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25 LaPorte, IN Man


I’m looking for

  • Women
  • Ages 18–25
  • Near me
  • For new friends

My details

Last online
Nov 19, 2012
6′ 0″ (1.83m)
Body type
A little extra
Mostly anything
Not at all
Atheism, and somewhat serious about it
Sagittarius, but it doesn’t matter
Working on university
Seeing Someone
Doesn’t want kids
Likes dogs and likes cats
English (Fluently), German (Poorly)

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My self-summary
Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
I don't like this box. That's the kind of person I am - I'm not afraid to tell you I don't like boxes, and I'm not afraid to tell this box to shove it.

Shove it, box.

Also I'm rewriting this. Because I'm not single, just really bored. But I'm also a lazy fuck. Deal with it.
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
I just graduated from Ball State with a major in psychology and a minor in sociology. Then I couldn't find a job and came home. I'm trying to find a job, then save up to go back to Muncie to be with my girlfriend. Until I manage that, I'm trying to get in shape and playing video games. I'm so cool.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Uh. Um. Ummmm.

I'm an average fencer (which isn't "really good", but again - shove it, box.) and a damn fine computer repairman. I'm a pretty good fractal artist and I'm fairly skilled at games - digital or otherwise. I'm also fan-tastic at coming up with synonyms for "good".

I'm evidently a pretty funny guy. ErinLaLa says so. I can't vouch for her trustworthiness. Psyche521 says so too but, really, who could trust her? You shouldn't trust me I guess because I've had her username wrong for like half a fucking year. What's wrong with me. My God.

I'm also nice. Good at being nice. Not the shitty kind of sycophantic nice and also not the really lame, weak-willed nice. I'm totally cool with telling it as it is, but in a constructive fashion. Not everyone likes this. Shove it, people who don't like this.

Oh, and I'm told I'm a pretty good kisser. I can't really verify that one myself.
The first things people usually notice about me
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I tend to be wordy (hah) - I'm a bit of a talker once I get going, although I tend to trip over words. I have a tendency to look distracted or bored.

The obvious one is usually when I'm wearing shorts in the dead of winter. I swear it's not an attention thing - I hate pants, they're constricting and terrible and I don't like them. Bare shin supremacy.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Books: Fuck you, Stephenie Meyer. You're named after your dad and I hate you.

I like cyberpunk, sci-fi and anything really amusing. I'm also kind of getting into biographies; I have two on David Bowie. This is two more than most people have. Ask me about David Bowie. I just bought a Kindle, which is also cool!

Movies: Sci-fi (again), comedies, a smattering of other things. It's a varied category. I generally avoid big-name movies or mindless action flicks.

Music: This used to be a trainwreck. Safe to say that I pretty much like everything (excepting shitty things). I also really hate people who say "I like everything!" and then they pretty much like the opposite? If you say you like everything I will challenge your ass. If you want a shiny list and graphs and suchlike,

Food: I'm not really a "foodie"... it goes in, and then it comes out. I mean, I like food - I really like cereal - but, I dunno. It's food. Non-runny cheeses? Spinach?
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.

1: Music. I have almost a month's worth and I'm always craving more. Point me in the direction of a good album and we're New Best Friends.

2: Games. Gaming of any kind is an excellent way to bond with people, to make new connections and learn about people.

3: The Internet. I know it's super fucking lame and nerdy but I realized last night that I've not-so-recently passed the point where I've used the Internet more years than I haven't. I actually remember life without social networking and Youtube and Bittorrent and Google Everything and I can't imagine how I'd function without it. I'm a netchild, really.

4: Education. Anything from learning math or science to reading a book or digging in the yard with your bare hands. Watch rain fall. Pay attention to music. Education doesn't have to be formal to be useful.

5: Experience. I'm admittedly kind of a shut-in (especially during the summer) and new things tend to make me a little nervous. But every little thing I do makes me less nervous and more aware of everything going on around me.

6: Friends and family. These people form the support group that essentially allows me to actually exist. I like to stand alone but I think everyone needs someone they can turn to.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Am I late? What does life mean? Am I trying too hard? Are the people around me trying too hard? Could I ever be a wicked awesome cook? What can I do for the people around me? Where's that book I was looking for? etc., etc.

My mind basically never shuts off and most nights it takes me one to two hours to fall asleep just because I'm staring at the ceiling and my mind is just pushing out questions and answers without ceasing. It gets kinda tough sometimes because very frequently I'll think of something, and then forget everything except that I thought of something really important/cool. Then I try really hard to remember it and get a headache. How sad.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Working on a problem. Helping someone. Playing a game - with or without people, electronic or physical. Making something.

All of these probably involve swearing. Swearing is not so much a Friday-night thing as it is an every-day thing. It runs in the family.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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This used to be about my Magic: the Gathering collection but I actually sold all that. Whoops.


My freshman year of college I woke up at 5 a.m., desperately needing to use the bathroom. I stumbled to the bathroom after putting on pants as quickly as possible, slumped onto the toilet, and immediately asked myself: "Am I a transvestite?" I have never done anything that would classify me as a transvestite. I was really confused.
You should message me if
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Here's why you shouldn't message me: if you say you like "everything" when it comes to music. Seriously. It's a huge fucking pet peeve of mine. I'll talk to pretty much anyone a little bit but saying you like "everything" or even worse, "everything except country or rap" is pretty much You Being Awful. Also if you like "everything, from pop to punk to rap". That's not everything, motherfuckers! Nobody likes everything! I listen to shit that would make you curl into a fetal position and vividly hallucinate your birth and death simultaneously. I'd rather mail vomit to my grandmother than discover you don't actually like everything. If you're brave of heart I will straight up challenge you on this. Even the guy who runs the record store doesn't like everything.

Yeah, I exaggerated that a little. But I won't take it back.

You should message me if you actually read though that entire essay, all this text, if only so I can apologize to you. I'm sorry! I'm so fucking sorry! It won't happen again until it happens again!

Also, see up there, where it says "new friends"? I really mean it. I love, LOVE to meet new people and talk to them. If you give me suggestions for a new album to listen to you'll be my new best friend (not literally). I honestly just like to talk and learn about people who are different from me. I also promise not to make inappropriate sexual advances, like, ever.

Also also if you love David Bowie as much as I do. It's hard, because I really love David Bowie. But it could happen.

Also also also AIM: rgepsilon