Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
I'm Lilo from Lilo and Stitch.
I'm also polyamorous and in an open relationship. If either of
those things don't work for you: Thank you for visiting and you're
welcome to press the back button at your convenience.
I'm like most things macabre or scary. Things like Lovecraft,
Hitchcock thrillers (and Thriller), scary movies (Stories to Tell
in the Dark), practical effects, dark theatres, Halloween, and
abandoned buildings. Not because I worship death, gore, or anything
so puerile, but because I love exploring my own reactions and the
questions and assumptions the bring out of me.
That being said, I can be remarkably childish at times. When did it
become such a bad thing to be enthusiastic about the world and the
things we can do in it? Where did all that wonder and curiosity go?
What's the point in being grown up if you can't be childish? All
the wonderful things we dreamed of as kids we can do whenever we
want as adults, and we can make it actually work! Let's have ice
cream for breakfast and splash in puddles!
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
Encouraging others to take chances, make mistakes, and get messy!
Quite literally actually. I work with children from birth to three,
teaching them how to be productive citizens while maintaining their
self identity. I will talk your ear off if you let me have any room
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Escaping pursuers in a foot chase. I run marathons and practice
parkour, so I'm pretty fast and can go for a long time. I'm not
trying to get in shape particularly, though if I could become a
teseract or soomething by M. C. Echer, that'd be great. I just
really like moving. I like to say I'm prepping for two scenarios:
One is the zombie apocalypse where I'll have to outrun Left 4 Dead
style zombies. The second is if I see a magnificent big blue
Talking at length about random geek culture and science
I've got a pretty green thumb.
I can and do use the Oxford Comma. But the perfect usage of a colon
and semicolon still elude me.
The first things people usually notice about me
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I have two modes: "Hoodie" and "Shirt & Tie." I enjoy combining
the two. The result is charming, yet casual. Like an office worker
caught in the middle of the apocalypse trying to look less
I smile a lot. My canines are pronounced enough that small children
often ask me if I'm a vampire. I'm not. I swear I do not sparkle.
*shudder* Nor am I a werewolf. I'm a chupacabra.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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My favorite book in all the world is Click, Clack, Moo Cows That
Type. Seriously. Go read it and tell me it's not awesome. I
thoroughly enjoyed the His Dark Materials trilogy and am looking
for nice hardbound copies. I loved Wicked; the rest of the series
has yet to wow me, though I did enjoy them. I'd love to reread A
Wrinkle in Time. Flatland was surprisingly philosophical. And
Wall-E and Lilo and Stitch always make me cry toward the end.
That's right, I said CRY. If you don't feel for them, you're just
not human. Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead is great because
Tim Roth and Gary Oldman are a perfect duo. Ghostbusters, need I
say more? Fearless, because it's the best martial arts movie where
martial arts are not the point. Night of the Living Dead, because
Romero inspired a love of zombies. Lots of terrible horror movies
like Mimic 3:The Sentinel because a good bad movie is hard to come
by. I would like it on record that the special effects of The Relic
still hold up better than some of today's blockbusters. Oh and The
Why is there only only one season of Freak Encounters!? It's the
most hilarious show ever! A perfect combination of cryptozoology
documentary and prank show. Cryptids are fun to think about. Doctor
Who without a doubt. I get all tingly after seeing an episode. Ten
was my first and is definitely my Doctor, though Eleven inspired my
love of the series.
I love theater. I'd much rather sit in the balcony or the orchestra
than on my couch any day. Phantom of the Opera was great, so was
Wicked; but the top seat still belongs to Wildclaw Theatre's
performance of A Shadow Over Innsmouth.
Indian food is all that perfection can be.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
My cat, Haineko. We're a package deal.
My girlfriend. She's AMAZING! Also part of said package.
A nice shirt and tie. Maybe some pants too. Maybe not.
Sunshine. I'm from California, it's like air to me. Or crack. You
A kinesthetic activity. Like running, climbing, or dancing. Wind
sprints with two year olds.
A garden or lots of plants. I tried going without once and my life
was the poorer for it.
That's about it. I don't need much. Though I'd enjoy a nice single
And apparently it's frowned upon to cross international borders
without a passport, so that as well.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
I'm INTJ and I definitely spend too much time thinking about
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Whatever happened to Saturday Night? When you dressed up sharp and
you felt alright.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I really enjoy Miley Cyrus' Wrecking Ball. Though the video wasn't
as enjoyable as what I imagined when I first heard the song. Why is
she licking a sledgehammer? Was that supposed to be sexy? Because
I'm just confused.
Also, I appear to reference the Zombie Apocalypse fairly often. But
to be fair...um...the CDC did do some training exercises using the
zombie apocalypse as a possible scenario. So there's
that...nevermind, I got nothing.
Also also, I have lost my California spark. I drive to slowly
(a.k.a. like a Midwesterner) and walk to quickly (a.k.a. like an
You should message me if
Offer a few tips to help matches win you over.
Anything could happen. And if that isn't worth it, what is?
If you're looking for a " friends who sometimes makeout " sort of
situation, emphasis on the "friends" part. I don't need hookup
buddies. A boyfriend/[(a)gender]friend relationship works to, but I
wanted to establish a lower limit rather than an upper one.
Or if you can get me into the anechoic chamber at Orfield Labs in
Minnesota. That'd be cool too.
You want to see Insidious 3, Ex Machina, Poltergeist, or Crimson
Peak. Tom Hiddleston and Guillermo Del Toro working on the same
movie? Yes please!
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