Age: 33
Long term
odwrangler: Seeking creative/artistic friends.
Non-smoker with Thin body type
Glenville, New York
35 year old Man, 5' 8" (173cm), Non-Religious
Caucasian Leo with Brown hair
odwrangler is looking for a relationship.
Some college


I am Seeking a Woman For Friends
Needs Test Not Completed Chemistry Not Completed
Do you drink? Socially Do you want children? No
Marital Status Single Do you do drugs? No
Pets Cat Eye Color Blue
Do you have a car? Yes Do you have children? No
Longest Relationship Over 1 year How ambitious are you? Ambitious

About Michael
I enjoy creative projects. I write music, I like to tinker and make things, photography and artistic endeavors.

I moved back to NY a few years ago and I'd grown apart form people I used to know. Sure, I've run into old friends, and was dating someone for a while, but I just haven't felt like I've reconnect. I don't feel like going to bars, nor playing pool or darts. I don't feel like watching sports. I need some creative people back in my life. I'd like to meet someone who likes art projects, or likes to build and tinker; lets invent! Maybe catch a sci-fi movie once in a while. And if you like Doctor Who, that's a plus. If you write or sing or play an instrument, maybe we could collaborate on a song.

Seeing as it's kind of a "dating site" I'll point out I'm not opposed to dating if things went that way. Honestly I'd enjoy being in a long term relationship, but I've tried online dating and I don't see it as an effective way of finding what I'm looking for, because I can't say in some quantifiable sense what that is. The times I've met someone and we "clicked" and a relationship developed... there was that "something", but whatever that spark was, trying to put it in some form of having 'this' or 'that' specific common interest, that hasn't worked. I've met someone who liked all the same movies and music, and met someone who shared one hobby or another, (all people who work "on paper") yet mutual chemistry has been elusive in this 'job interview' format of meeting people. I'd rather just focus on making friends I enjoy spending time with, and if something develops out of that one of these days, then awesome, but alternatively, should I be single the rest of my days yet have good friends to spend my time with, I'm content with that. Recently I made a cool friend to do photography with and we're going to do some hikes with our cameras in the spring. So that's a good start and I'm looking for more creative types.