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My self-summary
Studies have shown that you're more likely to have a 90% more interesting conversation than your previous one by messaging this guy.

Also, 5/5 rating as a passenger on Uber.

**If you're voting for Trump, it's not a deal-breaker, but we'll certainly have a very lively discussion on our first date.
What I’m doing with my life
NOT living with my folks! (Figured I'd put that...)

I have an orthopedic therapy practice, and am a strategic advisor for a start up. I'm transitioning away from medicine into other business pursuits and geopoliticking.

Love to travel when I have the chance (been to more countries than states).
I’m really good at
Listening. Researching. Figuring stuff out.

Also, butchering your native language with an American accent. And artisan sandwiches.
The first things people usually notice about me
Mah bewbs!

Probably more like my mastery over the words your/you're and to/2/two/too. I can even use a semi-colon properly. Go college.

The salt and pepper is also coming in real nicely.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Shows: I like to keep up on stuff like House of Cards, Cosmos, Years of Living Dangerously, Archer, Rick and Morty, Game of Thrones, Sherlock, Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, The Daily Show/Colbert Report, etc. Also a fan of some Anime.

Books: Ones like 'The Alchemist', 'The 4-Hour Body', and 'The 5th Discipline' stand out. Really big into audiobooks right now (keep that sanity while in traffic). Currently reading 'Zero to One' by Peter Thiel and Blake Masters.

I can also cook. I make a mean stir-fry.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Important stuff!

Usually global current events.
On a typical Friday night I am
DOING REALLY IMPORTANT STUFF. Or still thinking about it. Or both.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
-I read the profiles.
-I've eaten a tarantula...once.
-I was a nerd before the cool kids were doing it.
-I've been to 10 countries, so far.
-I'm a little bit of a gamer. I enjoy Xbox360 and computer games. It doesn't take up a lot of time, but its fun. I'm currently in the middle of a number of Indie games and League of Legends.
-My car has seat warmers. It's pretty great.
-I've been catfished a few times. It's about as fun as you'd think it is.
-I used to teach women's self defense for a few years; very good at getting beat up by women.
-I like to cuddle. I've come to terms with it.
-While in Mexico, I went on a 300ft swing suspended in the middle of an even larger canyon.
-I don't take selfies. **GIANT CONFESSION**
-I'm horrible at writing messages, but try anyway. Haha.
-I own an actual pyramid.
-I'm in a group of around 60 people (the vast majority I don't know). We're all tasked with sending 1 pizza to 6 different people over the next 6 months. It's kinda nice getting surprise pizza'd.
You should message me if

You're tired of boys and would prefer a man who knows when to be a gentleman; who can keep up with and handle a woman.

I'll still find you attractive if you're taller than me (don't need no insecurity). I also find ink on women attractive (I have some too), but it's far from required.

Reasons why I haven't messaged you yet, but had looked at your profile:
-I thought your profile was fake: It's also very possible I was just a dummy and didn't get your sense of humor. A huge fan of being proven wrong.
-You're not online: With the library of messages you're getting, I figured the best time to message you is when you're online, otherwise mine will probably get drowned out. If this isn't true, feel free to send the first one, haha.
-Not enough time to write a good message at the moment. Hey, first impressions are important.
-I'm uncertain we'll get off on the right foot, but I am flawed, so feel free to prove me wrong.
-Based on what you wrote/have in your photos, I'm at a total loss for words and have no idea what I should write to cut through the other BS in your inbox. We both know that 'hey whats up' got old for you within the first 100 inbox messages, haha.