43 Santa Monica, United States
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My self-summary
My friends all hate me for my irrepressibly happy mood right after I wake up. But they love me because I'm a good listener and I laugh all the time. And I actually AM 42. And I actually AM 6'2". My pictures are recent, all within the last 15 years or so. I understand these are all things that guys like to lie about. What a pity. And no matter what you think of my pics, at least I'm not the 46 year old married guy from Idaho who writes you poetry filled with horrible grammar. More about me: I read the "Style Guy" in GQ magazine every month and I make sure to do the exact opposite. I hate the crappy assumptions that permeate modern art. I love animals - by the way, just about every woman's profile on here begs for a guy who loves animals. Is there a secret group of men who hate dogs and cats and gerbils? I went to the Ihateanimals website and it was a porn site. So I don't get it. I'm a fun guy with tons of hobbies. Of course, when you think about it, the only reason people really have hobbies is so they won't drink...I absolutely love what I do for a living. So should you. Most importantly, I'm at a place in my life where I recognize the value of true companionship and am looking to meet someone with long-term potential.
What I’m doing with my life
I own my own business and, shockingly, it's totally legitimate. I've worked hard for years to be able to work for's just great to able to yell at employees all morning long and then go play golf and drink beers all afternoon.
I’m really good at
Eating Hobnobs, which are kind of biscuity with a chocolate coating. In America, we would call this a "cookie." In the UK, it's called a "biscuit." It's these differences that make this world such a fascinating place. And biscuity, too!
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss. I was in one of those moods and wanted to challenge myself intellectually....the book was moving and the ending was unexpected.
The six things I could never do without
Um, well, way more than six things - I could never do without all of the baby pigeons in my basement.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Education. I think it's highly overrated. Kind of like Bonnie Hunt. Speaking of Bonnie Hunt, is there an actress more forgettable than her? I'm trying to think of some, but I can't remember any. Which means there are.
On a typical Friday night I am
Probably listening to Kraak & Smaak. If you know who they are, email me immediately.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I was born in a small village in Iceland and raised by a pack of wolves. Is this odd? Perhaps. But it's no odder than eating small insects off the street. I do that too.
You should message me if
You're funny, fun, and/or funtastic, are smart, successful, optimistic, independent, and have a sassiness about you that borders on bitchiness but never quite gets there. You must also have a great heart....laughter in your eyes and dancing in your feet...