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Josh
29 Spokane, Washington, United States
Seeking: Female 18 - 28
Tony
37 Puyallup, Washington, United States
Seeking: Female 20 - 36
Rodney
51 Seattle, Washington, United States
Seeking: Female 30 - 49
Steven
28 Lakewood, Washington, United States
Seeking: Female 18 - 25
Matt
34 Olympia, Washington, United States
Seeking: Female 18 - 45
Update!! FINALLY upgraded my account!! Which means I can chat with you if you wish it!!! Alright. Updating my profile because I can. I am just sitting here organizing my music, and thought, "Self, your profile could use an overhaul!!" "But, why, guy?" "What else are you doing at the moment?" "Touche, self. Well played." It says a BRIEF blurb, but I always like it when I have more to read, so those who actually care to get to know me, this is a gold mine. Or, at the very least, a bizarre profile that may make you smile here and there, and really, what else would life be, without smilies? Good question. A life of horror and mayhem, in my opinion. I am 24 years old. I am in the Air Force, although not one of those guys that care to flaunt it. I do my job, then try to keep incognito. Besides, in my civvies, the only thing that MIGHT give it away is my haircut. I am told that I don't look like an Airman, but I guess I am just a rebel like that. I love animals. Love em. Particularly cats and dogs. I just moved off base, and in with my roomies. Total, we have 4 cats and a dog. We are a close knit group, more close than I probably am with my own family. As of now, there are 5 of us, and I hear a 6th will be joining us. We are a mixed group, guys and girl, at the moment, but don't expect a crazy frat house. I used to DJ, looking to get into it again. The roomies just REopened a coffee shop they acquired, in Olympia. I am told they want me to run the music there, so that would rock. Also, it seems to be in the artsy fartsy part of town, which is cool. Lots of interesting people there. I saw it for the first time last night, and I gave my seal of approval. Of course, the seal had to quickly give a thumbs up and return to water, but he made his face time, which was all that mattered. I love music. Obsessed, I suppose. I have over 270 gigs at the moment, or for those of you who think that sounds like some crazy computer rambling, close to 40,000 songs, so far. I have something for everyone, and I can promise you will hear stuff that you will fall in love with, and never knew existed. I listen to stuff ranging from pop to metal to classical to audio books to soundtracks to blah blah blah. I only put that because, oddly enough, that seems to be the number one compatibility question. If you don't like what the person asking does, you will feel like you were just condemned to wear a mascot costume to an unruly childrens' party for eternity. Also, I know music. MUSIC. I try to stay away from getting to know the bands. Firstly, I don't really care. Second, they tend to let me down. I know they are people, but unless I am getting a chance to meet them, just keep making music. I enjoy ranting and raving, and have just started a blog to unleash some mind poop on the internet. But, then again, Rick Astley, Charlie the Unicorn, and so many others have already done that, so I just wanted to add my small corner of the world. We (The House), enjoy learning a little bit about everything. We watch all kinds of shizz. (Double z's added to show my street cred. I don't need some silly myspace app to display it!) This also means tons of books. When I say "all kinds", don't you dare read that as "only a few", or something like that. It would surprise you, if you ever browsed. Alright, I may edit and add more later, if anyone wishes, but I need to jot down some songs and give my kitties some more silly narrations. I am home alone, at the moment, so I might as well make them yell at each other. But, before I leave, I shall leave you with a story. This is nothing more than a point to illustrate that we are either your kind of fun dorks, or a little too weird for you. On my 21st birthday, we went to a club favorite of ours. Everyone kept buying me drinks, and so I naturally felt compelled to drink them. However, I am convinced that there is always SOMEONE buying you drinks that secretly HOPES you get sick, so they keep slamming them down in front of you. Well, I was not about to be outdone by this glass-punishing applicant, so I threw em back. There was, however, one thing I did not think about, in the craziness... I was drinking all these shots, and he was sipping one drink. Where were you THEN, Self?! Needless to say, I got sick. However, I do not prefer to be sick for more than ever, so I shared some sick with the toilet, after a brief, but important discussion. "Toilet?" "Yo, guy." "You gotta help me out, here." "Alright, dude, as long as it was worth it." I hold up the award that states, "Chief Glass Punisher and Conqueror of Vacant Spaces". Toilet nodded in approval, and helped me out. Anywho, we went across the street to a place called The Grill, back in AZ, and in our mind fuzziness, adopted a tater tot and named him Ted. Now, let me tell you a bit about Ted. Ted was the law of the house. He did not give a **** what anyone thought of him, and would make it clear. Sometimes Mara (a roomie) would wake up and be all, "Good morning." Ted's response? "I am above the morning!! Make me food, woman! So sayeth Ted!!" I don't know why he would speak in the third person, but whatever. Well, naturally, his statements would anger some, and Mara soon made it clear that she HATED Ted. So Ted began toning himself down... to her. However, he found a new fun in taunting our cats. We would come home sometimes, and find Ted looking at pools on our computers. "Ted, what are you doing?" "Ninja (my cat) (MY cat, not Ted's, this is not his parenthesis, it is mine.) convinced me a pool would be better filled with Ketchup." "Ted!! You are a tater tot!! He is trying to trick you!!" "Egads!! That cursed cat!!" Well, Ninja was not happy that we helped out Ted, so Ninja would attempt to foil our trips anywhere. He apparently contacted some dogs on our street, and plotted and schemed with them. Every time we would go walking somewhere, thy would begin barking and naysaying, yelling, "You'll never make it!! Turn back, now!! Might as well pet your cat!!" Well, we were wise to Ninja, and kept going. Upon our return, there would be Ninja, glaring at his plot foilers. "Not this time, Ninja. Your naysayers have failed you." He then would get angry, and run away, because he would lose to me in a fist fight, unless he was a cheap ass and suckered me in with love, then attacked. He would not stoop to that level, though, and honestly, he is not a great actor. Don't tell him that, though. Mara informed us one day that Ted ran away to work in a chocolate factory in Michigan. We were sad, but it happens, I suppose. Finally, the end of my BRIEF blurb. If you are still reading, and not horrified beyond belief, message me. And if you DO message me, be courteous enough to write more than a sentence. After all, I wrote this for YOU ALL. And don't feel scared that you will come across as weird. After all, did you READ this? I judge no one. I must go. Stuff is happening, and things will, soon enough. Stuff and things. Always happening. Til next time, have a good one.
Jay
35 Spokane, Washington, United States
Seeking: Female 18 - 45
Jan
33 Tacoma, Washington, United States
Seeking: Female 19 - 31
Blake
34 Spokane, Washington, United States
Seeking: Female 19 - 31
randy
39 Tacoma, Washington, United States
Seeking: Female 20 - 36
Lindsey
39 Spokane, Washington, United States
Seeking: Female 24 - 33
jimmy
37 Seattle, Washington, United States
Seeking: Female 20 - 35
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