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39 Los Angeles, CA Man


I’m looking for

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  • Ages 25–33
  • Near me
  • For new friends, short-term dating

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Last online
Yesterday – 4:00pm
5′ 10″ (1.78m)
Body type
Mostly vegan
Other, but not too serious about it
Gemini, and it’s fun to think about
Graduated from university
Art / Music / Writing
Doesn’t have kids
Likes dogs and likes cats

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My self-summary
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Sunglasses: why are they plural? There are other things like that, for instance pants. What if I start saying to people "hey, have you seen my sunglass anywhere?" I'm sure it wouldn't catch on.

When I answer okcupid questions about a hypothetical partner, I feel like I have two answers a lot of the time. One answer for an ideal partner A, with whom I would be quite involved and would adore, and another answer for a partner B, that I would find attractive and have a nice time with semi-regularly, until we got bored of each other. Partner A I would want to have strong knees so that our offspring would be able to run long distances (if he/she were so inclined) and not walk around wincing with a cane at old age. Partner B, I don't care if she smokes because I won't be around when she gets lung cancer, just keep it out of my face and have a mint if you're going to kiss me. Partner A would be on the vegetarian side of the spectrum; I would see myself picking fights if she were into hunting and I would lecture her if she killed house spiders. Partner B probably wont be able to make me jealous and doesn't have to call me everyday. Partner A could get away with not showering and shaving regularly, as I would like the way she smelled. Partner B would laugh at my jokes, while partner A had better be able to make me laugh some of the time. The thing is it seems like the questions are targeting Partner A, even though I end up spending more time with Bs.
What I’m doing with my life
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music (recording and listening)
comics (drawing, not reading)
t shirts (designing, wearing)
I’m really good at
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algebra, taking a long time to put on clothes after waking up in the morning, eating lots of peanut butter, doing things my own way.

not good at: remembering birthdays, making dental appointments, doing the normal things in social situations.
The first things people usually notice about me
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Its fairly typical for people to think I am arrogant/stand-off-ish when they meet me, then later change their minds.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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books: Xanth novels

movies: A Fish Called Wanda, 3 Fugitives, The Graduate, Evil Dead 2, Fantastic Planet, Dark Crystal, The People VS Larry Flynt. I will watch pretty much any movie that is not black and white. Although I thought Magnolia was very boring and walked out. People said oh its amazing, but I thought it was a bunch of basic psychology that was super drawn out; i dint even get to the frogs part.

tv - reverse chronologically: Rick and Morty, American Dad, Walking Dead, True Blood, Dexter, CSI Las Vegas, Flight of the Conchords, Sealab, Simpsons, star trek, Cheers.

music: Them Crooked Vultures, Nirvana, Depeche Mode, Failure, Mars Volta, Autolux, Abandoned Pools, Band of Skulls...

Food: I don't pay people to enslave or kill animals, but I will eat their delicious carcasses if they are left to waste. People ask me if I'm vegetarian or vegan, I say "no, I'm a scavenger". I think its like being freegan but just because I haven't paid for something, doesn't mean some else didn't. I'm not religious about it though.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
Being weird. Games of some sort. Creative outlets like jokes, instruments, writing stories, coming up with neat ideas, being funny, humming melodies, drawing pictures. Decent health. My favorite songs.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
How come Okcupid doesn't have feedback like they do on ebay? You could give 1 to 4 stars for manners, punctuality, and if their appearance matched their pictures. Then overall you could select, "what a freak, don't date this person", "nice date, just not what I'm looking for", "satisfied customer, moving on" or "happily dating". Then people (women) could filter their inboxes for only positive ratings if they wanted. Of course creepers who started to stack up really bad ratings would delete their profiles and start again, so it wouldn't be a perfect system. Plus you would have a bunch of people complaining to OKcustomerservice that they don't deserve a bad rating...
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I get instantly angry when people snatch things out of my hands.

Someone messaged me thinking my screen name had something to do with Mokiki from the SNL sketch. It doesn't. I had never heard of it before then. Mokikan is a D&D NPC I made up. (You might have to look up NPC), (hopefully you don't have to look up D&D).
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I feel rude if I don't reply to people's messages. I suppose if I got 20/day like some women do I would get over that. Sometimes it gives people get the wrong idea though, so I'm making an effort to make it more obvious when you're in the friend zone and I'm replying to be polite or just carry on a conversation.