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My self-summary
All right, so I'm a Nintendo Fanboy, a Star Wars geek, a Comic reader, a huge Muppets fan, a Medieval enthusiast, a singer/actor, and I'm into cosplay. If you haven't been scared away yet, we might have something to talk about.
And now that we've cleared up the awkward stuff, let's get to the meat and potatoes, shall we. I'm the oldest of 4, and my family is very important to me. Larger family gatherings usually consist of me spending all day my 12 second cousins, who are all under 12.
I still think of myself as a fairly shy guy(without the red hood and the mask, of course,) but a few years working retail have helped me limber up around new people fairly well. I generally don't mind talking all that much, and I have been told that I listen pretty well too.

INFP-T, if that matters to you.
What I’m doing with my life
I work in customer service. I spend all day on the phone reminding people that they haven't paid their cable bill. I am also continuing to look into auditions and working on my portfolio and other more artistic but less economically stable ventures.
I’m really good at
I've been told that I'm a pretty awesome hugger. I'm also pretty handy with a needle and thread, I can talk your ear off about video games, old cartoons, movies, or comics. The general consensus is I still have a pretty good singing voice, though I am most definitely out of practice. And I have adapted to making some awesome costumes relatively cheaply. If you're curious, check them out here:
The first things people usually notice about me
I do get a lot of comments about my eyes, but it's usually not the first thing. I assume it would be the facial hair or my hair(it's almost waist length now.) Either that or the Mario hat and NES controller belt buckle.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Ok, so I always wind up forgetting things when I do this, but here it goes.

Books: Enders Game, LoTR, Redwall series, Harry Potter series, Hitchhikers Guide, Fables(it's a comic EVERYONE should read), 1984, Fahrenheit 451, Of Mice and Men, Timeline, Once and Future King, She, 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, Chronicles of Narnia, Dark Tower, Scott Pilgrim, Codex Alera and the list goes on and on.

Movies: Empire Strikes Back, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Ghostbusters, Back to the Future, LoTR, Galaxy Quest, Stand By Me, Dogma, Labyrinth, Dark Crystal, The Muppet Movie, Spider-Man 2, Hook, Without a Paddle, Mallrats, Incredibles, Wall-E, Monsters Inc, Disney Robin Hood, Jungle Book, Lion King, American Tail, Scott Pilgrim, Most of the Marvel offerings, and I could go on for days here as well.

Music is more a basic idea than anything. I was brought up on jam bands and Classic Rock, so the Grateful Dead, The Who, The Beatles, Billy Joel, Bruce Springsteen, Paul Simon, Jackson Browne and the like. I will also listen to just about anything with an early video game riff, I love Disney music, and I still have a soft spot for show tunes. Little Shop of Horrors is AMAZING!!

As far as food goes, I like things basic. Burgers and Fries, Pizza, Garlic Spaghetti, Steak and Potatoes, Tacos. I'm fairly open to new things, but I'm kinda worn out with Chinese food, I don't eat sushi, and I can get kinda picky if the mood hits me. And I suppose this is a great place to mention I have one of the worst sugar addictions EVER! if it's in the candy aisle, I've tried it at least once.
The six things I could never do without
This just seems odd to me, how about the things I never leave the house without.
My 3DS and my games
My Cell phone
My keys
My Leatherman
A back up battery and charging cables
My comb
I spend a lot of time thinking about
EVERYTHING! My brain works a mile a minute. whether it's working out a puzzle or riddle, trying to work my schedule around for the next family function, randomly remembering my 6th grade locker combination, figuring out a Moroccan puzzle box, or reciting "The Walrus and the Carpenter" to myself, there's always something going on up there.
On a typical Friday night I am
Working until 8 or 9, but at least I have all weekend off
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I will probably never be able to look into your eyes and tell you that they are a beautiful shade of [insert eye color here]. I am mildly colorblind, which makes shade differentiation kinda iffy.
And my dog, Fozzie, sits like a human.
You should message me if
you think I sound interesting, fun, weird, or even if you're just bored.