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23 Branson, MO Woman


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  • Ages 20–35
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My Details

Last Online
Feb 27
5′ 5″ (1.65m)
Body Type
Mostly vegetarian
Other, and somewhat serious about it
Aries, and it’s fun to think about
Dropped out of university
Entertainment / Media
Less than $20,000
Strictly monogamous
Doesn’t have kids, but wants them
Likes dogs and has cats
English (Fluently), French (Poorly), Spanish (Poorly)

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My self-summary
Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
Despite what you might think at the end of this, I actually have a lot more to say/think/do. I love to write, and I don't have the patience to wait around for people to figure out what I'm like and then decide they don't want me around. This way you get a good grasp, and can either leave me alone or tell me all about yourself!

I'm in Branson/Springfield now but I'm about to move to Southern California (and possibly one day joining the Navy).

I've always wanted to see the pacific northwest and the east coast and the north and the south (pretty much everywhere, to be honest). Penpals and friends are very portable relationships.

Currently I'm layed off from my position as lead cook for one of Branson's most popular shows. (Threateningly sophisticated, I know.) I plan on finding a non-cooking job when I get to where I'm going.

I'm pretty darn commitmenty. I dig the idea of matching outfits and seeing kids movies in theatres and blanket forts. Maybe one day I'll find someone to go on adventures with, backpacking and hiking and rock climbing and maybe, just maybe, who will join me in hot yoga. I get excited about having someone to share dinner and holidays with the way some people get excited about maybe hooking up with someone at the bar. Call me craycray. (But don't.... No more 'craycray'....)

I may not have what you would call an athletic body type, but I freaking love the outdoors and all things fun. I love anything to do with working out and getting my blood pumping (except running... I'm still working on that one). My friends are either working and/or taking care of their kid(s) (including and not limited to furry ones), and it's not as fun going alone. BUT I love camping, canoeing (canoing?), kayaking, hiking, writing, playing in the snow, dancing, yoga, camping, finding a cozy spot and reading/writing for hours, traveling, camping, bonfires, dressing up, camping, making shit and reading shit and singing shit and fixing shit. Also camping. Probably my favorite thing is settling down after a good, long, productive day and just cuddling, chilling by a fire or in a truck bed. Blankets, candles, music, and a truck bed is a pretty quick way to get to my heart. (You better make sure you're ready for that. That's an "In Case Of Emergency" date.)

Thrift stores are probably the best things in the whole world. Don't take me to one if you want me to pay attention to you, or if you're on a tight schedule.

I have small tattoos and peircings. I like to wait for fate to let me know when it's time for more ink, but something is usually in my idea folder in my brain.

I have nothing against religion, but I don't associate myself with one, although Buddhism and Wicca feel most right to me. I say I'm Wiccan but that's just one of the big ones I believe in. (If that scares you, go educate yourself.) I follow my own religion. Mostly I aim to be a good person.

Number 1: Pardon my crudeness, but I can get physical love whenever I want. And I don't just want that. I'm here for friends. Respectable, loud-mouthed, slightly-insane, library-loving friends. If we are lucky enough to make it to a relationship then that's great. But I'm really not that concerned with finding someone else to chop another piece of my heart out anytime soon. I'm more concerned with building a meaningful life full of meaningful relationships (including and not limited to friends).

Number 2: If I don't reply in a timely manner I am probably busy with work or life. Don't do that annoying thing where you send five increasingly-self-depreciating messages that are intended to make me feel bad for you; it won't work. If you're really determined, find me on Instagram. queenbee1521. I'm on there a lot more often.

Number 3: I am curvy. Not fat, not skinny. I work out, I eat healthfully, I don't tan. When I'm hungry, I eat. When I'm mad or lazy, I work out. I am a human being, not a mannequin.

Number 4: I've been through a few things. They do shape me, but in a good way; they make me stronger. It's not baggage, it's leveling up. I am not perfect, but I am one of the most loving, caring, genuine, hard-working people you will meet. I've come to the conclusion that people like me are truly hard to find. I'm learning how to value myself again. I do not throw people away. I do not trust easily. I do not let people in on a whim. I am a fantastic person with the right treatment. From now on I am going to love myself the way I want someone else to.

Now, picture this:
There is a man down the street from you, in the stall next to you, in the depatment next to yours, who is a skeptic; he doesn't believe in ghosts or superstitions or luck. One day he is challenged to go through the most haunted house in the country, and is guaranteed to walk out a believer. As he walks through he is buffeted by cold chills, whispers, a flash of movement at the corners of
his eyes, strange smells, and all so subtle that he isn't even finished with the tour before he has decided the unexplained is real. Just as the tour was ending, he notices an unremarkable door standing ajar. Noticing the tour guide is far ahead, he peeks in, and finds a small computer lab; the computers are manned by people with head sets,
and every room and hallway in the house are on the monitors. As the next tour enters, a click of a button sends a book falling; next, a puff of smoke exits a crack in the floor. It was all a hoax. The man was tricked.

That is what love is like.

I believed, and then I didn't. Believed, and then really didn't. Tried not to believe, believed anyway, and now it would take nothing short of time, complete trust and familiarity, and simple pure friendship to turn me around. The man behind the curtain has been revealed too many times for me to make that mistake again. It's not impossible, not with me, I was born to love and celebrate life, but I'm an old soul that remembers wounds well. Keep that in mind when you feel like dropping some shallow, boring message. Show your depth. Tell me something real that will make me want you as a friend. I'm real.

Having said alllll of this, I will give you a tool; a piece of knowledge that will either make you the villain or the hero. I am secretly the most mushy-hearted person you may ever meet. It only takes a few taps of the hammer in the right spots to see that. And once it's out, there is almost no going back.

Use it well.
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
Writing, spending time with my Missouri friends/adopted family before I move, packing, reading, thrift stores, donating plasma.

Working, working out, preparing for the Navy, but other than that I don't really have a master plan. Move back to California in a couple months. Survive and thrive at boot camp and A School. See as much of the world as I can before I do the whole settling down thing.

I love camping, float trips, hiking, yoga, going out for drinks and doing anything involving friends, dancing, I will never turn down a decent concert or movie or random downtown event, I love dressing up, wishing I had a Harley cruiser, I love completely random things. When I'm home I usually plan my night around bathing. I freaking love being clean. I love working on projects or just reading. Also knitting/crocheting with very low-level skillz.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
I'm good at taking pain and turning it into a makeover. I'm good at taking life's punches and hitting just a little harder back. I'm fantastic at remembering important things like your favorite concrete at Andy's or your favorite color or where your brother is stationed or what food you hate. I can tell you right now that if I let my guard down enough you're gonna gain like twelve pounds. (I like to cook, especially healthy stuff.)

I love interior decorating, driving, singing, writing, working out, I love kids and babies so I'm fairly sure I'm good at whatever that means. Teaching? Growing things? Not that I'm on the hunt for a sperm donor, I'm just saying I take kids kind of seriously. Childhood is not valued as it should be. Too often little people are never given a voice, are bullied and trampled on and told they need to be more. I feel like if I was a fairy, I would be one that protected kids. And I'm not ashamed of that.
The first things people usually notice about me
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
My hair, my eyes, my smile, in that order.

I have long blonde hair, full lips, and green eyes that people constantly call blue (which instantly pisses me off and makes me want to throw things). (Which, for the record, is also how I feel when people spell my name wrong. Brittney. Not Brittany, not Britney, not Britany. Britt- to the mothafuckin'- ney.) I'm curvy, 5'5, love pin-up, the 60s, and anything vintagey and old and delicious. I will not be satisfied until I have seen as much of the world as I can. I'm quiet in new situations, but with time and trust and comfort I open up, just like anyone.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Help your potential matches find common interests.
I freaking love books. Just all of them. Take me to Barnes and Nobles and used book stores and libraries. Just do it. I'm kind of a snob though, if it doesn't catch my attention I fall asleep. Harry Potter, Hunger Games, Twilight, and the Sookie Stackhouse novels are my go-tos. Yes, I realize I just listed the "typical" female reading list. I have several book cases of things I could read for years and not get sick of. I'm always adding more, I have stacks of books and notebooks everywhere, it would take forever to list everything I've read and loved. Just know that if there are elements of the above in whatever book you hand me, it shall be read.

I love movies!! Especially anything about superheroes. I love $1 Tuesday and the Midnight Madness showing of Rocky Horror at the Palace, plus any good premiers at the Campbell. Tombstone, Across the Universe, Moulin Rough, Silver Lining's Playbook, Madea, Breakfast Club, Pitch Perfect, SO many more.

I don't watch very much TV but I love Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, Design on a Dime, While You Were Out, Long Island Medium, Orange is the New Black, Family Guy cracks me up, the Colbert Report and The Daily Show, I own every season of True Blood, Ghost Hunters, Paranormal State, Psychic Kids, and dig anything about ghosts or psychics. If you couldn't tell.

Music!! Can't say enough about it. If I didn't have band and choir back in the day I don't know what I would have turned into. Classic rock is my go-to genre, indie speaks to me the most, and add dashes of opera, classical, popular, and folk. I loooove 30s, 40s, and 50s jazz like Billie Holiday and Etta James. Lately country has grown in my heart, I love the folk sound and the stories behind the lyrics. I love banjos and fiddles and a good acoustic. I loathe 85% of rap or techno.

A list of perfection:
Mumford and Sons, Dashboard Confessional, Flogging Molly, Billie Holiday, Gin Wingmore, Etta James, Florence & the Machine, The Ramones, Birdy, Alabama Shakes, Bon Iver, ACDC, The Doors, Led Zepplin, The Civil Wars, Sublime, Johnny Cash, The Wallflowers, Ray LaMontagne, You+Me, Bob Marley, Black Keys, Bon Iver, Iron and Wine, Jet, Jewel, Norah Jones, Keaton Henson, Muddy Waters, The White Stripes, Amy Winehouse, Coldplay, Fun, Janice Joplin, Lilly Allen, Queen, Radiohead, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Spice Girls, Adele, The Beatles, The Smiths, MGMT, Pink, Lana Del Rey, City and Colour, and SO much more. I'm always adding.

As for food: I've been pescetarian (vegetarian+ fish) since the 8th grade. I love being healthy, I love sandwiches and water and salad, I love Mexican food, love sushi but I'm not skilled at it yet, I absolutely adore Italian, hummus, quinoa, veggies, berries, fruit, and saladddd and fruit and smoothies. I love breakfast, I love baking stuff for other people.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
1) Some sort of exercise or physical movement
2) People I love
3) Music
4) Good books and writing utensils
5) Creative projects
6) A sense of purpose
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Selfie poles
Becoming a writer
Where I want to go before I settle down
The next story I'm going to write
Wondering why the fuck guys take pictures from their crotches up like they're hoping girls will get used to the view.
Joining the Navy
Working for a cruise ship

I think a lot about what kind of person I want to be, who I've been, who I think I am. I think a lot about what has happened in the past, what my family has been through, what my ancestors must have been through. I think about whether I'm doing everything I can to become the right version of myself, I think about how amazing it would be to fly, to live someone else's life, to be in a book, to be famous, to be a writer or actress or someone profound and cool. Also how fantastic it would be to be with someone who wants me around for an indefinite amount of time, someone I not only love but who genuinely loves me, not just the body parts attached. Also dreams; having a beautiful Harley cruiser in my garage, a vintage VW bug to keep her company, having that one semester of college be payed off, having a real forever family and people to cook for and make happy, learning to surf and how to stop a longboard and take hills and curves on a longboard, rock climbing, going in a hot air balloon, seeing Ireland and England and New York and Oregon and Washington and Pennsylvania and Itay and Fance and Salem, Massachusetts and Canada and Alaska, all the cool things.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Working, working out, bathing, sleeping, hanging with friends, watching a movie, running around downtown, playing dress-up, drinking, reading, fiddling on Facebook, reading, Instagramming, crocheting, reading, etc.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
If you bite me, I'll probably fall in lust with you. Anything to do with the neck, really. As a matter of fact, if you play with/brush my hair and/or massage my back for more than an hour I will probably agree to marry you. Also nice biceps. And beards. And vests. The whole suit thing in general. And uniforms. And if you play guitar, piano, or some other classy instrument.
You should message me if
Offer a few tips to help matches win you over.
Do not say that you're "new to this online thing" or "not really sure how to do this". It's really easy. After learning about a person, you decide whether or not you feel like talking to them, and if you do you pick a subject that interests you and start talking about it. It's just like real life, surprisingly.

You should message me if you are a really genuine person who likes to make friends; if you live in California, Missouri, or Washington; if you love movies and music; if you can play an unstrument and/or sing; if you aren't judgmental; if you don't pressure me into dating you; and/or if you have a good reason to be in my life and you think, based off of this simple "dating" website's survey answers, that I could be good for yours.

I will immediately judge you if your message contains "u" "ur" "lolz" "hey" "hi" "i'm" "im" "nice eyes" or "nice hair".

If you in your soul know we are meant to be together (people have honestly said that to me on here before), allow me to just get some ground rules on the table before we begin. While I am not in the mood for "fun", I basically don't trust anyone, and I do not want a boyfriend, there are some ways you can get closer to me after a while.

If you aren't lazy, if you don't mind being a listener every now and then, if you are okay with the mere IDEA of reproduction EVENTUALLY, if you are genuinely prepared to love, if you are prepared to deal with all of the people who love me, if you get a bit jealous, if you like being happy and laughing, if you're manly but not a douche, if you're not snobby or pushy about your religion (or lack thereof), if you don't hate cats, if you treat everyone with courtesy, if you have tattoos or peircings, if you love music/movies/going out/camping/float trips, if you have fun friends, if you like old things, if you love being intimate, if you are capable of saying the "L" word when the time is right, if you think you can compliment me even if I threaten your life, if you think you could want to show me off, if you love cuddling.

By all means send me a message anyway. If you only send one or two words I won't even reply.