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My self-summary
I think it is too bad we cannot fill out these profiles like Madlibs. It started out promising with the three adjectives, but then they drop the ball. I could put in a few nouns (Burlap, honeydew, hairnet, ice cream cone, and cloud) a few adjectives (supercilious, heavy, ornate, loud, cheap), and maybe 3 verbs (run, sex up, listen) And, then my profile would be created expertly from that. Oh how the crowds would applaud.

I am thoughtful, erratz, and quilted
What I’m doing with my life
This question is so severe. Does everyone else hear a guy in a pristine dark suit and frown asking this while looking upon you from above when you read this question? Can't you tell I am doing just fine? Must I always explain myself to you? OH HOW I WEEP.
I’m really good at
Making people laugh. Having fun in boring situations. Making up dumb scenarios. Making light of the serious. Listening. Forgetting what time it is.
The first things people usually notice about me
My tshirt. I wear fun ones with penguins, or grovers. Unless, I am wearing a comfortable summer shirt with buttons that lets the air flow.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I have a ton of favorites and it would be boring just to sit here listing them! Yet, that is exactly what I am going to do. Boredom is sometimes needed! Atleast it is in mixed up order, so perhaps a fun surprise will pop up here or there: Stereolab, Catcher in the Rye, The Simpsons, Belle and Sebastian, Seinfeld, Time Traveler's Daughter, Fiery Furnaces, Portishead, Sufjan Stevens, Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay, Beach Boys, Star Wars, The Little Prince, Indiana Jones, Beatles, Arrested Development, The Office, The Iron Giant, 30 Rock, Knocked Up, God of Small Things, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Divine Comedy, Go-Betweens, Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, Robyn Hitchcock, Math and Physics Club
Six things I could never do without
I could never do without food. I don't know about everyone else, but I would die if I didn't eat atleast once every couple of days. I mean, I would literally DIE. It would be terrible. I like all sorts of food, so atleast i have options, from pizza to paella, and other non p named foods.

I really couldn't make it through 48 hours without some sort of liquid. I mostly drink water, because it comes from the fridge and doesn't get watered down by the ice cubes. I also like gatorade. Or beer. And maybe Meyers's Rum. But, mostly water. (I am drinking some now.)

And, really the other two pale in comparison to air. Isn't air great? I don't remember the last weekend I went without breathing some of it. It was probably in high school. You know how crazy things were back in the 90s. What with the grunge and all that.

The fourth thing I could not do without is stuff to read. I like to read when I take a walk, or when I wait in line at the post office, or when I take a bath, or when I ride an exercise bicycle, or when I sleep in a bed. Or, even non traditionally, I read a lot on the computer. I like to read emails from friends, or online newspapers, or blogs that people have.

I would have trouble living without music. Sure, I go days at a time without listening to stuff from my collection, and I have to make do with music from the radio, or snappy jingles from ads. But, sometimes I need to use music to help me get through the day and the days I need to hear a particular song would be terrible without then.

I really would have trouble surviving day to day without lists. Liket his one!
I spend a lot of time thinking about
My family. What to do tomorrow. What I did today. Funny things that happened to me. Funny things that could happen to me. Where the world is headed. How I can survive the trip. You. (Ten points for creepy!)
On a typical Friday night I am
Cooking dinner, or going out to eat. Welcoming the weekend, but thinking I should do some work over the weekend so I don't have work as hard during the regular week. Also, saying TGIF and getting down and groovy. (TGIF stands for Thank Goodness It is Friday.)(Groovy is a word the young people use to signify fun times are ahead.)
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I have never been able to successfully transform any of my senses into any sort of super power. My olfactory senses received my greatest attention.
You should message me if
you are fun! Or you aren't fun, but you can fake it for significant amounts of time before you go home and have to be really boring with your cats to become yourself again. That probably isn't healthy, but hey atleast I get to see the fun parts. It's your poor cats who have to suffer. Maybe, I should call ASPCA?
The two of us