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  • Ages 28-37
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5' 10" (1.78m)
Body Type
Average build
Agnosticism but it’s not important
Doesn’t have kids
My self-summary
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I approach every day with a sense of wide-eyed wonder at the beauty and promise of the world. This is mostly because I don't remember yesterday very well until I've had a cup of coffee.

I work in Center City and live in Roxborough. The parking is plentiful, the rent is cheap and it's neat being so close to Valley Green. I am a recovering beer snob and occasional runner.

I lean pretty far to the left, and while I'm usually pretty quiet about it I will on rare occasions get frothingly mad about things like gerrymandering. I promise not to do it in mixed company or in front of your elderly relatives.

I grew up as an only child with two working parents. I have a half sister who is a little older, though I won't say exactly how much in case she ever sees this and kills me. She's produced an amazing nephew and two wonderful nieces and I just won't shut the hell up about them and the people they're growing up to be. Sorry, not sorry or words to that effect.
What I’m doing with my life
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I'm working for a consumer tech company in Center City. You may have seen our commercials on TV if you keep really odd hours.

I've been told that it's important to specify that I don't live in my family's basement. So, I totally have that going for me.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
I'd like to say self-deprecation, but I don't think I do it very well. I also apparently have a very soothing tone of voice, and I know at least three amusing stories.
The first things people usually notice about me
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I'm honestly not sure. I'll ask around. That won't creep anyone out or anything.

Update: I am told that people notice that I need to use "downy wrinkle release" and that I may be laughing at whomever I am talking to at the moment.

Second update: I am no longer asking people. I don't think that they have my best interests at heart.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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My kindle library is full stuff that didn't quite satisfy, but it's so hard to pass up self-published things for 99 cents even if you know they're going to be bad.

Currently reading: some Kindle collection of short stories

My local place makes something called chipotle chicken pizza. It doesn't sound like it should work, but oh man it does. I can also cook a mean cheese fondue and tell a charming story about how it became a family recipe, but goddamn that's a lot of work.

My iTunes library has a bunch of loud and angry music in it. If it sounds like somebody involved in the creative process desperately needs therapy, I'll probably enjoy it. I choose not to examine this statement too closely.

I used to think I had some taste in what I watched, but Netflix has ruined me. I found myself genuinely upset that they hadn't made a second season of The Finder or a third season of Life and I'm relatively sure this means I just like bad television.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
My family, my friends, something to read and a way to keep busy. That last one is vague enough to count for three, isn't it?

I think this is a pretty halfass answer, but I'm damned if I can really pin down 6 things I couldn't walk away from that aren't really big generalities.

I would get pretty salty if I didn't have my Brita filter pitcher, even though it's so old now that any benefits are almost certainly imaginary. That should maybe go under the 'thing I'm willing to admit' category, though.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
In an ideal world, what I'm about to say. Most of the time, though, it's that shit I just said.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I am banned for life from an amusement park in Ohio and I am a Browns fan living in exile here in Philly. There is no causative relationship between these two things.
You should message me if
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You won't judge me for making Hamburger Helper with ground turkey every now and then.

I tend to like smart, sharp, occasionally sarcastic brunettes. I'm also a terrible correspondent before I actually meet people.

Anyway, the worst thing that happens is we don't think each other's jokes are funny and somebody makes a polite excuse to leave after like half an hour then we go home and text our friends about how we're going to be single for ever and life is meaningless. Right?