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39 Washington, DC Man


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I’m looking for

  • Women
  • Ages 27–57
  • Located anywhere
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating

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Last online
Today – 3:39am
5′ 11″ (1.80m)
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Graduated from law school
Doesn’t have kids
Likes dogs and likes cats
My self-summary
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I like:
- cookie dough, Trader Joe's, seeing plays, sleeping in, eating out, French macarons, cheese, fountain pens, my fast car, good classical radio, my seven nieces and nephews, single malt Scotches, the OED, Oxford commas, putting only one space between sentences, office supplies, footnotes, thesauruses, The Beatles, 24-hour diners, daily newspapers, briefcases, Shakespeare, Unitarian Universalism, and donuts.

My bucket list includes:
Running the Marathon marathon, hiking in Sequoia National Park, seeing a mind–blowingly amazing production of Hamlet, swimming in Crater Lake, and floating in the Dead Sea.

If I could I'd make Groundhog Day a federal holiday; I loved law school; my family has a lot of redheads and women named "Cordelia"; I can milk a goat, fix your computer, take you shooting, and defend you in court when you're caught smoking crack. I'm an Eagle Scout, and my first cousin once removed wrote an entire book on the word "OK". I dress like Sam Seaborn and Stephen Colbert for work; have sung Bach's B Minor, Mahler's 8th, and Mozart's Requiem; and I love this clip starring Rowlf the Dog.

Going on a culinary tour of Italy... and France... and India... sounds awesome. I've taught juggling, run the NYC and Marine Corps marathons, skydived, hang glided, and circled the Beltway on a motorcycle; and though I've lived in DC for a while, I still think motorcades and helicopters are way cool.

I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Actually reading your profile instead of just looking at photos. So—please god—write something more than "looking for a partner in crime" or "work hard, play hard." And, yes, I know you love to travel.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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New Slang by The Shins, The West Wing, Bach's Goldberg Variations, Chris Rock's Good Hair, the tune La Folia, Brave New World, and the word truthiness.

Airbag by Radiohead, Close to Me by The Cure, Rushmore and Moonrise Kingdom, The West Wing, Pfft You Were Gone, and Captain Vegetable.

Dear God by XTC, 1984, Hank Williams, Sr., Arrested Development, I'm Going to Go Back There Someday (by Gonzo T. Muppet), Charade, To Kill a Mockingbird, Contempt of Court, Secretary, and The Reflective Counselor: Daily Meditations for Lawyers

Wanting Memories by local composer Ysaye Barnwell.

Mahna Mahna (by Mahna Mahna and the Snowths), The West Wing, Inequality for All, most films by the Coen brothers, Mother Nature's Son by The Beatles, Breed by Nirvana, The Phantom Tollbooth, Trainspotting, Chappelle's Show, Caribbean Blue by Enya.

Moulin Rouge, Danger Mouse (TV series), The Dead Milkmen's Dean's Dream, Newspapers (NYT, WaPo, WSJ), this old song my grandma used to sing, M*A*S*H (TV series), Shortbus, The West Wing, Helvetica (film), Casablanca, Casabianca (poem), Scrubs, The Zax (by Dr. Seuss), and The Ode Less Travelled: Unlocking the Poet Within

Favorite restaurants include: Domku, Granville Moore's, Urban Eats Arts and Music Cafe, Ray's Hell Burger, Amma Vegetarian Kitchen, El Pollo Rico, The Inn at Little Washington, Earl's, The Original Pancake House, La Madeleine, PaperMoon Diner (Baltimore), any Waffle House location, Etete, Luna Grill and Diner (in DuPont), Mr. Ted's, Duangrat's Thai Restaurant, Yechon Korean Restaurant, Vegetate (closed), City Diner, Kabob Palace, One World Cafe (Baltimore), and anyplace that serves breakfast all day.
You should message me if
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You're playful, creative, clever, whimsical, imaginative, pixieish, sprightly, silly, larksome, chimerical, quirky, frolicsome, spirited, farcical, occasionally preposterous, nimble, sparky, goofy, gleeful, rascally, fanciful, or mischievous.

You get thoughts other people don't get; you often make yourself smile; or you're just different than everyone around you.

Kudos if you:
Catch references to The Princess Bride or Monty Python skits
Sing out loud the songs that get stuck in your head
Can envision us in this wonderful Bollywood song and dance number
Have a single rich dad who'll marry my mom
Also wish you had a Cardigan Welsh Corgi... or maybe Cooper from "Corgi Flop"
Have "got to meet [me] by tomorrow noon... and cut through all this red tape."
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