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objectivist86

27 M Chicago, IL

My Details

Last Online
Today – 6:31pm
Orientation
Gay
Ethnicity
White
Height
5′ 10″ (1.78m)
Body Type
Thin
Diet
Mostly anything
Smokes
No
Drinks
Socially
Drugs
Never
Religion
Atheism
Sign
Virgo, but it doesn’t matter
Education
Graduated from university
Job
Administration
Income
$70,000–$80,000
Relationship Status
Single
Relationship Type
Offspring
Doesn’t want kids
Pets
Likes dogs
Speaks
English (Fluently)

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My self-summary
I love my life and make the best of every day. Everyone has rough mornings, bad afternoons and crappy nights, but I strive to move out of funks and away from negativity. If you find yourself dreading going to work every day, upset with yourself on a regular basis or generally discontent, I'm not the guy for you, friend or otherwise.

Ayn Rand's "The Virtue of Selfishness" is an extremely centering book, and much of it details how I try to live my life. I have high standards for those whom I bring into my life, friends and otherwise, and I strive to hold myself to those same standards. I have friends who are Christian/atheist, democrats/republicans, yogis/engineers and everything in between, so I'm not saying objectivism is what I look for in a person, but it is what I try to abide by.

So many of our emotions are what set us apart from animals, and I am a proponent of self-awareness, including being able to laugh at one's self, improve one's self and love one's self.

I embrace wit, sarcasm and quirkiness, and I feel I have honed my abilities in these areas. I can sound like a too-proper tight-ass at first, but I really am the Italian kid with tattoos who wears a suit and tie by day and who prefers to kick back in chucks and a hat at the end of the day.

A wise and close friend of mine recently commented that I have little concern for or awareness of normal social boundaries; that is to say, I really am comfortable speaking my mind almost to the point of confrontation. I don't intend that disposition to come across as asshole-ish, but I'm sure it does. In any event, I'm super aware of that now and hopefully can convey the same sentiments more tactfully moving forward. I'm tremendously thankful to the friend for seeing that trait of mine, respecting its importance as part of me and for understanding that it's a type of raw, burning honesty more than anything.

I love being caught off-guard and surprised in a good way. Juxtaposition is sexy as hell.

I swear like a sailor and believe in an extremely small government.

I mean what I say, and I say what I mean. I hold others to the same standard. I have no place in my value system for lying.

I value communication in all sectors of life. It's the foundation and cornerstone of truth and honesty, clarity and learning, teaching and self-awareness.

I have great, open relationships with my nuclear family. My "friends-family" is comprised of fewer people with deeper, more connected relationships than a huge group of 15 or 20 people.

I graduated from a liberal arts college near Orlando, FL, and I loathe humidity and heat like that in Orlando; I'll take the snow and cold winds to that heat any day of the week (and cuddling in temperatures below 60 degrees is amazing).
What I’m doing with my life
I'm an executive assistant, and after having seen "The Devil Wears Prada," I can attest to the complete truth and reality in that movie (only I work for an awesome and kind executive). I love what I do and understand the value of having a job that makes me happy. Second to that, I value time both with myself and with friends, both new and old. I can just as well enjoy a night at home, cooking dinner and watching TV, as I can getting to an improv show.

I don't see the point in wasting any moments of my life in stressful or less-than-quality situations, so I try not to surround myself with negative people or jobs or investing time at events I don't enjoy or scenes I don't love. I value smiling as often as possible, and exploring the city and new hobbies are definitely fun in my eyes.
I’m really good at
cooking, listening, kissing. I'm also great at eating cookies and milk, working double entendre into conversations, typing at fast speeds, reading people, math and getting ready quickly in the morning (but I'm awful at waking up; I tend to set six or eight alarms, starting an hour before I need to wake up). I'm great at over-analyzing situations and playing Devil's Advocate, as I always believe a person should know why he believes something or feels a particular way about something. My memory is damn-near great.
The first things people usually notice about me
I have a strong mastery of words. I love and appreciate language, so I'd say my speaking style stands out.

I'm also pretty quick on my feet and can get a good laugh out of someone who's truly laid back with quips and comments.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Television - Orange is the New Black, West Wing, Golden Girls, Law and Order: SVU, Will and Grace, RuPaul's Drag Race...

Books - The Virtue of Selfishness, Men Women & Children, The Average American Male, Children of the Sun, The Secret History

Movies - The Heat (I've only seen it four times at the theater!), Olympus Has Fallen, Prime, Shortbus, Mona Lisa Smile, Alien Resurrection, Mrs. Doubtfire, Sister Act, In the Land of Women, Seven, Strangers, Crash (the list really goes on...)

Music - I'm soaking up fun. a ton as of late. I also listen Frank Sinatra and Jay Brannan to Sugarland and Terri Clark, No Doubt to Ke$ha. I appreciate a wide range of music, particularly jazz, alternative, house music and country. I'm not big on rap.

Food - I absolutely love to cook. I'm great with Italian but love to try different foods (in my own kitchen and at new restaurants). I'm a huge fan of hole-in-the-wall places and random fare.
The six things I could never do without
1. Garlic
2. Time for myself
3. Hot showers
4. Cold pillows and blankets (I sleep in freezing temperatures and don't understand how people manage in 70+ degree temps under blankets)
5. Unplanned, late-night talks about life, the universe and everything.
6. Personal, inalienable rights
I spend a lot of time thinking about
what new dish I can cook for dinner, how to better articulate and defend my points of view, what business I could successfully start with a significant profit margin, what it would have been like to attend a Frank Sinatra concert, what my two-hour stand-up show would include if I went on to become a comedian, how awful advertising has become, the shortest route to take from point A to point B, and what tattoo I want next.
On a typical Friday night I am
hopefully a shining example of atypical. Routine can be welcome at times, but I like to keep things varied. Some Friday nights are spent by myself, in bed early, watching Golden Girls. Other Friday nights, I like to go to new or familiar bars with friends and enjoy drinks and dancing. Other Fridays I'm cooking for a guest or two at home, or maybe I'm out at a new restaurant, or maybe I'm working.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
For now? I can down at least half a pack of Oreos or Chips Ahoy in one sitting. And I love to do so regularly.
I’m looking for
  • Guys who like guys
  • Ages 25–35
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating
You should message me if
you can keep up. I'm confident but not unapproachable, and I expect the same in people whom I invest my time getting to know.

Also, take the time to check out at least some of the questions I answered (nearly all of which I've answered publicly).

If you're in a position to get to know a great, self-aware, mature guy, drop a note. Forewarning: I have the potential to be charming.