CWulffe
27 Yorktown, United States
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My self-summary
Although some know me as Mr. Stone, Old Man Williams, Ragin' Cajun, the Frogman, Judge or That Guy (feel free to ask me about the nicknames) Chris will do just fine.

I am living proof that chivalry is not dead, at least not yet. I'm the type of person who holds doors open for others, insist people go first and although my smiles tend to lack enthusiasm (I've been described as visually emotionless, stone faced and deadpan multiple times) they are still sincere as I am friendly, thoughtful and enjoy helping others, which often comes in the form of listening and offering advice.

Despite my age I'm a weathered and wizened old soul who has high morals. I believe in honesty, loyalty and action over words. Although I'm not an exceptional communicator (I tend to be reserved and quiet but not shy) I make up for it by being more physically affectionate; holding hands, cuddling, massaging your feet while watching a movie, etc.

Despite being old fashioned, conservative and tend to lean towards traditional thinking, I'm still open minded, considerate towards others and understanding. I also take a scholarly approach when learning about other cultures and religions and tend to be fascinated and enthralled when researching or discussing them.

With all of that said, I'm looking for someone to spend my time with; my friend and companion. Although I have no biases when it comes to race or religion, I'm not into heavier set women due to a few personal reasons. Feel free to ask why or ask anything as I'm an open book. I'm a hardworking and dedicated person, professionally and personally speaking. Give me your time, interest and affection and I'll return it in equal or greater measure.

Also, please note that if you see me checking out your page then something attracted me to it. Feel free to engage me in a conversation as I likely won't do so myself. I'm rather tired of sending out decent sized thoughtful messages with no responses to them.
What I’m doing with my life
Getting my game company up and running and working...a lot. Fortunately I enjoy what I do and like the people I work with. I just wish it paid more.
I’m really good at
....at embarrassing myself.
....at getting that perfect pun in.
....being creative.
....cooking various dishes.
....causing half-witted grins to full blown laughter or just making eyes roll.
....at quoting songs, t.v., movies, etc.
The first things people usually notice about me
My height....it's a shame I'm not taller. Then my passive expression, followed shortly by my humor.

I mostly get complimented on my eyes and, for some odd reason, my shoulders. People tend to also despise my humor as I like slapstick, dry humor, puns and the likes.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I like all varieties of movies. As long as the story's good and I can understand it (with or without the use of subtitles) then I'll watch it and will possibly enjoy it too. My all time favorite movies would be Phantom of the Opera (though I prefer the live Broadway much more), Jack and the Cuckoo Clock Heart, Casablanca, Singing in the Rain, Stranger Than Fiction, V for Vendetta, The Boondock Saints and anything Disney (Beauty and the Beast and Lilo & Stitch are my favorites here).

Some of my favorite television shows include American Dad, Breaking Bad, Doctor Who, Family Guy, Fringe, House M.D., Law & Order: SVU, NCIS, The Walking Dead, Arrow, Flash, etc. I also like anime but it's more of a passive thing.

Music.....lots of music. Lots of types of music. You can listen to 20 songs on my mp3 player and possibly get 20 different artists and genres. My favorite artists will always be Frank Sinatra and Elvis Presley. However, electric swing, dubstep and symphonic metal are trending right now.

I enjoy reading as well but lately that interest only comes with recommended books. My favorite book is The Phantom by Susan Kay. I generally read it once or twice a year. American Gods is another favorite of mine. I've also read one of the translations of The Art of War by Sun Tzu a few times.
The six things I could never do without
1. My family.
2. Music.
3. The internet.
4. Humor.
5. Food, for other than obvious reasons.
6. And for the realistic answer...air.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Anything. Everything. Nothing. It differs from time to time, often drifting between the past, present, future and everything between humorous and philosophical. Like how long I would survive in a zombie apocalypse, what'd it'd be like to own a restaurant, epic karaoke moments that would make me shine even if I can't sing, old fashioned blacksmithing and leatherworking, life in the Victorian Era, etc.
On a typical Friday night I am
Working the graveyard shift. My Fridays are Sunday mornings.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Private? No, no, no. I'm an open book and thus not very private at all. How about some fun facts instead?

I'm a Jungian ISTJ and although I embody the astrological Taurus sign I only use it because astrology amuses me.

I'm actually a big nerd on the inside. I tend to shock people with my obscene amount of Star Wars, DC, Marvel, medieval, fantasy, sci-fi and general video game lore.

And other...less interesting stuff.
You should message me if
Because you want to is the best and most logical reason I can think of. Or if you want discuss other countries or ransom things. If you come up with another reason feel free to let me know!
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