38Middletown, United States
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My self-summary
I'm the kind of guy who isn't easily intimidated. I can fit in to a lot of different scenes and be comfortable. I love picking up new hobbies and I'm good at learning things. I'm bad at being careful I'm not perfect. The good news is you don't have to be either.
What I’m doing with my life
I feel like to answer this question and not seem shallow you need something like "I'm establishing peace in Saudi Arabia." But I'm not, I just buy their gas like everyone else. I guess what I'm doing, and will always do, is keeping my employer satisfied, being a dutiful family member and friend, and looking to meet more friends. It keeps life interesting!
I’m really good at
I'm solid in my resolve. When people count on me I do everything I can not to let them down.
The first things people usually notice about me
My nobel peace prize for humility. People usually notice it first because I'll say "hey I'm a peace prize winner, can I cut you in line?" Or I'll walk up to a crowded bar and say "Oy, nobel peace prize winner over here and I'm thirsty!"
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I like sports but I'm not a slave to sporting events. If your birthday happens to be in October then you won't lose contact with me because of the world series.
I have a very open mind when it comes to music. I wish RocknRoll wasn't dead's pretty undeniable. I'm always up for checking out live music though.
Of course I love movies and TV but I love books most of all. Not e-readers but those things with the bindings that get ketchup stains because you took them to lunch. A lot of people on this site like to list their favorite TVmusicmoviesbooks but I'm just happy you're still reading and don't want to bore you. And after all how can you say that Slaughterhouse 5 is your favorite book even though it's great! Is it better than The Grapes of Wrath? And we haven't even talked about Edith Wharton or Faulkner yet so no, I can't subscribe to any top ten list.
Six things I could never do without
My necessary six things pyramid starts at the bottom with a job, my family, and my car. Preferably a stick shift, my favorite family members, and the job I have now.
The second two bricks of the pyramid are my bicycle and faith that things will get better. You might be surprised that a bike can be compared to a philosophy as powerful as faith but you haven't seen it. It's orange and still manages to look cool, especially so when I wear my Irish jersey.
At the top of my pyramid of need is companionship. Shared experiences are always more fulfilling.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
This profile for one. I've spent over an hour now running the line between taking this seriously but not too seriously. Is serious more appealing to women than flippant and irreverant? I don't know but at least I'm being myself.
On a typical Friday night I am
Friday might be the least typical night of the week, or in the top two with Saturday. I don't go out every night anymore but I'm spontaneous and am usually even more so on Friday nights.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I won't bail out on this question, despite my high faluting literary talk in a previous paragraph I love me some pulp and occasional bad grammar. The most private thing I'm willing to admit to the web is I obsessively read the Game of Throne series Song of Ice and Fire. I finished the whole thing so far and immediately started it again. It's not the worst thing to be addicted to unless books six and seven suck.
You should message me if
If you put a mirror under your nose and it starts fogging up then you should message me. I'm really into girls that can do that. A strange fetish to be sure, maybe I should have put this under the most private thing I'm willing to admit.
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