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My self-summary
Writer. Artist. Know-it-all. Music snob. Jet-set roustabout. International libertine. These are just a few of the words that have been used to describe me (admittedly, those last two are inaccurate at best). Leaf on the wind.

Street walkin' cheetah with a heart full of napalm. Glowing young ruffian. Last of the famous international playboys. Wait those are just song lyrics...

Yes, I'm a feminist.
What I’m doing with my life
Right now, I do PR and policy work for a medical association, which is every bit as fun as it sounds.

Before that, I was in the world of progressive politics and advocacy, where I did everything from field campaigns to speech writing.

Other than that, you'll find me out in my neighborhood drinking, laughing, loving all the wonderful, artistic, talented people in this city.

And sometimes I shut myself in for the night and have a self-date. (No, not like that, perv) Usually that means treating myself to something nerdy, like a new band I've been meaning to check out, learning something new, reading a graphic novel (or of the non-graphic variety), drawing, illustrating, and on and onandon.

Oh and sometimes I'll go on a self-date to the movies. If you've never tried it, give it a go. It's strangely liberating.
I’m really good at
Writing. Drawing. Arguing. Making my friends laugh. Narrating your pets' thoughts. Nerding out on good movies, books, and music. Appreciating great company. I'm a boss at kissing, but I'm sure everyone says that. I took a test on the Pantone website, and apparently I have perfect color vision, which is pretty cool. And I make a mean grilled cheese.
The first things people usually notice about me
I'd like to say it's my dazzling wit, but people mostly tell me they notice my smile or my hair first. Moving on...
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: American Gods, 1984, Everything is Illuminated, The Satanic Verses, Grapes of Wrath, Animal Farm, Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, The Looming Tower. I'm slowly making my way through the Harry Potter series, because better late than never, right? I'm not as well-read as I'd like to be. Recommend something to me!

Movies: Closer, West Side Story, Dr. Strangelove, Network, Love Actually (no judgments!), The Royal Tenenbaums, Juno, The Big Lebowski, Ex Machina. E.T. never fails to make me cry (again, no judgments!)

Shows: Parks and Rec, Community, Rick and Morty, 30 Rock, Venture Brothers, The Daily Show, The Colbert Report, The Wire, Game of Thrones, Buffy, Firefly, Doctor Who, Broad City, Portlandia, Daredevil, Steven Universe

Music: The Pixies, TV on the Radio, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, LCD Soundsystem, The National, The Clash, Sonic Youth, The Joy Formidable, Wolf Alice, Sleigh Bells, BRMC, The Velvet Underground, Radiohead, The Kills, The Libertines, Sam Cooke, Van Morrison, Marvin Gaye, Dresden Dolls (Amanda Palmer is my future wife; sorry Neil Gaiman). Locally, I likes me some The Town Monster (RIP), The Wet Darlings, The Girls(!), Damn the Witch Siren.

Love getting new music recs. Let me know what you're listening to.
The six things I could never do without
1. My phone. It's getting to the point where I start feeling panicky if my battery is low and there's not a charger in sight. It's bad.
2. Constant learning. I get super antsy when my brain has nothing to absorb. I'm curious like a cat. That's probably why they call me whiskers.
3. Human contact. I love people. I crave give and take, stimulating conversation, laughing, making people laugh, etc. People fascinate me.
4. Privacy. Kinda weird after number 3, I know. I need alone time. There are times that I want to just be my own company.
5. My computer. It's pretty much how all information makes it to my brain (see also: aforementioned phone)
6. Oxygen is also important.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
1. Clara Oswald's eyebrows.

End of list.
On a typical Friday night I am
Saving pictures of Debbie Harry to my desktop.

I mean... out with friends.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I own more graphic tees than is probably acceptable for a 30-year old male.

Sometimes I eat string cheese like a candy bar.

I have lost track of the number of times women have asked to put eye make up on me because of my long, blond eyelashes, but the number of times I've complied is around 10-ish.

I sometimes have nightmares about being hunted by velociraptors (damn, that movie really did a number on me...)

I consider the B-52s to be an extremely underrated band.

I only sing in falsetto.

I use unscented anti-perspirant and gender neutral-smelling shower stuff. Apparently, Procter & Gamble thinks that because I'm a guy, I should smell like a gigolo with a daytime job at an industrial chemical plant. No thanks.

Sometimes when I'm stressed out or not sleeping enough, my face twitches a little when I blink.

I wish I had put more thought into my username.

I get pretty excited when Idris Elba uses his real accent.

This list is getting pretty long. If you're still reading, we could probably be friends. Or, you know, more.
You should message me if
you read the above words and thought "hey, this guy sounds interesting enough to talk to."

What else would someone write here??

Oh! If you think I look like Wash from Firefly. Oh! If you think that's a good thing. Obviously.

Fair warning: If you wear cowboy boots on our first date, you can't get mad if I wear a pirate costume on our second.