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My self-summary
While this site has an option for being in an open relationship (which I am) it doesn't really equate to the same as being single, or better yet, available. All it really lets you do is find other people in the same situation. Even though they're probably great people, you're left with just 10 people to look through, which feels crap. I mention this as a reason to explain my single status, while not being such. Now that you've been informed, those who are purely monogamous can lea... oh. They've already left. That's cool. But you're still here, so on we go!

I consider myself weird. I used to be wholesome and unoffensive, boring and shy. Now the word wholesome means nothing to me, I can hardly ever be unoffensive, I'm much less shy. Boring? Hmm... By God, I love to spend a lot of time at home... doing shit I think is awesome, but my standards aren't everyone's. Guilty as charged!
I initially show myself as being careful and considerate. Once I like you it becomes a joyride of playful and ridiculous.

I love sharing media experiences. For reasons I don't fully understand, I'm happiest when watching something with someone. All my best memories include this. Often times I'll have something that I want to get across to someone, but I'll have a video that sums it up way better than I ever could. Like so: https://youtu.be/1eUrwYQe3Dw
What does it sum up? That this is an example of a great moment in life.

I want to spend time with people the way my cat spends time with me. Intensely, but still on her terms. But I promise not to claw you when I'm hungry. Also, I'm effective, though, I'm told not efficient at my own cleaning. I do a lot of sleeping. And I can sometimes feed myself. This analogy isn't really working anymore.
What I’m doing with my life
"Shoveling shit. Fighting Crime in the form of shit, with a shovel as his only weapon. Putting out fires, but with a shovel, and the fire is made of shit. Going to the moon, if his rocket is a shovel and the moon is a pile of shit to be shoveled."

For real, I clean animal shit at the zoo. They call it being an animal keeper, but there's no point in sugar coating it. It's sometimes life-threatening. It lets me make use of my degree in Philosophy. You can get so much good thinking done while doing manual labor. I don't really think I do important work, but I love the work I do.

I'm currently planning out writing a horribly long YA fiction book series that will no doubt be painfully successful. And never see the light of day. My world is huge, my story so short.
I’m really good at
The first things people usually notice about me
Hair (not the mohawk, that's not an everyday thing), outdated wide-leg jeans, tight shirts that accentuate my completely average and flabby body, hoodie, chain wallet.
I.e. no sense of style. NONE
But the shit is comfortable, and that's the only point.

Secondary things people notice about me:
My hair smells great.

Something you'll never notice about me:
The pitch of my voice changes depending on the language I'm speaking.

I may smell faintly of hay.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books - The Gay Science is probably the book that has stuck with me the most over the years. While I do read, nothing of note has come through recently, and I won't bore you by replaying a list of everything I read while I was in college. I haven't read those books in years. It's just not fair. I read a bunch of YA fiction.

Recently, though, comic books. A bunch of Marvel, no DC, some indie. Current favorites is The Wicked + The Divine and Wet Moon. Both are hot to death.

Movies - Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, End of Evangelion, Pride and Prejudice (2005), Silent Hill, Fight Club, The Shining, Fist of Legend, Drunken Master (1978), MST3K - Gamera

TV - House, Firefly, Adventure Time, Natsume Youjinchou, The Big Bang Theory, Top Gear, Doctor Who, Serial Experiments Lain, Evangelion, Cowboy Bebop, Gurren Lagann, Koi Kaze, Haibane Renmei, Star Trek (TNG+Voyager+DS9), Good Eats, Iron Chef America, Boy Meets World, Freaks and Geeks, Mushi-shi, Metalocalypse, BBC Horizon, Space Ghost Coast to Coast, Firefly, FLCL, Torchwood, Soul Eater, Honey & Clover, Downton Abbey, Misfits

Comedy - Eddie Izzard, Doug Stanhope, Louis CK

Music - Most lately I got annoyed with myself for saying that I liked metal and punk rock but found that I hadn't listened to anything new in like 10 years (not really).
Recent loves: Blue Stahli, Cursed, Dance With the Dead, Die Antwoord, The Distillers, Heavens to Betsy, Leftover Crack, Oathbreaker, Shining, Star Fucking Hipster, Trash Talk, The Vandals
- Basically, if you sound hard as shit and you happen to have a female vocalist, I'm in.

Select examples of old stand-bys
Metal (Zao, Shadow) / Jazz (Chet Baker, Stan Getz) / Backpacker Hip-Hop (RJD2, Company Flow) / IDM (Boards of Canada, Aphex Twin) / Powernoise (Terrorfakt, Noisex) / Aggrotech (Grendel, Psyclon Nine) / Trip-Hop (DJ Shadow, DJ Cam)
Ska (Save Ferris, Less Than Jake, Miami Bazooka Head) / Singer/Songwriters (Magda Umer, Shiina Ringo) / Angura-kei (MUCC) / Visual-kei (Malice Mizer, X Japan) / Soundtracks (Evangelion, Pride and Prejudice) / Alternative (Cake, Foo Fighters) / Psytrance (Infected Mushroom, Shpongle) / Punk (Anti-Flag, 30 Foot Fall) / J-Punk (STANCE PUNKS, Thee Michelle Gun Elephant) / Mathcore (The Number Twelve Looks Like You, Dillinger Escape Plan) / VGM (Zelda, Katamari Damacy) / Post-Rock (A Silver Mt. Zion, Cinematic Orchestra)
I fall asleep to down tempo playlists.
I hate whatever it is my downstairs neighbors are listening to right now. It sounds like street fair music, I have no idea.
If you're more interested in this aspect of me:
Let it show you how not similar we are.
If that happens to be untrue, you're weird and I need to talk to you.

Video Games - TF2, Silent Hill+2, Zelda (Ocarina of Time, Twilight Princess), No More Heroes, Okami, Katamari Damacy, Shadow Hearts: Covenant, Soul Caliber II (GC), Need for Speed Underground 2, Psychonauts, DDR (DDRMAX2 and all older versions), Guitar Hero/Rock Band (any), Pokémon, Witcher 3, Fallout 4
The six things I could never do without
No, let's not do this.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Gender equality, feminism, religion.
How I feel about them: Please, yes, and no.

Important things aside, random facts are my thing. You might feel the desire to ask a question like "If aliens aren't real then why do so many people report having been abducted?" Then I'll bite my lip and try to figure out if I should shut my mouth and let you have your paranormal fantasy or tell you about sleep paralysis and the different ways cultures interpret the phenomenon.
I like to know a little about everything. Anecdotes and stories are things I love. Information is something I'm always searching for.
On a typical Friday night I am
Realizing it's Sunday night for the rest of the world and no one wants to do anything fun. OH GREAT.
I don't get to have a typical work week.
You should message me if
You want to explore/swap music experiences.
You want to share unanswered questions. I have some too, after all.
You want to watch some sort of media and talk about it.
Even if you don't want to.

Oh, just message me already.