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34 M Indianapolis, IN

My Details

Last Online
Today – 9:07am
5′ 11″ (1.81m)
Body Type
Mostly anything
Virgo, and it’s fun to think about
Working on university
Science / Engineering
Rather not say
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Has kids, and might want more
Likes dogs and likes cats

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My self-summary
Have you ever wondered what life would be like today if internet dating had been available 50 years ago? Would your parents have gotten together? I mean, check it out. You browse through huge lists of potential mates, judging each one by their pictures or their ability to sum up their entire personalities in a little text box. Except most people aren't really all that good at describing themselves, maybe aren't the most photogenic people, and sometimes are just blatant liars. But we take those few lines and couple pictures and decide right then and there if that person would make a good partner for the rest of our lives, based on inconsequential things like whether or not they like sushi or football. Seriously? What about the things that actually matter? And why do so many people seem to be looking for a carbon copy of themselves? I mean, I fully understand deal breakers. The beauty of online dating is the ability to weed out the people that you're absolutely incompatible with. You don't want kids? Cool, I have 2 daughters that I'm highly involved with, so we probably wouldn't mesh that well. But you won't date anyone that doesn't eat sushi? Isn't that a bit much? I feel like holding out for absolute perfection just ensures that we stay single. Which is probably why the first thing that comes up when you discuss how to make a relationship work is the word compromise. (Followed closely by communication). Idk, maybe in today's age I'm just the weird one... Anyway, I guess the point to this whole rant is that if you want absolute perfection, I'm not it. I am willing to discuss and compromise on most issues though. So, if you can get past the fact that I refuse to eat raw fish, let's talk. If not, I wish you the best of luck on your journey. You probably still have a long road ahead of you...

"Who am I? I could be anyone..." If you know that quote, you're already a step up. I love that entire movie, but especially that one line. It could mean so many different things depending on where your head is... So, who am I? Well, I could tell you where I work, how much money I make, what car I drive, or what kind of clothes I wear, but I don't believe any of that makes you who you are. Or I could bore you to tears with a long list of adjectives that are the few aspects of myself that I think would best serve to attract you. Really though, not only is that horribly boring for you, it also makes me feel somewhat dishonest for the things I don't include, and I don't like the guilty feeling that accompanies that. And really, in the end, I believe that the only way to truly understand someone is with time. So I'll throw in a couple things that seem to be the biggest deal breakers and if you can work with that, we can go from there: I have a job and a car, I pay half for my house and my sister pays the other half (not because either of us can't afford it, but because it's cheaper and convenient for us both), I have joint custody of my 2 daughters, I smoke cigarettes and occasionally I'll smoke a joint (don't equate that to sitting around the house all day doing nothing but getting high, there's entirely too much to do in life for all that), and I'd generally rather play a video game than watch tv, although a good series on dvd or Netflix will hold my attention... So if you're cool with all that, let's talk. Don't be shy...

So, me... Hmm. That's a pretty deep subject... I took a personality test online recently, and it said I was an INTP. The summary seemed pretty spot on, you should check it out. It's at But really, as usual, there's a lot more to it than that. I'm a (mostly) reformed bad boy. I spent my childhood getting myself in, um, situations. It didn't exactly make for the most pleasant childhood, but in the end it had a lot to do with who I turned out to be. Throw in 7 years of TaeKwonDo training and an insatiable curiosity about absolutely everything, and you emerge with a huge bundle of contradictions... I believe in self-discipline, but rail against rules just for the sake of rules. I know my business and tend to keep myself out of other people's, but I'll fight for the underdog every time. I seem shy and quiet when you first meet me, but that wears off fast. I genuinely care about the people around me, and once you have my loyalty, there's almost nothing I won't do for you. I believe in forgiveness and second chances. Sometimes third chances, but that's pretty much where I draw the line. I have some unswerving beliefs about how children should be raised, including lots of playing, running, and laughing. Sometimes in the house... I have a very magnetic personality; most people seem to like me. I don't make close friends easily though. Absolute trust takes time. I treat everybody politely and am only an asshole when necessary, but I believe actual respect is earned, and nobody owes anybody absolute obedience. I'm really big on the idea of personal freedom. If my life choices don't directly impact you, there's no reason for your opinion to matter. On the flip side of that, I'm one of the least judgemental people you're likely to meet. I don't care how you choose to be happy, be a good person and we'll get along fine. There's still more, I'm sure, but I have to run. In the meantime, you should go check out that website. Tell me your type...
What I’m doing with my life
Focusing on my kids and my career...
I got a promotion! :)
I’m really good at
I'm good at whatever i decide to be good at, and i believe that's true for anybody who tries to make it true.

Currently, that includes fixing things, computer programming, and working out the best way to cut a part with a laser, amongst other things...
The first things people usually notice about me
My laugh; it's generally loud and happens often...
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Hmm, this could be a long answer... To keep it short, I'll read nearly anything, don't typically watch tv, and occasionally like a good action, thriller, or comedy. I'll listen to nearly anything, with the exception of most rap/r&b. My radio is generally tuned to X103 or a cd. As far as food goes, I can be a little picky... I don't do sushi, guacamole, squash, or hominy, and reserve the right to expand that list as necessary...
The six things I could never do without
1. My daughters
2. My computer
3. Programming message boards
4. Funny things (they're everywhere, if you're looking for them...)
5. A flatbed laser
6. Coffee
I spend a lot of time thinking about
What don't I spend a lot of time thinking about?
On a typical Friday night I am
Talk about a loaded question... At this point, mostly just sitting around the house hanging with my girls or else working on some project I've got going...
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I know the names of several of the My Little Ponies, I can sing along to the songs on the Rapunzel cd in my car, and of the last 3 movies I've seen at the theater, 2 of them were Disney princess movies. Disclaimer: I have 2 little girls...
I’m looking for
  • Girls who like guys
  • Ages 27–38
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating
You should message me if
You got to this point, and you actually read what I wrote. And yes, that's a pretty good indication of how I talk...