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33 M Tustin, CA

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Last Online
Today – 7:50am
5′ 9″ (1.75m)
Body Type
Strictly anything
Graduated from university
Entertainment / Media
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Likes dogs and likes cats
English (Fluently), Chinese (Fluently), C++ (Fluently), Latin (Poorly)

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My self-summary
I've studied more footage of varied natural disasters/phenomenon than most people will see in their entire lives. I hope to see a giant ice shelf collapse in my lifetime but I hope I'm far away enough not to get pelted as I capture the footage. I also hope to see the Northern Lights. Hopefully they'll be as neat and shimmery as the simulated Northern Lights I recreated to make a portal into another world (on a computer of course)!

When I travel internationally I always notice how the cloud formations are different than CA. Some call it daydreaming, I call it attention to detail of your surroundings.

I know my way around a crock pot, wok (stereotypes right?), and pressure cooker. I don't bake since baking doesn't leave a whole lot of room to rectify any error. I also have a fondue pot I almost never use.

Exercise is in my repertoire of things I need to do but enjoy. I underwent a "Biggest Loser" type body change. People still think those old pictures are me in a fat suit. Many moons ago I did a ton of cardio but found it too time consuming and switched to powerlifting. I'm not part of any exercise cult/fad (sorry Crossfitters/P90xers) but appreciate what every one of these programs has brought to the general public.

At the gym I add the weights up pretty quickly lb or kg plates. I guess that makes me pretty good at math (stereotypes again!)

When I set a plan in motion I try everything I possibly can to stick it out for at least 6 to 8 weeks without any changes. The Internet's vast expanses of information and misinformation can ruin even the best of plans because too many variables are altered at once (whether it's music composition, career, cooking, dieting, tie tying, or even tooth flossing)
What I’m doing with my life
I am a decent effects "artist" with two Oscar winning films under my belt. Shortly after the "Life of Pi" swan song, my now very famous visual effects firm went bankrupt, setting off a start of WWII chain of events where the entire industry imploded in a way Michael Bay could direct. I'm on my way out of this field and during this clown show of a journey that is my career path, realizing sharing all the ups and down with a wonderful partner sure would be grand.

I'm also maximizing my genetic potential, eating potential, minimizing my potential energy and maximizing a work/life balance.
I’m really good at
1. Listening
2. Really tough "would you rather" format questions.
3. Coming up with the worst mix tape (I guess it'd just be a playlist these days)
4. Wrenching on cars, I have wonderful, ideal for piano playing fingers that can fit in tight spots
5. CG and sim'en (computer graphics and simulations, not cock gobbling and semen)
The first things people usually notice about me
My hair defies gravity

I look just like a ______ southeast Asian (I'm told this from said ______ southeast Asians too)

That I look tanner in my default state than most people do, even the year I had a physical where the doctor said I was vitamin D deficient (sun deficient)
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: Carl Sagan, Arthur C. Clarke, Asimov...

Movies: Life of Pi (you gotta include your greatest work right?), Inception, Dark Knight, Batman Begins, Memento (can you tell I'm a Nolan leg humper?), Dark City, Gattaca, Magnolia, most of the Coen Brothers movies, Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind.

Shows: Breaking Bad, Spartacus, Fringe, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Parks and Recreations, How I Met Your Mother (I endure despite the laugh track)

Music: Foo Fighters, Radiohead, Oasis, Keane, Phoenix, Two Door Cinema Club, The XX, M83.

Food: I MIGHT be a food hipster. But not the kind you want to punch in gullet. Cilantro is the 90s ska of the culinary world.
The six things I could never do without
1. my family/friends (so I have people to discussion ridiculous inane topics with and be contrarian to)
2. mountains (so I can bike/snowboard on them)
3. chalk (so barbell knurling doesn't rip off my skin)
4. computer technology (so the world is at my fingertips and find deals...why wait for Black Friday when you can do it all year round?!)
5. music (so I can get songs stuck in my head but conversely get songs stuck in OTHER people's heads...

Hey now you're an all star, get your game on

See how easy that was?)
6. Anything with an engine. I am a grease monkey and love piloting anything with a motor. Preferably with 4 wheels though.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
pixels, color space, particles, apexes, not falling/drowning, happiness, why I'm not eating that esoteric thing I'm craving.
On a typical Friday night I am
Hanging with my bros (yes that is an "ironic" bro) after being at the gym
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
A year or so ago I started using the word "bro" ironically with a couple of friends. It stopped becoming ironic and had to consciously cease and desist.
I’m looking for
  • Girls who like guys
  • Ages 22–31
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating
You should message me if
You are earnestly searching for the "right" serious relationship.

You enjoy life (entails "fun", laughing, food, or anything else that may incite happiness).

You have hobbies (you do/think of things outside of work, watching TV and "hanging out with friends")

You are picky about what you shove down your gullet (food, drink or otherwise)

You like lean body mass or find exercising engaging.