I guess I'll start with the fact that I can be very unconventional, and I am unapologetic about that. I have just as many gay friends as I do straight friends, and that makes me extremely liberal minded when it comes to social norms. Sometimes I like to carry things on my head, it's just comfortable. My family and I will have conversations across the house entirely in meows, and it was so prevalent that my friends and I do it too. I know it will come in handy one day. If I'm ever kidnapped by an evil overlord, or ever suspect that my friend has been replaced by an evil doppleganger, I can tell if it's them by how they meow back. I'm planning for the future, silly :P I totally geek out over Godzilla, Doctor Who, anything Joss Whedon, Ridley Scott, or recently Gareth Edwards. I could literally write paragraphs just about how I am so excited for the new Godzilla film, and that I will probably spend the whole movie on the edge of my seat babbling nonsense to my friend who went with me to humor me. Unless you are also a Godzilla fan, then we can babble nonsense to each other. We should totally do that.
I grew up barefoot in a cornfield, and I am proud of it! I can honestly say that I have dodged combines in a field. Some of my fondest childhood memories involve climbing trees and playing in haylofts, but I enjoy the city just as well as the country. What makes a place home to me is the people there, not the surroundings.
Right now I'm a college student, I wish I could be more specific about that, but my plans are transient things with minds of their own. I work two jobs, about 30 hours a week, so I'm pretty busy. I'm starting to think life in the fast lane might be the thing for me. I love meeting new people and trying new things, so bring it on.