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48 / F / Straight / Single
- Last Online
- Apr 13
- 5′ 9″ (1.75m).
- Body Type
- Graduated from college/university
- Computer / Hardware / Software
- Has kids
- Likes dogs and has cats
- English, C++ (Okay)
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I dance regularly. I will see any music live.
I play the devil's advocate. My brain is contrary. A friend calls me a 'polarity responder'. That doesn't mean that I'm against everything, it's just that my head is always trying to find the exception to any rule. It's as if I have to know the limits, before I can find the middle. It makes sense to me, but then it's my brain.
I still read comic books and love SciFi. I'd be more excited about meeting Joss Whedon or Wil Wheaton then getting a $1000 gift certificate to Abercrombie & Fitch.
Movies: What Dreams May Come, Roxanne, Milk, Bright Star,
TV Shows: Walking Dead, American Horror Story, Whisker Wars
I'm just a little bitter about having to go gluten-free. The doc says I'll probably never get to have my favorite food (bagels) ever again.
I'm predominantly a pattern thinker, although I have a visual component to my thinking. I find that I have no understanding of verbal thinking. Although I really appreciate people who can think verbally.
I was talking to a friend about how the way you think has a fundamental impact on your personality. Thinking styles are such a basic building block of who you are that I'm amazed that they don't test students.
Think about your primary thinking style: verbal, pattern, visual.
- Guys who like girls
- Ages 43–50
- Near me
- Who are single
- For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating, activity partners
I'm not poly. I appreciate that it can be hard for poly folk to find new people to play with, so you don't like to self-identify publicly. I find it frustrating that I can't weed you guys out of my matches because of your unwillingness to properly identify your relationship status.
I'm a bit cautious about meeting someone that I've met online. I won't just come over to your place for a bootie call, so don't even go there. I have met many people that I've met online, but it takes time. Patience is a desirable trait.
I'm kinda partial to monkeys. If you think you know what that means and you are one, let me know.