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30 Campbellsville, KY Woman


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I’m looking for

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  • Ages 30-50
  • Located anywhere
  • For new friends

My details

Last online
Yesterday – 12:44pm
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Relationship Type
Mostly monogamous
5' 9" (1.75m)
Body Type
Full figured
Agnosticism and laughing about it
Doesn’t have kids but wants them
English (Fluently), French (Somewhat), Spanish (Somewhat)
My self-summary
Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
Looks can be deceiving, I'm way too self aware to be a true hipster.
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
I'm in a committed relationship. I'm not looking for a boyfriend, a dirty little secret, or a fuck buddy.
I work in a call center that does medical billing and customer service for a massive physician's group in Chicago but fortunately for me and for them I don't directly deal with patients. I'm more of a spreadsheet guru, technical troubleshooter, and one woman crisis management team from 9am-6pm. I deeply miss my graveyard shift. I'm a hardcore night-owl and making myself settle down and go to sleep before 4am or so is much like putting an unwilling toddler to bed.
I've got a small group of close-knit friends and a lot of aquaintances. I love to make people laugh and push the envelope, but I'm not the get wasted and rowdy type. My sense of humor tends to be outrageous or risque but in a deadpan/dry tone and I don't take myself so seriously that I can't have a good laugh at my own expense. I'm very sarcastic but I temper it quite a bit because I can't stand it when people put other people down or hurt feelings to get a laugh. If everyone but the person you're "targeting" is laughing then you're doing it wrong.
I'm not even slightly religious and stringent Christianity squicks me right out. If you're looking for a traditional, god-fearing woman I am not her. I do consider myself spiritual but as far as labeling it I guess I'm closer to pagan and\or agnostic. I read tarot, try to treat plants and animals with respect, and eat organic whenever possible. If that qualifies as a religion then I'm that.
I smoke (and don't plan on quitting soon), I don't drink often but I can drink you under the table when I do, I swear like a trucker, and I have an exquisitely dirty mind. I'm also one of those rare people that actually like my life and who I am. When considering potential new friends and associates humor is the one main trait that catches my eye. If a guy can make me laugh he has my attention every time.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
I'm a singer, a writer, and a dimestore philosopher. I'm very good at making people feel better about things they probably shouldn't feel better about and just generally making people feel comfortable. I'm hoping to be good at guitar and/or harmonica very soon... although I actually have to get a guitar and a harmonica before that happens.
The first things people usually notice about me
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I'm very blunt and honest, which can come across as harsh or overconfident to the point of arrogance but I'm possibly the most awkward person who has ever lived and I'm usually just not that good at playing games or kissing ass. People I don't know very well, even people with whom I've worked in the same building for years, tend to think I'm either really strange or an outright bitch because I have trouble acting normal when I'm nervous, especially when it comes to speaking to people or making eye contact. Once I know someone well enough to feel comfortable I have no filter and no topic is off limits, at that point my encyclopedic knowledge of porn, sexual deviance, and dirty things in general is on full display. For some reason, despite this, people generally like me. Not sure what that's all about but it seems to work.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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First and foremost I'm a music chick, good music for me is like a religious experience and Bob Dylan is my God. I love folk, 60's and 70's pop, psychedelic, and a random smattering of modernish stuff. I love The Beatles, The Eagles (fuck what The Dude thinks,) Elton John, Counting Crows, Joan Baez, Jewel (pre-country,) Me First and the Gimme Gimmes, Donovan and Willam Belli. I'm always down to talk music, if I don't know what I'm talking about I'm more than happy to make it up as I go along. Lately I've been listening to The Decemberists, Lana del Rey, The Yellow Blankets, and Counting Crows. I also enjoy Lil Wayne and various embarrassing late '90s/early 00's artists I liked in high school, but I tend to phase through different genres according to my mood or the season or who I'm spending the most time with. I'm willing to give anything a listen because if I had skipped over everything I thought I wouldn't like then I'd have missed out on a huge number of artists and songs that later became favorites.
I have not owned a television or had regular access to cable for years. I watch everything online, some legally and some not. As far as popular shows I love Scandal, HTGAWM, Grey's Anatomy (Shonda Rhimes is my hero,) Downton Abbey, Archer, Bob's Burgers, American Dad, and perhaps most of all RuPaul's Drag Race. I also watch old episodes of Deadwood, Coupling, Dexter (first five seasons only please,) Boondocks and Venture Bros and all of the BBC documentaries Youtube has to offer.
When it comes to books I would love to be able to say I've read a lot of really great literature but alas I have not. While I am "Cliffs Notes" well read and I have a working knowledge of the basic plot and significance of a vast array of literature I haven't read many of them in their entirety as I get bored and wander off distracted fairly easily. What I do read is generally escapist. For me the best books are the ones you can lose yourself in for awhile. My favorite of all time is "Shield of Three Lions" trilogy and "The Book of Eleanor" by Pamela Kaufman, who writes the most amazing historical fiction about the Plantagenets. I also love "Angela's Ashes," pretty much anything by Steven King, Patricia Cornwell, and Bentley Little. Most of the other stuff I read is true crime, magazines, and whatever's on
I am a total movie nerd, though I don't have the time to keep as current as I once did. My favorites are an odd mix of "films no one has seen" (Wristcutters: A Love Story, Sliding Doors, A Dirty Shame, Antichrist, Bad Biology); low budget and indie horror (Teeth, Black Sheep, Zombie Bikers from Detroit, anything by Troma or Dimension Extreme); and bizarre documentaries about porn, serial killers, strippers, and hookers.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
-My Nutribullet- don't judge me, my smoothies are fucking amazing.
-My laptop- more than half full of music, also an obscene amount of pictures and games. If I'm without it for long I experience withdrawal symptoms.
-Cold Cream- it's awesome stuff in any situation
- Coco Puff- she's a shihtzu and she has superpowers. A life without dogs is not one worth living.
- Music- maybe this should have been lumped in with my laptop but it's kind of a big deal.
- Other things- I couldn't decide between fresh ginger and my family
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
What's next. I have a degree that I'm not currently using and this town is just a little small for my taste, so within the next couple years I see myself making some career and location changes.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Getting out of work about 6pm and heading home to hang out with my boyfriend, who also happens to be my best friend. And usually between the getting off work and the sex, he buys dinner. It's the best of all possible worlds, really. I consider our weekends sacred and with very few exceptions I'm off the grid from Friday night to Sunday afternoon/evening.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I met a very dear friend on this site. He's unfortunately no longer with us but keeping this profile feels like a link in some strange way.
You should message me if
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You think Evan Stone is awesome in a really creepy way.
You have (or can fake) a British, Scottish or Irish accent. It's a thing.
Any of this has piqued your curiosity.