I always thought the whole soul mate thing was kind of a depressing construct. Like, there's only one person who's right for you in the whole world, and if she's not on Match.com you're just gonna die alone with a bunch of cats. Even though I really like cats, the idea never really worked for me.
So I'm not looking for my soul mate on here. I'm just looking for someone I love to spend time with, someone spontaneous and funny who might be up for a long-term relationship. And if I happen to find my soul mate, well, that's okay too.
Anyway, my name's Steve. I work in the writers' room of a cable TV show. I used to be a lumberjack. I represented Wyoming in the 2003 National Spelling Bee (to the shallow ladies out there--yes, I was on ESPN). I have quite a few stories; I'll show you mine if you'll show me yours.
My ideal first date is always coffee; I love the charge you get when you really click with someone for the first time. I also learned to enjoy awkward conversations after watching The Master--now, when the conversation withers, I just start singing in the other party's face like Philip Seymour Hoffman did to Joaquin Phoenix at the end of the movie. (Spoiler, I guess.) You learn a lot from cinema, I think.
I pride myself on being a genuinely good guy. If you're also a good person, I bet we'll enjoy talking.