Bots are sending "Hey there", so I won't respond to that.
11/1 Just moved to Greenpoint BK!
I work for a candy company in the city and am doing my part to make sure that America holds up its title as one of the most obese countries in the world. How are you contributing?
Not interested if I have to "keep up with you", I have to keep up with my work, you should be the reason I want to come home.
I like sweet nothings whispered into my ear, especially while taking a long walk on the beach. :-p
I never knew there were so many people that are fun-loving and like to go out AND stay in. Astounding!
"Ask me" is not a profile, why even type anything? Fill the character limit with ellipses! ... ... ... ... ...
I'm an indoorsy guy. Seriously, no camping, no snowboarding, etc. I prefer activities with a roof involved. Caves don't count. If you like snowboarding, it probably won't work out. If you like doing anything on a board, it probably won't work out.
I like the summer, hate the winter, or more specifically, hate cold weather period.
I don't like the gym, but I do like macaroni & cheese!
I'm a huge Chex Mix fan.
I'm tempted to start wearing a shirt that says "Let's talk about Jesus" when I go to work so that no one sits next to me on the bus.
I bowl in a league on Monday nights.
I play the lotto to give myself false hope.
I have a glorious sense of sarcasm.
TV shows: House, Walking Dead, Blacklist, Game of Thrones, Competition shows (sometimes) [Hells Kitchen], Tosh.0, South Park, Family Guy.
Like the guy in office space, if I had a million dollars, I'd do nothing. This is not to say I wouldn't try all the fun stuff at least once, but I would not overexert myself.
I can't stand drivers that cut someone off just to make a turn right in front of me. In my infinite (yes, it's infinite, don't be jealous) wisdom, I still don't know what that half second will get you. (Besides the middle finger)
I don't like fishing. I noticed a lot of ladies on here do. It's not for me though. I'm open to almost anything else.
I do live in Jersey (ten minutes out of the city), but unless something (someone?) anchors me here, I'll probably move into the city at some point in the near future. The commute is a b1tch!
I have a cat, Your dog won't win. (Unless it likes cats!) I do like dogs, but would want to wait until I had a back yard to own one, it's not fair to the dog otherwise.
Not a sports fanatic. I don't keep up with them or watch them on tv. I do enjoy a good live game at a stadium though.
No Ex drama here! Whaaaaaaat! Those ****es be gone! Seriously though, I don't like anyone, except for you.
1. That is not a stripper pole. Get the f*@# off it so I can hold on too.
2. I know you did not just pull out a roll of quarters to buy your mta card. I think people actually get murdered for this.
3. No one wants to smell your rotting sandwich, is your life really THAT busy you can't eat before or after this ride?
4. Before the doors even open, saying "excuse me" with a get the f^#& out of my way attitude. This is Lexington Avenue, EVERYONE is getting off here so shut up.
My match is independent, able to fend for herself in life and not afraid of affection at the same time. I'm relaxed on my definition of independent (just have a job that you plan to do something with and car/means to get around). Definitely a sense of humor, as mine tends to be on the dry side usually. I won't say looks aren't important, because they are. This doesn't mean I'm looking for a supermodel, lord knows I'm no Brad Pitt myself; it means I just need some sort of physical attraction.
Can't we just get married right off? I wouldn't mind skipping that whole uncomfortable, nervous, am I doing the right thing, is there something in my teeth, first date.
Who are we kidding, you get like ten thousand messages a day and I don't really message a lot of people on here , but if you think we might click, make me a favorite or something that makes rejection less rejectful (real word? it is now).