Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
I already like you. You're awesome. I like everyone - sweethearts,
bitches, bookworms, ditzes - so, we'll definitely get along on some
Anyway, I am...
A total geek: Analytical, organized, super calm, in love with
computers, and full of completely useless information.
Philadelphian: Born and raised, so I will be blunt and honest even
when it's inappropriate. I cross lines from time to time, but it
always gets a laugh. Besides, I'll poke fun at myself harder than
at anyone else.
Anyway, I'm here because my social circle is a sausage fest.
There's nothing like shooting the shit with your buddies, but I
need a dose of estrogen in my life or I'm going to start thinking
Fast and Furious is quality cinema.
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
Bingewatching the shit out of documentaries and about a million TV
shows. Finishing a series gives me the feeling of accomplishment
without like... having to get off my butt.
Probably learning something. It's also probably not very useful.
You don't need to have your nose in a book, though. Having fun is
Employment-wise: Installing, configuring, and troubleshooting
computers and such for a multinational IT outsourcing company. You
don't need to know what any of that means, but it IS in fact about
as boring as it sounds. I still like it, though.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Googling. Both in the search web site sense and the touching myself
sense. Lots of practice.
Organizing everything into useful systems and plans and then
completely losing the motivation to actually follow through. I
already did the fun organizing part... why would I want to go
through with completing it?
The first things people usually notice about me
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I suspect that depends on the person, but on a second date, I was
asked, "How can you be so intelligent and yet so... unrefined?" I
guess I'm an unusual blend of white and blue collars. I took it as
a high compliment.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Help your potential matches find common interests.
I used to have a bunch of stuff listed here, but these aren't very
important except as potential conversation-starters. Basically,
while I'm not going to judge you for liking wrestling, I reserve
the right to make fun of you for it.
I'll just say that my TV, video game, and music lists are long and
eclectic while the movie, food, and book lists are short and sweet.
My favorites of each: the Dune series, V for Vendetta, Breaking
Bad, Buckethead, sushi\seafood, and Braid.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
1. A to-do list. Otherwise I forget and watch YouTube
2. The Internet. I remember the pre-Internet world. It
3. Honesty. I'd rather you tell me I look like a jackass than let
me walk around looking like one. All that is to say: yes, that
dress makes you look fat.
4. School. I'll probably be in classes getting certifications until
the day I die, and I find that exhilarating.
5. Somebody asking for my advice. Maybe I have a need to be
6. A cat in my lap. I definitely have a need to be kneaded.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Which guys I'd go gay for. So far, it's Hugh Laurie, Stephen Fry,
David Mitchell, Mike Rowe, Gordon Ramsay, Sean "Day" Plott,
Slash, Buckethead, Mike Patton, and Yoshida Tatsuya.
Whether or not it's turtles all the way down. I'm an apatheist, and
the closest I come to having a spiritual experience is when I take
an extremely hot bath or jump into a subzero waterfall. I'm not
interested in buying whatever Savior you're selling, and I've never
been a big Kool-Aid fan.
Lifehacks. I'm constantly rearranging my room, buying little
gadgets, or downloading some app to make something in my life a
little bit easier, more streamlined, and more organized. As such, I
have all the tools to accomplish all of my dreams, and I'll get
right on that... tomorrow?
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Maybe I'm drunkenly collecting money from friends so that we can
request an uninterrupted 14-play block of "Don't Stop Believing"
from the bar jukebox. As it turns out, the software is designed to
block repeats for a certain time frame :(
Or maybe I'm playing Pandemic with friends as we retell the same
old stories with new embellishments. There's not always alcohol
involved, but you can be sure that a lively Kill-Fuck-Marry debate
Or maybe I'm just being a stuffy hermit researching how to squeeze
another ten bucks out of my budget. At some point we have to be
responsible I guess. And cheap. Responsible and cheap.
I'm actually pretty boring day-to-day, but I think that actually
just means I'm the honest one and all you rock climbing,
globetrotting, "No two Fridays are the same!" people are just
trying to sell an image.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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Anything. Ask whatever you want. I don't have secrets about myself,
so hit me! Just so that you don't accuse me of dodging the
question, I'll drop some juicy bits here for you:
I am shameless if there's an audience. You will be embarrassed for
me, even though I won't.
Nobody and I mean NOBODY violates the sacred rules of Spin the
Bottle even if that means I have to kiss a dude or two.
You should message me if
Offer a few tips to help matches win you over.
You don't mind laughing at yourself, myself, and everyone's self.
If so, then we'll have a great time some night soon making fun of
all the other boring losers at the bar while totally acknowledging
that we're boring losers at the bar.
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