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My self-summary
Note: I recently started shaving my head and I'll put up some updated pictures when I have them. So just an FYI in case some people have preferences for hair :).

So here's the deal. I'm a cross between that guy in that PG-13 romantic comedy that everyone is rooting for and Kurt Busch. No I don't have millions of dollars but tons of people say I look just like him. He uses it to his advantage when he has to pit and I fill in for him sometimes.

In all seriousness I love my life. I have great friends, family and job. I'd love to add to that sentence with someone special. But I've learned over my time dating that you can't force things. I would never want to settle for someone who wouldn't be able to smile at my one millionth "That's What She Said" joke. Nor would I want a person that isn't compassionate and sincere. Sincerity is a huge deal for me, probably the biggest. If you're one of those people who says one thing to one person and the opposite to someone else, count me out. I'm looking for a serious relationship not a 90210 ripoff.

A couple things I learned about the south in the last five years: condiments shouldn't be ketchup and mayonnaise separately, they should be ketchup and mayonnaise mixed and the reason southern people move slower isn't because they're lazier, it's because it's so damn hot in the south that there's no reason to move faster unless you're crazy.

I aim to be healthy but this doesn't always work out. I never want to be in a situation where I deprive myself of an experience because I'm worried about food. This usually means that I eat well during the week and eat like a hungry elephant on weekends.

I go back and forth with working out. I did P90X consistently for a while and got in really good shape and then I got out of the habit. I'm looking to pick it up again.

I like to go out and have fun. Sometimes this involves alcohol and dancing like a drunk chimpanzee. Do not get discouraged. My lack of rhythm is apparently hilarious (I think I'm a great dancer and have vids to prove it if you so ask).

I'm not religious at all. If you are, it will not work between us. I do not say this because I don't like religious people. I say this as someone who has dated a religious person and had it be the barrier to a successful relationship. This does not mean that I'm not a moral person. I have a very fleshed out moral code. I'm compassionate, kind and thoughtful. I cannot stand self-involved selfish people. There is so much more to the world than just the sphere of influence you exude. Embrace it!

Do you want to know anything else about me? Send me a message.
What I’m doing with my life
I'm a computer programmer for a sports company.
I’m really good at
being genuine
sticking to my beliefs no matter the situation
being a good friend
playing words you've never heard of in words with friends
The first things people usually notice about me
my goofy grin, my blue eyes
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food

Lord of the Rings
Batman Begins


Friday Night Lights


Andrew Bird
Arcade Fire
Band of Horses
The Big Pink
Broken Bells
Crystal Castles
Cut Copy
The Decemberists
Ellie Goulding
Explosions in the Sky
Florence + The Machine
Grizzly Bear
Imogen Heap
La Roux
Lykke Li
The National
Passion Pit
Sigur Ros
St. Vincent

etc etc
The six things I could never do without
1. Family
2. Friends
3. Books
4. Sports (Bruins, Red Sox, Patriots, Celtics)
5. Computers
6. Music
I spend a lot of time thinking about
if there's a way to pull a reverse Tom Hanks in BIG and actually shrink. If you're thinking about Honey I Shrunk the Kid you're on the right track!
On a typical Friday night I am
All I know is I won't be wearing boat shoes.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
When I was 4 I told my Mom that Mom stood for "Mean Old Mother", she's never forgotten and I regret it ever since!
You should message me if
you're ready to laugh, flirt and can deal with sarcasm