Update: I've been given to understand that women like bad boys and rebels.* If you are one of those lasses, then be aware, I don't use the twist-tie that comes with bread-products; I just recycle it. I also do long division with a pen and paper, crosswords in pen and my own taxes. What's the smily for a smile with a raised eyebrow?
Update: Once upon a time, tea was considered a dangerous drink, revolutionary and habit-forming. Guess what. I drink. . . tea. :D
*Based on a comic from Pearls Before Swine.
[Here's the app, you know, if you're, like, interested or whatever: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=appinventor.ai_RoyceGrey.Frank_Harr_s_Conversion_App&hl=en]
I also know a lot of really odd little things.
The Lord of the Rings
The Number of the Beast
Much Ado about Nothing (both, is there a Beatrice out there for me? Anyone? Just raise your hand. Yes, you in the third row. Oh, um, yes, out the door in the back, to your left, down the hall and it'll be the second door on the right. O.K., anyone else???)
The Pirates of Penzance (Woo-hoo!)
A Little Romance
Sleepless in Seattle
The Life Aquatic
Raiders of the Lost Ark (I don't CARE if Indy's irrelevant to the plot)
Classical/Romantic (Wagner, Vivaldi, Mozart, that crowd)
Not sushi. Nothing with olives or calimari. I don't like soy. Outside of that, I'm pretty flexible.
I don't get out to see many shows. I've seen Spamalot and Camalot and Too Much Tom Lear, but generally, I see things after they become movies. Mame, Meet Me in St. Louis, The Producers, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, Singing in the Rain, were all fun. Mary Poppins and Sound of Music, however, are kind of creepy.
Wait, T.V. shows? Oh. Well, Mike and Molly, Bob's Burgers, Nova, Frontline, The Newshour, Frontline, Masterpiece, The Big Bang Theory (my uncle's an engineer AND a Ph.D., take THAT Wollowitz), Tabletop (calling Dr. Hannah, Dr. Omar Hannah) etc.
Seriously, I'm only looking for an intelligent, pleasant and attractive lady.