35Hoboken, United States
Join today
Find great matches with our advanced matching system!
Join today
Find great matches with our advanced matching system!
My self-summary
I'm a good heart drowning in sarcasm so it can be tough to see through my forcefield. I can be at times outgoing and silly or reserved and laid back, depending on my mood. This means I'm just as happy at the game or concert as I am on the couch with the headphones on in front of the big screen. I'm fiercely loyal to my friends and family but love meeting new people.
What I’m doing with my life
Trying to enjoy every minute.
I’m really good at
Randomly quoting movies for my own enjoyment ... I'm really bad at: filling out essays about myself.
The first things people usually notice about me
That's the thing about first impressions: you only get to make one.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Basically, I'm into music, movies, sports (NFL/NHL), fine dining, low-brow dining, travel... and most importantly - laughing!
Six things I could never do without
iPhone. Coffee. Headphones. Nikes. Passport. Anything sweet!
I spend a lot of time thinking about
My next trip abroad.
What random quote I'm going to reference.
Where I'm going to eat.
How my favorite team should hire me as its GM.
Who I'm meeting for drinks.
Why the car in front of me decided to cut me off then proceed to drive 10MPH under the speed limit with its left blinker on for the next 5 blocks.

"...but there are more pressing problems at hand. We have to end apartheid for one. And slow down the nuclear arms race, stop terrorism and world hunger. Ensure a strong national defense, prevent the spread of communism in Central America, work for a Middle East peace settlement, prevent U.S. military involvement overseas. We have to ensure that America is a respected world power. Now that's not to belittle our domestic problems, which are equally important, if not more. Better and more affordable long-term care for the elderly, control and find a cure for the AIDS epidemic, clean up environmental damage from toxic waste and pollution, improve the quality of primary and secondary education, strengthen laws to crack down on crime and illegal drugs. We also have to ensure that college education is affordable for the middle class and protect Social Security for senior citizens plus conserve natural resources and wilderness areas and reduce the influence of political action committees. But economically we're still a mess. We have to find a way to hold down the inflation rate and reduce the deficit. We also need to provide training and jobs for the unemployed as well as protect existing American jobs from unfair foreign imports. We have to make America the leader in new technology. At the same time we need to promote economic growth and business expansion and hold the line against federal income taxes and hold down interest rates while promoting opportunities for small businesses and controlling mergers and big corporate takeovers. But we can't ignore our social needs either. We have to stop people from abusing the welfare system. We have to provide food and shelter for the homeless and oppose racial discrimination and promote civil rights while also promoting equal rights for women but change the abortion laws to protect the right to life yet still somehow maintain women's freedom of choice. We also have to control the influx of illegal immigrants. We have to encourage a return to traditional moral values and curb graphic sex and violence on TV, in movies, in popular music, everywhere. Most importantly we have to promote general social concern and less materialism in young people."
(see item 2)
On a typical Friday night I am
Out with friends for dinner and/or drinks or laying on my couch with a cold beer.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I've got a bit of a Peter Pan complex.
You should message me if
You don't take yourself too seriously.
The two of us