27San Luis Obispo, United States
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My self-summary
I'm pretty busy lately between work and school and don't really expect it to slow down until at least December. I have time to spend with someone, but I'm just not in a huge rush to find anyone. Most of that free time lately has been spent reading with a glass of wine or hanging out with roommates.
What I’m doing with my life
Rockin' it. Keepin' it classy.

I have one and a half classes to finish with Cal Poly as a Computer Science major. Stressful stuff, but almost there.

I recently got a pretty huge promotion at my workplace and am now the "API Support Engineer," for which the explanation is a little too long for typing out here. If you're curious what it is, don't hesitate to ask! I love my job and my coworkers are amazing.

On the weekends, I'm either chatting with friends online or trying to find something to do with anyone who's in town. Reading is also a common thing for me.
I’m really good at
Smiling. Come to me with a problem and I'll probably guarantee you it'll be okay. I'm pretty optimistic and supporting. Just know that if I'm hanging out with you, you have my respect anyway and I'm not just spewing reassurance because I can. I legitimately think it'll be okay and you can handle it.

Cooking. You had damn well better love carbs, though. I don't know what it is, but a lot of the stuff I make is just like...ridiculously carb-heavy. Pasta, pizza, nachos (guys go gay for me after they try my nachos. True story), home-style chili-cheese fries...hell, even fruit salad is full of carbs. Grilling's good too, though.

Singing. I once sang so well that the entire room cleared out before I'd even gotten to the chorus. Jealousy's kind of cruel that way. Yup.
The first things people usually notice about me
Definitely my chest. Hellooooo, I'm up here.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: The Dresden Files series by Jim Butcher and the His Dark Materials Trilogy by Phillip Pullman are both gonna sit at the top of my list forever. You should read them. Or ask me about other books. I've read more than is probably healthy.

I read Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand last year. When I started, I really wasn't enjoying it...and the book itself didn't really do anything noticeable to change but now I'm able to appreciate it. I'm still not convinced, but I can let people fend for themselves a bit more now.

Movies: Cinderella, New Moon (TEAM JACOB WOOOOOO), High School Musical 42, The Notebook, and Snakes on a Plane.

Honestly, I don't go to the movies that often. Sometimes I'll jump onto Netflix to see what's there but I've been told by more than one person that I'm uncultured (Of the Indiana Jones movies, I've only seen half of Temple of Doom and haven't seen any Bond movies).

Shows: I miss Scrubs. I wish season 7 hadn't ended. The most recent show I tried to keep up on was How I Met Your Mother, though I also started watching Arrested Development. I still need to catch up on both.

Music: The general rule for me is that if the music video takes place in a strip club or rolling down the street with enough topless women to make it an X-rated clown car, it sucks. Otherwise, I'll probably listen to it.

Food: Pretty much anything. I'm going to be really bad for your diet and encourage you to kill that six-billion calorie chocolate-dipped-frosting-coated ice cream cake of death with me. And then immediately turn around be like "Let's have artichokes for dinner!" On a related note, let's experiment and cook something new. If it goes bad, we can always go out to eat.
Six things I could never do without
-Something to do. When everyone's asleep except me, things start catching fire.
-Contacts. Having gone up to the age of 20 without them, I really appreciate how much better they make me look (or at least to me, they do).
-Diet Dr. Pepper
-My alarm clock (read: My phone)
-A limitless supply of books.
-My fleece blanket. If you've never experienced the joy that is a fleece blanket, fix that immediately. Trust me, your quality of life with triple, at least.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
how badass I look rollin' down the street in my baller '98 Camry. Turnin' heads, the ladies all goin' "Now there's a true man who knows how to save money."
On a typical Friday night I am
reading, playing pool, chillin' with friends, or running around my house screaming "NYYYYEEAAAARRRRMMMMMM I'M AN AIRPLANE!!!"
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I bought a 24-pack of Klondike bars the other day. No regrets.

I actually do drive a '98 Camry.

I scored 98% singing Spice Girls - "Wannabe" on one of the Rock Band-like games.

I think a woman that sings along to the radio at the top of her lungs is incredibly sexy.

I try to be a good person for myself, not because I think it will let me into heaven or anything like that. I just enjoy seeing people smile and that's reason enough for me. It seems like a foreign concept to most people, but there it is.

Also, I like to be outside...going exploring and all that, but I'm terrible at hiking due to a health condition.
You should message me if
You caught yourself smiling at any point in my profile.

I'd love to meet the girl of my dreams here, but I'm not really holding my breath. I'm always up for making new friends if you think we'd get along, toss me a message or just look at my profile and hope I'll send you one. Yeah, I know how this works.

I play video games. People come first every time and unless you play too (which would be awesome), you probably won't have to put up with it, but if it's still a deal-breaker for you anyway, keep movin'.

Also, it's worth noting that if you're farther north than Paso or south than Santa Maria and I message you, I'm not looking to get together, just to chat.
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