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semiprime

36 M Indianapolis, IN

My Details

Last Online
Online now!
Orientation
Straight
Ethnicity
White
Height
5′ 7″ (1.70m)
Body Type
Average
Diet
Anything
Smokes
No
Drinks
Socially
Drugs
Never
Religion
Agnosticism
Sign
Capricorn, and it’s fun to think about
Education
Graduated from university
Job
Medicine
Income
Rather not say
Relationship Status
Single
Relationship Type
Offspring
Has kids
Pets
Likes dogs and has cats
Speaks
English (Fluently), German (Poorly)

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My self-summary
Dating hazard:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hXL8w3zgQf8

Supposedly, I'm an ENFJ. I finally took a personality test just to see what all the fuss was about. I don't know that I buy into it, at least fully. Things aren't so black and white. I struggled with answering lots of the questions in a dichotomous format. Just like the Q&A OKC gives. Donnie Darko and the life line scene anyone? Anyways, for folks who wanna know...there you have it. - The Giver.

We are the authors, the directors, the executive producers of our life stories. Our success in it tends to be directly proportional to our decision making process. May we choose wisely and happily. We are the weavers.

I believe that conflict is inevitable in any type of relationship really (unless one simply has no spine at all). Here's the thing: Conflict and its resolution is healthy! It's a good thing. You have to be willing to handle it. It's an important part of learning and growing.

While it may take only sixty seconds to fall for someone's charm, it takes greater than or equal to six months to really get to know someone. Ya know, the nitty gritty. The real shit. So, go with the flow. Don't gotta rush it, yo.

You can do the math and over think and over analyze, but that tends to separate the body from the mind, and tends to separate one from the simplicity of happiness. Face to face time is where it's at.

I'd like to visit all the National Parks before I die. Many of them are located out west, so a west by northwestern adventure would be rad!

I'd like to travel overseas some before I die too.

I'd like to hike/bike/canoe/kayak more. I'd like someone to do those activities with. (ending a sentence with a prepo - blasphomer!)
What I’m doing with my life
Living a modest lifestyle and within my means.

Having adventures as schedule and finances permit.

Careerin' it. I work in the healthcare field. Specifically, health insurance. My degree is in Mathematics and Education...if that matters to you.

Enjoying fountain square. Enjoying quality micro-brews and meads.

Being a parent. Hopefully making some positive contributions to the development and growth of two little ones. That's the goal, anyways. One is mine biologically. One is not, but it doesn't seem to matter to either of us. Turns out, we humans are connected by more important things than dna, if you're open to it.

I'm fairly certain I want to move to the Garfield Park area, in a charming historic brick home with a basement. Love the arches and German history in that area. Happens to be my Grandmother is from Germany. Also, if you're not familiar with a German named Kessler and his work and design on our city's park system, I encourage you to check it out. :). Another bonus, I could easily ride my bike to work from there using the cultural trail, and I dig that idea.

I'd like to go to roller derby games more. Skates, hip checks, fancy names, and boutfits...need I say more?
I’m really good at
Turning tired moments into pleasure.

Thinking for myself. Questioning authority. Biting the hand that feeds if necessary.

Stomping through the woods.

Mediocre @ Frisbee golf (or frolf, or disc golf...whatever label your prefer)

Researching crap.

Watching Netflix while laying on the couch.
The first things people usually notice about me
It depends if they see me coming or going.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
People still play favorites? I sort of liken favorites to having, say, a son and a daughter. Thing is, they are different, but I love them both equally. I don't favor either one.

some books: Emotional Intelligence, Leo Buscaglia's stuff, Hawking's stuff, Ed/psych stuff, mostly online article snippets here and there due to time these days

some music: Tool. APC. Puscifer. Tears for Fears. Daughter. Devotchka. Pearl Jam. Gorillaz. Etta James. Frank Sinatra. Steve Martin. Bear McCreary (he's the dude behind the music of the re-imagined Battlestar Galactica and The Walking Dead). Sunny Day Real Estate. Silver Sun Pickups. Hawaiian Folk. Juno soundtrack. Songza app. I tend to be a bit emotive with my music. If i'm in a certain mood, and I want to explore that more, I will choose something to enhance that. If I want to be in a certain mood/emotion that I'm not currently in, I will choose something to help get me there. Also, I don't feel like listing a shit load of artists I like.

some love stories (I felt it appropriate being on OKC and all): Punch-Drunk Love, Safety Not Guaranteed, Juno, Silver Linings Playbook, Observe and Report, The Little Prince, The Dot and the Line, Flatland

some shows: Derek, Seinfeld, The Walking Dead, Sleepy Hollow, Almost Human has some potential, Arrested Development, Daily Show, Reno 911, Battlestar Galactica, Modern Family, Nova Science, Kids in the Hall, Upright Citizens Brigade, 60 Minutes, Frontline, Nature, Dexter, Six Feet Under

movies. Dead Poets Society. Seven Pounds. Lars and the real girl. A.I. And lots and lots more. Like music, I have many that I really, really like across many genres. To something like a well funded big budget Spielberg film, to something Focus Features made, to something only a very, very small percentage of the population has ever heard of. Sometimes I want something thought provoking, sometimes emotive, sometimes I wanna see shit blown up, sometimes aliens, sometimes suspense/horror...as long as it's good at what its intent is. Like most art or things in life, 75% mediocre maybe. The trick is finding that 25% that really moves you.

OKC needs to put comedy as an item on here. It's one of my favorite art forms. The value of comedy and a great sense of humor can't be emphasized enough. If you don't like funny, we're probably sunk.
The six things I could never do without
More like prefer to not do without. A technical note, it says "thing" here, so I take that as an inanimate object, in the context of person, place, or thing. So, persons and places aren't part of the question, are they?

- A good beer, mead, or cocktail
- Smartwool socks. I *heart* them!
- A good pair of hiking boots/shoes
- discs: driver, midrange, putter
- all wheel drive
- 3.5mm audio cable: it's nice to have tunes while driving. Also, you get to hear "What does fox say" at least once per trip anywhere when your kids are in the car.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
If I was a lady looking at my profile, would I want to date me or smack me? I kinda hope both!

Arrogance and ego...and how it gets in the way of things.

Did that last sentence I wrote on here have subject-verb singular-plural agreement? And yes, I know the eff'n difference between your, you're...to, too, two...were, we're. They're called homonyms, these sets specifically, are homophones. However, sometimes I get in a hurry and edit later. Meh.

Shit, I'm still on this site. Ain't life a kick in the head?

If my words accurately reflect my thoughts/feelings. Interpretation can be a bitch.

I am just a copy of a copy of a copy of a copy. It's all already been done before.
On a typical Friday night I am
Perhaps with the kiddos. Perhaps at home. Perhaps out with friends. Perhaps on a date, and realizing I make the waitress laugh more than my date...check please! And also, can I get the waitress's number now?
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
weinerschnitzel! I'm not gonna lie, I can be a late night drunk texter on the occasion that I'm drunk. But! My p...er, heart...is in the right place.

Also, whenever I see a woman's screenname with the words box or taco in it, I giggle inside and hope it was an intentional double entendre.
I’m looking for
  • Girls who like guys
  • Ages 26–46
  • Located anywhere
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating
You should message me if
you curse regularly like Natalie's character in Love Actually. however, that doesn't preclude you from having a spectacular vocabulary and knowing how to use it.

you don't have a bazillion parameters written out on what your ideal man should be like. I mean, fuck, c'mon. You gotta limit that shit to a handful or less.

you feel like grabbing a beer or wine or mead.

you wanna play some last gen Nintendo wii, and drink while doing it.

you feel like taking a hike. i recently bought an outback. I want to utilize its value more. let's go have outdoor adventures!

you feel like playing some frolf.

you don't take yourself too seriously, yet are serious and disciplined when it counts.

you dig that's what she said jokes and various clever sexual under&overtones in day to day conversation/texting.

you want to build something that matters.

When we spend time together, the jagged edges tend to disappear.

When I'm with you, we have fun!

If you're a mermaid...Splash. Later on we'll follow love...and ride on endless wave.