53 Alameda, United States
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My self-summary
About me: I'm a successful freelance copywriter, moved here from Boston in 2011 when my daughter was born. If I had to describe myself, and evidently I do, first would be "funny" (I used to work for Hallmark writing humor cards). Then again most guys think they’re a lot funnier than they really are, so take it with a grain of salt. I believe I’m intelligent. Women tell me I’m nice-looking, and some of them aren't even drunk at the time (although my eyes do get squinchy when I smile). I’m definitely a good listener, very into other people and their lives--not one of these guys who adores the sound of his own voice. I can be a smart mouth for sure, but not to hurt or spite. I try not to talk about people behind their backs, and when I do I always feel crappy afterwards. Basically I’m a big-hearted guy looking for a best friend and lifetime love. How awesome if she were you!

Speaking of you: You’re a sweetheart, but also very witty, or cool, or whatever describes that quality that makes you great to talk to and laugh with. People like you. You’re attractive and bear more than a passing resemblance to your photo (which, incidentally, does not show you in a bikini). You listen well and aren't your own favorite topic (that's an absolute deal-breaker). You’re smart. You can get through an entire sentence without saying the word "like" (not to sound churlish, but it drives me a little crazy, like I'm dating a tweener). You’re self-aware and connected to your inner life. You’re liberal, compassionate toward people in pain or need, seeking peace with yourself and the world. Last thing: Your kisses melt.
What I’m doing with my life
Working. Parenting. Trying to remember what it's like kissing a female who isn't wearing Elsa pajamas.
I’m really good at
Writing, I guess.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
How the hell to date when you're the single parent of a kindergartner.
On a typical Friday night I am
Reading to my daughter, cuddling her to sleep, then cleaning my house. Though I'm hoping you can change that.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I won a journalism award in college for an article I mostly plagiarized.