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My self-summary
My profile is best experienced when read out loud by Morgan Freeman.

*Morgan Freeman voice* It's crazy to think we'll one day tell our grandchildren that on 1/20/2017 we witnessed the opening ceremonies to the FIRST Annual Hunger Games! I'm on here for the same reasons we all are: find someone to help build my alcohol tolerance to hopefully last us the next 4 years.

I've lived in Europe and Asia. Traveled to 23 countries, and road-tripped the US... which has lent itself to many adventures and
interesting stories best told over drinks.
What I’m doing with my life
Unlocking the mysteries of the Universe.
I’m really good at
not remembering where I parked my car at the Fair Oaks Mall. There's two Macy's there. There should never be two Macy's anywhere. This was only created to drive people insane and think your car just might have been stolen.
The first things people usually notice about me
I'm pretty approachable and am a pretty snappy dresser?
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Netflix: Stranger Things, Narcos, Travelers, Master of None, Black Mirror <- if you're not watching this show already, you need to. It's only 12 episodes and it's Brilliant and will blow your mind.

Amazon: Man in the High Castle, Red Oaks

All others: Breaking Bad, Game of Thrones, It's always sunny in Philadelphia, Parks and Rec, 30 Rock, The Walking Dead, Dexter.
Six things I could never do without
family, friends, music, my guitar, movies, any books by Chuck Palahniuk
I spend a lot of time thinking about
the Universe and why Pinkberry in Clarendon only "sometimes" stocks Caramel Frozen Yogurt, cause honestly, it's fucking delicious.
Get on that shit, Pinkberry. "I'm not mad. ....I'm just 'disappointed.'"
On a typical Friday night I am
Nationals or Capitals games. Depends on the season. Always game for karaoke or a concert.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
On Career Day, I made a very compelling presentation in front of my Second Grade Class as to why i wanted to become a professional baseball player and a Dentist. A professional Major League Baseball playing Dentist. Even at a young age I was ambitious. I truly peaked at the age of 8. ...My life was been downhill ever since.
You should message me if
people other than you... would consider you awesome, and you are, in fact, awesome. You and me together would equal very awesome, and that formula appeals to you.
The two of us