imanonymous321
31 Manhattan, United States
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My self-summary
I like to visit new countries, experience different cultures, put myself out there, eat great food (currently very into Vietnamese), curb your enthusiasm (I'm anonymous is a reference to an episode), politics, david bowie, talking heads, men's fashion, whiskey, museums, running, ice cream, irony, people who don't hold back, dogs, and run-on sentences. The most important things to me are cliches, closely followed by family and friends. I am passionate about working hard as well as having a good time. I am very ambitious and focused on achieving whatever my goals may be, but enjoy joking around. I hope that sounds cookie cutter enough for you.
What I’m doing with my life
Keeping busy. I'm on the finance side as opposed to the other popular option for men - startup life and culture. I like where I work and what I do, but my job doesn't define me.

Going to live music. I went to jazzfest in New Orleans this past year and the music, food, and people were all outstanding. I'm going again in April and can't wait!
I’m really good at
Planning trips that leave ample room for spontaneity.

Thinking, listening, questioning, growing, exploring, and enjoying life.

Favorite fortune cookie quote: "make it a rule of life never to regret and never to look back."
I guessed the learn chinese word would be 'eggplant.'
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Atul gawande. Aldous Huxley. George Orwell.

Labyrinth. Anchorman. Royal Tenenbaums.

Breaking Bad. Arrested. Twin Peaks.

Velvet Underground. Sigur Ros. Neil Young.

Pho. Sushi. Butternut squash soup.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
My next meal, adventure, trip, challenge.

No one is going to get out there for you!
On a typical Friday night I am
Napping or too big to fail (with good company of course).

"I like large parties. They’re so intimate. At small parties there isn’t any privacy."

-FSF
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
When I was six I got out of the shower and thought it would be a fantastic idea to run around the house with a towel over my head. Being the safety conscious child that I was, I made sure to tell my four year old sister to warn me if I got too close to the fireplace. Obviously, next thing I know I am going to the hospital for stitches. My parents offered me a gift for being a good camper. I asked for an orange soda and remember thinking that I made out like a bandit.
You should message me if
You think we will get along and are interested in taking this offline.

You don't mind that I'm very pretentious when it comes to pizza.
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