32 Atlanta, United States
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My self-summary
So this is the part of the profile where people string together completely incongruous words like “passionately detached."

NYC is fun, but I miss California a bit. Work, friends, travel, basketball, wander, sometimes in that order.

Update: I moved to Atlanta for work. More to come.
What I’m doing with my life
Trying to answer this question. The answer is coming, I swear.
I’m really good at
Learning the lyrics to songs after a couple listens, sometimes in languages I don’t speak.
Doing the voice of the gross old man on family guy.
Eating for two people.
Thinking that I’m still good at basketball and/or volleyball.
Navigating airports.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: Count of Monte Cristo, Les Miserables, Three Musketeers, Man in the Iron Mask, etc. The sorts of books that get made into movies that are invariably cast with former teen actors who are now trying to show they can carry a movie and need to be taken seriously. And it usually doesn’t work (sorry Orlando Bloom). On a lighter note, Calvin & Hobbes and Donald Duck comics.

Movies: anything except horror. And by anything I mean mostly Stomp The Yard.

Shows: basketball; family guy; californication; house of lies; luck; the voice; stewart/colbert; jersey shore.

Music: rap. Inappropriate for a 28 year old white male from the suburbs? Probably. But not any more than it was when I was 8 years old and liked the exact same nonsense. And of course all the phases that every American adolescent went through (Beatles! Zeppelin!, ACDC!), plus a few that were distinctly off-beat (Mana! BoA!). If you don’t know the last two, don’t worry. If you do know the last two, fantastic.

Food: everything/anything at dinner. Dessert is a different story.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Isn't okc like a giant bar? Looking at someone's profile is like eye contact, and if it's returned, the guy has to go say hi, right? And if it's too much back and forth looking, with no talking, then it just dies. Am I the only one that sees this?
On a typical Friday night I am
debating whether to act like a 21 year old or a 45 year old. And wondering why the middle ground is so elusive.