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30 M Durham, NH

I’m looking for

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  • Ages 23–39
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends

My Details

Last Online
Today – 2:52pm
5′ 11″ (1.80m)
Body Type
Catholicism, but not too serious about it
Graduated from university
Sales / Marketing
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Likes dogs
English (Fluently), Italian (Poorly)

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My self-summary
Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
This is usually the part where someones says that they're not really good at describing themselves. It just so happens that you've stumbled upon the profile of the best self-summarizer in the whole damn world.

The story of our intrepid hero begins on a brisk autumn day in Western New York. Some stuff happens in between my birth and now. I moved to Florida. Went to college, etc. I read a lot of books, watch a lot of films, and generally soak up the world around me.

This is where you find me now. Bright-eyed and soaked in world... juice... in New Hampshire.

I am having an absolute blast in this neck of the woods. I don't like the cold winters but there is way more fun summer stuff to do here because you don't just fucking melt as soon it becomes June.

Ya'll got some great beaches, really great hiking, geocaching, disc golf and really innovative summer destinations that I've been able to hit up (Gunstock Outdoor Aerial Adventure Course.)
What I’m doing with my life
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Despite my best efforts to remain a drain on society, it turns out I like buying things more than I liked being a hipster.

So I sell apartments to college students. Making the transition to management because, ya know, that's what adults do.

I also knit cardigans for canaries and sell them on Etsy because everyone needs a creative outlet after having your creativity crushed by "The Man" for eight hours in a given day.
(This is not I thing I do because I am not a weirdo... well, not that kind of weirdo anyways. You are welcome to steal the idea but everyone in the world is judging you and you will die alone and unhappy.)
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
I am the obnoxious co-worker everyone hates because while you are barely awake trying to get a handle on the fact that you are conscious I am just a ball of energy and sunshine. This is not my natural state of being I just really like showing up my co-workers and making them feel unprepared for life.

I'm a pretty awesome adventure planner. Sitting around watching TV or playing video games is the worst. I'll do it on a lazy day but I would much rather go out and do something with my time and money. Even it is just laying around at the beach. But seriously I am getting my black belt in Groupon.

I've learned recently that despite my disinclination towards it for most of twenties, I am kind of a big deal when it comes to cooking. And I fucking love doing it! Who knew?! Kind of had to get into because no offense NH but you are not known for your food. And I miss Cuban Food and Southern BBQ.

I'm also pretty good at judging a book by it's cover. Everyone knows the old platitude but c'mon most real readers can tell you whether they will be into a book based on its cover with like 70-90% accuracy.

A snappy comeback five minutes too late! (Yes, I realize this means that it's not snappy but it totally would have been the best joke you ever heard in your life.)
The first things people usually notice about me
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I have pretty awesome hair. It's still awesome. Will probably always be awesome.

But really I can grow the sickest beard in existence. And not like mountain man because I like my job and all but just like the perfect beard.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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I read a lot. Probably more than you because I am a better, more well-rounded person. And if you read more than me you are probably a shut in. Quit being that.

When it comes to Fiction I really like Christopher Moore and Tom Robbins. I also like any story, fictitious or memoir style, that takes place on an island in the South Pacific.

When it comes to nonfiction, I really enjoy reading books about Relationships and Sex. In another life, I went to school for Marriage and Family therapy. And continued further to being a clinical sexologist. It's not too late. (It's never too late unless you're dead!) But it's definitely unrealistic and not super lucrative.

One of my two degrees in college was Humanities and my concentration was in film so I am definitely a snob but not nearly as bad as when I was in college. Casablanca is my fave of all time. It's probably super cliche and I don't really care.

TV - I'll do the TV thing but not often and I am not proud of it. Game of Thrones. Masters of Sex. Dr. Who.

Music - The White Stripes. Tegan and Sara. Neutral Milk Hotel. Ben Folds. Modest Mouse. David Bowie. Nirvana. Regina Spektor. And basically anything Jack White does. (Except the Dead Weather. That wasn't my cup of tea.)

Food - I'm not picky but I will especially never ever turn down a chicken wing.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
What's so amazing about really deep thoughts?
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I mildly agreed with a writer from the National Review on one minor point of argument he was making so... I feel like that is step one in the aging process whereby you go from bleeding heart socialist liberal to fascist conservative.
You should message me if
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Your love is like a tidal wave, spinning over my head.
Drowning me in your promises better left unsaid.
If you're the right kind of sinner to release my inner fantasy.
An invincible winner and you know that you were born to be.

Or recommend me a book.

Also, ladies, you know how a guy messages you and just says "Hi" or "Damn, you's a sexy bitch!" without any indication that you've read the profile and putting the entire onus of starting the conversation on the other person . It's not cool when we do it and I'd say it's even less cool when you do it because most women aren't social morons who don't know how to interact with other human beings.