Evan-the-viking
33 Austin, United States
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My self-summary
Hey there, thanks for stopping by!

No long-winded stories here. Just some awkwardly stated facts.

I enjoy making other people smile, intelligence and creativity is a huge turn-on (vote Degrasse Tyson / Nye for 2020!), and I love to work with my hands and get dirty. For fun I'm usually nose deep in saw-dust playing around in my garage with my toys. Some people Netflix an Chill, I YouTube and DIY. I can also be found fishing, playing games and taunting my cat.

I'm a very private person so I can be painfully shy at first, but open up pretty quick if we click.

I am the kinda guy who will:
- open the door for you
- say please and thank you
- put the shopping cart away
- tell people to be quiet if they are talking in a movie theater... which I love to do, but never have to because I go to the Drafthouse.
- probably like your pet more than you XD
- use emojis. I'm hooked on that bitmoji crap.

Some deal breakers: (in no particular order)
- bad body odor / hygiene
- must like candy (or tolerate it!)
- no interest in the outdoors whatsoever
- have at least a shred of creativity. If this list was in order this might be at the top
- be nice

Say hi, it won't hurt.

Also, just because I am nice to you, that doesn't mean I'm in love with you.

Also also, I don't message first anymore.
What I’m doing with my life
Ask, it's more fun that way.
I’m really good at
Things and stuff.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Ask, it's more fun that way.
The six things I could never do without
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I spend a lot of time thinking about
Ask, it's more fun that way.
On a typical Friday night I am
Doing anything but going to a club. Anything.
You should message me if
you want to get to know me.

That said, if you can't use correct grammar or spelling, then do yourself and me a favor and ignore me. No, really. A wise and very fat man once said "don't write so that you can be understood, write so that you can't be misunderstood."
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