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40 Columbus, OH Man


I’m looking for

  • Women
  • Ages 25–45
  • Located anywhere
  • For new friends

My Details

Last Online
Jan 22
5′ 10″ (1.78m)
Body Type
Strictly anything
Catholicism, but not too serious about it
Cancer, and it’s fun to think about
Graduated from university
Relationship Status
Seeing Someone
Relationship Type
Doesn’t have kids
Likes dogs and likes cats
English (Fluently), C++ (Poorly)

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My self-summary
Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
"It's time for a change, Megatron! It's time for action, not words! I am the LEADER OF THE FUTURE!"
-Starscream, Transformers: More Than Meets The Eye, Part 3 (1984)

Yes, I have quoted a fictional cartoon robot that changes into an F-15 on an online dating profile. Feel free to close the tab/window. Go ahead. *waits*

Hi. I'm just some guy. I like people who are passionate about things. I do lots of different things, and have lots of different interests and skills. I usually don't talk too much about them, because people have a tendency to pigeonhole, you know? We live in an era where people are proud to say "Oh! I'm such a [insert subject/activity here] nerd!" I'm creative, and have wonderful-yet-crazy ideas that people sometimes don't understand. I like holding hands…especially when crossing the street. That could be dangerous. We learned that as kids.
What I’m doing with my life
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I'm a designer. I design. I also do physics-y engineering work. I run a small local business. I bake a lot. I think a lot. I type out things I think and put them on the internet, a.k.a. blog. I drive a lot. I tweet a lot. I ride my bike. I try to learn and increase my knowledge of things every day.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Knowing things. Things that you didn't think many people knew about. Or cared about.

Parallel parking. If there's one thing I can do, and do well, it's parallel park, even in the tightest of spaces.

Staying up late. I find I'm most productive between the hours of 3pm and 3am. However, I'm finding that I'm not so good at the all-nighters anymore, which I used to do often in school. Or maybe I just like to sleep…

Learning. I love learning about new things, or about people, or learning new things from new people.

Cleaning my plate. I don't know what it is, but I'm a great plate cleaner. when I was little, I never cleaned my plate. I fear that subconscious guilt from my younger years compels me to always clean my plate as an adult. It's so weird. I will probably eat leftovers off your plate. Okay maybe not right off the bat, but eventually it may come to that. Be forewarned.

Sleeping. The reason I can't do all-nighters anymore. I can sleep anytime, anywhere.

Keeping my distance. What can I say? I like my alone time. And I don't like to feel like I'm suffocating anyone.

Cooking & baking. I know my way around the kitchen. For realziepants.

Not caring where you've traveled in the world Oh, you like to travel? You've been to 24 different countries in 5 months? You lived in Tanzania, living off the land, to try to "find yourself"? I don't give a shit. Oh, that's cool and all, but telling me you travel around the world, that's kinda like bragging about how I've bought a lot of things. Or how many people I've made out with. Sure, it can say a lot about you, but is that really who you are? Let's think about that, and write a 1000 word essay due tomorrow.
The first things people usually notice about me
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The glasses. And i can't see a thing without them. So please don't steal them or break them. Also, people usually notice my shoes, because they're cool.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Help your potential matches find common interests.
I'm not sure what listing things we like says about us. I mean, I guess if we like the same things, then we have something in common…? I like breathing. Oh, you like breathing, too??? OMG. Stupid. So I've decided to list all the things I dislike.

Books I don't like
Books - yeah, that's right, I don't like books. I don't like to read books. I do read books, and I have read books, but it's not a "thing" I do. I find that many book reading individuals are pretty much assholes who equate the number of books they've read to having intellect. But ask those people how many math and science books they've read. I bet it's zero. I think many people treat books like they treat movies and television: as something to be be consumed, simple entertainment. Also, audio books don't count as reading.

Movies I don't like
The Hunger Games, Lord of the Rings or anything having to do with it or that genre, Star Trek, Harry Potter, Transformers (Yes, I love the Transformers. No, I do not like the new Transformers movies at all.), "Bro" movies that have Vince Vaughn, Owen Wilson, or other dudebros in it, remakes of old movies, The Great Gatsby (I find it disturbing that people are excited about The Great Gatsby, and celebrate the opulence depicted. Do they not understand what the book/movie is about…?), modern day horror movies like Saw, or Hostel, or "that movie where innocents are tortured by a mentally deranged person."

Television I don't like
The Big Bang Theory (I understand, in detail, every single physics/math/engineering/science joke they make, and the jokes are dumb. Also, Sheldon is an asshole), Game of Thrones (I don't even know what it is), Doctor Who (I had a childhood friend who used to make me watch the old ones on PBS whenever I would sleep over his house. The show sucked then, and it sucks now. If you like the show just because you think the guy who plays the Doctor is cute, just admit it. I have no problem with that. But don't tell me the show is good), Mad Men (fuck that show), Breaking Bad (see Mad Men), most hour long dramas that are on cable, Girls (I hate every single character on that show),Myth Busters or any science show aimed at non-science people (they gloss over too many details that I feel are important), Modern Family, Arrested Development (I watched it before. It was funny. That time is over.)

Music I don't like
Mumford and Sons (I hate them so much), most country, The Eagles, Fleetwood Mac, The Grateful Dead, Pink Floyd, The National, Imagine Dragons, Nicki Minaj, Taylor Swift (her songs are like shitty 8th grade diary poetry)…so basically, all the people you probably like.

Food I don't like
Green peppers (I'll eat them, as in, I won't pick them out of a dish. But I won't order, say, a stuffed pepper), craft beer (I'm just not into beer, and kinda dislike craft beer people as much as I dislike book people), mediocre food truck food that locals rave about, but in reality, pale in comparison to much better offerings available at sit down restaurants in town, where you won't have to stand in line outside for 20 minutes e.g. I'm not standing outside a truck to get a fuckin' burger or a grilled cheese sandwich.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
1. my glasses
2. my brain
3. a computer/smart phone with internet access
4. intimacy (kissing, holding hands, sex, cuddling, jello wrestling)
5. the internet
6. food/water/Swiss Army Knife
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
I think about why some people are just so damn boring. You know, those people who really have no passion, and just do things because they think they should do them, not because they really want to. It's so perplexing.

Lately, I've been thinking about how people on here are soooooo into being private, as in no one wants to reveal any information about themselves, and only talk in general terms. Afraid? Are we ashamed? Do we think online dating sites are "below" us? Who knows? I don't think people should think of OKC as some place where lonely & unloved people go. I think we should think of it as JASN: Just Another Social Network. Anyway, to put the kibosh on this way of thinking, I will let you know that I am on Twitter, as well as other internet places under this screen name. So if you want to talk, or do your own research/stalk me, feel free to put that name in the googles and see what comes up. OH, and I decided to treat OKCupid just like I do with Twitter. That means that I will reply to anyone who messages me on here. But, I will only reply with the same amount of effort that you put in your message. All you say is "Hi"? Then that's all that I'm saying in return.

I also think about skorts, and how much I despise them. They're such a tease.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Usually working…or what seems like work to me: catching up on news online, baking, researching things, baking, driving aimlessly, listening to a song over and over again on repeat for hours, designing, learning something new. Or, you know, I'm either out with friends, or having a quiet evening at home…the answer that EVERYONE puts down in this section.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I like to cuddle. It's so underrated, and honestly, it's quite good for you, helping your immune system, and it causing your brain to release seratonin and oxytocin, which makes us calm and happy, and just feel good overall.

Just had a moment of clarity: some people are misreading the title of this section. They think it's asking to reveal the "most private" thing, when it's really asking to reveal the most private thing that they're willing to admit…which is what it says. So if you're only willing to admit that you like to look at cat pics (which really isn't revealing), that's okay. I'm clearly obsessed with why people refuse to list anything in this section. It's a private thing that I'm willing to admit.
You should message me if
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You think you're better than a lot of people, but you never say it, because then people will think you're obnoxious and that you have a big ego. And you think how you're better than those people who think you're obnoxious and have a big ego. But down deep, you know that you're not that awesome, and secretly wish you were awesome-er.

You want to talk to someone who doesn't talk like they're old. "Old people talk" includes mortgage rates; your quandary of what you should watch on Netflix; concerns about your lawn and/or shrubbery; how much money you save on gas each week because of Fuelperks from Giant Eagle; commenting on how you don't *get* Facebook/Twitter/other online social media/networking and how it's only for "young people"; your declining health and/or ailments you may have that you put up with every day; talking about things you used to do, but don't do anymore because you're "too old".

You don't take yourself too seriously. Because clearly, I don't.

You have nice handwriting.

You think that sitting together somewhere, with each of us on our own personal computing devices, would be really nice, because sometimes it's nice to have someone physically there, even if we're not talking every second of our time together.

You enjoy learning new things in life. There are many people out there who just hate learning, maybe because it's hard for them? Because they're stupid? I don't know. I don't get along with those people at all.

You think you have good taste in shoes. I'm not going to lie, I judge women on their shoe choices. I'm a superficial bastard. But shoes…come on. Good shoes are important.

You disagree with anything I've said, and you would like to tell me. Hey, I respect everyone's opinions. Sure, I'll probably think your opinion is stupid, but I'll let you argue with me.