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My self-summary
Edit: Yeah so I'm not in Maine anymore, but have you seen how long winded I was in my profile? I'm going to edit all the Maine crap out. Just...not today.

Note: I'm currently in Maine, but moving back home to New Jersey on August 11th or 12th, which is why I've updated my zipcode. I'm just kind of in the process of updating my profile for the aforementioned move.

Preface: I despise the whole dance around the truth artful euphemism thing Okcupid has going on over on that Body Type field, and my arms are too short to reach my phone far enough for a full body shot, so, I'm 5'11", and last time I weighed myself I was 239. I've been as low as 180 and as high as..uh...239. So yeah, some...room for improvement. Working on that.

Most people put here that they aren't great at talking about themselves. I'm no exception, however, I am one to go against the grain, so I'm going to do the exact opposite of that here. With that said:

I am -AWESOME-. I've been living in Maine for almost two years now. I've eaten a moose, or at least part of one, and that means I win Maine. I'm originally from New Jersey (and moving back there very soon). The good part. Not the part where you get stabbed. Princeton. You know, where Einstein lived. I moved to Maine because my mother was in some financial and domestic trouble (and now refuses to get a job because I'm here paying her bills, so I'm leaving). The entire state, as you may or may not know, closes down at 9 P.M., so I have a lot of free time on my hands to create profiles on okcupid.com for example. I don't know about you, but I sometimes have a pressing need to go drink coffee at two in the morning. Update: And now that I'm moving back, meet me at the corner of 77th and Lexington. I have a hankerin' for 14 dollar double espresso.

I'm a bit of a geek, though I believe I hide that nicely by balancing that side of me out with football and beer. My favorite Maine past-time is driving through Bangor, rolling down the windows and yelling "Tom Brady is overrated!". I don't believe that of course. It's just fun. Update: Well okay, now that I'm updating my profile since I'm moving home, I totally do believe that. You suck, Maine.

In conclusion, I like Maine (I was totally lying), but I love Jersey. I'm going home someday. Not today. Tomorrow isn't looking good either. So here I am! Update: Heeeey, the day after tomorrow came! Hello, Jersey!
What I’m doing with my life
I design mansions for millionaires, and then live in them. On Sunday I have tea with the premier of Namibia, and on Tuesdays I fly the space shuttle. Also, I occasionally make stuff up.

I'm a Database Architect, and a 3D Graphical Engineer. However, no one in Maine knew what a Database Architect or a 3D Graphical Engineer was, so I'm coming home.
I’m really good at
Everything. Didn't you read the above few paragraphs? Okay, it might have been a little exaggerated.

I grew up in a family comprised mainly of English professors, so my grammar is pretty decent. It'll really come in handy if I ever decide to re-take the third grade. I tried writing a book once, but as it turns out, I tend to ramble, and have trouble articulating all my random thoughts into one coherent one.

There's other stuff I'm really good at...but as mentioned earlier, I tend to ramble, so I'll just leave it at that for now.
The first things people usually notice about me
Well it depends. Sometimes I dress like Party Boy from Jackass, at which times the first thing people usually notice is the leopard print thong. They don't generally appreciate when I dress like that for church though, so sometimes people notice my glasses first I guess.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I used to read a lot of Chrichton, but nowadays I tend to read more non fiction. Exciting stuff like Von Daniken, and anything regarding history. As far as movies and music, that'd be a long list. I'm fairly eclectic. I enjoy a bit of everything, as long as it isn't hardcore gangster rap or...what the hell is that thing where the people just scream into a microphone with the sound of merry squirrels being tortured in the background? Screamo? As far as food goes, it isn't my favorite, but I really, really, really miss Tri State Pizza. Pizza in Maine is good and all..but...they should call it something else. It's not Pizza.

Maybe we could go to New York together and get some Pizza. Update: I am stopping in New York for some freaking pizza on the way home.
Six things I could never do without
1. Clean Underwear
2. Hope
3. My Smartphone
4. Glasses
5. Harmonica
6. Bottle of Whiskey
* 5-6 are solely there in the event that I get marooned on a desert island.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Too many things. There are dreamers, and do-ers, I've always been told. I've always been more of the former. I've always striven to change that, though.
On a typical Friday night I am
Tired. So very, very tired. Work is hard. They should just get rid of it and let us have fun all day and just give us money based on how awesome we are, because I would be like a -BILLIONAIRE-.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
In all seriousness, despite the lighthearted nature of the rest of my sections, my greatest wish has always been to get married and have a family. I've wanted it since I was five. You know, ever since I was a little girl. Then I would have tea with my barbies and we'd talk about what our dream wedding would be like, then we'd all line up and do a care bear stare at my My Little Pony dolls. Okay, some of that is slightly exaggerated, but the starting point stands.

Oh, and also: I think that Christmas should be a "1 thoughtful gift" event for kids, instead of a "Let's spend the GDP of Canada in a month" kind of event. And if it's not apparent from that statement, I'm a Socialist.

Oh and one more thing. I think that http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HzkEwPZWALA is the most awesome thing I've seen in quite some time that's been produced by the internet, so I felt like sharing it.
You should message me if
You can see through my comedic veneer to the honest, romantic geek beneath.

Or if you are simply as awesome as I am.
The two of us