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26 Little Elm, TX Man


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I’m looking for

  • Women
  • Ages 18–30
  • Near me
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating, casual sex

My details

Last online
Today – 3:07pm
6′ 5″ (1.96m)
Body Type
Mostly anything
Other, and laughing about it
Scorpio, and it’s fun to think about
Graduated from masters program
Seeing Someone
Mostly non-monogamous
Doesn’t have kids, and doesn’t want any
Likes dogs and likes cats
English (Fluently), Spanish (Poorly)
My self-summary
Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
I figured it was about time I rewrote this thing. A lot has happened in my life since first posting this, and I feel like the person who wrote this summary last is not the person who is writing it now.

I've always been a slave to the written word.
I've fallen into the world of the writer, that strange space somewhere between fiction and non-fiction where the things I make up in my head are just as important to my life as the things that are happening. I believe that a creative mind is the most powerful weapon in the universe, and an odd medley of unforgettable traits can achieve what billions of years and nearly infinite quantities of energy can only begin to understand. Life to me is about learning the world, so that I can better change myself, so that I can better change the world.

I live by the philosophy that life is too short to waste... But, just long enough that, if you hurry, you just might achieve all the things you've set out to do, love all the people you'll ever come to love, and if you’re really lucky, leave a mark on the world that will make life better, or at the very least, more exciting, for the next person.

I’ve returned to Okcupid looking for interesting conversation, unusual individuals, and adventure. So far it has yet to disappoint. I’m currently enjoying the company and love of one of the most unique individuals I have ever encountered, and I'm eager to surround myself with more of those who love and live life to the fullest.
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
I’ve lived a lot of lifestyles over the past few years, and I’ve learned some incredible things about the world. I’ve been the seedy nightclub bouncer, the crazy woodland survivalist, the martial arts instructor, the urban cowboy, the starving artist, the high intensity legal worker, and just about everything in between. At the moment though, I’m sitting in a cushy corporate desk making way too much money for the amount of work I do, and paying off my student loans. I’ve been doing this for a few months now, and I’m already getting restless. I’ve yet to see eastern Europe, or cliff dive, or wing-suit along the edge of a mountain, and I’m not getting to do those things sitting here.

Still, the whole steady income thing is noteworthy, but I’m sure at some point I’ll return to the world of uncertainty and adventure. I fiercely believe that if I’m going to go back into that world, I need to unchain myself from the debts I’ve incurred as a student, and this job seems to be a quick route to that freedom. Until that time though, I have the financial means to help a few friends with their dreams, improve the world a little, and explore the extent of good food and alcohol that financial security allows.

When most people take a vacation, they stop their repetitive tasks and go see something wonderful for a little while. I like to think I’m doing the opposite; to keep the wonderful from becoming commonplace, I’m taking a short break from it.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
-Writing; but you knew that already.
-Helping; I’m one of those people who are offended if you don’t come to them with a problem. I have either an insight or a solution for most things.
-Talking; another gift of a full life and an obsession with language, I absolutely love to talk with people, I love hearing their stories and learning their thoughts.
-Learning; perhaps my favorite part of being a writer; nothing is irrelevant, everything in potentially useful, or helpful, or vastly important. Every person contains a universe within them.
-Fixing; a necessity of varied life and the boon of a creative mind. I can fix anything from cars to people.
-Planting; we all have our odd little loves. mine is growing things.
The first things people usually notice about me
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
I stand out in a crowd, I always have, and have learned to embrace it. I’m really tall, well built, light blond hair, bright blue eyes, lots of tattoos… People always remember me, I like to think it’s because I’m also a likeable person. I’ve been told once that I have a very regal look about me, a sign of self confidence? Strong posture? Good breeding? Absolutely no idea what she meant by that, but I’ve always chucked at the thought.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Help your potential matches find common interests.
This admittedly is a strange section for me. I’m going to add a few to here that I think are relevant, and perhaps brush over a few broad categories. After all isn’t discovering someone’s interests part of the fun?

Favorite color:
The strange mix of green, yellow, and white that sunlight makes when it’s streaming through a forest canopy.

Favorite sound:
The impossible quiet of a crowd of people cheering at the top of their lungs in utter joy. It’s a transcendent sound, the calm on the other side of calamity. The sudden and inexplicable order formed from pure chaos and joy.

Favorite books:
This is a tough one. Seriously, it’s like trying to choose between your mentors. For casual reading, I’m a great fan of scifi and fantasy. I love the works of Asomov, Pratchett, Douglas, and Gaiman. If I want something utterly silly, Christopher Moore is my traditional go to. But, I tend to explore the musing of various philosophers, poets, social revolutionists and other interesting people who had something to say. I also have a mild obsession with collecting books on bushcraft and survivalism, call it a perpetual fascination with how little one needs to be self sufficient outside of society.

Favorite Movies:
This one is also pretty difficult, I honestly don’t have a favorite movie, what is your favorite movie? Let’s watch it. I get far more amusement out of people descriptions of their favorite movies than I ever do out of movies. Every movie is simply a complex form of storytelling, and that’s all I ever ask from life. If I must provide, for opinion's sake; I suppose I’ll stick with the book genres that draw me for casual reading. Scifi, fantasy, comedy, and occasionally I just want to watch someone kick down a door and go flying out of a helicopter while it’s exploding.

Ah, here we’re on more extensive territory. I like most music, if not really all. I’m not a fan of modern country, something about the soul-sucking quality that puts me off. And I can’t really stand some rap, perhaps it’s that non-conformist streak in me, or more likely I need some substance to my music, and rap often lacks it. But, I like some country, and I like some rap, so really…
But I digress, My musical passion tends to run the genres of Techno, from house music to trance. While I’m excited about the surge in popularity that EDM has recently received, I can’t help but notice the flood of mediocre techno that has recently poured into my channels. Make no mistake, while I appreciate Skrillex and Avichii for what they’ve done to the genre, I believe they are very much the tip of an extensive and impressive iceburg that very few people bother to dive to the bottom of to see. Anything beyond that is something I’ll likely listen to and probably love, but I’m going to make you ask me in person about it.

Yes, all of it yes. Months of living in the woods and eating nothing but berries and drinking pine needle tea gives you an appreciation for just about anything, and I won’t turn up my nose at almost any food. Not a massive fan of seafoods, but I’m also willing to put just about anything in my mouth.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
Living without for a while puts things into perspective on a level most people never experience. I’d recommend everyone try it sometime, you’d be amazed what you find out about yourself.

-Good Company: You will miss nothing more than that. I feel like people don’t understand how undeniably connected they are to each other until that connection is severed. You will wish for better food, a dry place to sleep, and water without things swimming in it, but you will lament the loss of your friends more than anything else.

-A Good Book: Because what is a book beyond an extended conversation with the thoughts of another person?

-Freedom; I completely understand why it’s such a buzz word in America right now, freedom is everything and nothing. It’s full of hope without promise, it’s pleasure without consequence.
It’s a mixed word that means a lot to a lot of people, but freedom to me is the ability to do all the things I truly love. Freedom to think, Freedom to learn, Freedom to wander. I am not a person that lives in the American frame of mind, I’m far too open with my thoughts for that, but I get it, I do.

-Good Food: Guilty pleasure, while the other needs are universal, I think this one is a lot more personal. It’s almost shameful how much I miss my spice cabinet when I’m out exploring.

I think that’s it. I know that's not six but hey, I’m not a hard person to please, apparently.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Words, Politics, Superheros? I don’t think this box is very fair, I am infinitely aware of just how many trillions of thoughts pour through my mind in any given hour, and I’m aware that most of it is nothing but an attempt to distract myself from whatever I’m doing.

Perhaps those droplets that I can pick from an ocean of thought might be: Music, survival, nature, politics, astrophysics, art, metallurgy, mechanics, botany, thrill seeking, spelling, evolution, playing cards, Pathfinder, bushcraft, and love, which is inevitably followed by sex, and sex, which is inevitably followed by love.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Oh dear, another one. Well, I try to avoid the word typical, or anything to do with being it. But, if I must admit my flaws in the quest for novelty, I’d say… seeing live music, reading, staring at the stars, making love, trying to stay warm, writing, or possibly rewiring something (looking back I find I spend a disproportionate number of fridays doing this.)
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
Dunno, what’s the most private thing you’re willing to ask?

I guess...
-I find good tattoos to be the sexiest thing people can do to themselves.
-I have an attraction to women with "chronic bitch face." Probably because I know their smiles are the kind that light up the world.
You should message me if
Offer a few tips to help matches win you over.
We have some level of match (seriously if you live and breath Jesus you're not going to like me, I promise, and it shows.)
you can spell, or at least make an effort
you find me interesting
you find yourself interesting