AZMonkeyboy
44 San Francisco, United States
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My self-summary
So, I always find these statements a bit difficult. I am not sure I can sum it up in a few quick sentences. But here goes- I am a witty, kind, caring man who is most passionate about traveling and experiencing as much of the world as possible and I am looking for a person who loves to laugh, is passionate, intellectually curious, and interested in exploring the world. (That sounds like every other personal ad on the planet...I know...I know... I never claimed to be a marketing guru).

I am new to San Francisco and would be happy to meet someone who is interested in intellectually stimulating conversation over a cup of coffee or a cocktail and exploring the world around us.

I am rampantly silly, insanely serious, and devilishly smart
What I’m doing with my life
Still sorting out the details. I find that life is what happens while I am making plans- focusing on the path and the now.
I’m really good at
Hmm...

Lots of things (or so I think). I am a much better shower than a teller.
The first things people usually notice about me
My height and my curly Kramer-ish hair (assuming I havent been to the barber shop in a while).
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books- Too many to name. Recent reads- Freakonomics, The Tipping Point, Kite Runner...Favorite authors- Vonnegut, Kundera, TC Boyle, Sedaris

Movies- Just saw Everything is Illuminated and the Aristocrats...both quite good. The ones I can watch over and over- Princess Bride (incon-theivable), Usual Suspects, Chinatown, any of the John Hughes movies from the 80s (ok, most of them, not all), etcetera.

Music- A little bit of everything- on the Ipod now- Devotchka, Gorillaz, Gogol Bordello, Ministry's Greatest Fits, Dwight Yoakam, Old 97s, White Stripes, Hem, Pink Martini, ok...you get the picture

Foods- Thai food, good Mexican food (sometimes hard to find in San Francisco), anything that goes well with a good bottle of wine.
The six things I could never do without
1) My Ipod- seems rather mundane, but this is my first one and I really really like it 2) My running shoes 3) My passport 4) My sense of humor 5) My wanderlust 6) My family & friends (saving the best for last)
I spend a lot of time thinking about
The path...
On a typical Friday night I am
Out with friends somewhere in the city or in my car exploring.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I have a birth mark that looks like two butterflies...if you squint your eyes and turn your head to the left.
You should message me if
You want need a friend or partner in crime to explore the glorious city of San Francisco with...(yikes, bad grammar).
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