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33 M Akron, OH

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Last Online
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5′ 7″ (1.70m)
Body Type
Mostly anything
Catholicism, but not too serious about it
Virgo, but it doesn’t matter
Graduated from med school
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Likes dogs and dislikes cats
English (Fluently)

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My self-summary
My name is David. I grew up just south of Akron, moved to Virginia to finish my training (2008-2010), and then moved back to Ohio (to the West Akron/Montrose area) to be close to family/friends again (still close with my parents, but I DO NOT LIVE WITH THEM; also, I have several close friends in the area that I have literally known since first grade). A good job didn't hurt, either.

I enjoy travelling (but didn't really start until about 10 years ago). My favorite place in the continental United States would have to be San Diego, and thankfully I get to go back this October, as there is a conference there. The weather is great (even in October). I'm a sucker for the zoo/wildlife park and Seaworld. I don't know of anyplace else where I can feed a giraffe and a rhino in the same day (that would be the wildlife park). The food is great, also (besides the fresh seafood, you haven't really lived until you've had an In-N-Out burger). I have also been to Nassau in the Bahamas - great waterpark, plus there is a tank/enclosure where you can get in the water with a dolphin. My last great trip was to Alaska in 2011 - white water rafting, walking on a glacier, ATV'ing, hiking in Denali National Park, visiting a reindeer farm and musk ox farm, and the like. I think you'll notice a theme of me liking to interact with wildlife...

I have been white water rafting three times (New Mexico, Virginia, and Alaska), and have had a blast each time. I thankfully don't have a fear of water. Slight fear of heights, though; while I do enjoy rollercoasters I cannot bring myself to ever take my arms off the grab bar (subconscious fear that I'll fall out).

In general, I'm fairly low-key. I don't like to go out to bars or the like on the weekends. It just doesn't do it for me, including as a way to meet someone of the opposite sex. I certainly don't mind a night at home, but also enjoy going out (sporting events, even though we have to suffer through some bad teams at present in Cleveland; dining out; going to the movies; bowling, which I am admittedly not that good at). As far as watching sports on tv, I do like pro/college football. I also will watch the NBA, but usually only if it's a Boston Celtics game against a decent team (I follow the Celtics because I am a fan of one of their players, Kevin Garnett).

My job certainly is not easy. I definitely put in more than 40 hours per week. However, it is worth it to me because I truly love what I do for a living. It is intellectually stimulating, plus it feels good to spend your day helping others. I'm very satisfied with the path I've chosen...but I certainly wouldn't mind if electronic medical records (the definition of user-unfriendly) didn't exist.

In closing, I'm definitely looking for a relationship. It's something very important that's missing from my life, and well, here I am! Let's see how this goes.
The six things I could never do without
I hate to say it, because it's cliche, but the iPhone and iPad are pretty awesome.
Air conditioning, even in the winter (what can I say, I like the cold)
A car (very important part of independence)
A winning football and basketball team in Cleveland. Wait a minute...dammit.
On a typical Friday night I am
Trying to recuperate from a long week.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Christian/Catholic,but this is not the center of my life/what defines me. I am intolerant of intolerance to other religions, as it is called faith, after all.
I’m looking for
  • Straight girls only
  • Ages 21–32
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For long-term dating, short-term dating
You should message me if
You don't have a giant tattoo on your chest or one of your breasts. You're going to regret that in a couple decades...actually you should be regretting it right now.