Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
A wise man once said "There comes a time in every man's life when
you have to step back, relax and gauge your market value". That
wise man was me, I was drunk and this is me gauging my market
I have a graduate degree in Aerospace Engineering and walk around
calling myself a 'Rocket Scientist'. Sadly, I'm not working with
rockets yet (apparently I look like I'll sell the secrets to North
Korea) but I do work with planes, trains and automobiles
I would rather spend my life with a box of pancakes than see the
same person everyday. There are places to see and people to
That being said, friends are pretty cool and meeting new people is
too. I also teach salsa in Ann Arbor on Mondays.
I LOVE kids when they are other people's kids. I have heard
multiple times that I'll be a great dad, so there's that. I'll be
one god-awesome Math teacher someday, teaching em' all about math.
And life. And how most math is pretty useless in life. And how
algebra won't save you from a mad alligator. And how spinach will.
And how improper grammar is fun sometimes.
I have two degrees but live out of suitcases and don't own much. I
also move houses 2-3 times a year. Minus sleeping time, I have
rarely spent more than an hour at home in months.
Vacations strictly mean outside the country and I would rather have
three a year, see a dozen countries and live off ramen noodles for
the rest than build the perfect kitchen, living room or
If I can go without buying a car or home for the rest of my life,
I'll mark it down as a success.
I'm probably not the potential husband/boyfriend you were looking
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
Engineering, salsa dancing, traveling, spreading sunshine,
volunteering (Once a week, I spend a few hours hanging out with the
cutest bunch of kids playing tag, teaching math and dancing to
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Finding my way through a new city in hours, rocking briefs, staying
calm and smiling no matter what utter chaos is going on around me,
geography, living with minimal possessions, karaoke (I can do a
mean AC/DC voice and switch to Marvin Gaye)
The first things people usually notice about me
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
That I'm brown! The beard, of late. That I'm happy and smiling all
I've been called 'annoyingly happy', 'like I swallowed sunshine'
and a few more.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Help your potential matches find common interests.
Books - Jeffrey Archer, Wilbur Smith, James Collins. Rock n roll
Music - Rock n Roll' baby!!!! AC/DC, Queen, Rolling Stones,
Zeppelin, GnR, Aerosmith. I'm woeful when it comes to current
Basically fuckin awesome, kickass, legendary pre-90's classic
Of late though, my playlist has incorporated everything from Maroon
5 to Taylor Swift to Megan Trainor!!!
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
- A shaving razor (We Indians grow facial hair like grass in your
80 old neighbor's backyard)
- A job
- Benson & Hedges
- Shower (Very important since it definitely takes a shower for me
to go from Chewbacca to charming)
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
If a turtle loses it's shell, is it homeless or naked?
If swimming makes you fit and slim, what about whales?
My next plane ticket.
Writing a children's book, preferably for 3-6 years old and with
lots of illustrations of skinny elephants and insert 'you're
adopted' somewhere in there.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Mostly not at home. Cabin fever erryday!
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
I don't own a bed. I used to own one and a whole bunch of other
furniture, tv, etc. Then I woke up one day, looked at all the
clutter and decided to sell everything and live out of suitcases. I
may just be the only Aerospace Engineer who can move out of a house
and into a new one in under an hour.
You should message me if
Offer a few tips to help matches win you over.
NOTE: I'm not a fan of traditional monogamous relationships.
Jealousy doesn't have a place in my dictionary.
I'm in a wonderful, loving, open relationship with someone who's
married to someone else. Yes - it's an open marriage too. It's
pretty much the most beautiful thing I've done. There's always room
for more love in life.
I strongly believe in this: More love is never a problem but more
hate is. The world is chock full of cool cats and I'm here to meet
as many as I can. If you're more tuned to monogamous relationships,
maybe the next profile would suit you better. If you think we would
be good friends and still respect our different views on
relationships, please say hello!
You think peace and human life take precedence over everything
else. If you think just dissolving national boundaries and
religions is the only way for peace! Basically if you're a
religious/nationalistic nut, thanks but no thanks...I don't care
how hot you are or how smart you are....Not my cup of tea!
Oh....also if you think airplanes are cool, children are amazing,
dancing is good and beer is god!
So if I visited your profile or rated 5 stars and didn't write, it
was probably because
a) I got the feeling you are not a fan of non-traditional
b) I got mauled by a three headed racoon
c) I became a born-again Christian at that exact moment and online
dating is a sin
d) I'm a complete asshole/I don't know beauty when I see it/I'm
playing a game/I'm not that hot anyway
e) I'm too busy to write a well-thought out message and saved you
for another day - in which case go ahead and say hello!
f) None of the above - Your profile told me you're looking for long
term dating and I probably thought 'Gee! She seems like a hoot and
half. Too bad she's here on a mission to find that special someone'
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