Brett Davis’ Amazing OK Cupid Parodies


OkCupid User: CoolGuyRay
36 / M / Straight / Single
Bessemer, Alabama

My self-summary
Undeniably unmanufactured. Undeniably unique. Undeniably Ray.

What I’m doing with my life
I’m a member of some clubs during the day, and I hit the white jazz clubs when the sun goes down. I’m more real than you can imagine and my secret militia marches to the beat of it’s own drum and it’s at a 4/4 time measure, baby.

I’m really good at
Kissing. You can just ask my saxophone.

The first things people usually notice about me
I’m yelling at black people.

Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Howl, Mein Kampf, Catcher in the Rye, Conquest of a Continent, Dharma Bums, The Führer’s Courage, Founding Myths of Modern Israel, Bukowski, Burroughs, Himmler

Birth of a Nation (classic cool), not really into current films…the SQUARES run Hollywood.

Bill Evans, Jerry Mulligan, Art Pepper, Scott La Faro, Chet Baker, Jack Teagarden, Steve Lacy, Evan Parker, Bix Biederbecke, Dave Brubeck, George Shearing, Shelly Manne, Lennie Tristano

White soul food

The six things I could never do without
Eva Braun (my sax)
Unique tattoos
My morning coffee
Hereditary superiority (but I’m not in your face about it)

I spend a lot of time thinking about
Phonies. You know what I’m talking about.

On a typical Friday night I am
My jazz three-piece RESISTANT plays every Friday night at Tonic. You should come and watch us, you’ll flip your lid.

The most private thing I’m willing to admit

I’m looking for
Girls who like guys
Ages 25–50
Located anywhere
Who are single
For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating

You should message me if
You dig jazz and black people just ain’t your bag, daddy-o.

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The Dudesons Movie is on YouTube

The Dudesons Movie. This will change your life. Full movie from their official YouTube channel, so you’re in the clear legality wise.

They also have Seasons 1 – 4 of the American/English language version of their show up there.

Just don’t watch it with your Nana or something unless your Nana is super chill.

Nick Kroll on what makes Canada funny

You know, it’s a combination of things. One, I think, specifically with “Wheels” is, there’s the specifics of Degrassi, which our editor watched religiously. So when we handed him that sketch, he was incredibly excited.

And also what I partly think is how familiar Canada is with the U.S., and how unfamiliar the States is with Canada. Like, how unbelievably aware you guys are and how little we know about you. Which is sort of inherently funny to me.

And then it just becomes a fun game of specifics. Especially with Degrassi, the even temperament that we assume is part of Canada mixed with the incredibly high-stakes elements of Degrassi, its lessons and its issues that it tackles, whether it’s abortion or rape or drug abuse or domestic violence. But it’s all done with sort of that even keel of the Canadian temperament.