dymlos3
32 Marietta, GA
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My self-summary
Добро пожаловать! (Welcome). Yeah, I speak Russian. Pretty awesome, right? Came to the the USA when I was a kid and never looked back. Hmmm...I would describe myself as pretty easy going with a hint of sarcasm (I'm Russian, its kinda in the blood); sprinkled with a little of bit of nerdy goodness, a drop of awesomeness, and a pinch of sillyness. Not serious at all!
Best adjectives used to describe me are dependable, responsible, and honest.

I love to travel.... a lot. Perhaps too much. But is that a bad thing? I think I've been everywhere in Western Europe, many countries in Eastern Europe, some parts of Asia, and Middle America.

Im also a bit of a car enthusiast. Just don't ask me to fix an engine! Other hobbies include mixing music, gaming, graphic novels, craft beer, and working (not really a hobby).
What I’m doing with my life
To sum this up: Self maintenance! I have always lived my life preparing for the future without living for the "now". I've been trying to change that a bit. I have been traveling all over the world for the past couple of years. Visited Japan, Spain, and Russia recently; Brazil and Ireland in the near future. I have also picked up a set of turntables and a guitar so I can learn to play the music I enjoy.

I've also lost a bunch of weight. Started at 250 lbs and now at 196. Working towards a goal of 180 lbs. Staying motivated definitely requires a lot of life changes.

Started a Department Head position at work. Getting my careers moving along as quickly as possible.
I’m really good at
making desserts! Tiramisu, puff pastry treats, and Nutella Cheese cake are just a sample of the things I can make. I hear I'm also pretty good at blending in with different types of people. Oh, and I'm pretty darn good at saving/managing money. Being debt free is pretty awesome!
The first things people usually notice about me
I am extremely generous and loyal. I go to great lengths to take care of my good friends and family. I would definitely take a bullet, fight a grizzly, and/or give my kidney for them. I'm also pretty spontaneous.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: If I had to choose my favorite books of all time, they would be The Three Musketeers and The Count of Monte Cristo, written by Alexander Dumas.

Movies: Big sucker for action films. Anything directed by Ridley Scott, James Cameron, Zack Snyder, and Michael Bay. Some of my favorites are Terminator 2, Blade Runner, A Clockwork Orange, Dredd, Die Hard, 300, and Gladiator to list a few. A huge fan of Mel Brooks films too. Spaceballs is my favorite by far. The nerd in me likes Star Wars, Back to the Future, Tron/Tron Legacy, Shaun of the Dead, and Indiana Jones films.

Shows: Pretty much anything on USA network (Burn Notice, Psych, Royal Pains). Mythbusters, Dr. Who, Top Gear, Sherlock, Arrow, Brooklyn 99, Torchwood, The Walking Dead, and Game of Thrones are like crack that I cant live without. (Note: I don't actually do crack...or any other drugs for that matter.)

Music: Classic rock for the win! Led Zeppelin, AC/DC, Pink Floyd, Metallica, Queen, The Rolling Stones, and Jimi Hendrix are pretty awesome in my book. I've been listening to a lot of electronic music as well(drum and base, happy hardcore, trance, dubstep). The list includes; Rusko, Netsky, Skrillex, Krewella, Zedd, Zomboy, Drumsound & Baselinesmith.

Food: Vareniki is my favorite food. Yeah that's right, I bet you've never heard of them! Google it! (Hint: Its Russian.)
I like Crepes too. My father used to make them every Sunday for the family (we called them Russian pancakes, lol). They are super awesome!
The six things I could never do without
1.) Family/Friends - Because you cant have a good time by yourself.
2.) Computer - Got to stay connected to the world.
3.) Music - Moves my life and soul.
4.) A Car - The faster the better. I love my EVO X.
5.) A Kitchen - What? I got to eat!
6.) Travel - Enriches the my mind.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
my present and future as well how to live my life to the fullest (I love that cliché).

The thing that keeps me thinking at night is whom is mightier: black bear, polar bear, or robo bear.

Also why old people are allowed to drive past the age of 70.
On a typical Friday night I am
I don't have typical Friday nights. I could be working, hosting a movie night, playing video games with friends, hanging out downtown Athens/Atlanta, visiting family, at a race track, or be in another country altogether. As they say, variety is the spice of life!
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Why would I admit anything? Maybe of you ask nicely.....
You should message me if
You're looking for someone responsible but not too serious.
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