35Brooklyn, United States
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What I’m doing with my life
My typical day to day is spent designing/thinking/daydreaming/drawing in an architecture office.

For fun/more social activities, I usually go out dancing (swing) a few nights a week in addition to the normal catchup dinner/drinks with friends. I also have a weekly rehearsal for a dance team.

On weekends, I tend to stay in my neighborhood doing normal grown up things like going to the supermarket, cooking amazing brunch, and some mild day drinking and cleaning up.
I’m really good at
Macgyvering--all those years in art school studying sculpture, glass blowing and architecture had to be good for something right?

Making brunch (see above re: weekend activities) consisting of Shrimp Egg Scramble¹, Crispy Homefries², Thick Cut Bacon³ (or sometimes Sausage) and sometimes Bloody Mary.

Swing dancing. It's my second calling. I've love to share it with you.

1. After trying to learn as many ways as possible to prepare an egg, I settled on making shrimp/onion/jalepeno/garlic/old bay/cheesy/sometimes spinach egg scramble. On less ambitious days, I make eggs over easy.
2. Ideal home fries are fluffy on the inside, crunchy on the outside and salty enough to eat on its own but still nice with ketchup. I've spent a few years making incremental improvements on the recipe.
3. I tried a lot of different brands and am always on the look out for something new and delicious.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
"Normal hipster shit that everyone else likes." -Someone else's profile

But really, some recent things I've read included: Modern Romance (obvious reasons), Swimming Studies (see below re: goals), and currently working on The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao (the writing is so rich and interesting).

Jazz standards (you can't like swing dancing without listening to the music) but I also enjoy contemporary cheesy pop music and EDM.
Six things I could never do without
hugs. like you mean it.
drawing (I was taught it's how you can know something (study) as well as a way of thinking (designing)
I spend a lot of time thinking about
In a grander perspective, I'm working on becoming a licensed Architect and to be one of those super old guys still dancing.
Also, I'd like to become a swimmer--someone who can swim laps endlessly and tirelessly, again, one of those super fit old guys who swim 100 laps every morning at 4am.
On a typical Friday night I am
Sometimes I literally do this:(http://www.brooklynswings.com) but #secretlynotsosecretly I'd like to go have a drink with a stranger and have amazing conversation that meanders across topics superficial and super personal where the bartender gives you free drinks just because but ultimately has to ask you to leave because the bar is closing.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I'm actively trying to be better at OkCupid.
You should message me if
you're in the neighborhood and would like to meet for drinks sooner rather than later. You know, like a date, where we can can allow ourselves to get a little excited (a little only because we both want to play it cool) and you can tell me all about how you've perfected your omelette making technique (or anything else you care deeply enough about to unashamedly tell me all about).⁴

4. I should probably make sure you aren't a murderer first.
The two of us