42 Biloxi, United States
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My self-summary
I used to be a bartender, and I've been in the service industry for a large chunk of my life. But I'm also involved in a number of technical and creative endeavors. Basically, this means I'm still a bit of a sarcastic cocky bastard that can read people very well, but I also have a nerdy side and can hold an intelligent conversation.

But really, I could say all kinds of things here, but it wouldn't really mean much, now would it? I'm mean, sure, I'm typing in complete sentences and all, but naturally, you get to know someone best in person.

But that doesn't mean you get to peek into my windows. Put down the binoculars.
What I’m doing with my life
I moved to southern Mississippi from Illinois a about eight years ago. At first, I wasn't sure what to expect. But I've had a pretty good experience here on the coast.

All except the part about sucking the heads of crawfish. Ewww. What's with that??

Now, I'm getting ready to move to Las Vegas in September. So I'm not really looking for anything other than friends at the moment. I mean, what's the point?
I’m really good at
Getting people to drink Malört. You southern folk probably wouldn't know about it. But basically, it's like drinking dandelions, earwax, and kerosene, but not so leafy and tasty.

Be thankful no one sells it down here.

However, if I manage to get my hands on a bottle, guess what you're drinking on our first date.
Speaking of first dates... anyone who thinks dinner and a movie is a good first date needs a slap in the head.
The first things people usually notice about me
My liberating honesty and ability to read your mind.

Also, that I apparently look like a villain, but I think it's just the sideburns. Well, it might also be the secret fortress I'm building inside the volcano, but I'm pretty sure it's the sideburns.

And my sense of humor, which is sometimes sarcastic, sometimes dorky, sometimes aggressive. You either love it or hate it. Which is fine, because if you can't handle it, we were never going to get along anyway.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books and movies: Anything that makes me think or laugh.
Music: Anything that I can sing along to in my head.
Food: Crunchy.
The six things I could never do without
I don't like this question, so I'm just going to pretend it says:
"Why are you on OKC?"

To be honest, my job and my typical waking hours aren't exactly conducive to meeting relationship material. Meaning, I don't expect to meet the love of my life at a bar at 11pm after I get off work. Before work in the middle of the day, isn't much better, and I find casinos and beaches fairly tedious. This doesn't leave many promising opportunities in Biloxi, if you see what I mean.

Don't get me wrong, I've met some great people down here, but at the times I'm out, I vary rarely see anyone I'd seriously be interested in.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Volunteering some of my time to a good cause. But I'm not so sure the Make-A-Wish Foundation needs ex-bartenders. I could be wrong, though.
On a typical Friday night I am
Either out making new friends, or at the gym trying to get back into shape, or I've stayed in to be lazy and watch Netflix (How did I survive before Netflix??), or be productive, and working on some video game/board game design projects.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I'm not a terribly private person. If you asked a private question, I'd probably give an in-depth honest answer.
You should message me if
If your entire profile IS TYPED IN ALL CAPS or SoMeThInG aNnOyInG LiKe ThIs, then please don't. I hate you already.

Also, if you're about to send a message consisting of three words or less, stop it right now.

Although, it is nice to have an unexpected message waiting, unless you're that person who drives the creepy stalker van, and then it isn't.

If you have a strong geeky/nerdy/dorky side you get bonus points.