30Haledon, United States
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My self-summary
I'm Steve. I'm one of those guys who is going along for the ride, and stopping at all those kooky roadside attractions which will ultimately end in some sort of story.

I think have some James May eclecticism and mannerisms while I can definitely relate to practically everything Ted Mosby does (WHY MUST IT END?!). The fact that I currently live above a bar doesn't help the fact either. My next life mission is to write a sitcom based on my wild and zany adventures about living above a bar. Now all I need is a name....Puzzles?

I have a guy for everything. (Ask my friends...its true.)
A bit about myself, I'm always up for an adventure and going down paths less taken whether the country backroads to some random spot in the city. I have random sayings and spit out random (and usually) terrible jokes but most people laugh at the terribleness of it. I love trying new micro-brew beers and learning how to 'properly' taste wine. (you know, a wine ponce!) [Side note, if you've heard of Oz and James' Wine Adventure, you're officially awesome]
What I’m doing with my life
I'm starting a new job in Jersey City with a big e-commerce company working in customer service after working in a small family-owned pharmacy for 6 years doing just about everything from delivering to inventory to practically running the joint (not really but I was a staple there. Grandma's dig me.)
I’m really good at
-Being very descriptive
-having a photographic memory
-remembering minute details
-driving a standard transmission
-getting all decked out for a shindig
-giving advice
-finding my way around Jersey and the city (true story)
-finding the most random bit of information but making it totally important
The first things people usually notice about me
My eyes mostly (they say it its an usual green/hazel combination, currently it's hazel on my driver's license)
My hair (many people say its wonderful...I say it's cool)
My very pleasant personality and demeanor
My radio voice
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: Oh right...those things that are bound with paper and have print on them. Usually I like to read those "What If..." books about the future and what happens to society to different historical books.

Movies: Back to the Future I, II, III; Clerks; Clerks II, Monty Python and the Holy Grail, Old School, Anchorman, The 40-year Old Virgin, Rane (Serbian film), Munje (another Serbian Film), Office Space, Half Baked, and many more. I have many favorites.

TV Shows: I recently got Netflix so you can see where this goes...First and foremost, How I Met Your Mother is like a drug....I'm hooked! I'm also sad that it's ending!
Also on the list: Dexter, Community, Parks and Recreation, It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia, Curb Your Enthusiasm/Seinfeld, The Simpsons, The Sopranos, Top Gear (both UK and US versions) assorted documentaries and lots and lots more.

Music: I'm open to many different things. I still listen to cassettes (surprising to most). More recently EDM, House, and techno. My iPhone is pretty spread out with all different kinds of stuff on it ranging from Classic rock, New wave, instrumental, Italo-disco and regular disco (the 80's!), Serbian music and more world music, funk
Vinyl is amazing and the sound cannot be compared to! Hands down! I'm pretty general within these genres. I love getting exposed to anything musically related so you tell me something new to listen to or to put in my Pandora list.

Food: Anything ethnic! My mother had a rule growing up "Try everything at least once!" I'm willing to try just about anything once. Twice if I get a Groupon.
Six things I could never do without
6 things, eh?

1. Your 5 senses (these can be listed as five but lets not get technical)
2. My random collection of Serbian cassettes I have acquired during the years.
3. My glasses (not crazy about the whole putting the contacts in my eye, freaks me out)
4. Eurocrem
5. My iPhone (it's an addiction >.<")
6. The Internet (I could live without it, but it's wonderful)
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Ads. I was a PR major in college so I love analyzing them.

The state of the country and world. Society at large.
Whether or not I should go back to get a master's degree.
I'm an over-thinker. My mind wanders a lot and it really depends on what.
On a typical Friday night I am
I really don't have a typical Friday night. It ranges from relaxing at home after a week of work, to being out and about on an adventure, eating some sort of meal of food to out for a few drinks.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Many moons ago as a young lad, I was at the Snapple machine in Costco and my dollar bill wasn't being accepted into the machine. This nice lady sitting down next to me had 4 quarters to trade for the bill. I never gave her the bill to trade. :-(
You should message me if
Your willingness to take a random adventure, loves a good pint or glass of wine and have a stimulating conversation.
An all around good person.
Wears glasses (not a requirement, but bonus points!)
To quote my mom "She better love to smell the flowers."
Wants to see the world
Liberal or....liberal-esque.
Enjoys 420 on occasion.
Doesn't party like crazy...but when given the opportunity...goes hard.
The two of us