hyku7
32 Seattle, United States
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My self-summary
I called the other Washington home for a few years after growing up in on a farm in a small town in Virginia. Since college I've lived in Spain, Nicaragua and Chile. I've been working in international development and with a non-profit. I came to Seattle to work for a startup and am looking for a change of pace. DC was great, but I got hooked on the espresso shops, outdoors, and the people in the pnw..yes I've heard of the Seattle freeze but people or genuinely nice...a bit quirky but het.

I am a master of nothing but skilled in the finer things: body surfing, merengue, etc. I played jazz in high school and college and I'm probably the sexiest band geek you've ever met. I can spend hours wandering around art museums. Equally, I like letting go at a concert or a club. I love going on adventures and doing something for the first time every day.

Some new developments. Workin in tech now. My morning commute is a ferry ride. Getting more and more comfortable but still missing out a co-pilot in life :) hope you're good at navigating
Looking to meet new people and hopefully find a gf.
What I’m doing with my life
Solving the hard problems and having fun doing it
I’m really good at
Making you laugh
Finding good restaurants
Brewing beer
Diving into awkward situations
Speaking Spanish
Dance moves
The first things people usually notice about me
How handsome I am..
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
The Tipping Point
World War Z
The Silmarillion
The six things I could never do without
Olive oil
My little brothers
Internets
The Outer Banks
Warm showers
Apple dumplings w vanilla ice cream
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Entirely too much grown-up stuff
On a typical Friday night I am
Plotting my next journey
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I have a minor case of a syndrome called moebius
You should message me if
Don't put too much stock in photos and hastily written bios and prefer a face-to-face
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