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21 F Burlington, VT

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Yesterday – 10:06am
5′ 4″ (1.63m)
Body Type
Mostly anything
Christianity, but not too serious about it
Working on university
Relationship Status
Seeing Someone
Relationship Type
Likes dogs

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My self-summary
I find paragraphs hard for concentration so I document vertically.
I write like a romantic, but I'm a realist.
I'm a student and I take that seriously.
I need challenge and I crave intensity.
I like heat lightening and how the sky looks when it's cold.
I have routines and need a plan but I don't always follow them.
I rarely text because I'd rather talk.
I cut my hair short and now I miss it.
I swoon at the sound of Chris Cornell's voice.
I take Motrin, not Advil.
I want to go to Paris and then I'll see the world.
I get lost in a book and then angry at interruptions.
I burn the skin of my marshmallows, eat it, and then do it again.
I love food but eat the same things all the time.
I go to seek the Great Perhaps.
I exercise to sweat because that means I’ve worked hard.
I like to learn about what intrigues me.
I release the day's toxins by drawing or painting.
I go to the beach during winter and still order Shirley Temples.
I'm in a sorority but I'm not the stereotype.
I take my coffee with milk and no sugar but I mostly drink tea.
I play music loudly so I can feel the bass in every part of my body.
I drive with the windows open and need the motion.
I eat oranges so my hands can smell like them all day.
I like to watch heat rise off the asphalt and prefer to go barefoot.
I wait for indian summers.
What I’m doing with my life
My full time job is as a student. I'm a nerd, but not consistently. College means working hard and earning something great, but it's a designated point in my life for mistakes and memories.

I'm human, so I need money. I cater as an extracurricular to my pursuit of an ambitious bachelors degree. I try not to spend that money. But I'm still human.

I've imagined a career and a stable future, and that's my front-running goal. But I've also packed everything up and moved cross-country to chase some unforeseen opportunity.

I don't know which way I'm going, but I'm not supposed to yet.
I’m really good at
Denying I'm really good at anything.

So in my modesty I'd say I'm "not" really good at:
1. Art/Drawing/Painting
2. Remembering
3. Hosting/Catering
4. Studying *noshame*
5. Breathing
6. Multitasking
7. Achieving
8. Rambling
9. Observing
10. Contagiously Smiling
11. Daydreaming
12. Volleyballing
13. Fainting
The first things people usually notice about me
You'd probably hear my laugh first, though it's nothing too distinguished from anyone else's. Chances are you could never trace the origins of my giggling, but regardless, I'd be smiling. I smile constantly - it's my most active verb.

Teeth don't give away my smile, my cheeks do. You'd notice them second. They inflate as my happiness intensifies.

Next, you'd notice the button nose that Rudolphs in both scorching heat and sunburn, as well as harsh winter wind. It'd be scrunched up so tightly that it intrudes on the area of my face designated for my eyes. My eyelash-thin nose ring won't make itself present until you do a double take.

Eventually my eyes resume their usual roundness. There's some kind of kaleidoscopic fusion of hazel with my predominant brown.
My eyes window to the rest of me that goes unnoticed at first.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
1. Currently: Middlesex
2. The Rereads: Looking for Alaska, In the Woods
3. The Classics: Gone with the Wind (!!!!), The Great Gatsby, The Picture of Dorian Gray, Rebecca, The Kite Runner, The Once and Future King, A Separate Peace
4. The Easiest Answer: 19 Minutes

1. The Obvious: Pirates of the Caribbean, Mean Girls
2. The Oldies: Mildred Pierce, Shadow of a Doubt, Double Indemnity, Dial M for Murder
3. The Staples: Shawshank Redemption, National Treasure, Shutter Island, The Reader, Fracture.
4. The Ultimate: The Prestige

1. Alternative Rock: The Killers, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Coldplay, Silversun Pickups, Mumford & Sons, Jack Johnson, Arctic Monkeys, Audioslave, Death Cab for Cutie, Head and the Heart, Eve 6
2. Top 40: For the sweet, savory, yet ultimately brief time (days if not hours) they are not overplayed, over-loved, and often overrated. My favorite Top 40s are the ones I loved before America became enamored.

It's easier to just say what I don't like:
Red Meat, Deep Friedness, Fast Food, Soda, Sauerkraut.

As for Shows:
Commercials are an extreme deterrent in my interest in TV.

1. The Infatuations: Gilmore Girls, Parenthood, Lost
2. The Guilty Pleasures: ABC Family monopolized this one
3. The Engaging: SVU, House, Person of Interest
The six things I could never do without
In order of increasing severity the more I may be deprived:

1. Shampoo
2. Spontaneity
3. Ocean accessibility
4. Four distinct seasons
5. Art Supplies
6. Sunshine
I spend a lot of time thinking about
1. Reasons why.
2. The most colorful vocabulary I can use to communicate.
3. How I would be in a different life, not who.
4. What it's like to capture pure emotion.
5. What Ifs - though I hate them.
6. Who wrote the Bible.
7. How history really happened, and according to who(m).
8. My 3 genie wishes.
On a typical Friday night I am
Eager to do something atypical.

I've worked late catering weddings and I've hosted other people's elaborate Friday nights. I've stayed in and watched movies with a thousand people, or occupied the seat of Midnight premieres. I've eaten pints of ice cream and gone to bed by 10:30, or gone biking at 1 in the morning.
I live for college student Friday nights, or sit quite and content at a bonfire. I somehow find myself dancing no matter what my plans are, even if I save my Friday nights for family.
I've gone to concerts, and snuck out of the house. I've partied and picnicked and painted. I've ordered in ever kind of take-out cuisine, or experimented Food Network style.
I've forgotten its Friday night, and I've had countdowns since Saturday morning. I've spent hours getting ready, or I've worn the same pajamas since the morning.

Every Friday night, I never do what I did last week.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I've been both the Dumper and the Dumpee.
I’m looking for
  • Guys who like girls
  • Ages 18–24
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends
You should message me if
You want to call me baby, just go ahead now. And if you like to tell me maybe, just go ahead now. And if you want to buy me flowers, just go ahead now. And if you like to talk for hours, just go ahead now. Oh, just go ahead now.