I am a special education teacher—I teach a self-contained classroom for emotionally disturbed children. My job can be exhausting, but it really is the perfect fit for me. The best part of my job is the hugs—no matter how stressful things are there is always someone close by to grab and hug. Ideally I’d like to meet someone who also likes his job, because I just think it’s kind of a drag to be around someone who doesn’t like what they do all day.
Random other things that I love: Music (all kinds- but if you don't like Otis Redding, don't talk to me. You have no soul.), TV online (so awesome), my kitty cats, podcasts , history, The Muppets, new Dr. Who (the classic series was ok, but seriously the costumes on the female characters…, I’m no feminist, but seriously?), doggies, moral compasses, Star Wars (I only acknowledge three movies), T.S. Eliot, National Geographic, Christmas, my mommy’s macaroni salad, reading to children, board games, my headphones stuck in my ears, popular science junk, my brothers, pajamas, correct apostrophe usage…there’s more but this is grueling.
Sarcasm is not something to be proud of. Irreverence is awesome. Meanness is not. I hate touch screens and am getting a bit surly about buttons going the way of the dinosaur. Electronic roses are creepy. Ed Hardy has douchebagged all over men's clothing. I hate soggy French toast and undercooked bacon. I seriously hate hair gel. And hippies. If you want to talk about how the Whig party met its end over slavery, I gotcha. But that's as close to current politics as I am willing to get. Yoga is completely boring. I hate reading e-mails from people who can't be trusted with capital letters, the number 4, and the word "you". Ur is an ancient Mesopotamian city, "you're" is what you want when you type the contraction of "you are". I'm not an intellectual snob, I like fart jokes as much as the next person, but I can't handle illiteracy. I am a teacher.
I am fairly tolerant of other people’s foibles—and given the fact that I have several myself, that’s rather necessary. Let me get a few out of the way, because these might be deal breakers for some of you and I’d like to make sure nobody’s time is wasted: I smoke-- but not around non-smokers or in public places (except bars) because it makes me feel guilty. I’m a terrible housekeeper. If I didn’t walk to and from work everyday, I would never get any exercise--so if you're a hiking, camping, 50 billion sport playing, no qualms about showing off your bare chest in your profile picture sort of person, umm, we're probably not going to mesh. I don’t drive at all—no license, never had one. I also believe that it is fine to end a sentence with a preposition.
Deliberately short so that if either one of us finds ourselves wishing we were back at home in bed with Netflix, we are both saved from having to be brutally honest with each other. If you have a dog we could walk, that would be so boss.
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