Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
I'm fairly sure I could hold a conversation with anyone, aside from
genuine mutes and fans of "Glee." Those two groups give me the
You may be able to tell that I joke about everything, including
areas of serious pain. Some might call that a defensive mechanism.
I call it being fun.
This is my first time with a dating site, so this whole experience
is more than a little horrifying. That being said, meeting people
at bars is difficult and awkward. Drop me a line if you're
What I’m doing with my life
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I write about the ridiculous, violent and awesome sport of hockey
for a living. They even encourage me to write bad puns and awful
jokes. It's clearly what I was spawned to do.
(For the record, you don't have to love hockey or sports. All I ask
for is tolerance.)
In addition to that job, I have an insatiable desire to do
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Eh, that seems conceited.
Besides, I'm like, good at everything.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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As much as I fancy fine art and deep philosophical texts, TV and
movies are a nice escape from reality. That's why I love It's
Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Arrested Development and other shows
of its ilk. I have a love/hate relationship with zombie movies (in
that I love the good ones and hate the bad ones). Pretty lofty
A few music choices: Most of Mike Patton's work (Faith No More, Mr.
Bungle, etc.), Arcade Fire, Hercules & Love Affair, the New
Pornographers and other forms of oddball rock.
Movies: I absolutely love documentaries (Murderball, The King of
Kong, many others), Coen brothers, Cronenberg, pre-creepy child
molester Woody Allen, Simon Pegg's work (Shaun of the Dead, Hot
Fuzz) and so on.
Books: "The Game" by Ken Dryden is pretty much a requirement for
any hockey writer/fan. I'm a big fan of Malcolm Gladwell, Chuck
Klosterman and other exhaustive thinkers.
Generally I think I'm about a 7 on the irritating Snob-o-Meter.
The six things I could never do without
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Food, oxygen, water, shelter, sarcasm and explosions.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I'm deeply ashamed of my inability to grow a beard. Kurt Russell's
face-nest in "The Thing" is a source of both awe and envy.
You should message me if
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