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30 New York, NY Man


I’m looking for

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  • Ages 20–35
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating

My Details

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Yesterday – 8:20pm
5′ 5″ (1.66m)
Body Type
Strictly anything
Working on space camp
Sales / Marketing
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Likes dogs and likes cats
English, Spanish (Okay), Urdu (Fluently)

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My self-summary
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A few years back, I spent several months backpacking solo through Southeast Asia. A few weeks in, I crossed over the Thailand border into Laos. After wandering the border town of Huay Xai, eating blistering chili-covered grilled chicken and chewy water buffalo skewers, and imbibing on tall Beer Laos', my friends and I stumbled upon a tiny bar oddly named "Hanoi Karaoke" around 2am.

The darkly lit bar was packed to the walls with twentysomething Laotianans singing the local standards with perfect pitch while drinking beer over ice to combat the 105-degree heat. I asked the bartender if they had any English tunes and he said to simply type songs into the karaoke computer until I found one. After around 20 unsuccessful minutes searching and being relegated to simply typing in letters and scrolling past the Laotian classics, I found three English options: "Material Girl," "Every Breath You Take", and "Wannabe".

But then I landed upon the holy grail of karaoke songs and, at about 3am, surrounded exclusively by confused Laos regulars, I belted out "I Want it That Way" with the vigor of a charging rhinoceros, the pitch of a dying cat, and the dance moves of a person being electrocuted. I took the mic and sang throughout the room, getting down on one knee and serenading the unsuspecting locals. When the song ended, I got a standing ovation as dozens of patrons raised their glasses of watery beer for a toast. I'd like to think they were impressed, but in all likelihood, they were pleased that their ear drums stopped bleeding and the bar owners would only need to replace three of the six windows.

Needless to say, I am available for weddings and bar mitzvahs.
What I’m doing with my life
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Just returned to NYC after living in Boston for 3 years couldn't be more excited to be back.

Currently working for one of the global top three sites on the Internet.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Skiing (water and snow), scuba diving at unreasonable depths, hiking, running, cooking a mean flourless chocolate cake, putting on dinner parties, concocting adventures, freebasing coffee milkshakes, getting lost in foreign countries, talking too much, making bets over trivial nonsense, dancing foolishly and singing poorly to cover bands, stubbing toes, losing important things, running late, stealing samples from the Whole Foods prepared food bar, eating things on sticks while performing other tasks, building ikea furniture, obsessively color coding my closet, making cocktails with basil, acting as a dog whisperer.
The first things people usually notice about me
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Ashkenazi charm. Neon glow.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Books - Reading Snooki's "A Shore Thing" for the third time. It's a monthly tradition.

Movies - YouTube cat videos.

TV - The Rose Zone:

Music - Ke$ha on repeat.

Food - NYC pizza, arepa's, frozen confections (frozen custard, gelato), BBQ, bahn mi's, fried chicken, ramen (non-college variety), french onion soup, crab cakes, porterhouse steaks, freshly caught and cooked fish, oysters, mussels, sweet potato fries, hummus, potato pancakes, my mother's brisket, fresh pasta, falafel, spicy green curry, saltenas, dark chocolate mousse, Indian rice pudding, cheesecake, fresh mangoes/papaya/passion fruit, chicken satay. Coffee in any form, carrot juice, red wine, bourbon, gin, quality tequila and mescal, microbrews, hot apple cider from where I went to college in upstate NY. Not vegemite. Not vodka.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
Basset Hounds running
Passport and one way ticket
Scuba diving equipment and the ocean
Extreme adrenaline rushes + spontaneity
Making brunch a varsity sport
Elvis sandwiches (what other concoction combines every food group into a sweet/savory/porky/crusty/melty treasure? Long live The King.)
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Where to travel next, what to cook for dinner tonight, the next live concert I can see, why the food network is no longer related to food, why Snuffleupagus is the most underrated character on Sesame Street, why some people walk their cats on leashes, when they will finally clone a wooly mammoth, paper vs. plastic, man vs beast.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Conquering trivia night, visiting cocktail bars, checking out a new restaurant next door or far away, playing pool at a dive bar, seeking out live music (anything from a show to cover band), dressing up at a theme party, sneaking candy into the movies, going on an ad-hoc scavenger hunt, ruling Apples to Apples or or Cards Against Humanity or Settlers of Cattan or Scategories, decompressing from the work week.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I have a pink unicorn tattooed on my lower back.
You should message me if
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You are in search of a partner in crime to sample all NYC has to offer. You want to create and embark on self-made adventures. You want to be my Amazing Race teammate as soon as they accept my application (it's imminent although they don't know it yet).


You wish to join me on a romantic nighttime cruise atop the Falcor, the majestic Luck Dragon from the Neverending Story. I keep him in my apartment as I am green-focused and it is a way more sustainable travel method than the Subway and faster than CitiBike.

You know where I can buy grape-flavored Ghostbusters slimer toothpaste. Ok, just any ghostbusters toothpaste. That stuff was like mouth nectar.

Bruce Springsteen is also your spirit animal.