Forward/ disclaimer: I don't do the extensive writing back and forth thing. You should know by now It's all projection anyways. If you or I think we'll hit it off, let's grab a drink or take a walk. I apologize for the length, but I figured you'd need something to go on:)
This is what I'm looking for: I imagine going about my day and my partner going about his day and then we come together at the end of the day and we talk about how ridiculous our days were, and how we may have acted in awkward ways and sometimes ways and sometimes heroic ways. And then we tell eachother 'you did today just right'. And then we both have a clean slate and a sharper piece of chalk for the next day. And that's it.
I recently moved (back) to San Francisco from Portland. Looking for friends and/or more-than-friends. I decided to join Jdate because I've decided there is definitely a higher percentage of jews with a similar sense of humor to me than the general population. In Portland, everyone seems quite earnest (i.e.. They say 'sorry' when I say something self deprecating). I've decided this is because there too few jews.
I can't help it but I cringe when people misspell words. In fact, correct spelling and grammar are basically a litmus test as far as this online shopping (for men) process goes. However, I couldn't quite remember if misspell had one s or two so I had to look it up:)
Here's some recent 'deep thoughts':
-M. Night Shyamalanmalam is the worst director/ producer that has ever lived. I have a similar distaste for Michael Franti, but I'm not exactly sure why.
-Occasionally, I wonder about the universe's sick joke that I should have every expired vehicle registration card for the last 15 years in my glove compartment, except for the current valid and active registration card, at any time I might need it.
-I don't understand how some people like my mom have some sort of genetic gift for folding fitted sheets. And others' don't. Like rolling your tongue.
--I'm sometimes/often curious about the whereabouts of my favorite childhood stars.
--the USPS is the best worldly manifestation of 'god' that I know of.
-- I only just recently realized that the ABC song and Twinkle Twinkle Little Star is the same song.
I think often about how to get rid of that pervasive stink of nostalgia and this unrelenting desire I have now to live in a John Hughes film. Don't get me wrong--I love being in my thirties...hell I'm wiser and cooler than I ever was---I just really wish Don Henley was playing.
I'm pretty interested in discussing and learning about most things. I admit I have very little interest in anything that involves tech and/or startups, software and/or hardware engineering and/or programming...and anything to do with video games. But I'll at least try to pretend I'm half curious:)