Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
Once upon a time, I was a simple nerd with a thing for obscure
words and space opera, but I've graduated to Geek Lady. When I'm
not engaging in a little anachronistic, gear covered costume
action, I happily join in geeky frivolity with my friends. Yes,
polyhedral dice are sometimes involved.
Though Steampunk is my particular geek culture, I dip my toes into
a wide variety of interests and activities. I've never been shy
about shaking my bustle on the dance floor or taking to the
microphone for karaoke madness. For an adventure out with friends,
I'm as likely to drag them off to a tiny local place for tea and
conversation as I am to plot a grand invasion for shenanigans in
I must admit that I am not only an extrovert but a people person. I
love conversation as much as sitting in a local cafe with a good
book enjoying the the crowd around me. I enjoy urban adventures and
local treasures as much as a weekend at a Comic Con. Some people
have occasionally accused me of being flamboyant, they are
understating the problem. If I can inspire a smile or laughter,
however, my flamboyance has done it's job.
What I’m doing with my life
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Currently, I have returned to university in order to complete one
degree and follow that with graduate school. I also volunteer with
a variety of Geek centric organizations, the primary one is an
active Steampunk social group. Steampunk is such a passion for me
that I recently started my own Steampunk costuming business.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
I have a knack for languages and a passion for costuming.
I love cooking for friends almost as much as working on costumes,
and I have had pretty good reviews.
Laughter is one of my particular skills. I totally bring it when it
comes to laughter.
I can pull together a well coordinated ensemble in 10
I'm a crack hand at silliness.
I can roll my r's.
I sing an awesome torch song. Even when I'm happy.
The first things people usually notice about me
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I'm a ginger. Outside of Scotland, the hair really stands out in a
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Help your potential matches find common interests.
I find these perpetually impossible to answer. I don't have
particular favorites when it comes to interests and pleasures. I'll
have occasional moods when one particular thing is the flavor of
I have what might be charitably called a book problem. I'm an avid
reader and am as likely to pick up Jane Austen as Neil Gaiman. If
it is well written and engaging, I'll love reading it and I'll
likely keep it around to read again.
Movies are much the same though I do love many of the classics...
and sports movies are a guilty pleasure. I'm generally out of the
loop with television programming, but I do enjoy Dr. Who rather a
lot and I'm one of those infamous Firefly fans.
I love music, everything about it. I started my academic career as
a music student, and music continues to be a large part of my life.
I listen to everything--from opera to rap--and I have never been
able to pick a favorite song, band or composer.
Food? I lived in Rome for a summer so I have a great passion for
Italian food. Could I eat pasta every day? Almost certainly if I
get to explore the many varieties of shape and sauce.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
A good hat, an engaging book, my hand sewing kit, my sense of
humor, my calendar, and the right shoes for the adventure
Essentials that most certainly are not things:
My dearest friends, my cats, and a good tea house where everybody
knows my name
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Tentacles wrapping around my skirts and glowing eyes in back:
Cthulhu creepy or ridiculous?
Does this bustle make my butt look big? I certainly hope so!
My song list for karaoke.
Just what secrets about undergarments I should share in my
Victorian Secrets panel.
The way a confident gentleman moves across the room. Not false
confidence but the kind that speaks to a deep down, sincere
Whether or not to invade mini-golf in full Steampunk regalia
Consonance and assonance and the sound of beautiful language
The way witty banter, repartee and well executed flirtation sends a
zing up my spine.
How to work golden tippy into a sentence. I yearn to turn tea into
That breathless moment when I lose my train of thought and forgot
momentarily how to speak in any language.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
These days, I like to spend my Friday nights out with friends
either at a Geek specific type event or at some fun local spot.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I'm terrified of spiders.
As a very small girl, I thought I had to eat red food to keep my
hair red. I still like red food.
I'm not a romantic but I appreciate romantic gestures.
I have driven across country several times with my 12 inch Godzilla
in the passenger seat.
You should message me if
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You love witty banter and love practicing the fine art of
flirtation. You understand why I might not let you touch my dice
but would encourage you to lead me on the dance floor. You would
enjoy openly geeking out about your passions as much as you would
hearing me wax rhapsodic about mine. The give and take of shared
laughter appeals to you. You know just the moment to place your
hand on the small of my back as we walk.
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