I consider myself chivalrous, and a gentleman, and I really like that about myself. I get along with just about everyone I meet.
I sometimes make a pretty bad first impression, my second impression has actually been worse on occasion. But my third impression is fantastic!
I love watching and making movies, I love playing music and going to shows. I love good beer and good food. I make the worst jokes at the worst times. I have no style or fashion sense. I'm pretty much jeans and t-shirts, and zip-down hoodies. I have, on several occasions, left the house wearing my slippers and not realizing until someone points it out. I absolutely love clutter! I love to cook and would love someone to cook for/with!
I've been told by multiple people, " Most people like to think outside of the box, but you live outside of the box. It's what I like most about you, but it also really makes me want to punch you in the face!" Their words.
I was also recently told by a friend, "You are awesome and impossible at the same" Not sure how to take that one.
Practicing my Rhetoric on strangers!
Taking lots of photographs!
I like to go places by myself and quietly sit, photographing folks without their knowing.
Finding beauty in randomness!
Working on an awesome non-profit web series about independent music in Philadelphia called Shaking Through. Check it out www.shakingthrough.com
I'm more mediocre at lots of things than really good at one particular thing. I really like to cook but I can't say that I'm really good at it...I'm trying to be modest, It's difficult because I'm awesome!
I procreate very well!...Damnit, yeah see, it doesn't work, it just sounds really creepy!
My tattoos...they were designed by my son.
I smile with my eyes...so I'm told.
And I look like that guy from that show with the beard...
Right now I am reading the original Wizard of Oz to my son, it's so much better than the movie.
Movies: Anything from Arronofsky, Alfonso Cuaran, Oliver Stone, Fernando Meirelles. Too much more to continue. I have a fair amount of guilty pleasure movies, but for now I'll keep them to myself.
TV: Mostly Hulu and Netflix, I'm stuck on Fringe at the moment. Community, Modern Family, It's Always Sunny, SOA, The Walking Dead, anything on the Food Network.
Music: The Alarm Clocks, RJD2, The xx, MC5, The Black Keys, Bass Drum of Death, Martin Sexton, Sean Hayes, Joe Purdy, The Raconteurs, Delta Spirit, Tame Impala, Juston Stens, Cold War Kids, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Free Energy, Lou Reed, The Beastie Boys, Nirvana, Son House, Junior Kimbrough, R.L. Burnside, Billie Holiday, Grant$, Garage a Trois, Toy Soldiers, Pattern is Movement, Ramona Falls, Ray LaMontagne, The White Stripes, Stanton Moore, Strand of Oaks, Hezekiah Jones, Galactic, Phish, MMW, Miles Davis, Charlie Parker, Johnny Vidocovich, Tribe Called Quest, The Roots, Pennywise, NOFX, Strung Out, I'll stop before I get carried away.
Food: I love to cook and eat, I love everything except mushrooms and tofu.
a device to capture random images
a zip-down hoodie
a tether to reality
Why is it that as I get older my body no longer acclimates to cold temperatures?
The great comeback i just thought of, and how it would have been of use three hours ago.
How I miss the days when you had to go out and organically meet people.
Why everyone wants to play the ukulele.
Maybe I'd like to switch careers, become a janitor.
Why showing a picture of my son and saying "look how well I procreate" isn't a suitable pick up line...it should be:).
Why people refuse to date those with children, it's pretty presumptuous to think that I'm looking for new mother for my son, he already has one of those.
If everyone is so laid back and outgoing, why are we all on this website?
If I don't speak to my son everyday I start to feel like all the cheerfulness has gone from the world.
When I see someone's profile photo with a friend in it, I almost always find the friend more attractive.
The older I get the more strange my bucket list gets. It includes such things as: borrow money from a loan shark, hiring an escort, not for sex but to discuss foreign currency and the overall depreciation of the dollar, go skinny dipping in my high school principals swimming pool, have sex in a church, find an elderly woman to drive around, etc.
I despise emoticons...but I love :) deal with it.
I'm kind of messy, so much so that I sometimes just sit and stare at it, wanting to punch myself in the face. I would clean it up but I'll defer to my forementioned love of clutter.
I am a little afraid of the dark, ghosts, and I have a paralyzing fear of centipedes... oh yeah, I also believe in ghosts.
I got banned from the Cape May Zoo for trying to illegally take ownership of a prairie dog.
I've forgotten how to do long division.
I usually send a nice lady a smile as a message, mostly because if we met in person that would be the first thing I'd do before we start a conversation. I guess it's my way of holding on to the old days when people met people in person. It usually gets no response, I blame it on all the shirtless bathroom mirror selfie taking men who over saturate the market with messages about their laid back, easy going perdonalities, oh did I mention my abs! Which results in the messages from nice gentlemen being overlooked for not being memorable enough. Honestly, would an in person meeting go better if I opened up with a tirade about my great looks, my laid back easygoing personality, and some ridiculous over the top self compliment while taking off my shirt, or if I just smiled and said hello?
I love a woman with a wonky tooth, in fact, perfect teeth kind of creep me out!