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23 Eureka, CA Man


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I’m looking for

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  • Ages 19–32
  • Near me
  • For new friends, long-term dating

My details

Last online
Yesterday – 5:39pm
Relationship Type
Strictly monogamous
5' 10" (1.78m)
Body Type
Other but it’s not important
Doesn’t have kids
English (Fluently), French (Somewhat)
My self-summary
Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
For those who might be interested:
Sun in Capricorn
Ascendant in Cancer
Moon in Libra

MBTI: E/INFJ (Definitely an ambivert for all seasons)

I am a person who always tries to balance following their bliss and their blisters. I can often find both of these when I’m on stage performing completely made-up on the spot full length plays for audiences who have no idea what to expect, with sweat dripping down my brow and a light-board my fellow cast members and I barely know how to use, but it works out nonetheless. Or I am equally happy and fulfilled volunteering through the heart of the day, whether this means sitting and keeping friendly elders company over a game of cards, or playing games for a horde of kids with some of the fiercest animal impressions I will ever see. Unlike a lot of folks, having a fair dose of behind the scenes work in the office organizing the things I just mentioned also gets my thoroughly tickled. The quieter, blissful moments are how I sustain my energy, sipping some soothingly fragrant jasmine green tea and watching a film at least a couple decades old or listening to Sketches of Spain by Miles Davis or some unusual but intriguing music a friend recommended to me. I habitually get lost in stories I read on a page, see on a screen or hear from a person I’m talking to. Expect me to be the one listening with rapt attention, then starting an impromptu research project on the historical context of an event or the history of a certain word, not to necessarily fixate on the details, but to get a glimpse of the wider picture. I’m a creature motivated by frequent daydreaming and flights of fancy, especially when I catch hold of them as I see them soaring down to Earth. I get joyfully lost in my own head quite a bit, but I do enjoy seeing new people and places to keep me growing, which I believe is how I may have ended up here :).
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
Right now I am a student at Humboldt State studying Social Work. I have had a long past with Theatre, English and History as majors but I came to find that Social Work gets me out in the world and lets me see and learn about the most oppressed folks in our society, and do something to serve them on top of that. Currently, I’m interning at an elementary school under a School Social Worker, and I am tremendously excited and grateful for the opportunity. I have focused heavily on working with the elderly for the past year, and wanted to work with a new population. I am also working as a Program Consultant at the YES House on the HSU campus, where I was the Director for a companionship program serving the Elderly. Currently I help make sure all the programs run smoothly and empower the people who run them. I have also been a member of the Unscripted Sutras Improv Club and performing Improv shows ranging from “Who’s line is it anyway” type formats to Improvised plays, which are all a lot of fun and very enjoyable for somebody with a need to both perform and unleash their spontaneity. Between all of these things I have recently started writing poetry again, slam and free-verse mostly. I am also very fixed on compiling and going through lists of the most influential books and movies, and then reading/watching them all as time permits. I also love a good hike when I can take one with friends, and trying new kinds of food is also a lot of fun when the pocketbook can take it. In the future, I hope to achieve my Masters in Social Work and become a Licensed Clinical Social Worker exploring Psychodrama as a means of therapy. I want to do as much traveling abroad as I can, and hope to work with the peace corps after graduation. I also would love to expand my poetry and fiction writing and work on my meditation and yoga practices in the meantime!
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
-Acting & Theatre: It is my central channel for expression, and I enjoy every minute of it

-Being humorous: My sense of humor has very wide parameters ( Can be dry, wacky, crude, surreal, pun-filled) and I am proud to say i’ve been told I have wonderful comedic timing. I try not to think about it too much. When you think about it, you’re always at least 1 second behind.

-Narration and guided meditation. I have a voice that’s made me consider being a yoga instructor on several occasions.

-Listening, I love doing it with others, and I’m getting better at it every day

-Making subtle references to Movies, Books and other Media. Less of a skill and more of a compulsion

-Staring Contests, Poker faces: I have no problem with these short of someone straight out tickling me, probably shouldn't have said that last part,
The first things people usually notice about me
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
My encompassing vocabulary coupled with my polite mannerisms
My long and voluptuous brown hair
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Help your potential matches find common interests.
To keep this part trim I’ve tried to narrow it down somewhat

The Alchemist
Let the Right One In
The Canterbury Tales
Lord of the Rings Trilogy

Lord of the Rings exemplifies my childhood and the seeds of my imagination. The Canterbury Tales exemplifies my love of storytelling. The Alchemist is one of the most inspiring books i’ve ever read, and LTROI is one of the most unconventional and delightful “romances” i’ve ever read, especially for a Horror fan like myself.

The Seventh Seal
Spirited Away
Dr. Strangelove

Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Mushi-Shi (Anime)
Twin Peaks

Van Morrison
Lisa Gerrard
Miles Davis

Spinach salads
Blueberry scones
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
-Hearty breath-stealing gut laughs, which have been the best medicine I have taken for any pain or illness

-Cloudy days that are cozy enough to enjoy for what they are, but welcome the sun when it arrives

-Imagination, just being able to sit under a shady tree and daydream, and occasionally getting up and running around like a kid playing pretend is always fun.

-Performing. If I can’t entertain or act in front of others, I will quickly descend into insanity

-Curiosity, about anything and everything

-Yoga poses, especially when I’m at the perfect point between exertion and comfort
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
The symbolism beneath everyday actions, Spirituality, Art and the way it affects my own internal world ,Whether to get tea or coffee each day, What adventures I might want to go on sometime, the next album/movie/restaurant I want to try out
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Finishing off a very long workweek with some friends at a small 4-6 person kickback, at someone’s house or maybe a quieter bar. Things can freely get zany or calm, but never judgmental or uptight. After a couple hours I bid everyone good night and head home. From there I chat with my housemates a bit and then get into a movie, a book or a very old PC RPG from the early 90’s I have trouble staying away from. I will have done my extrovert phase and then moved solidly into the introvert phase. That’s where my cup of tea comes in.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
I’m not sure if this would be the MOST private thing but it tells you something about me: I have owned a series of large cooking spoons at all times in my life since I first used one as a scepter during a game as a kid. They are never used for cooking I like to keep one around my room to remind me not to lose sight of childlike joys. Occasionally I grasp them like a scepter if I’m trying to tap into my creative side.
You should message me if
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-If you enjoy long and open conversations with a personality not unlike an oversized hobbit
-If you believe in faeries as well
-You have suggestions for music/movies/books etc. I might like

With regards to anything further than friendship, I’ll admit I am looking for something a bit deeper emotionally, as I’m not much for hook-ups. However, I should also say that I am rather busy with all my commitments (school, job, performances etc.), and that might affect how much time I can spend with someone. I would still love to get to know someone new nonetheless.