37Manhattan, United States
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What I’m doing with my life
Hmm, lets see, I'm 33 and I've lived in various neighborhood's of nyc for the past 5 years. I am a self employed photo stylist, which means that I typically work on photo shoots for different companies every week (if I'm lucky). Can be stressful working for yourself, but such a fun job. And don't worry, nobody really understands what exactly it is that I do, but if you google Photo Stylist, it may have a better description than I could ever give.
I’m really good at
Parallel parking. Making fun of and laughing at myself and others. Finding something to talk and laugh about with just about anyone. And being kind to waiters, custodians and taxi drivers.... I think they are just as human as the rest of us, but they possibly do harder jobs than most.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: Kite runner; Angela's Ashes; Memoirs of A Geisha; A Man Without a Country; Eat, Pray Love
Movies: Blow, Braveheart, The Notebook, & Most recently Argo, Rust & Bone
Shows: hmm probably the girlie stuff like Greys Anatomy (dont judge) and Scandal
Music: Dance-y type music, Top 40, Reggae, favorite stations on Pandora: XX radio, Florence and the machine radio, Robyn Radio
Food: Mediterranean, Uruguayan/ Argentinean
Six things I could never do without
My nephew
My phone for actual phone conversations
The Beach
Very good coffee or my Espresso machine
Conversations with good friends and family
Music and dance sessions
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Going back to school to possibly study Nutrition.
And traveling to warm and beautiful places.
On a typical Friday night I am
Exhausted. If not straight home, I try to meet up with either neighborhood or city friends for a drink and or bite in or around NYC. I can be found anywhere from a dark, possibly "divey" irish bar to the The Boom Boom Room. I've always believed it was more the company you keep.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Maybe that I don't own a microwave? Oh, and that I'm ridiculously scared and intimidated about meeting people on the internet!
You should message me if
You can laugh at yourself and me. And most importantly, You're not a weirdo. I've met a ton of them, and I know more exist, but I'm hoping I get a chance to meet a few new people who are kind, down to earth and have more than a decent sense of humor. I ve been on this site for less than a month and my inbox has been inundated with gentlemen who clearly have been at this longer than I. Please, if you live farther than a subway ride or are older than 43, I would prefer to maybe have a conversation should we happen to meet in a public place. My father is on the younger side, and it just feel s a bit strange to meet someone "online" so close to his age bracket. but many thank you's
The two of us