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27 / M / Straight / Single
- Last Online
- Yesterday – 9:39pm
- Hispanic / Latin, White
- 5′ 11″ (1.81m).
- Body Type
- Mostly anything
- Atheism but not too serious about it
- Scorpio but it doesn’t matter
- Graduated from college/university
- Clerical / Administrative
- Doesn’t have kids
- Likes dogs
- English (Fluently), French (Fluently)
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Navigating the lingering remnants of a quarter-life existential crisis. Having recently started a new job, I am now vacillating between whether I should apply to grad school or find a new job.
My previous job afforded me ample free time to read poetry and rage at The Economist's paywall, so there was that...
The logistics guy at my office just told me that my (and his) menial job is a kind of "self-abnegation." I'll have to think that over while doing nothing at work.
More seriously: my boss told me that I have "la flemme des anglais." Apparently I don't have the temperament to work at a financial firm.
Books: The wit of Wilde and Wodehouse, the humanist compassion of Dostoyevsky and Camus. Hesse, bien sûr.
Movies: Where to begin? The French New Wave. The Merchant Ivory films. Recent Almodovar movies. Losey because of the incomparable seductiveness of The Servant and Accident. Mankiewicz, if only because of Sleuth.
TV: Breaking Bad for its intensity, Mad Men for its subtlety. Top comedies would be Arrested Development, Peep Show, and Archer.
Music: The Smiths truly are the bee's knees. Bossa nova and jazz-rap also tickle my fancy.
Food: Is there any reason to go beyond the quintessentially French steak frites? I'm a bit of a rube. I like discovering reasonably priced restaurants with decent fare: L'as du Falafel, Chartier, the rue Saint Anne restaurants, Chez Gladines.
No, really, it comes in waves. There was a time when I ate, slept, and drank cinema (I recall a week in Busan, holed up in my apartment, watching 3, 4, 5 movies a day). Then, much later, there was a period of gobbling down TV shows.
Nowadays it's modernist poetry (particularly Larkin). But hey, poetry makes nothing happen.
Ink runs from the corners of my mouth. I have been eating poetry.
- Girls who like guys
- Ages 20–30
- Near me
- Who are single
- For long-term dating, short-term dating
You'd like to discuss a Philip Larkin poem. Or other poetry.
You want to (try to?) get last-minute tickets to the Opera with me.