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  • Ages 22–28
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My details

Last online
Jul 30
6′ 0″ (1.83m)
Body Type
Mostly anything
Not at all
Atheism, and somewhat serious about it
Scorpio, but it doesn’t matter
Graduated from university
Mostly monogamous
Doesn’t want kids
Likes dogs and likes cats
English (Fluently)
My self-summary
Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
I'm just this guy, you know? This sharp, amusing, underutilized guy. Lotta heart. Kinda clumsy. Dry as hell. Just a guy and his shorts.
What I’m doing with my life
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I got my degree in psychology. Now I work at a call center. It's a little bit of humor and a lot of drudgery and a whole mess of dealing with idiots (from the inside and out). But I'm good at my job and I never miss rent, so that's pretty cool, right?

I'm dying to get out and into a field where it's expected that you shower and also not drink more than one two-liter of soda a day.

Outside of that I've got a pretty nice electric bass that I don't get enough practice on, a sprawling music collection, and not nearly enough animals. Can I come play with your dog?
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Bad Day at Work? I'm a /Listener/!

Okay, that was a serious statement. I like to listen and work things out. I also fix people's computers and phones and stuff for a living, so there's that. I make a rude salsa. I'm told I'm pretty funny - I don't even have to pay actors to tell people that I'm funny, it just happens naturally. Emergent humor testimonials. Tomorrow has made a phone call to today.

I'm pretty mediocre at the bass, though.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Books? Most Neal Stephenson novels, William Gibson is interesting but frequently a bit dry to keep my attention nowadays, and Terry Pratchett's funny 100% of the time (R.I.P., buddy). I still have a soft spot for Harry Potter because. I'm really into ethnographies and certain biographies - I've got THREE about David Bowie! That's three more than the average American!

Movies. Lotta sci-fi, lotta comedy, lotta action. Kill Bill. Ferris Bueller's Day Off. Back To The Future. Whip It. Heathers. I'll watch pretty much anything that's not absolute dross, to be frank. I may end up critical of it afterwards, though. (Also I just saw Mad Max: Fury Road. It was... incroyable! Perfect in every way.)

Shows? I'll be honest, man - I don't have a TV or a Netflix account. Not because I'm some elitist jerk, but because of economics. I like... Firefly, Simpsons reruns, Futurama. I can watch stuff like Parks and Recreation but it's not my bag. Watching The Office gives me a rash and makes my throat swell up. (I also enjoy anime, but it's not, like... my thing? Don't panic! It's cool! We're just really bad at sci-fi. Ignore this parenthetical statement.)

Music! Music! Music! When I pick myself up off the ground from the brief fit I just had: pretty much everything. And I'm not even one of those guys who's like "oh I like country AND rap, check this outtt". My tastes run towards rock, 80s pop, electronic influences (or just straight electronic music), ska, punk, and ska-punk. Zeuhl. 80s-90s nostalgia rap. Willowy-sounding ladies singing in Old German. Double music! I'll chat about music for hours. Artists/bands include... ADULT., American Analog Set, Barenaked Ladies, Bauhaus, The Causey Way/Pilot Scott Tracy, David Bowie, the Dead Kennedys, DEVO, Esoteric, Fischerspooner, Gary Numan/Tubeway Army, Giant Drag, Joy Electric, The Knife, Koenjihyakkei, Nirvana, Pigface, Say Anything, Screaming Females, Squarepusher, Super Furry Animals, Ultravox, Venetian Snares, Yellow Magic Orchestra and Zeigeist.

Food! Food can be fun! It's not like, my thing. I honestly like my food pretty basic. Italian and Mexican is pretty much the best. I like pretty simple fare. Vegetarian/vegan food doesn't bother me.

Dang if this section doesn't skip video games. I like them but I'm not like, merging with the couch/controller or anything. I like to compete and laugh riotously. AAA yearly releases generally aren't my bag. I'm awful at fighting games but love them. Right now I'm playing a lot of Destiny and Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate. I occasionally log into Guild Wars 2 with a friend or when I need to kill a lot of time. I'll play League of Legends with someone else around; I'm big on competition/cooperation. I am a really, really bad Counter Strike player.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
Oh, man. I hate this one. I either list tripey bullshit or look like a frothing paragon of consumerism.

I like havin' a job, as much music as possible, huuuuuugs, an acceptable amount of calories, the Internet, and some kind of distracting activity. Everything else is more or less negotiable. Except for the things I didn't mention, like my kidneys - I need those. Please don't take my kidneys.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Real-talk time: we live in a pretty shitty society and I like to think about the few things I can personally do to make that better. We share this globe with a lotta jerkwads. It's kinda gross and kinda sad.

When I'm not being a Donny Downer - music, lunch, what my remaining plans are for the day, what have I forgotten? Fun things, pretty things. Jokes. Lotta jokes.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Assuming someone's free, probably hanging out - swappin' stories, crankin' out the funnylaffs, etc. Games? Food? Movies? Poorly thought-out adventures to stores that end up closing on our arrival? Failing that, relaxing at home. Music, games, generation of aforementioned funnylaffs digitally.
You should message me if
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You're cool with feminism and all the trappings thereof (yeah, past experiences here mean I have to actually state that - the hell?). You wanna talk music. You know a funny joke or story. Or just an interesting one. You caught one of the sicknasty pop culture references I made. Or if you want to talk to me in general, because I browse ~invisibly~.