwithstanding the fact he isn't afraid to chill out at times too. And if you want someone who can treat you right... but not like he's a wuss ya know? Like I will treat you wrong sometimes too, but then make it right eventually by being chill about it, because as mentioned a little bit ago I have that trait. Is being chill a trait? See just asking that is showing my pragmatism. So... you pretty much get the full spectrum with me.