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26 Minneapolis, MN Woman


I’m looking for

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  • Ages 18–30
  • Near me
  • For new friends, short-term dating

My Details

Last Online
Today – 6:29am
5′ 9″ (1.75m)
Body Type
Strictly anything
Agnosticism, and laughing about it
Gemini, but it doesn’t matter
Graduated from university
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My self-summary
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ENFJ. Because Myers-Briggs typing people is a great hobby.

Geminii. See above, but you know with astrology. (This is especially sad because I am a more pro-typical Gemini than an ENFJ. I mean the F's pretty obvious, and so's the N. and the E. The J is a bit hidden though...)

I'm a writer, a fighter, an adventurer, and a nerd/geek. (I use both words interchangeably. Is this wrong? Probably.)

I also enjoy spirited discussions about movies, books, tv shows (though I no longer have access to cable), politics, art, music, religion...okay I'm really only not interested in Reality TV shows and... that's about it. I'm a dabbler. I dabble.
What I’m doing with my life
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I'm working at a miserable dead end job that pays moderately well, while accruing enough funds to run away somewhere so I can finish my book. Don't worry, I'll totally come back Minneapolis. You'd perish with out me. ;)
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
would "stabbing people" be the wrong thing to say here? I enjoy sword fighting a lot.
(For the curious, I mainly do Historical SCA Rapier fighting, but I've also participated in Boffer events, Collegiate Fencing, Stage Combat, and Historical Re-enactments. What can I say? I'm an addict.)

I would like to say that I'm really good at writing, but as I have not yet sold a book that would seem a bit well, pretentious, and we can't have that. Pretentiousness is very unattractive, I've been told.

I can cook reasonably well, but only one dish at a time. So as long as you don't mind the veggies coming about 15 minutes after the main dish, sure I can cook. I also have, as a souvenir from an ex-something or another (don't ask, because I'll tell you.) a series of odd dishes that sound like they shouldn't go together, but surprisingly do. I also make the best Mac and Cheese on the planet.

Talking. Also. Except when my brain launches ahead of my tongue, and I trip all over my words. Happens all the time... But it's hilarious so that's okay.

I can also make up lyrics to songs when I forget the words. I can be very convincing, so remember to call me on it when I get it wrong. Else, you'll be singing my version. :D
The first things people usually notice about me
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From the comments I'm getting, apparently my legs are the first thing that are noticed, but that is probably just the photo. This is generally not a question I go around asking people, or answering for other people. What an odd thing to put on this site. I wonder why it's on here.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Oh, oh dear. I hope you have a lot of time on your hands because I could talk abouut books, movies, shows, and food for ever. I generally don't talk about music, mostly because I'm really bad at names of bands and I know one day I'll say the lead singer of Motley Crue is really the Lead Singer of Iron Maiden and then will be summerarily executed by the masses.

The Quick and Dirty Book List (Or what I am reading currently):
Stainless Steel Rat-- Harry Harrison (For the umpteenth time)
Two for the Dough- Jannet Evonivich (curse you mother!)
Eragon- Christopher Paoloni (It can't possibly be as bad as I remember... right?)
Moveable Feast--Hemmingway. ('cause you know. English major. They'd take away my degree if I didn't have at least one impressive sounding book on here.)

Best book so far is: Wise Mans' Fear.
Favorite Films of the moment that I am writing this:
Mirror Mask
Knight's Tale
Princess Bride
Captain Blood
Kung Fu Hustle
Midnight In Paris

TV Shows:
Sleepy Hollow
Almost Human
Being Human (UK ONLY please. Yes, it's because Aiden Turner is the second sexist man on the planet. The first is Richard Armitage.)
Twilight Zone
Danny Phantom
Invader Zim
Angel/ Buffy (Angel more, I think its a better written show)
Once Upon A Time
10th Kingdom
(If you can't tell I'm kind of on a Fantasy Kick. I have been since I was seven. I apologize for nothing.)

Also Comics:
Books of Magic
Swamp Thing
House of Mystery

I really like Vertigo, but it's starting to freak me out when I pick up a new comic story line and there is John Constantine. Though there are worse fates that being stalked by a smug chain smoking blond British magnificent bastard, I don't recall that working out very well for anyone in the history of ever.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
Friends, Fighting, and Feasting. Also Books. And Movies. And a notebook--oh and also a pencil. Wait, that's seven. I guess I don't really need to eat...
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
The stories I'm working on. My friends, you know what they're doing, if they are well, if they are sick of me yet--that kind of thing. Also how many times I've heard Destreza puns made by people who don't fight with a sword. Movie plot holes, far too much time on movie plot holes.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Winter: Staring out the window wishing it were warm so I could go for a walk.

Not winter: Probably out for a walk. Or am out having a drink with friends. Or Gaming. Or going to a late showing of a kids' movie after eating a ton of ice cream, because I am on a continual quest to make my inner 10 year old jealous.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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is that after I have had about three drinks in me, I know the secrets of the universe and will tell anybody them. So long as they ask the right questions. Yes, I turn into that mysterious cryptic dues ex machina character at the beginnning of every quest. They had to come from somewhere.
You should message me if
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-If you like sword fighting
-You wish to learn sword fighting
-You are willing to fight me at 3 am in a Walmart parking lot. (Target is OK too, but Walmart tends not to ask questions.)
-You have more books in your house than shelf space.
-You have broken a bookshelf because of the weight of the books you squeezed on to the shelves.
-You have Mondays and Tuesdays free
-You stay up to ungodly hours of the night
-You have adventures on a regular basis.
-You don't mind long rambling literary conversations.
-You happen to be Chris Hemsworth or Richard Armitage.
-You like extraordinarily long walks.
-You joined the Army solely so you could honestly quite John Cusack from Grosse Pointe Blank.