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My self-summary
Hey there. My name's Matt.

I recently moved to a new town where the average age hovers somewhere around 47. As a result, the residents may or may not believe that I'm just a very opinionated embryonic ooze. Which I'm totally fine with (I apparently remind everyone of their son or grandson), but it's just not a super-ideal place to be as a single 25-year-old guy with invariably nerdy interests.

A dating profile seemed like a reasonable way to still meet other equally primordial people.
What I’m doing with my life
Wrestling with the concept of no longer being a student. Adjusting to life as an attorney and attempting to maintain my sanity in the process. Also getting used to the new locale.
I’m really good at
Becoming overly attached to nameless redshirt-types.
Using sophisticated and potentially made-up terminology to describe my hobbies in uncomfortably professional settings.
Friends've also said I'm a good listener, and I have a lot of fun trying to make e'erbody laugh.
The first things people usually notice about me
Some very nice people have told me that I have a pleasant voice.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Brave New World, Ender's Game, and Watchmen are some of my favorites. Harry Potter was a big part of my childhood. I'm currently on the fifth book of the A Song of Ice and Fire series, too.

Pan's Labyrinth, Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, the Matrix, Fight Club, Gladiator, and a whole bunch of others.

Breaking Bad, The Walking Dead, Game of Thrones, Community, Parks and Recreation, New Girl, Arrested Development, Firefly, and The Daily Show, to name more than a few.

Red Hot Chili Peppers, Cage the Elephant, Johnny Cash, the Beatles, Led Zeppelin, lots more super-original bands. Debussy, Uematsu, Chiptunes, and OC Remixes if you want to get weird.

I'm not hard to please when it comes to food, but I am a pretty big sucker for sweets.
Six things I could never do without
1. Good friends
2. Family
3. Being a terrible cliché
4. My computer
5. The internet
6. Amazon Prime, seriously how did I use to buy things

And, y'know, basic sustenance or something. But a man has to have his priorities straight.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Killer punchlines for conversations that happened last month.

Creative side projects that I tell myself I'll do one day.
On a typical Friday night I am
Completely new to the area, so I know zero people outside of the middle-aged men and women where I work. What to do with my Friday nights will be a work in progress 'til I can familiarize myself with all the local goings-on. For now, books, games, and internet. And sleep. Sleep is fantastic.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Is that I'm a pretty private person, but also that I'm having the most fun when I can share my thoughts with someone I trust.
You should message me if
If you can laugh at yourself. If your eye-rolling was accompanied by at least a smile in response to any of my questionable attempts at humor. If you think you might share any of my interests. If drinking is your sometimes activity, and not a way of life. If you think we'd get along!
The two of us