fuzzylobsters
30 Knoxville, TN
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My self-summary
Hello.

I can typically identify the subject and verb in a sentence. In addition, I can identify your ileocecal valve. I'm a man of many talents.

There's more to me than these random facts. Please read on.
What I’m doing with my life
I graduated from UT with a Bachelors in English Lit. I then realized that that means nothing in the real world as far as getting hired for a job that doesn't involve an hourly salary, so currently I'm learning how to be a X-ray Tech. Most little boys grow up wanting to be a super hero. Well, I did it. I can see your insides.

Nowadays, I'm in school full time, doing clinical rotations, and I work the weekend shift at my hospital. All in all, I'm in a dark room telling people to hold their breath (which sounds a bit creepy out of context) around 50-55 hours a week on top of school, so I don't get out much to meet nice girls that don't have a small bowel obstruction. That, and most of my patients are 70 plus years old. On the positive side, odds are I'll get along great with your grandparents.

Also, I plan on winning the lottery.

At the current moment I'm really working to get my profile to this arbitrary 1,000 word quota so I can finally have that 100% complete profile and then all the ladies are sure to love me. I mean, am I totally unattractive at 999 words, and then all the sudden I put that one extra word in there and it's like:

Who has two thumbs and is the sexiest thing with two thumbs? This guy!

It works way better in person as you could see me pointing to myself with two thumbs. Anyway...
I’m really good at
Being sarcastic. Sudoku. Those traffic jam puzzles. My grandma thinks I'm good with computers. I showed her how to check her email.
The first things people usually notice about me
My dashing good looks.

or that they left their keys somewhere.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books, I'm into short fiction. Aside from being able to consume more content in the same time it takes to read a novel, I enjoy the distinct opportunities the format presents. The author only has a short time to get across the point, so every single word choice matters. I'm trying to get back into novels, and just recently started Murakami's 1Q84. Ask me how it's going.

Movies, I'm all over the place. I can go from intelligent to turn your brain off and look at the pretty colors. I love the classics. Directors don't know how to use suspense these days. I have a soft spot in my heart for anything Western. Classic to Spaghetti. Also, I've yet to ever find a horror movie that has ever scared me. Apparently I have no soul or something.

TV, my top five in almost no particular order: The Walking Dead, Breaking Bad, Downton Abbey, Firefly, and Sons of Anarchy.

Music, I know this will sound incredibly pretentious, but it's probably stuff you haven't even heard of. Honestly, half of it is stuff I haven't even heard of. Bandcamp.com is my new favorite thing. I greatly prefer the unsigned band who puts their own music out there just for everyone to hear over an overproduced, autotuned, precise song. I'll take rough edges and creativity every day. Current favorite band: Modern Life is War. Fever Hunting is just so good.
There's also some classics that I'll probably never stop listening to like Alexisonfire, Comeback Kid, Crime in Stereo, Have Heart, Hot Water Music, Lifetime, mewithoutyou, Modern Life is War, New Found Glory, Poison the Well, Shai Hulud, and Shook Ones. You get so many extra cool points if you know over half of these bands.

I like food. I'm not picky. Actually, I take that back, as I have been disproven recently. I'm not a big fan of Mexican or seafood that didn't have a shell at some point in its life. Also, pickles.
The six things I could never do without
Technology
Pizza
Music
Learning
Ghost hunting television shows
Pants
I spend a lot of time thinking about
I proofread my text messages. I'm a nerd. Also, I say "apparently" a bunch apparently. I tend to miss that on most checks so apparently I sound dumb for saying apparently more than once in a text. Apparently.
On a typical Friday night I am
Looking at people's insides. I work the weekend shift at my hospital, so no crazy parties for this guy. Unless you consider having a stroke a party, and in that case it's off the hook.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I watch Downton Abbey. It's actually one of my favorite shows currently.
You should message me if
You have many leather-bound books.
Your apartment smells of rich mahogany.
You are not an empty soulless husk of human flesh.
You can do basic math without the aid of a calculator. 160/10= ? I've seen this happen in person. Not pretty.
You agree that texting someone while on a date is the rudest thing on the face of the planet.
You don't listen to Nickelback.
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