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23 F Bloomington, IN

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5′ 0″ (1.52m)
Body Type
Strictly anything
When drinking
Hinduism, but not too serious about it
Taurus, and it’s fun to think about
Working on masters program
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Likes dogs and dislikes cats
English (Fluently), Russian (Okay), French (Okay), Hindi (Okay), Persian (Poorly)

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My self-summary
I wear many hats figuratively and many more scarves literally. I would rather be mediocre at many things than incredible at a few things (although this often comes back to bite me in my insecure butt). I'd like to think I'm open-minded, and I try to be nice. The world is a beautiful place full of beautiful things and even more beautiful people; any country/city is an opportunity to learn and enjoy things you never thought you would before.

Also, British TV is the best. And if you don't like Tex-Mex food or Indian music (of any variety), I suggest you turn away now.

Happy hunting!
What I’m doing with my life
I'm a graduate student in Anthropology/Political Science.
I’m really good at
Learning and singing songs in other languages. Not even learning other languages. Just the songs. And I know what they mean when I sing them.

Also, being more nuanced than the okcupid questions would like you to think. Hopefully, that's not just me though.
The first things people usually notice about me
To quote the Madeline intro song: "She may be very tiny, diminutive, petite, but that has never stopped her from [trying to be] pretty neat!"
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: Non-fiction (history or social sciences, generally) and comedy. Favorite book ever is "Fierce Pajamas," an anthology of comedy writing from the New Yorker.

Movies/Shows: Make me laugh.

All three of the above can be summed up with the following: Steve Martin.

BUT, other favorite comics include: Russell Peters (because duh), Eugene Mirman, Flight of the Conchords, Maria Bamford, Stella, and David Mitchell

Music: I hate the term "World Music." Just because it's the rest of the world to us doesn't mean they don't have genres and styles of their own. That said, I've studied Indian, Javanese, and Middle Eastern music Also, anything with heavy bass makes me super happy. Currently in a wicked Die Antwoord phase that isn't going to go away anytime soon.

Food: All of it. Junk/Expensive. If it's tasty, I like it. Current guiltiest pleasure: Double-fried pork belly from a local Chinese place. But I normally order it with eggplant/broccoli on the side to not hate myself for getting it.
The six things I could never do without
1. Music
2. Dance
3. Car
4. Books (on everything, particularly the social sciences. And anything by James Thurber, S.J. Perelman, Dorothy Parker, or Gerald Durrell)
5. Other cultures (Not quite sure how to phrase this, but I love studying other cultures and people. So...that's now a thing)
6. Spinach
I spend a lot of time thinking about
what makes me happy and how I'm going to find it. Right now, that means figuring out how to use my interests to help people.
On a typical Friday night I am
partying it up with friends or going to a sweet live music show. Or, if I didn't plan ahead (which is mostly the case), finding a friend/friends to eat a bunch of crappy food with while we watch Youtube videos and drink something absurdly classy. And so I don't seem too anti-social, there are like a solid seven friends I could do this with pretty regularly.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Apparently, I've undergone a series of traumatic events that occurred pretty rapidly within the past year. I'm not a sad person to be around; on the contrary, I generally am pretty bubbly. That said, there are some requexpectations that come with this recent realization:

1. I reserve the right to tell you/not to tell you what said traumatic events are.
2. You are NOT the solution to my problems, and I know that. So don't act like you have to be.
3. If you tell me something and I forget it, don't be offended. Memory loss is apparently a common symptom of these things. Same goes for nervous chattiness. And being VERY scatterbrain-y.
4. Let me know how you feel about me, even if it's that you never want to see me again. Closure shows respect for emotional development.

I'm not admitting these things to make you feel pity for me or guilty in advance of getting to know me. Frankly, I'm awesome and comfortable with myself, and I hope that awesomeness is something you get to see MUCH more of than anything else. That said, I feel like I've messed up enough dates by being so nervous and forgetful and occasionally just unable to talk about my life that it makes me feel better to admit these things up front. You have every right to feel attracted/not attracted to me based on these things, but if you do end up talking to me, please respect my emotions and where I am in my life right now. I promise I'll make it worth your while.
I’m looking for
  • Guys and girls who like bi girls
  • Ages 23–32
  • Near me
  • For new friends
You should message me if
a) you were one of the relatively few Americans who knew that Tajikistan was a real country BEFORE the Winter Olympics Opening Ceremony.

b) you enjoy geeking out about your chosen field of study/work as much as you enjoy a crazy dance party for one: a lot

c) you can spend two weeks traveling around/falling in love with a third-world country without modern amenities/complaining about "cultural shortfalls."

d) also, you are not a creep or a jerk. If you just want to have sex with me, go away.