I have a few tattoos, and would prefer if you do too. One of them is a Dave Matthews quote, but I'm not a crazy fan - the lyrics just mean a lot to me. I promise I'm not a hippie - I don't even own a hula hoop. I'm also really goofy and laugh a lot. I'm usually the first person to laugh at myself - I don't like to take life or myself too seriously.
I have curves. That's the end of that story. If you don't like that, well...then it probably isn't going to work out. I embrace the way I was built and on a side note, have never had any complaints about it. I'm confident and comfortable with who I am. Moving on...
I'm impossibly sarcastic and sometimes that hurts people's feelings. I hate early mornings, but I'm fully in love and addicted to that first cup of coffee. I have tattoos (and will probably get more) and my nose pierced, but I'm very professional. I hate marshmallows, but love marshmallow cream. I have a cat, but I'm a dog person. I sometimes get popular sayings wrong, but I know the difference in the theirs and the twos. I don't think I want kids (I change my mind with the wind), but my nephew is amazingly badass. I don't care about things like driving the nicest car, but I work for a high end luxury automotive company (I will tell you which one if you ask). I hate the usage of "lol" and similar terms (bff, ttyl, wtf, etc.), but I really do laugh out loud quite often. I really love hummus, but hate chick peas. I swear sometimes, but I'm very sweet. I'm somewhat sensitive, but not when it comes to my job. I'm a conundrum of sorts, but hey, it makes me different from every other girl you've met. Promise.
On the note of the DC area... I'm from the Midwest originally. I'm not looking for a guy who is arrogant or thinks they have the best, most successful, important career. Everyone here works hard, that's why you're here. Like you, I've worked hard to get where I'm at, but this isn't about how successful you are at work. This about trying to get to know someone you might jive with. So, let's skip that whole "my job is super important" conversation.