My friends will verify that I am sarcastic and opinionated, love a good debate and think I am always right (which I am). However, they will also tell you that I love kids, animals, basketball, books and my friends.
I have bad habits, but none involve illegal drugs, gambling, on-line porn or a Mexican cartel. I like people who make me laugh. People who are nice to children, animals, old people and wait staff move up a few notches in my opinion poll.
I probably say inappropriate things at the right time, so you can bet it's intentional. I have never been one to care much about what others care about me in the regard that I am my own person and what I do is not for others to like or dislike. What you see is what you get. I'm not much into lying and playing games. I can behave in genteel company, but I am pretty much an aggressive girl who says what she means and thinks, consequences (and sometimes feelings) be damned. I'm not sure a close-minded (homophobic, racist or sexist) conservative will really appreciate or deserve my awesomeness.
I really hate the phrase "It is what it is". What the hell? Of COURSE it is. That's like saying "Red is red". I feel like people just say it to sound philosophical when really they just can't think of anything else useful to say.
I hate fruit in my non-dessert foods, i.e. salmon in an apricot glaze with mango sauce or something. BARFF.
I would die if I could never read again. Literally, not figuratively. I would curl up in a ball in the backyard until I died.
If I could afford it, I would be a professional student.
I love kids: bad ones, good ones, little ones big ones. I think it's what makes me a great teacher. Normally, I am a pretty humble person, but I am a great teacher, and that makes me proud and happy.
If you can't handle an independent, flippant, smart ass woman, then you need to keep looking. This girl's not for you. I was raised in SC, but I was raised by a horde of women from Indiana. I was raised to be in charge of myself and others. Deal with it.