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22 F Canberra, Australia

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Last Online
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5′ 0″ (1.52m)
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Working on university
Less than $20,000
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Doesn’t have kids, but might want them
Has dogs and has cats
English (Fluently)

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My self-summary Well... I'm sarcastic, argumentative, socially awkward (who here isn't?) with a rather inappropriate sense of humour.

I'm trying to cut my profile down a bit, so if it no longer takes 10 minutes to read you'll know I've been successful.
What I’m doing with my life
Currently studying at Uni to become a nurse.

Pretending to myself that I'm trying to lose weight. It does cross my mind daily but I'm really not that motivated.

Continually putting off learning to drive. Got my L's for the second time. Sensing a pattern here?
I’m really good at
Starting projects. I don't tend to finish much, or if I do it's been 2 years and 12 other projects since I started.

Making people laugh perhaps?
The first things people usually notice about me
"Hey, you smell like chlorofo..."

Not necessarily the first, but once people get to know me well enough for me to be comfortable around them they realise that I don't always make use of the brain to mouth filter. I have a dirty mind and a bad habit of being a bit crass/crude.

If they see me in the street or something? Probably my size, I'm not one of those fat chicks who pretends I'm skinny by wearing clothes that are too small, I know I'm fat and will easily admit to it. Not proud of it, but not in denial either. I absolutely can not stand when other fat chicks are all "I'm just curvy". There is a big difference. Being fat doesn't make you a bad person, so why is it so hard to admit to yourself?
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I'm going to be totally honest. I enjoyed reading twilight. I can admit that SM is an atrocious author, but I still enjoyed it.

Concerning movies, I enjoy most comedies, chick flicks and family movies. I don't mind action but I can't stand horror. Vivid imagination.

Recently become a little obsessed with web comics. Favourites are Questionable content, Girls with slingshots, and Dumbing of age. If you know any similar ones, let me know! :)

List of whatever tv series, movies, books and other things that pop into my head that you can use as conversation starters :P
Star trek voyager, X-files, Vampire diaries, true blood, adventure time, MASH, Harry Potter, The demon cycle (By Peter V. Brett, great read), The forest of hands and teeth (great zombie series), Star gate, Death note, Love Hina, Dragon ball, Limitless, Flowers for Algernon, Zom-B series, Game of thrones (I was going to read the A song of ice and fire book series first but didn't have the time) no spoilers, I'm only watching it as each season comes out on dvd, Phantom of the opera (saw it performed in 2013, amazing), whose line is it anyway...will add more as I think of them
The six things I could never do without
I'm sure I could live without them, but things I'm especially fond of, aside from the smart arse answers like air, food & water:
Web comics
My phone
My family. We may not be super affectionate, but they're super important. Super :P

As a nursing student it's pretty much required that I change my answer to ...wait for it... oxygen and glucose!
I spend a lot of time thinking about
The future and what I'm going to do with my life.
Whether or not the universe ends and what's after it if so. If it's ever expanding, what is it expanding into? Where does that nothingness end? It has to end, but there has to be something after that. I can't comprehend it.
On a typical Friday night I am
The same as every other night of the week. At home either reading or watching a movie, usually while wasting time on the net simultaneously.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Sometimes I turn my head to look at sideways pictures instead of turning my phone.

More than once I've dropped my laptop on my face whilst trying to use it lying down.
I’m looking for
  • Everybody
  • Ages 18–35
  • Located anywhere
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating
You should message me if
If your first message generally contains more than "sup", "you're hot", "hi" or "want to fuck?". Put a little bit of effort in.

Or if I visited your profile. Often I get distracted by the humorous stuff people write and forget to actually message them. I move straight on to the next thing that catches my eye on the home page. Or I'm just plain intimidated.