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My self-summary
Hi! Thanks for stopping by. My name is Sam and I think I'm a pretty fun, nice and intelligent fellow. I enjoy sunshine, bad puns, bodies of water and being around fun, nice and intelligent people. I was born with the spark of Zeus and some say I shine like various semi-precious metals.
What I’m doing with my life
I started a grad program in clinical psychology last year; I will be spending the next 4 years of my life trying to become a master listener; in my spare time I write (unpublished) novels and (published) entertainment books; I play keyboard, guitar and sing in a band; I play soccer, basketball, jog and go on hikes; I eat the hell out of delicious foods; I smile; I laugh; I cry; I enjoy semi colons sometimes.
I’m really good at
I'm an expert burrito-eater. I also excel at Tetris.
The first things people usually notice about me
People usually get lost in my mud-colored eyes, which glint with a slight devilishness when they catch the right light. Secondly, people notice my smile, which has been improved by middle-class dentistry, Crest whitening strips, and the beginnings of Crow's Feet, which cascade from my eyes like delicate tendrils of jasmine.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
East of Eden.
Ender's Game (the series).
I just read Lonesome Dove (while in grad school, no easy feat). Now I want to be a cowboy in 1890. I think I would have been a terrible cowboy but shit I'm really good at romanticizing things!

I mostly enjoy romantic movies; The Notebook, obviously, is my second favorite (I've been told "I'm so Noah"). My number one all time favorite, of course, is New Year's Eve (so good!). I especially loved the part where they got in a fight, and it was unclear if they were going to be able to reconcile, but then in the end they managed to both grow and accept one another and become happier then ever. So unexpected!

There are three foods that I eat way too much of and never seem to grow tired of:
I also eat lots of Bacon.
Six things I could never do without
I hate this question, so I will use it to be pretentious and list six language things I like while using obfuscating words.

Portmanteau words: smog; spork; felationship; stoptional (a stop sign that you don't stop at); borgasm.

Homological words/phrases: i.e. "Eschew obfuscation"

I'm sorry this is getting really nerdy I'm going to stop.

I like girls, music, books, sunshine, water and conversation.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
What should I have for lunch? Bacon? Yup. probably bacon.
On a typical Friday night I am
Omg no fridy nt is typical lolll haha
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I didn't know they spoke German in Austria until yesterday.
You should message me if
You are funny, but not funnier than me. I have to be the funny one.

You are an amateur masseuse looking to hone your skills.

You are the best baker you know, but you can also tell me "stop eating my cookies" when I've had too many.

You understand the difference between sarcasm and lying.
The two of us