On stage as a
In both cases, it's developing a connection with others that I love doing, and something I'd like to believe I'm 'really good at.'
...you know, the opposite of how this profile depicts me.
Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark (and other non-fiction).
The Adventures of Pete & Pete.
Donnie Darko (Original Soundtrack).
*Unabridged edition available upon request.
If anything positive has ever followed the words 'what you are about to see...'
If autocorrect is being contracted by the dictionary in order to pressure sell you on words no one else is using. 'Ducking?' When was the last fucking time I ever said 'ducking?'
If an unexpected test of the emergency broadcast system is going to suddenly transmit and momentarily terrorize me in the middle of the night. The words 'this is only a test' does little to thaw me out of the wide-eyed state of paralyzed panic at my regularly scheduled broadcast being interrupted with what sounds like my TV struggling to sign on via dial-up.
I'm also a complete and thorough nerd without the emotional/domestic/aesthetic baggage of one.
You were decidedly unpopular in high school because you were into things that were decidedly unpopular.
You're passionate about your passions, and equally passionate about sharing them with someone else. Seriously, I almost don't even care what you're into, provided you're into something. Like, really into it. And then tell me all about it.
You've yet to find a Saturday night schedule more appealing than:
6:30- Clarissa Explains It All
8:30- Are You Afraid of the Dark
Also, if you've summarized yourself using a sequence of three disparate adjectives, I think you're legally obligated to spontaneously combust.