EhYouCouldDoWorse: Oh, hey Portland!
About
Non-smoker with Thin body type
City
Portland, Oregon
Details
31 year old Man, 5' 9" (175cm), Non-Religious
Ethnicity
Caucasian Pisces with Brown hair
Intent
EhYouCouldDoWorse Wants to date but nothing serious
Education
Bachelors degree
Personality
Adventurer
Profession
Interactive Design


dating
I'm athletic?






I am Seeking a Woman For Hang out
Needs Test Not Completed Chemistry Not Completed
Do you drink? Socially Do you want children? Undecided
Marital Status Single Do you do drugs? No
Pets No Pets Eye Color Hazel
Do you have a car? Yes Do you have children? No
Longest Relationship Over 4 years


Interests
Anything outdoorsThe newEngaging conversation about inconsequential topics

About Me
After spending about a year in LA, I decided that I am not exactly So Cal material. In January I heeded the endorsements of both friends and the pilot episode of Portlandia and decided to make a move to this crazy little city. So yeah, now I'm here and as much as love this city so far, my social life is essentially catatonic. Is online dating a little less serendipitous than I'd hoped for? Sure, but the internet also brought me this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cMyaN2Edh4c, and that's pretty great. So who knows.

I'm probably not going to get picked first for a tackle football game, but I love being active (sports, hiking, exploration) and I'm in decent shape for a 5' 9'' guy with a metabolism through the roof. I’m pretty liberal, atheistic, and like to have philosophical conversations about trivial things. I have a lot of opinions, but I love when someone changes my mind on something. I'm close with my mom, but in a completely normal, non-Oedipal kind of way. I love nature, but I assure you--and I cannot stress this enough--I’m not a hippie. And since you'd find this out about me sooner or later, I'll confess that I'm a huge a dork at heart. I love creating, writing, and *gasp* video games. Also, Arrested Development has ruined nearly all other TV for me. Lastly, I'm kinda super honest, and I believe most problems in this world can be solved with transparency and discourse. Sometimes, this is a fault.

Professionally speaking, for three years I owned a small café/creperie shop in New York. That was my dream in college, and I'm glad I made it happen, but a few years in I realized I didn't want to make pancakes my whole life. I moved west so that I could switch careers. So far I'm pretty pleased with the decision 'cause I kind of love the work I do at a few interactive agencies.

I'd love to find someone that will help me explore this city. If it turns into something romantic, that's really just a bonus. I'm attracted to positive energy, and girls who walk well the line between snarky and adorable. I could spew useless adjectives like smart and funny and kind… but where does that really get anyone? How about this: If spending an afternoon getting lost in some random part of this crazy city, or engaging in witty banter about the moral implications of modern science over a game of mario kart appeals to you, then, yeah, we might click.

First Date
I'm forming a Portland bucket-list. I'd love to scratch off a line or two, but meeting for a quick cup of coffee is probably a good place to start.