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28 M Los Angeles, CA

My Details

Last Online
Oct 7, 2013
6′ 0″ (1.83m)
Body Type
Mostly vegetarian
Graduated from university
Art / Music / Writing
Relationship Status
Seeing Someone
Relationship Type
Doesn’t have kids
Has dogs and likes cats
English (Fluently), Bengali (Fluently), Hindi (Poorly), Spanish (Okay), C++ (Poorly)

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My self-summary

I have a girlfriend that I'm ridiculously and disgustingly in love with. I only have this to look review other people's profiles. In all likelihood it'll be gone in a week.
What I’m doing with my life
I really want to be a professional art thief. It's really easy (have you SEEN the "security" at the MOCA??). The problem is that I don't know where to find potential buyers. I can't just walk up to people on the street, pull open one side of my trenchcoat and be like,"Pssst, wanna buy a Rembrandt?" I've tried, it never works.

I guess you could say... I'm looking for a "partner in crime" (see what I did there??)

People have told me since I moved out here that I should be auditioning for brown people stuff, but I don't want to be another bastard with a headshot. Apparently there's a high demand for terrorist parts on TV.

Incredibly sexy terrorists.
I’m really good at
Writing music for film. Check out my take on the title sequence for the movie Drive:

Then tell the director on your latest project about me because you probably work in production.
The first things people usually notice about me
I get "Wow, you smell REALLY good!" a lot. Does this mean most guys don't smell very good? Or do people expect me to smell like curry?
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food


I'm wary of people that only list books that were required reading in school.

Anything by Philip K. Dick (well except his later stuff when he was so messed up on drugs, the books stopped making ANY sense)

H.P. Lovecraft, Dante's Inferno, American Gods by Niel Gaiman, Blink, Fight Club, Survivor, Rant, in other words the Chuck Palahniuk books that don't have the same damn main character, A Prayer For Owen Meany


80's slashers: Sleepaway Camp, Silent Night Bloody Night, House On Sorority Row
Italian giallo: Your Vice Is A Locked Room And Only I Have The Key, The Girl Who Knew Too Much, Blood And Black Lace
Foreign: Mesríne: L'Instinct De Mort, M, Sympathy For Lady Vengeance, Ikiru
Hollywood: Trainspotting, Drive, Black Swan, Eternal Sunshine, Snatch, The Aviator, Bram Stoker's Dracula (the Gary Oldman one)
"Indie": Brick, Mirrormask, Being John Malkovich, Royal Tenenbaums, Darjeeling Limited
Sci Fi: Chiidren of Men, District 9, Star Trek (Abrams), Serenity


It's Always Sunny, Game of Thrones, Party Down, Evangelion, Real Time with Bill Maher, TNG, American Horror Story, The Wire, X-Files (And what? Shut up, you watch reality television)

You should ask me about why I can't watch Mad Men. Because I know you LOVE it.


I'd rather spend a little effort to find a more one of a kind place which has better food and less sports on television screens. Hidden gems of Los Angeles: La Cevicheria, Shanghai Bamboo House, Tacos Mexico.


I think everyone should have a favorite Oasis song, no matter what type of music they're into. I'll tell you mine if you tell me yours.

Some important ones: Mates of State, Joy Division, Gang of Four, Art Brut, Bjork, Art Vs. Science, Sean Lennon and the Ghost of a Sabertooth Tiger


Portishead > Massive Attack

Bauhaus > Tones On Tail (reverse this if you're dancing)

Fad Gadget > Xorcist

CocoRosie = my future wife. Sierra or Bianca, I'm not so picky.

Suede > Pulp (but it's verrrrry close)

The Black Belles > whatever girl band you're listening to right now

Justice > Daft Punk

Vertical lists > horizontal lists

Regina Spektor > Tori Amos > Fiona Apple

The Cardigans > Yeah Yeah Yeas

Prince > Hendrix

Opeth > Mastodon

The Dead Weather > The White Stripes

Crystal Castles > The Ting Tings

Buddy Holly > The Beatles

1983 > 1993

Chromeo > 1973

The Strokes > Julian Casablancas' mercifully shortlived solo career

Radiohead = an undeserving sense that you listen to good music just because you have all their albums on your iPod

The Hives > You get the drift.


Eva Hess, Carlee Fernandez, Gustav Klimt, Salvador Dali, Tom LaDuke, Andy Warhol (Factory Era), Yellena James, Erynn Richardson.
The six things I could never do without
1) My Keytar. Guitar is so five minutes ago. Keytar, on the other hand, is so 25 years ago.
2) My Vicious dog.
3) That sense of resignation you had when you first signed up for OkCupid.
4) My microphones. I have *really* sexy microphones.
5) Nintendo 64 (Why are there no four player games on the new systems? It's all about sitting online and being a loser. What happened to drunken Mario Kart parties?!)
6) Google Anything. Maps, mail, images, etc.

Because OKCupid isn't one of those "half empty" kind of sites, I'll tell you 6 things that I COULD do without:

1) 2 in 1 shampoo + conditioner
2) Side seaters
3) Foaming soap. Does ANYONE feel clean after using that stuff? Like seriously, what the hell?
4) People that only put one space after a period.
5) The word "pamper". Just saying it makes me feel like a used condom.
6) Wedge heels.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Why there isn't an option on OkCupid for "Has children, but doesn't like them".

Whether or not Disney's Aladdin would succeed had it been released today, in a post 9/11 America. (I know, right!?)
On a typical Friday night I am
Lately, I've been having my friends over an experimenting with my super fancy cocktails that are better than anything you'll get at The Edison. Examples:

Watermelon juice, key lime juice, muddled basil and mezcal

Buffalo Soldier:
Cubeb Berry infused gin with muddled mint, lime juice, topped off with Jamaican ginger beer

Crime Wave:
Pink Peppercorn infused gin, elderflower liqueur, muddled mint and jalapeño

Yeah, all my creations have music-centric names because I'm super cheesy like that

I like to host nights in or hit house parties because going out on Friday night really sucks; it's totally amateur hour wherever you go. No drink specials, no parking. Have you BEEN to Hollywood on the weekends? They've got more tools than a Home Depot.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I have a tattoo. A big one.

Also, when I was little, I thought all dogs were boys and all cats were girls.

I did a search on here recently for heterosexual males into Glee. Just out of curiosity.

Man, what a freakshow.
I’m looking for
  • Everybody
  • Ages 22–38
  • Near me
  • For new friends
You should message me if
You're mature enough to be over Bukowski. As I'm typing this, I question the wisdom of calling out EVERY hip girl under thirty on here but whatevs.

Do NOT message me if:

You have a picture up of you in Vegas wearing a shiny and/or black dress from Forever 21.

The first sentence in your profile reads: "Hi I'm [name] and I'm [number] years young [pleased looking emoticon]!"

You mention that you're a "walking contradiction" anywhere on your profile (die in a fire).

You buy your books at the grocery store.

You've uttered the phrase, "Oh my god, you're SUCH a (insert Zodiac sign here)!!!"

You've uttered the phrase, "Oh my god, you're SUCH a (insert Sex and the City character name here)!!!"

But in case you were wondering... I'm totally a Miranda.