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roundpegsquared

29 M Goshen, NY

My Details

Last Online
Jul 4
Orientation
Straight
Ethnicity
White
Height
5′ 10″ (1.78m)
Body Type
Diet
Strictly anything
Smokes
No
Drinks
Rarely
Drugs
Never
Religion
Agnosticism, but not too serious about it
Sign
Leo, but it doesn’t matter
Education
Graduated from university
Job
Other
Income
Relationship Status
Single
Relationship Type
Offspring
Doesn’t have kids
Pets
Likes dogs and likes cats
Speaks
English (Fluently)

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My self-summary
I had an account on here before, but I hated the username and almost none of it was accurate anymore. Instead of retooling it, I figured it would be simpler to start from square one. Let's see how that works out for me.

Let's see... about me. About me. Most people that I know consider me a bit odd. Not the type of odd that ends you up in the wrong types of news. More like the odd that would typify me as eccentric if I had more money. I really love to talk and genuinely enjoy the sound of my own voice. I wouldn't consider myself a narcissist though, because I love the sound of other voices as well.

All those words, and they said so little. That's pretty messed up of me. I'm a nerdy dude with a strange sense of humor who is looking for friends, possibly a partner, and maybe even a roleplaying group. In case you're wondering, that last thing is a lot less kinky than you probably think it is. Unless you have a fetish for people rolling dice. In which case... good for you!
What I’m doing with my life
It generally isn't a great idea to talk specifics about your job on the internet where coworkers, future employers, and former employers can easily look. I'm putting my BA to use through high end customer service. I will leave it up to you to cast detect sarcasm on that prior message to gauge whether or not it's genuine.

I attempted to grow a goatee and it was a disaster. I will not repeat that mistake ever again. My crime against humanity is preserved in my photos.

After a long hiatus, I've started writing again and submitting it. I haven't gotten something accepted in a long, long time. And where I did get published is either in the category of "college literary journal" or "embarrassing." Maybe I'll share the latter with you if you're good.
I’m really good at
It's very difficult to gauge what oneself is good at. Especially when you're the type of person who would use the word "gauge" more than once in a profile on a dating website. Let alone someone who would say "oneself." Holy dogcheese, I can't believe I said that. Old English habits die hard. Perhaps I should rephrase that, so you don't think I'll start talking like this: "Hwæþre him gesælde ðæt þæt swurd þurhwod wrætlicne wyrm...." Yes, that is from Beowulf pulled at random. No, I have absolutely no idea what it says and I don't feel like checking right now. No, I meant that I was an English major (and a Philosophy minor).

But I'm dodging the question, aren't I?

I'd say that I'm a good writer because that's what I've been constantly told throughout my entire life. But if you look throughout the internet you will see people who consider themselves good writers everywhere. How many of them are actually good? I'd venture probably about 5%, though I think I'm being generous. Creatively, I suppose I score some points since I seem to have ideas people claim are original. Technically, I'm sure I've made many grammatical errors. I've used at least word that isn't a word. I also used Firefox's spellchecker more than once. I'm clearly a terrible person.

I've also been told I'm a good listener. That comes from genuinely being interested in people and their ideas. As a result, I'm more likely to examine ideas that I don't agree with than outright reject them.
The first things people usually notice about me
That depends. Visually, I'd say my eyes are commented on more often than any other part of me. I have slightly differently colored eyes. One is green, and the other is blue. My voice is also rather striking.

Depending on where we are, people either have the impression that I'm a chatterbox or that I almost never talk. I'd say that the former's more accurate. If you work with me and happen to be glancing at this, I'm sure you're surprised I'd say that. Well, HA! I sure showed you something... HYPOTHETICAL COWORKER! Yeah.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I just typed up a huge thing and accidentally lost it. I'm coming back to this later.

Short answer: I will try almost anything once. The only things I really hate are Twilight and anything directed by Michael Bay. Unlike people who say they hate them, I gave them a try first. Only exception: I haven't given Uwe Boll a chance, and I'm unlikely to give him one.
The six things I could never do without
On second thought, I really hate this prompt. There are plenty of things that I couldn't do without. This prompt is a thing I can do without.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Things and/or stuff. I'm especially fond of thinking of "stuff."

Really? I don't know about you, but my mind is all over the place. I think about a varied amount of things throughout the day. Like most people, my thoughts range from things like: "Should I should get up early so I can eat a terribly fatty breakfast sandwich (though I will surely regret it later)" to "How does genetics fit into free will?" I'd assume that most people would tell me to exclude mundane thoughts and that conventional wisdom would say that it's pretty pretentious to say you think of things like determinism.

Fuck those people.
On a typical Friday night I am
Playing D&D or doing some other nerd shit. In fact, if you're in the area and you roleplay feel free to message me. I'm not currently in a group, but I'm not picky. I prefer story oriented games to hack n' slash, though.

Wait, isn't this supposed to be a dating profile? Oh, shit! Umm... I what I meant to say is I go dancing and polish my Ferrari... AT THE SAME TIME!
I’m looking for
  • Girls who like guys
  • Ages 25–35
  • Near me
  • For new friends, long-term dating
You should message me if
...you read this and you want to message me. I always thought this section was a little silly. Why should I tell you who to message? I'm not going to stop you, anyway! Message everyone on OKCupid if you want.

Okay, that's probably a bad suggestion. It would take you a long time, and then while you're writing things to people some people will probably respond and you'll be like, "Oh, I should be polite and send something back," and then you're sending responses. But they keep on piling on and on. All just because you decided to message everybody.

You monster.