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24 / F / Straight / Single
- Last Online
- Yesterday – 8:27pm
- 5′ 6″ (1.68m).
- Body Type
- Mostly anything
- Working on masters program
- Doesn’t have kids
- Likes cats
- English (Fluently), Spanish (Okay)
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When I am NOT talking about things that would make your grandmother blush, I take dance classes and volunteer at a local preschool a couple mornings a week. I also spend a lot of time experimenting in the kitchen, most recently with my new slow cooker. I'm a huge stand-up comedy junkie, and I spend an embarrassing amount of time following my favorite comedians on Youtube and Twitter. Sexy Liberal Comedy Tour, anyone?
I am also on neverending quest to find the best cheeseburger in Boston. Suggestions welcome.
Baking things. Unfortunately, I have a gluten intolerant roommate who can't eat much of what I produce, so, uh, want some cookies?
People watching. Having majored in anthropology in undergrad, I can take it to the next level.
Taking the wrong bus. It takes talent to do it as often as I do.
I tend to talk very quickly, with lots of hand gestures. My friends say I show *enthusiasm,* but what really I think they mean is that I need to slow the hell down. I can't help it, I'm Midwestern. We talk fast to make up for our lack of discernible accent.
Books: I have so many books I've loved over the years that it's hard to choose just one. I recently read The Chaperone and A History of the World in Six Glasses, though, and I really liked both. The Power of One will always be a perennial favorite, too. I've also really gotten into non-fiction and memoirs over the past few years, favorites including Gulp by Mary Roach and Alex and Me by Irene Pepperburg. Currently working my way through The Child Catchers by Kathryn Joyce.
TV shows: Right now, I'm slightly obsessed with Parks and Rec and Orphan Black but I also like Psych and Community. I watch a lot of BBC documentaries and stand-up specials on YouTube, too.
Music: Alex Goot, Boyce Avenue, movie scores (right now, the Hunger Games and Brave), Emeli Sande, Matt Nathanson, Celtic Woman, Ed Sheeran, and my guilty pleasure, Taylor Swift.
Foods: Dessert, any and all kinds. I love sushi and Italian food, as well. I like trying new things, whether it's out at a restaurant or a dish I'm cooking for the first time. I think it's in my blood to love food, honestly, since my granddad was a pastry chef. I also just realized how often I mention food on this profile. Heh. Not going to apologize for it, though.
2. My smartphone, mostly for the built-in GPS. My sense of direction is nonexistent, so this feature has saved my ass more times than I can count, especially when I first moved here.
3. Comfortable footwear. Having grown up in the "drive everywhere" suburbs and then moved to the land of walking and public transportation, I have a new appreciation for good shoes. Given the season, I tend to go with my duck boots most days.
4. Skype and Facebook chat. My college friends are literally scattered around the world, and these make being away from them much more bearable. And okay, I talk to my mom on chat, too.
5. My memory foam mattress. If Mother Goose had owned one of these things, "The Princess and the Pea" wouldn't have been a thing. It's like sleeping on a cloud.
6. Chocolate almond butter. Like Nutella, but better. Om nom nom!
Where the hell I left my glasses/keys/phone/wallet.
Whether or not I should get a cat.
If anyone Tebows anymore, ironically or not.
Seasonal: What I'm getting people for Christmas. I take holiday shopping VERY seriously.
I recently made my Boston comedy debut performing in a show at my school to raise money for the Red Cross. Unfortunately, I let my friends upload the video of it to Youtube. Bonus points if you can find the video online.
- Guys who like girls
- Ages 23–27
- Near me
- Who are single
- For new friends, long-term dating
-You think a zombie apocalypse would prove to be a fascinating social experiment, if a little grisly.
-You want to hear about the time I ate soap as a child. In my defense, it was chocolate-scented.
-You won't laugh at my really terrible student ID picture.