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33 • M • Los Angeles, CA
I’m looking for
- Guys who like guys
- Ages 30–38
- Located anywhere
- Who are single
- For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating, casual sex
- Last Online
- Yesterday – 10:40pm
- Middle Eastern, Pacific Islander
- 5′ 11″ (1.80m)
- Body Type
- Strictly anything
- Catholicism, and laughing about it
- Scorpio, and it’s fun to think about
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- Relationship Type
- Likes dogs
This endeavor has parlayed itself into a joint DJing venture for me and my buddy. We are currently planning a trip to Berlin for some gigs out there, as well as getting the tracks we've produced mastered by some very humbling talent.
And to top it all off, we throw a weekly party at one of my favorite venues with some of the coolest people I've ever met. So far, it has been an incredible learning experience. I know how all of this may sound: I hang out with DJs. A large portion of my time is spent listening to house music. I throw parties and hang out in clubs often. Therefore, I must do tons of drugs and live to rage. False.
This trajectory in my life is very recent and I can't help but think of this experience as a huge education in doing what I was meant to do. But don't be fooled. I classify myself as a big nerd. My friends and I are sound nerds. We geek out over sound systems. We analyze sounds in scientific ways. We're not in VIP getting bottle service.
This is where my life is at this moment. My future is just one huge question mark. But you know what? I feel so alive just typing this all out here. The growth that I've accomplished with all of these things in such a short amount of time is exciting, to say the least. I'm so grateful for my life and enlivened by where it may (or may not) be headed.
I'm good at getting noticed.
Often times, I'm not looking for attention, but I've realized that people are drawn to others who live their lives freely and happily. If I'm dancing around, cracking a joke, doing an awful rendition of "Faith" by George Michael in karaoke, or just killing time at work, I'm going to have the time of my life while I do it. People notice that...and I've just started noticing others noticing it as well.
Happiness is a choice and it seems as if people have forgotten that.
When I was a kid, I remember hearing my own laugh for the first time on a home video. I was mortified. "DO I REALLY SOUND LIKE THAT?!?!" It was such a foreign sound to me.
I guess I just laugh with sincerity. I think my friend's dad said it best when he commented, "You laugh like you're being tickled!!!" Now friends run up to me and say things like "I KNEW you were close by when I heard that laugh!!!"
The one that touched me the most: "Your laugh reminds me that it's okay to have fun."
I used to be so ashamed of it but it's nice to know that something I do naturally makes other people smile.
But I will say I'm currently reading "The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay" and it's awesome.
Sharp wit fueled by intelligence in others
My memory foam mattress
It's like a really bad poem.
Truth be told, I like to have a really good conversation with someone before I sleep with them, which, CliffsNotes version just means: I withhold from hooking up with guys more than I would like. So there you go. I need to feel a connection with someone if I'm going to sleep with them. I don't feel that connection with very many guys. Therefore, I'm not having as much sex as I would like, cause the sex I would be getting would be pointless. But that's because I think cheap sex is a distraction from my main goal, which is to, basically, find a husband.
So I think about sex. Maybe I should have skipped this answer.
I'm no bitch; I reply to everyone, so take a chance.
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