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31 M Washington, DC

My Details

Last Online
Jul 11
Middle Eastern, Indian
5′ 7″ (1.70m)
Body Type
Atheism, and laughing about it
Graduated from law school
Relationship Status
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My self-summary
Hello strange lady from the internet.

You might be interested to know that when I'm not watching cat videos on YouTube, I'm usually doing one of the following: making hummus, slipping dollar bills into jukeboxes, growing cucumbers, bobbing my head/tapping my toes/shaking my booty at various DC live music establishments, museum-hopping, biking up 11th Street, hiking up a mountain, baking pies, turning two songs into a third, strolling through the Mt. Pleasant farmers' market, watching moving pictures at the E Street Cinema, frying falafel, brunching, making Spotify playlists, biking down 11th Street, playing Settlers of Catan (or any number of other super nerdy board games), pondering the ethics of modern consumerism, admiring squirrels, drinking hoppy beers, or dancing alone in my bedroom.

You could probably do some of these things with me, but you'd have to stop being a strange lady from the internet first.

Oh, I almost forgot the obligatory "where did you come from?/how did you get here?" part. Here it is in riddle form: badger from land of 10,000 lakes makes way to nation's capital via windy city. Got it? Good.
What I’m doing with my life
Many of my waking hours are spent human rights lawyering or DJing, but I have yet to figure out how to combine the two. Any ideas?
I’m really good at
Wow, this one really inspires humility, doesn't it? Let's go with ping pong, chugging beer, hiding from people at a moment's notice, reading 5 books at one time, and losing money during poker with a smile on my face. Most of these things I'm only moderately good at, except for chugging beer...I'm really good at chugging beer.
The first things people usually notice about me
A selection of responses from a highly scientific poll of friends and family on Facebook:

-"you have a beard"
-"snap-dancing" (Editor's Note: yes, I sometimes do this strange dance involving snapping when I've had too much to drink.)
-"Your smile."
-"I don't remember. I think I was high."
-"Oh look, there are other brown people here. Oh wait, maybe that was Neal?"
-"Down to earth, kind and fair person..."
-"The hat, I think, was the first thing I noticed about you." (Editor's Note: I actually have MANY hats)
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Some favorites: Andrew Bird, Exit Through the Gift Shop, The Giving Tree, tUnE-yArDs, pretty much all Wes Anderson movies, Arrested Development, What is the What, First Aid Kit, Adaptation, Grizzly Bear, The Usual Suspects, A Theory of Justice, Beach House, The Big Lebowski, Cloud Atlas, WALL-E, Atmosphere, pretty much all Charlie Chaplin movies, Fela Kuti, Mad Men, Father John Misty, Amelie, The X-Files, Phosphorescent, Kishi Bashi, everything I've ever read by John Grisham and Michael Crichton (I know, I know--judge away), The Shawshank Redemption, Hemmingway's short stories, Radiohead, I Heart Huckabees, Beiruit, Fat Freddy's Drop, The Lord of the Rings, Seu Jorge, and most Electronic Dance Music (but not that buzzing, synth-blasting, drop-heavy Dubstep and Electro the kids are playing these days).

On food, I can't handle goat cheese or wasabi, and I also generally don't eat meat, unless the animal it came from was raised and killed in an ethical manner. Not at all judge-y about it though. I love the social aspect of food/cooking. If you are who I hope you are, I know what you're thinking and I'm with you: dinner parties are the shit!
The six things I could never do without
Well, there are the real essentials, but since I'm a more-yuppified-than-I'd-like-to-admit urban dweller, let's go with these:

1) NPR (I bet I can name more NPR reporters by the sound of their voice than you!)
2) really good headphones
3) coffee
4) my good ol' trusty bicycle
5) tasty beer
6) chick peas
I spend a lot of time thinking about
where the wild things are?
On a typical Friday night I am
hosting a dinner party, watching a movie, spinning records, or out on the town for drinks/dancing. I would be down to do something more a-typical for a Friday night though--like sneaking into the National Zoo or running down the street in raccoon costumes or possibly something less likely to result in arrest/embarrassment...
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Okay, so I once took a "Which House of Cards character are you?" online quiz and it came back with Frank Underwood. I was so thoroughly disgusted and embarrassed that I immediately began contemplating DC exit strategies in a desperate bid to course correct. That's when I realized Frank always has an exit strategy for whatever problem he's facing...
I’m looking for
  • Girls who like guys
  • Ages 25–37
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For long-term dating, short-term dating
You should message me if
I'm basically looking for someone who wants to bake pies, go to a show, kick around a soccer ball, drink bourbon, play a game of chess, go for a run, or do whatever else sounds fun and inspiring at the moment. Can you please also be kind, thoughtful, and friendly? I really don't think that's asking too much.

A pretty good rule of thumb is that if you like this music video, we'll get along just fine: