I know what I am. I know what I am not.
Always witty, usually clever, rarely funny. I would say I'm random, but everyone says they're random. And I feel fairly confident that nothing is completely "random." Even that shuffle button on my ipod. Not random.
The left side of my face is more attractive than the right side of my face. I think my nose is slightly crooked, pretty sure it's not my imagination. I mean, I've had this nose for a while, I know it pretty well.
I like holding hands. I think It's because it makes me feel like someone enjoys my company enough if they're willing to hold my hand in public. I think that officially qualifies me for being in the 6th grade.
When I was a senior in high school, I taught myself some NSYNC dances for a school lip sync/dance competition. I won't say which songs, but I still remember the dances. This was before youtube, so you know I really had to do my homework.
I'm a bit of a homebody, not into the nightlife as much anymore. And by "anymore" I really mean "ever." I think i drank more from the ages of 16-20 than I have from 20-28. Now I don't even drink at all. Not that I'm against it, but I just decided to stop pretending that I actually like the taste of alcohol. I had a good run. And no, I'm not socially awkward when other people drink. I'll just put a slice of lime in my glass of water, no one will know the difference. And frankly, if the fact that I don't like alcohol bothers you, you're probably not someone I'd want to date anyways. I'm looking for a girlfriend, not a drinking partner.
I'm very close to my family, my friends, and my bed. I love sleep. Although, ironically, I never take naps. Well, I take like two a year, and they always last like 6 hours and I end up waking up all disoriented, not knowing what time it is. It's very off-putting.
For the longest time I avoided dating Jewish girls. But then it hit me. When I raise my future kids, I would really prefer them to have their own little bar or bat mitzvah, then celebrate their own little hanukkah with the family, then call my mom Bubee. It all makes sense in my head now. It only took 29 years.
On a more serious note, or maybe less serious note, I'm looking for someone to have fun with. And not the type of fun that deserves air quotations when I say it, but actual fun. Everyone deserves to be happy, and I know that being happy for me revolves around finding someone who enjoys small things in life. I would really like to find someone to travel with, since all or most of my friends are married. I take my relationships very seriously, but I don't take the process of online dating too seriously. I understand the importance of getting to know a person, and would much rather get to know them in person than on the computer or over the phone. So be brave, contact me.