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My self-summary
I decided to update my self summary from "Funny, likes Doritos, good income." to the following...

Funny, likes Sweet Chili Heat Doritos, good income.

"Wish he asked me out, but I guess he's out of my league." - Emma Watson

"Since the beginning of his dating career, Adaminox has focused mostly on depth, concentrating his attention on exploring women's ambition and intellect through witty banter and precision of well timed guffaws." - The New York Times

"Adaminox has reached the pinnacle of self-actualization through his dedication towards his teaching practice, his thirst for knowledge, his humanitarian efforts and his sheer love of life. His foray into the dating world will undoubtable take it by storm. His debut novel, which will be available October of 2017 is highly anticipated." - Now Magazine
What I’m doing with my life
Warping the young impressionable minds of teenagers when they are most vulnerable. Have taught Civics, Math, Drama Improv, Animation, Audio, Video, Graphic Design, Green Industries, and Sculpture. I have a wide variety of interests, and I've been fortunate to be able to share my experience with students and hopefully inspire creativity in their lives, either through art or nature. Other than that, I am currently writing my first of a series of novels. After 3 photography exhibitions in 3 years (which I admit might have been a bit much) I decided to focus on my other artistic love, writing. I'm also working on being carless to reduce my carbon footprint.
I’m really good at
Cooking... With or without a French accent. Giving tax advice to 1st graders. Being romantic and thoughtful. Art exploration, acquisition and creation. I'm pretty good at using a fisheye lens which isn't as easy as it may seem.
The first things people usually notice about me
The long stem rose I carry in my mouth and the look of seduction in my eyes. If only. But jeeze... that would be awesome.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: Mostly a wide variety of non-fiction books including how-to books on painting/drawing, gourmet cooking and planting. Getting lost in novels isn't as frequent as I'd like, but always cherished.

Movies: Anything but horror and war movies, with a particular love for documentaries.

TV: I just got Netflix Nov 2016. So far, the only thing I binge watched was 13 Reasons Why. Staggeringly short amount of time to watch though the whole season. Also enjoy Narcos, but saving season 2 thus far, enjoyed Riverdale, and just finished going through Black Mirror.

Shows: Love the theatre and Ballet. Pirouettes are awesome!

Music: It's a mixed bag... Mostly melodic catchy tunes that motivate hip shaking, but also deep cuts of prominent and established musical geniuses, of which many have evaded me. But I'm not done exploring. Most recently discovered The Knocks. And really enjoy the Pogo remixes on his Youtube channel. Gruve, his latest track is great for all you Despicable Me fans.

Food: I cook a wide variety of cuisines and constantly being creative and learning new skills in the kitchen. This includes grinding my own spices. Recently made my own sourdough starter which took 14 grueling days. My first loaf was honestly the best bread I've eaten in my life. But I don't believe I'm committed to baking enough to make it a habit. Only 1 more loaf since then, so not a habit yet. I tend not to order civiche, Bloody Caesars, barbecue or steak when out because I can make it myself, and to avoid disappointment. So I might not be buying bread anymore, either. Mmmm
Six things I could never do without
1. Sex Panther Cologne *laughs*
2. Super Hero Undies *I wish*
3. Art *I can be serious sometimes*
4. Dr Seuss *Because I'm often in the company of children*
5. Fisheye lens *both fun and challenging*
6. Pixie Dust *why not?*
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Why raspberry Slush Puppies are blue. And Halloween costumes. It's my favourite day of the year! I enjoy dressing as concepts of the moment. I've dressed as a Carbon Footprint, Swine Flu, Alberta Tar Sands, the Gardiner Expessway, Hurricane Irene (I lived in NYC that summer) and First Past The Post. All scary things.

Lately I've also been thinking about how ignorant I have been on what seems to be the typical female experience with men. I suppose I thought most men were decent like me, but it seems many of them are insecure little piss-ants who can't handle rejection and throw their hyper-masculinity around like a raging bull that needs to be put down. Please note that if you don't like me, I won't mind, and you need not fear any negative repercussions.

I also wonder why people discriminate with regards to age, and/or height. My guess is low self worth, but I'm not really sure. Maybe a lack of reflection?
On a typical Friday night I am
I am always on the move, hitting art galleries and openings (more Thursday than Friday), going to cultural events, film festivals (All-Access Hot Docs Pass this year), sports venues on occasion for the live experience, restaurants when I want to be inspired, theatres (stage and films) and social venues. It's challenging to be devoted to culture while also working towards my goals and dreams. Time is precious, so I only sleep as much as my body requests.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I'm multi-orgasmic.
You should message me if
You are ambitious and won't settle for less than an extraordinary life. Also, a courteous communicator. I'm attracted to those who are curious and love learning, which is not to say physical attraction isn't important, but without depth of character, beauty alone won't get us very far... Beauty captures the attention, but character captures the heart. Most compatible with Monkeys and Dragons, if you believe that stuff.
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