*This may or may not be, like, profile-savvy or something, but just adding this quick message at the top anyway:
-If you "like" me, as in, are tempted to press the Like button or what have you, just send me a message instead. The site doesn't tell me who exactly is sending Likes unless I pay, which strikes me as cheesy and, knowing the internet, a bit gullible. I promise a fantastic and comfortable conversation, I'm good at those things. :)
About me: gentleman first, creative person second, regular guy third, pretty great uncle too!
What I’m doing with my life
I work in videogames, and have my own biz. It's a lot of work and not good for my back, but I haven't been happier since ditching the corporate crap.
I’m really good at
-Harnessing creative energies
-Making verbal sound effects (kapwushhh)
-Beating any game you are stuck on
-Making baked salmon and sauteed shrimp
-I'm literally decently flexible
The first things people usually notice about me
Eyes. People love 'em.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Fav movie: I don't have favorites, just ones that were really influential on me in how to tell a story. That runs from everything Robocop to Race For Your Life, Charlie Brown.
Fav shows = don't watch TV (I used to watch Game Of Thrones, then moved on) No, I'm not THAT guy, just not into it.
Fav music: I'm eclectic guy, but not annoying hipster eclectic guy, just "hey, check out this random 1920's french track I found" guy. If that IS annoying hipster guy, them I'm sorry. :(
Fav food: EVERYTHING, unless it has an ingredient on my Ingredient Sh!t List (ask me to find out)
The six things I could never do without
Six is a weird number, as in "he was talking about UFOs the other day" weird, so we rolling with 5, my lucky number.
-Family and friends
-My dev stuff for work
-Water (luv my H2O)
-Vanilla Latte with Whip Cream (ask any coffee place, I ALWAYS order the same without fail, they just make it whenever I walk in)
I spend a lot of time thinking about
If I get carpal tunnel from writing all this stuff, can I sue OkCupid? Actually, now that I think of it, do websites have product liabilities like physical products do? Like if I guy is texting a girl on OkCupid while walking and then falls down a flight of stairs, could he sue OkCupid for not telling him to not flirt on OkCupid while walking down stairs?
On a typical Friday night I am
Not suing OkCupid.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
You'll have to ask me about my Ingredient Sh!t List. :)
You should message me if
If you want to laugh about stuff and then sue OkCupid together and use the millions to buy beachfront.