Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
**I AM NOT INTERESTED IN SINGLE MALES. GUYS, YOU WILL NOT GET A
RESPONSE IF YOU MESSAGE ME**
Gotta put that warning out there, but really, I'm a pretty nice
person. Right now I'm in a wonderful marriage and not looking to
change that. I'm still on this site to meet other females or
couples that are looking for friends (and maybe friends with
benefits!) My husband and I are long-time swingers and enjoy
meeting other people who are open about their sexuality but we are
by no means pushy about it. No, I will not have a threesome with
you without my husband present, but we are very open to a full or
soft swap scenario. I am absolutely open to getting together with a
female one on one, but I'm not really looking for a long-term,
committed relationship on the side completely separate from my
husband. Having been on the other end of the "bi girl on OKC"
stick, I know how obnoxious the unicorn hunters can be, so I tend
not to message other people very often because I don't want to come
across as aggressive. I genuinely like getting to know new people,
sex or no sex. I am attracted to people of many different gender
orientations and truly believe that embracing your sexuality is a
healthy, positive thing. While I want to be upfront about that
stuff, it's definitely not the end-all of who I am.
As for the actual "who am I" bit, I've spent the last 10 years
trying to figure that out and I think I'm finally coming up with
some answers. I'm a hopeless optimist trapped in the real world, a
happy homebody who sometimes comes down with a strong case of
wanderlust. I am a giver by nature, but I'm not afraid to receive
in return. I have a deep love for words and language, but I'm a
lazy literarian who spends more time reading pop fiction than
Shakespeare - though I can still recite you a sonnet or two. I am
just as comfortable in a cocktail dress and heels as I am in cargo
pants and work boots, I like to do my nails just as much as I like
getting my hands dirty, and I absolutely hate being told that I
can't do something. I would do absolutely anything for the people I
love, and I have a very long temper - except when I don't. I am
loving, and I am flawed, and I am very, very human. And you know
what? I wouldn't change that for anything.
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
I moved back to the East Coast a while back after a several year
sojurn in the desert of Southern California, and couldn't be
happier to be living where the seasons actually change again.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
let's instead go with the things I try to be good at: cooking,
brewing beer, playing guitar (ok, not very well but it's fun),
sleeping in later than I should (gold medal champion), spouting off
random bits of obscure knowledge at inappropriate and often
confusing times (I absolutely rock at that. If you could make a
living out of just knowing random useless shit at the wrong time,
I'd be a millionaire), listening to other people talk about
whatever's on their mind, knitting and spinning yarn, and just
making things in general. I love doing things with my hands that
require lots of patience and focus although I'm not always the best
at actually finishing projects. I have a million hobbies from
woodworking to chainmaille jewelry to gardening, and I'm always
eager to pick up a new one.
The first things people usually notice about me
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I tend to come across as either hopelessly weird and a little
antisocial, or kind of a ditz depending on the way the wind is
blowing that day. I sort of keep people at arm's length a bit, but
at the same time my personal information filters are a little
weird: there's some stuff that other people find really private
that it doesn't even phase me to share about myself, but other
things I sometimes keep to myself for no good reason around people
I know but are not super close with. Once I feel comfortable around
someone, though, it's pretty much an all-access pass.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
My Laptop. My glasses (or contacts). Anything soft/squishy. My
wireless router. The internet. A hair tie.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Maybe it would be cool to build a tinyhouse? Or how about starting
some kind of business? What do cats dream about? Should I finally
try to go back and finish my degree? I wonder if trees can die of
old age. Oh butts, did I leave the oven on again???
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
a. watching fansubs of old anime while in bed
b. trying to convince my husband to go out for sushi
c. hanging out with my sister and playing guitar
d. out visiting friends
e. none of the above
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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um.. i have a scar on my knee from where i accidentally stabbed
myself with a boxcutter when i was 19 trying to help a friend open
You should message me if
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you want to, aren't crazy in the stalk-you-and-get-obsessed way,
aren't mean, and like hiking.
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