New to New York (Because I had problems with my sleep) I'm not gonna say something cheesy like "Show me around!" Because I know native NYer's aren't tour guides (But if you can tell me inexpensive places to eat besides dollar pizzas, I'd be obliged!)
I'm a series of contradictions. I'm a loner who seems to be a magnet for people (Like a human version of Stone Soup). I say things that are funny and sad at the same time. I crave culture, but I think nothing's more beautiful than nature. I'm a big history buff, but talk of the "good old days" irritates me. I'm a kind of a born devil's advocate in a world of diminishing majority opinion.
In short, I'm someone worth getting to know, at least so you can say you did it.
By the way, I find the (waning) stigma against online dating dumber than online dating itself. "Oh, you need a computer to help with dating?" Well, yeah. I think in a world of gender equality and no dowries, this is actually the best way.
I'm not a bad cook for transient bachelor. I make a mean salsa dip with potatoes that I call "Nacho Pichu". I have a reputation for trivia, I don't deserve--there are severe gaps in my knowledge. (particularly sports). But I guess once you know what a "Phalanx" is, people assume you know what everything is.
My favorite food of all is tacos, and anything taco-like, even those weird combinations Taco Bell thinks Mexican people actually eat.
America as a medieval version of itself.
Why women from foreign countries think I'm cuter than people from my home state.
Also, I should mention my hair is thinning, if you can tell. It's annoying, because I don't look like it unless surrounded by unflattering lighting. It makes me feel like I'm trying to trick people.