I'm in a relationship, and as long as that's true, I won't be on this site. Hopefully, I'll never be back.
Short-term I'm looking for someone to have fun with. It seems like whatever you do is more fun if you have someone to do it with, and there's a lot going on in this town. Long-term, I want to start a family. I completely understand people who don't want kids, but I'm afraid that's a bit of a deal breaker for me.
I'm really interested if you have a unique skill or hobby or subject that you can teach me about. And if you're into fitness at all, that's great. I've let my fitness slip since I got out of the Navy and started grad school and it would be awesome to have someone to run or cycle or do yoga or other sporty stuff with and get back in shape. (A few years ago I spent quite a bit on a commuter bicycle that now functions as a fairly serviceable coat rack. I'd love to dust it off again!) I'm currently working on losing weight, and I'm averaging a pound or two a week.
I can solve a Rubik's Cube in under three minutes. I'm not sure if that's impressive or not.
I also really like to cook, and try new things in the kitchen. I find that cooking is even more fun when you have someone to share it with.
My favorite movie is probably "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington." But I also love "The Last of the Mohicans," "The Thing," "The Great Dictator," the Marx Brothers films, and "Thank You For Smoking," to name a few.
As for television, I like a number of sitcoms, but I usually prefer to watch them several episodes at a time on a slow weekend. I also enjoy a lot of UK shows like "Sherlock," "QI," and "8 Out of 10 Cats;" Also, I've really gotten into "Breaking Bad," "Trailer Park Boys," "The League," and "Conan."
2. My iPhone. I've become an addict!
3. Rum. Just, rum.
5. Warm socks out of the dryer.
6. Internet access. I know this one sounds dumb, but I always forget just how much I do online until the service is out.
I start running out of ideas then. I guess I could do without a lot of things.
I'm so, so, sorry for that joke.
I like the idea of lots of things that I'm sure would be less fun in real life than they are in my imagination. I like to think about becoming a college instructor, or opening a bar, or just traveling the world like a bum. Things like that.
I own a onesie. It's super warm and comfortable, like sweatpants for your whole body.
If you agree that the best Doctors were the first, third, fourth, fifth, tenth, and eleventh. I also liked the sort of dark brooding tone of the ninth doctor, but thought it could have been handled better. And while I'm at it, fuck the sixth doctor. That guy was a dick.