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My self-summary
Upstanding young gentleman from the suburbs of New York makes good at a small liberal arts college in Minnesota. Open-minded and honest, often dripped in sarcasm.
What I’m doing with my life
I've traded in my Manhattan apartment and job at an autism non-profit for Brooklyn and job at an ad agency.

I like to explore -- I "better know a neighborhood" around NYC with my buddies on the weekends. Otherwise, I find myself at museums or grabbing dinner with friends.

I occasionally play with my indifferent cat, Louie.
I’m really good at
Growing scruff, recognizing people from my past on the subway, retaining inane facts, eating cheese plates, picking things up with my feet.

High-effort, low-skill chef. Anthony Bourdain's got nothing on me.
The first things people usually notice about me
My third ear, Wayside School style.

Kind eyes.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
My favorite writers include Susan Orlean, Jonathan Ames, Augusten Burroughs, Michael Lewis and Tennessee Williams.

Watching: Young Frankenstein, The Warriors, Lars and the Real Girl, anything Woody Allen, Point Break, Back to the Future and anything Coen Brothers.

Arrested Development (the fastest way to my heart), Friday Night Lights, Freaks & Geeks, Party Down, Bored To Death (RIP), Black Mirror, Bob's Burgers, The Adventures of Pete and Pete.

Listening: This American Life, On The Media, Marc Maron, Serial, 99% Invisible, Planet Money, The Moth, Comedy Bang Bang.

Brunch is the official meal of New York. Unlimited mimosas forever.
Six things I could never do without
6. Goat cheese
5. NPR
4. Sam Cooke
3. Quirky family shit
2. Netflix/Hulu Plus/HBO Go
1. Freshly-squeezed orange juice
I spend a lot of time thinking about
I'm getting back into running, and I really, really want some shirt numbers.

I evaluated a lot of cringe-worthy grant proposals for an old job, so reading OKCupid profiles -- including my own -- has a similar effect. The best way to ruin a prospective connection is to read his/her profile aloud in a funny voice.
On a typical Friday night I am
I eat Seafood Paella and drink hawaiian punch with 11 of my best friends.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Not private, per se, but I'm extremely passionate about maintaining the rights and integrity of the developmentally disabled.

Also, I've been peed on by a baby alligator.
You should message me if
You are kind, intellectually-stimulated and goofy.

Always a plus if you'd like to discover the five boroughs with me.
The two of us