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42 • M • Atlanta, GA
I’m looking for
- Girls who like guys
- Ages 25–45
- Near me
- Who are single
- For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating
- Last Online
- Today – 11:56am
- 6′ 0″ (1.83m)
- Body Type
- Capricorn, and it’s fun to think about
- Working on Ph.D program
- Relationship Status
- Relationship Type
- Doesn’t have kids, but wants them
I also have an uncanny knack for picking up most sports given my age (all that gymnastics, swimming and running finally paying off...Thanks Mom!).
Intensity and persistent over long time horizons...
Mexican, Meat, Most things from the ocean, SUSHI (sashimi), really good shakes...anything BBQ or Grilled (Ummmm...FOOD! :)
AND...I recently purchased a VitaMix. I LOVE making green/veggie/fruit/etc. smoothies...
Let's just say I read a lot; I LOVE to read…don't you?
Alternatively, I'm fairly handy and could make nearly anything I really need (although electricity and plumbing might take a minute or two :)..
How weird it must be to not find this fun, how weird others often perceive my belief this is fun, and how amazing it is that I get paid to be weird. Along those lines, the fact that "normal" literally means "average."
Think about it.
As mentioned above, replace "normal" with the more technically precise term "mean," or just use the word "average."
"You aren't normal" is a compliment. You're average is an insult. Overall, my goals are not those of a normal person, and I can't seem to understand why someone would want them to be.
1) are open-minded, intelligent and take care of yourself mentally and physically
2) maintain internally consistent belief systems
3) are a "giver" and a "high achiever" because the former cannot survive long with a "taker," while the latter is because mediocre performers generally do not appreciate high achievers (and vice versa)
4) something I wrote above interests you....
I look forward to hearing from you!
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