Age: 31
Long Term
Namelessness: Something a little different...
Non-Smoker with Average body type
Vancouver, British Columbia
33 year old Male, 5' 9" (175cm), Non-religious
Mixed Race, Virgo
Namelessness isn't seeking a relationship or any kind of commitment.
Some college
Free Thinker
Electric Stuff

I am Seeking a Woman For Hang Out
Needs Test View his relationship needs Chemistry View his chemistry results
Do you drink? No Do you want children? Prefer Not To Say
Marital Status Single Do you do drugs? No
Hair Color Black Eye Color Brown
Do you have a car? Prefer Not To Say Do you have children? No
Longest Relationship Under 1 year
Pets No Pets  

About Me
Wow, I still have an account here?

I have no intent on this site. I've found that I generally don't like people. I mean I get along with them, and I chat with them, and I wish no malice onto them. But at the end of the day, I forget them and they forget me.

Now if that hasn't bored you away, I'll try to finish the job by writing as recommended by the blurb above this text box.

1. Talk about your hobbies: Work is my main hobby. I like to work. When I'm not working, I'm just killing time. Mostly with video games. Sometimes I got to whatever social event facebook lets me know about. Basically I'm a nerd, but not such a nerd that I can obsess over something and call it a hobby.

2. Talk about your goals and aspirations: I have none. I'm pretty much just waiting to die. There's really nothing that I desire, and I don't particularly enjoy life. The only reason I would be on this site is because I've never tried the whole, 'human relationship' thing, so I figure on an off chance that might be something that sparks interest in me.

3. Talk about yourself and what makes you unique: Everyone I've ever talked to until the age of 23 has, in our first interaction, called me weird... so I guess that's the answer. How I'm weird or why I'm weird I couldn't say. I spent most of my life trying to figure out why people think I'm weird, but now I find it's best to just accept it, and glory in it. I actually tried being normal for a while. I hung out with people in a bar after work, talking about people behind their backs, and sports, and weather, and work and their families. It turns out normal people are boring as hell. Now I mostly hang out with nerds and social dysfunctionals. They're awkward and often annoying, but at least they have some flavor to them.

4. Describe your taste in music: Really? Taste in music is parallel to goals and aspirations? Okay. Basically I'm of the school of thought that music kind of died in the last two decades. I mostly listen to classic rock, oldies, blues, funk, jazz etc... I have no patience for pop, or whatever they call hiphop, or that rock wannabee stuff. I try to keep an open mind, but then people tell me "Listen to the Black Keys, they're amazing." and I get kinda depressed. By the old standards, they'd be mediocre. In a world of the blind, the one-eyed man is king I guess. It makes me sad because I really do love music. But if a song doesn't solicit an emotional response, it's not really music at all.

I'm guessing at this point you realize I don't much care to impress. I don't really have much faith in online social networking, so I'm not exactly optimistic about meeting anyone interesting here (no offense). But I figure if there IS someone of interest to me, I may as well lead with an honest front. No sense raising a flag, getting attention, and then getting debunked. That being said, I expect even less now. Honesty is a very unpopular position to take.

[Oh, and that picture is kinda out of date. I have much longer hair kept in dreadlocks now.]

Conversation Starters (i.e. what you'd like to do on a first date...)
Whatever normal people do I guess. Movie, or food or something.

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