SandwichMonster
29Sacramento, United States
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My self-summary
If you have a fairly raw sense of humor, enjoy cynicism, value intelligence and wit, then you'll likely love me. If you can make me laugh, then I'll probably be very interested in you! I don't always befriend easily, but I do make an effort, and once I think of you as a friend I'll typically move heaven or hell (not both at the same time, c'mon, buddy) for you. At the least I'll buy you Taco Bell if you're feeling down.
What I’m doing with my life
I'm a six year Air Force veteran, who got out in 2012, graduated from CSU Sacramento with a degree in criminal justice and am currently working as a contractor for a federal agency as a criminal data analyst. I did give graduate school a try, but I opted for a break! As far as what I do specifically for work, I'm not supposed to really share it, but maybe if I get to know you I can share it! :)

I'm fairly ambitious with my work and I'm motivated to be the best I can at it, and I happen to be very good at it! I'm always focused on moving up or getting somewhere better.
I’m really good at
I can write, cook, entertain, love karaoke and I'm actually good at it!

I'm also good at being sarcastic, enjoy debating (Especially when I have no personal stake in it.), giving people nick-names, public speaking, and other generic things.

I also did Stand Up Comedy a few times in Korea at a few westerner bars. I'd like to get into it again but I'm also sort of worried I may too offensive for some people (Think Louis CK, folks).

I tend to pick up hobbies and sometimes lose interest in them. Which more or less means I'm a jack of many trades in skills that wouldn't ever really have any real use unless there is some sort of apocalypse!
The first things people usually notice about me
My sense of humour and apparent lack of tact. I dress nicely too. Didn't say I look nice. Just dress.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books:A Song of Ice and Fire, Catcher in the Rye, Ender's Game, World War Z, Heroes Die, Caine's Law, various other books revolving around post-apocolyptic things.

Shows/Movies: Sopranos, The Office, Trailer Park Boys, Breaking Bad, Sons of Anarchy, Schindler's List, Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, The Walking Dead, Scott Pilgrim Vs The World, Youth in Revolt, How I met your mother, It's always sunny in Philly, Schindler's List, Life is Beautiful, Beautiful Mind, Across the Universe (Really, I like anything that is good. Like Dramas, Comedies)

Music: The Killers, Eagles, Devil Makes Three, Foo Fighters, Beatles, Green Day, Led Zeppelin, Arctic Monkeys, Black Keys... those all come to mind. I like pretty much everything but most Country.

Food: Love Sushi and Italian, can even cook the latter. Not a big fan of Korean sadly... unless it's BBQ.
Six things I could never do without
Good people, food, my liver, music, fun and sleep.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
The things I want to do with my life, should probably spend less time thinking and more time doing, no?

I really want to buy a house soon and with that will come the dog I've wanted for nearly a decade! I also spend a lot of time thinking about how I can improve myself and move up in my career, and hopefully I should be getting a nice raise or possibly a new job title, so fingers crossed! :p

Zombie outbreaks are cool too. Hypothetical questions to pass time at work that often involve multiple choices and impossible situations. (If you were like a dragon and could breath anything instead of fire, what would it be? Duh. Bouncy Balls.)
On a typical Friday night I am
Kind of got the loud bar scene out of my system. Would love to find a fun girl who likes to stay in and/or go out to quieter bars (with karaoke!)

My weekends I don't really do all that much since I don't know a lot of people around here, so I usually just hit up a quiet bar and read for a bit. But I AM down for actually doing stuff, haha. I just need that special lady to go do it with :)
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Actually... Not too private or embarassing, but funny; I fell into a duck pond once when I was 3 or 4 and my parents were too busy laughing at me screaming and splashing around as I was (likely) mauled by angry geese and swans that a stranger pulled me out. I did not become GooseMan as a result
though :(

In the end, don't do things that embarass you or shame you and you won't have to hide anything.

Oh, and since Korea I've developed a horrible fear of falling down stairs. Yet I haven't fallen down them yet. Only up...
You should message me if
If you'd like to start a contest to see who can write up the most awkward messages and send them out to the opposite sex on this site.

Or you know... You just want to talk or if you wanna get to know me!
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