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Futalognosaurus

31 Toronto, Ontario, CA Woman

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I’m looking for

  • Women who like women
  • Ages 25–45
  • Located anywhere
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating

My Details

Last Online
Nov 20
Orientation
Gay
Ethnicity
White
Height
5′ 8″ (1.72m)
Body Type
Fit
Diet
Mostly anything
Smokes
No
Drinks
Socially
Drugs
Sometimes
Religion
Sign
Education
Dropped out of masters program
Job
Income
Relationship Status
Single
Relationship Type
Offspring
Doesn’t have kids
Pets
Speaks
English

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My self-summary
Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
This summer has been the most fulfilling summer ever. I started refurbishing sailboats and racing some with professional racers, so basically 4 days out of 7 I'm out there on the lake. Also, although I'm a proud owner of dozens of skirts and dresses and femmy stuff, these days I'm mostly coated in epoxy primer, oils, lubes and similar non-girly substances. If you don't find that sexy...then something is terribly wrong with you :P

I am slowly turning into a gun nut. And I love the smell of gun powder, the recoil, and that wonderful feeling when you pull the trigger! I already carry a hunter's knife and a multitool with me at all times, and if legally allowed I'd be the girl carrying a pistol or a rifle with me, too. If you wanna go hunting or to an outdoor shooting range, I'm your buddy.

They say I'm a radiant and restless person. I have a lot of life changing ideas, plans and adventures for The Bright Future, some of them are actually happening Right Now! :)

I have slept/lived in a bunch of strange spaces, like caves, sailboats, abandoned factories, remote islands, old tenement house with a long shady corridor that most people run away from screaming WTF was THAT??!

There are lots of unexplainable facts about my life. Like, dropping oysters into a hot bubble bath and having funny conversations with them. Or chasing bunnies in the bush and ending up having sex with a human in snow. Or canoeing in the tail of a hurricane. Well, you get the idea.
What I’m doing with my life
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Trying to get my shit together so that I can finally get my own fixer-up kind of sailboat, live there all year round, and sail her away to all the beautiful remote places. That's my own ultimate interpretation of the concept "settle down" :)

Getting into archery and blacksmithing. Come summer I hope to get scuba diving license.

Going back to school next year to learn marine welding.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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I used to read insane amounts of Sartre, Nietszche, Freud, Hesse and Camus when I was a teenager.

These days I tend to read at least 5 books at the same time, so currently kicking around on my bed are:
Sailboat maintenance manual
The worst journey in the world: Antarctica 1910-1913
The curious world of bugs
Sex, drugs, and sea slime: the ocean's oddest creatures
Mapping the brain
Eldritch tales: a miscellany of the macabre by Lovecraft

Generally most things written/drawn by Walter Moer, Jim Woodring, Élian Black'Mor, Antoine de Saint-Exupery, Douglas Adams, Terry Pratchett, Tolkien, John Fowles, Fiodor Dostoyevsky, Jack London, Juan Rulfo, Lev Tolstoy, and William Gibson rock my world!

with movies, I adore the worlds of Dave McKean, Tim Burton, Terry Gilliam, Jiri Barta, Quay brothers, Wladyslaw Starewicz, Jean-Pierre Jeunet, Jan Švankmajer, Michel Gondry alike, but I'm also all over the map with stuff like Kaiba, Cat Soup, Fight Club, 8 1/2, Dark Crystal, Eternal Sunshine, Price Of Milk, Before sunrise, 25th Hour, Star Wars, Häxan.. There are also documentaries that are pretty close to how I want my life to be: Alone in the Wilderness, The Last Trapper, Happy People: One Year in Taiga, With Jean-du-Sud Around the World.

Got a heavy crush on animation (esp. stop motion and anything hand-made is just amazing), and graphic novels (Jhonen Vasquez is probably an extreme example, but I love that guy). A couple examples of eerie beautiful artists that inspire me: HR Giger, Bantock, Zdzislaw Beksinski, Kris Kuksi, Ian Miller, Ellen Jewett (a local Ontario fella!), Gon KiRin, Mark James Porter, Enki Bilal.

I used to write and photo-shoot for online culture magazine about music, film and theatre a lot, mainly independent underground stuff.

I tend to listen to lots of Sigur Rós, Broken Social Scene, PJ Harvey, Xiu Xiu, gothic rock, shoegaze, and especially the sounds from the 60s-70s. Folks like Autechre, Aphex Twin, Kraftwerk, Siouxsie and the Banshees, Smashing Pumpkins, Sisters of Mercy, Venetian Snares is constantly in my player.

long time addict to french pastries, also Thai, Italian, Japanese, French and Spanish food. No day goes by without chocolate!
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
- Wild snowy winters somewhere Far in The North... preferably involving wild animals and firearms.
- People capable to love. That true, caring, passionate, genuine love. With that comes sex, too
- Chocolate and pastries
- Sailing, especially racing sailboats. I literally can't imagine spending my summers in any other way than sailing
- Some human powered way to navigate around land, preferably a bike (fat bike, road bike, mountain bike...)
- Adventures! I tend to turn really grumpy and sad if I spend too much time adventure-less.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
my next sailing destination...how to round up Cape Horn and not die of it? Or more realistic future trip...Greenland, Iceland and Jan Mayen land
relocating somewhere further north...Alaska? BC? Yukon?
dying my hair black with purple highlights..hopefully soon!
fairy tales and swamps
spirituality, universe(s), alien life forms, life and death and the transitions our bodies go through
creepy cute little animals, bugs, insects, spiders...
my dreams (those night-time ones)
meteor showers
how cool it'd be to wear a corset while surrounded by little colorful xmas lights and many many candles
snow storms
sex and brownies
history of lost civilisations and Earth
anything that smells old and rusty (abandoned factories and weird labyrinths in the dark basements, spooky shit!).
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Typically friday nights are spent overhauling and building bicycles at a local bike shop. Often way into the wee hours of saturday morning.... alternatively I spend ridiculous hours looking for sailboats.
You should message me if
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I'm mostly looking for a short-term girlfriend for mischief of any of this kind:
- have some random adventures
- craft something together,
- do bike trips along the lake or multiple day trips to Far Away Places... currently I'm plotting cross-territories trip for spring and summer of 2015, rolling down from Alaska to Yukon, BC (hopping on Vancouver Island for a bit) and Northwest Territories (not sure about Nunavut for now). It's a long and cold ride even in summer, so tent cuddle buddies are needed <3
- have a tea with a warm pie
- backcountry camping
- cuddle up all day
- create some weird out of this world creature from scrap metal
- go fishing or hunting
- dream of building a community like this one: http://99percentinvisible.org/episode/snowflake/

or if you agree with this:
"The difficult is what takes a little time; the impossible is what takes a little longer"... I don't know why but I seem to get along better with stubborn people :)

oh, and you should definitely message me if this sounds like your kind of fun:
http://media.licdn.com/mpr/mpr/p/1/000/19f/0a7/3220c2b.jpg

If we happen to click and our friendship turns into something more serious and long term, I am very upfront about my future. I am not staying in Toronto for too long. You should not be scared of ditching your job-family-friends package and sail away with me into adventures! Typically people here in North America have this mental association of sailing and Caribbeans or other warm climates... I'm glad to disappoint all expectations of this sort, nothing like that will ever happen with me! Greenland to Northwest Passage, Aleutian Islands and Inside Passage, Drake Passage at some point and all other terrible ice cold nasty weather sailing is the only kind of sailing being plotted :p