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29 F Hillsboro, OR

My Details

Last Online
Yesterday – 9:37pm
5′ 1″ (1.55m)
Body Type
Strictly anything
When drinking
Atheism, and laughing about it
Libra, but it doesn’t matter
Working on university
Relationship Status
Open relationship
Relationship Type
Doesn’t have kids, but might want them
Has dogs

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My self-summary
The pursuit of pleasure is noble. Good food, drinks, and music... come over!


Here's the disclaimer: It's not a big one, and not much is set in stone.

I am recently married. However, I am looking for someone to supplement that relationship; to become just as important to me as my current partner. My husband is aware and supportive of everything, and he is just starting out on his own dating road- he's never been in a multipartner relationship and it'll be fun to watch that side of him grow. I am not looking for people for one night stands- I am looking for a relationship, someone to connect with on a deep emotional level. I am not a couple looking for a "unicorn" but I'm open to the idea of being a third committed partner to another couple. When I find a person (or couple, as the case arises) I really connect with, I will discontinue the dating and concentrate on the relationshipping. If that's a word. Which it's not. Probably depends on who you ask.

I'm just trying to continue to build a life full of love and trust, and think that happiness and honesty go hand in hand. I want to be surrounded by love. Openmindedness is awesome! I'd like to meet a normal, honest, down-to-earth human that only makes me uncomfortable in the best way possible. Someone I don't know very well that finds me attractive, struggles to keep their hands off of me, and is genuinely interested to find out what makes me who I am. I am looking for some sort of relationship, a connection. A mutual appreciation and attraction. I want to be wanted, and I am interested if you're interested.

Now that we've got that shite out of the way:

I really am a very positive person, and always try to keep things lighthearted and fun, and am a pretty reckless conversationalist- I'll talk about anything and will probably offend you within the first five minutes. Laugh, and I'm yours.

I'm a geeky nerdface... I know random bits of trivia about a wide range of subjects, none of which have gotten me anything besides a free beer at the Hawthorne Hideaway for winning at Pub Trivia. Learning turns me on- as do beautiful objects and really good food. No, really. Take me to an antique store or lose me forever. I love Zelda. And science. And Alton Brown. Mythbusters stole my heart from the beginning. I get off on creating, changing things, improving. Anthony Bourdain is my spirit animal.
Karaoke is a definite win, as is Cards Against Humanity.
Hannah Hart, drop me a line...
What I’m doing with my life
I am currently enrolled at the Art Institute of Portland for a Bachelor's degree in Culinary Arts. I'm only in my first term (as of spring 2014) and I'm liking it so far. I'm downtown a LOT because of school, so weekday afternoon dates are NOT out of the question.

What I've DONE with my life:
I've been homeless.
I've been married three times.
I've lived in a 12'x12' cabin attached at the back to a 1947 touring bus on the top of a hill.
I've quit; cold turkey.
I've been critically ill.
I've sung at Carnegie Hall.

And more than that too, don't worry.
I’m really good at
I'm an excellent driver.

I'm good at finding things.

I can build a campfire.

I'm a damn good cook.
The first things people usually notice about me
Either my hair or my tattoos or my boobs. Miley Cyrus ain't got nothin on me!
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Orson Scott Card, The His Dark Materials trilogy made me cry, Jefferey Deaver, James Patterson, Nick Hornby... Mostly fiction. I can get into anything by Chuck Palahniuk.

Movies: The Sting, The Usual Suspects, The Great Escape, Cool Hand Luke, Breakfast at Tiffany's, Barefoot In The Park (the movie version with Jane Fonda and Robert Redford), Fight Club, High Fidelity, Wild Zero (which you MUST see if you haven't yet), Howl's Moving Castle, Amelie, Lucky Number Slevin, Scott Pilgrim vs The World, Sucker Punch, Una Pura Formalita. Battle Royale. Psychological thrillers- ask me if you need a movie that'll scare the crap out of you, I'm a collector. I have a list of 70 movies that are imperative to the development of a healthy, interesting human being.

I've been on this site for so long, I remember when "shows" wasn't on this list. I'm currently addicted to British panel shows like Never Mind the Buzzcocks and especially QI. I like mysteries, crime thrillers... The Killing was an amazing series, and even though Kevin Bacon is a weirdo, I really REALLY enjoyed The Following. Rubicon, Hannibal, Broadchurch, Zero Hour... I'm sure there's more. I've seen every episode of Mad Men, The Walking Dead, Homeland, Modern Family, Community, Parks and Recreation, and The Big Bang Theory. I watch a TON of Netflix. It's either some show or Pandora on in the background- I can't stand a quiet house.

I'm into mostly electronic music, but I won't rule out Fleet Foxes or Tallest Man because they aren't synthetic. I could go from Lamb of God to Modest Mouse in seconds. I like Bonobo and Motorcycle Club and Ulrich Schnauss. Ambient d/b makes my brain phokus. I have a Glitch Mob station on Pandora that is my go-to listen when I can't decide what I want to listen to. I used to have trouble sleeping without my Mum station playing. You will not offend me with your musical taste, or knowledge. I've dated enough music nerds to be fine with you geeking out for hours about what record label these guys are on and who plays what on the b-sides.
I listen to music because it sounds good, it doesn't have to be an event for me. I think I consider my favorite band to be The Shins right now, because I've been listening to them consistently for the longest amount of time.
I know this will be a deal-breaker for some of you ladies out there, but yes, I was a chick growing up in the 90's and no, I cannot stand Tori Amos. Most female voices make me angry, for some reason. Imogen Heap and Kimbra excepted.

I love food in any form- I am a "foodie" but I hate that word with a passion... right now I'm trying to be a vegetarian (for my health) but it's not really working. I cook at every opportunity. Food that you don't have to actually cook turns me off. Food that is difficult or challenging to cook turns me on. Sauces are fun. Bone marrow is delicious. I love coffee but can't have much caffeine, so if I order a decaf traditional macchiato, don't look at me weird.
The six things I could never do without
I don't think I take this question seriously enough.
Another warm body.
somewhere to sleep, and the melatonin to do it with.
a goal. Big or small, doesn't matter. Just, a reason to get up in the morning.
chap stick. I go nuts if my lips are chappy.
adventure. If I stay in the same place too long, I get restless and cranky.
My dog.
Something to draw with/on.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
thinking. I trace thought processes.
I've been thinking a lot lately about how fortunate I am.
On a typical Friday night I am
Either at home or out.

As I've gotten older, going out every night like I did five years ago has become a bit of a chore so I've developed a taste for staying in and drinking and playing tabletop games (cheaper!) However- I LOVE overdressing and going to a dive bar!
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Apparently I have something called "synesthesia."

I'm a little bit "off" but I'm unlike anyone you've ever met.
I’m looking for
  • Guys and girls who like bi girls
  • Ages 25–35
  • Near me
  • For long-term dating, short-term dating
You should message me if
~You can spell "definitely" without using an "a".

~You're conscious of the fact that love doesn't have a quantitative measure. I have a partner and love him dearly and I would, given the chance and time, love someone else with the same dedication and care.

~You want to have a drink and show off your tattoos.