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28 Wyoming, MI Man


I’m looking for

  • Women
  • Ages 20–35
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends

My Details

Last Online
Yesterday – 9:39am
5′ 11″ (1.80m)
Body Type
Mostly anything
Taurus, but it doesn’t matter
Graduated from university
Rather not say
Strictly monogamous
Doesn’t have kids, but might want them
Likes cats
English (Fluently)

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My self-summary
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Exciting first sentence!

Okay, now that the excitement is done, I think I should be clear with my intentions here: I'm looking for one or more close female friends ("she-friends"? "ladyfriends"?) to talk with and preferably hang out with once we've gotten to know each other well enough that it's not, like, weird to be real people (not Internet people) in the same (real) place at the same (real) time (in other words, once we both have a sufficiently high confidence that the other will not attempt to steal our organs and sell them on the black market).

{And the end goal of all goals is that one of these ladyfriends and I end up magically falling in love and living happily ever after with our 3 cats in the burnt out wreck of a cargo freighter... or a peach pit or whatever... I'm not quite sure how this whole happily ever after thing works.}

But ignore that part in brackets! Like, put your hand over it or something so that it's like it's not there and like your hand is there to cover up... um... a hole in the Internet. Yeah. The part in brackets is Part 2. I know guys are all like "blah blah blah, yeah, friends" but secretly MEAN Part 2, but I am SO not those guys. Part 1 is the goal, the buouy that keeps my soul afloat in a sea of despair [I don't think I meant to say this part?], the main course; Part 2 is the winning lottery numbers that you find in your fortune cookie.

It took me *so* long to come up with that metaphor.

Part 1 comes first, and likely only Part 1 happens. UNLESS MAGIC! This is important to me because I highly value female friends (of any type/status: strictly platonic, taken, available, lesbian, space alien that looks human but has really scary sex parts), I don't value male friends (of any type/status: stupid, pigheaded, arrogant, backstabbing, space alien that looks human but acts too nice and is secretely plotting our demise), and I only rarely have opportunities to meet new people. I would much rather have a long-term friendship with a girl who I am not quite compatible with than a short-lived ill-fated attempt at a romantic relationship.

Maybe this is naive, but my idea of an ideal relationship is one that grows from a close friendship, not one started by a crush or one stranger asking out another.

Now about me:

I tend to ramble (as you can clearly see), and spend a lot of time on word choice. I'm always second-guessing things I wrote. Actually, I guess I'm just insecure in general, but I'm working on that... or trying to at least.

I try to be open and honest with girls as much as possible, although I've been told that this makes it seem like I'm coming on too strong/oversharing. I don't like men in general, though, so I lie to them all the time. Because it's fun. Might as well get some use out of them, amiright? :P

I like particle physics, psychology, cryptography, philosophy, ancient Greek mythology, Shakespeare, character dramas, and sci-fi.

I value talking about feelings, the deeper truths of life, and peoples' inner qualities. "Surface talk" is valuable too! So go ahead: tell me about your day. I'll probably be interested.
What I’m doing with my life
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Working, working, and not much else. I'm a little "between hobbies" right now--things I used to love spending time on have become a bit too close to what I do for my job (a hazard of getting your dream job, I suppose), so I'm currently looking for new things to enjoy in my free time. Currently I sink myself into computer games with strong storytelling elements (or at least meaningless RPG stats and gear I can obsess over), but it usually feels like a placeholder for something better. Suggestions welcome!
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Shows: Battlestar Galactica (the epitome of the kind of deep character drama I'm into--don't even get me started), Agent's of S.H.I.E.L.D., Agent Carter, Arrested Development, Lost (I just need to pretend the "smoke monster" and the final season never happened), Helix (yeah I know... guilty pleasure), Falling Skies, Defiance, Archer.

As for music... well, my tastes are rather eclectic and depend on some sort of mystical phases I go through apparently. But here are some artists whose music I typically enjoy: Apocalyptica, Icon For Hire, Flyleaf, The Offspring, Limp Bizkit (guilty pleasure), Justin Timberlake, Seether, Ludacris, Rage Against The Machine (guilty pleasure), Britney Spears (imma just start abbreviating these with GP because apparently I have a lot of guilty pleasures), Skillet, Lindsey Stirling, Kanye West (hilarious), Far Too Loud, Skrillex, Jay-Z.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
The last dramatic TV show episode or movie I saw. I get drawn into the characters in those kinds of things pretty easily and it seems like mulling scenes over is my brain's go-to when I'm brushing my teeth or trying to fall asleep. It's kind of embarrassing to admit, but sometimes I'll rewrite a scene in my head so that the characters get along better.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Working--people clear out of the office pretty fast on Fridays, so it's nice and quiet and I can tap my foot or hum to my music without being inconsiderate. Although by the time it's truly "night" it's even odds whether I'm still truly working on what I intended or I've spiraled off into the rabbit hole known as Wikipedia.
You should message me if
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If you're looking for a guy who is a work in progress (is that a cliche yet?) but tries his best to be a straightforward, honest, thoughtful friend.
...and you can at least try not to be mean if/when a TV show makes him cry like a baby.
DEFINITELY message me if you're into hard sciences like particle physics, chemistry, neurology, cryptography and that sort of thing.