35 Concord, United States
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My self-summary
I was born under the sign of the water bearer, Aquarius, which according to the internet means:
"Aquarians are generally very clever, witty, and intellectual. They value progress and frankness. It's difficult to throw Aquarians for a loop—they're generally on top of things."
Which is all very flattering and I think describes me to a T, but my biology professor assures me it's nonsense, and insists that I'm actually the product of several hundreds of thousands of years of evolution (just counting the hominids of course); a complex amalgam of all those who had sex and bore children before me.
Which would all be well and good if I was in the same family as the majestic horse, fierce lion, or noble eagle, but I'm closer to an orangutan, which is less flattering.
I will admit we both have a truly striking red/orange hue, and the proud orangutan is quite smart, strong, mates with one partner for life, and is completely vegan, which is difficult to do and admirable. I will let you know that I have all but one one of those listed traits in common with my primate cousin, but I'm not saying which one.
Anyway, evolution has seen fit to equip me with a love of wine and whiskey, a fondness for cheeses that smell vaguely of nuts and feet, a sense of humor as dry as burnt toast, a baritone voice which expresses only that single tone, and a face which has way too much expression as a counterpoint to my aforementioned voice.
What I’m doing with my life
Well, I earned my BA in Philosophy, so naturally I'm a waiter. I'm going back to school for computer related stuff though, so hopefully I'll be changing careers in the not-so-distant future, though I'm actually fairly fond of restaurant work.
Otherwise, I like to hike and bike, explore the finest cuisine available in strip malls, carefully read Amazon reviews of wool socks, and think of all the things I could make with cinder blocks.
I’m really good at
Hostage negotiations. It's a weird talent, but I'm the best, or so I've been told.
The first things people usually notice about me
If my fly is down, then that. If I had an inordinate amount of garlic for lunch, then that. If I'm diving headlong into traffic to save a kitten, then that. Otherwise, I imagine it's my dulcet baritone voice, strong masculine hands, and the deep sensitivity nestled, yet undeniably apparent, within the penetrating depth of my eyes. That's what I imagine
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I'm not fond of listing unless I'm about to go grocery shopping.

Please enjoy the list below.
The six things I could never do without
1) A quality bed- sleep is very important
2) A knife- it really comes in handy in so many situations
3) Jeans- who doesn't appreciate a good pair of jeans
4) A truly comfortable chair or sofa- my idea of hell is going to a party where there aren't enough chairs
5)Fire- an oldie but a goodie, and I like it to both cook my food and metaphorically flavor my food i.e. I like it spicy!
6) Friends, family, laughter, love, kittens, and butterfly kisses
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Where I'd like to go and what I'd like to eat.
On a typical Friday night I am
Sinning the night away.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I can't whistle and it really bothers me, because I don't really like humming. Instead, I quietly sing "do, do, do" in rhythm to whatever song is in my head. True story.
You should message me if
If I've successfully piqued your interest, and honesty, intimacy, and mindfulness are of particular value to you. Let's walk and talk, as people getting to know one another ought to do. Whatever blossoms, blossoms, I always say.* It might be a rose. It might be an avocado. They're both great.
*I've never actually said this, but I'm going to start, so by the time you read this, It may technically be true.