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My self-summary

My primary interests include food, technology, and humor (stand-up comedy, "that's what she said" jokes, etc etc.) I was born, raised, and educated in Michigan. I've lived in Manhattan for 2.5 years now and plan on being in New York for a long time.

I consider myself:
-Fun, but serious when I have to be
-Lazy on the weekends, but ambitious on the weekdays
-A very considerate, kind person, but I won't hesitate to let someone know when I think they're being stupid
-Humble, but confident
-Intelligent, but with a healthy dose of stupid
What I’m doing with my life
Work-wise: I work in the online advertising industry as a Solutions Consultant at a great company whose search engine you've probably used today. I've been there for over a year now and it's a job that doesn't stop giving. I don't plan on leaving it anytime soon.

Personal: I just moved into my own apartment in the East Village and am looking forward to being a real live grownup.
I’m really good at
Finding common ground
Spotting celebrities
Being efficient
Remembering people/events (attention to detail)
Reading people
The first things people usually notice about me
I've been told I have lovely green eyes. It's okay if you disagree, it's just what I've been told more than a few times in my life.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Movies: Love the mob flicks (Goodfellas, Casino, Departed). I think they have every key element a good movie should have: drama, violence, comedy, maybe even a little romance... overall they're just believable movies with good acting. I'm also always down for a good comedy.

Shows: The Office

Music: I can get into anything (except country) but I'm mostly a 90s hip-hop fan. I will always have Nas, Biggie, Jay-z, etc. on my most current playlist.

Food: Don't get me started. I eat anything and everything, as long as it's good!

Books: When I have time to read I want the material to be practical information (like the news, a periodical of some type, "how to" book) as opposed to fiction. That's just my personality.
Six things I could never do without
Mexican food
Cooking Channel
I spend a lot of time thinking about
How to better myself
The future (whether that be the weekend or 40 years from now)
On a typical Friday night I am
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I don't think I have too many things to keep private from others. I'll let you find this one out
You should message me if
You think you could enjoy my company and return the favor.
The two of us