ESTJ (borderline E/I)
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31 • F • Chicago, IL
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- 5′ 5″ (1.65m)
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- Mostly anything
- Virgo, but it doesn’t matter
- Graduated from masters program
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- Doesn’t have kids, but might want them
- Likes cats
ESTJ (borderline E/I)
I absolutely LOVE the food here in Chicago. I'm in a dinner club with some girlfriends and every month we pick a new restaurant to try together.
Things I'm bad at: drawing, sitting in traffic patiently, not eating easily accessible candy, decorating my apartment.
I'm gonna throw in podcasts here - I listen to Adam Carolla pretty much daily.
TV: Old school I like Friends, The Cosby Show, Full House (no judging!), and The Nanny. Bringing us to this millenium...Mad Men, 24, Millionaire Matchmaker, Breaking Bad, Scandal. And I'm currently Netflix binging The League which is absolutely hilarious.
Note: I have never watched nor read anything that involves zombies or vampires.
Music: I like upbeat stuff, 80s, things I can dance to, Britney, Michael Jackson, etc...I'm not very deep about music.
Food: Good chocolate, sushi, seafood, steak...love brunch food. However I don't like bacon or tomato sauce which limits me on normal foods like pasta and pizza. Chicago does food so much better than DC so I've been living it up. I love trying burgers with random toppings like pears and eggs....somehow they make it work.
I contemplate what draws us to certain cultural phenomenons and our reactions to them such as Jersey Shore, Facebook, Honey Boo-Boo, Miley Cyrus, etc. Not in a snobbish/I think I'm better than everyone way (I have a very live and let live mentality), but more to understand human nature.
Why my capitalistic bar is so long when I only answered 3 related questions.
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- Ages 26–41
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