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21 / F / Bisexual / Seeing Someone
- Last Online
- Today – 10:58am
- 5′ 4″ (1.63m).
- Body Type
- Strictly other
- Atheism and laughing about it
- Aquarius and it’s fun to think about
- Dropped out of college/university
- Sales / Marketing / Biz Dev
- Less than $20,000
- Doesn’t have kids, and doesn’t want any
- Likes dogs and has cats
- English (Fluently), Yiddish (Poorly), French (Poorly)
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Nothing is original. Steal from anywhere that resonates with inspiration or fuels your imagination. Devour old films, new films, music, books, paintings, photographs, poems, dreams, random conversations, architecture, bridges, street signs, trees, clouds, bodies of water, light, and shadows. Select only things to steal from that speak directly to your soul. If you do this, your work (and theft) will be authentic. Authenticity is invaluable; originality is non-existent. And don't bother concealing your thievery - celebrate it if you feel like it. In any case, always remember what Jean-Luc Godard said: "It's not where you take things from - it's where you take them to."
All Souls (MacDonald); Catcher in the Rye (Salinger); The Claiming of Sleeping Beauty (Rice/Roquelaure); Encyclopedia of Herbs (Cunningham); Modern Political Thought; Symposium (Plato); The Things They Carried (O'Brien); A Wrinkle in Time (L'Engle)
J.K. Rowling; Laurie Halse Anderson; Von Mises; Plato; Scott Cunningham; Bukowski; Neruda
Movies and Televison:
I'm kind of a movie whore in that I can enjoy pretty much any movie as long as it's not action for the sake of action, or gore for the sake of gore, or gaudily "artistic" just for the sake of shock value. I'm much more selective with TV shows because they require more investment. I particularly like film and television with a certain spirit behind it lent by an innovative mind, eye, or hand - Miyazaki films, much of Tim Burton's older work, Ken Burns documentaries. Any film by Adrian Lyne, select ones by Wes Anderson. Joss Whedon is my personal savior (though admittedly? Dr. Horrible and Cabin in the Woods both left something to be desired - and I didn't and don't intend to see Avengers). I can take or leave Tarantino, if I'm being perfectly honest. I prefer actors who visibly enjoy their work and invest in their characters (Kevin Spacey, Ryan Gosling, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Alexis Denisof). I also enjoy thought-provoking subject matter, dark humor, heavy-handed foreshadowing and symbolism, and pop culture references. Favorites include Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, Gilmore Girls, Cold Case, Parks and Recreation, guilty-pleasure-show Pretty Little Liars. I like Jeopardy. I'm not big on Adult Swim. I hate Scarlett Johannson.
Because you're probably only really interested in the music that you like too. If you look through a section and see some artists you love and some you've never heard of, you may be pleasantly surprised by checking out the unfamiliar ones. (Please message me if you want other suggestions or have any for me, too!)
African (Blues/Traditional): Bongo Love; Comrade Fatso and Chabvondoka; Outspoken and the Essence; Ali Farka Touré
Ambient/Soft Rock: Elliott Smith; Cake; Radiohead; The Cranberries; Dave Matthews Band; Extreme; The Hush Sound; Imogen Heap; Jason Mraz; Keane; Matt Nathanson
Blues/Jazz: Benny Goodman; Billie Holiday; Boswell Sisters; Count Basie; Etta James; Jane Monheit, Johnny Mathis; June Christy; Lena Horne; Michael Bublé; Nat King Cole; Peggy Lee; Ray Charles; Sarah Vaughan; Frank Sinatra; John Mayer Trio
Classic Blues/Rock: Bob Dylan; Boston; David Bowie; The Cars; The Cure; Eric Clapton; Heart; John Lennon; Nick Drake; Stevie Ray Vaughan; Zeppelin; Pixies
Classical/Symphonic: Carter Burwell; Charles Camille Saint-Saëns; Claude Debussy; Dustin O'Halloran; Erik Satie; Gustav Mahler; Nightwish; Taliesin Orchestra; Trans-Siberian Orchestra; Yiruma
Country: Allison Krauss; Dixie Chicks; Gillian Welch; Lyle Lovett
Disco: Earth, Wind, and Fire; KC and the Sunshine Band; Kool and the Gang; A Taste of Honey; The Whispers
Electronic: Passion Pit; Infected Mushroom; Pretty Lights; Bassnectar; Mimosa; Super Mash Bros.
Gospel: Hezekiah Walker; Kirk Franklin; Kurt Carr; Mary Mary; Tye Tribbett & G.A.
Hip-Hop/Rap: A Tribe Called Quest; Lil' Wayne; Immortal Technique; Afroman; Black Ice; Eminem; Mos Def; Movits!; Nujabes; Steven Coleman; Kanye West ca. Graduation; Kid Cudi; 2pac; Atmosphere; Q-Tip
Indian: Shreya Ghosal; A.R. Rahman; Sonu Nigam
Indie/Alternative: The Shins; The Smiths; The Magnetic Fields; The Kooks; Death Cab; Phoenix
Industrial: Corvus Corax; Faun; Wumpscut
Irish/Gaelic (Traditional): Chloë Agnew; Fiona Joycel; Karen Matheson; Máire Brennan; Mairead Nesbitt; Meav Ni Mhaolchatha; Nancy McCallion
J-Pop/K-Pop: Fairy Fore; Kana Ueda; Kiss; Rie Fu; Shocking Lemon; Utada Hikaru
Grunge/Metal/Hard Rock: Alice in Chains; Apocalyptica; Disturbed; Evanescence; NIN; Nirvana; Puscifer; Rage Against The Machine; KISS; Smashing Pumpkins
R&B: Al Green; Amy Winehouse; Anita Suhanin; Beyoncé; Bonnie McKee; Christina Aguilera; India.Arie; Jackson 5; Jill Scott; John Legend; John Mayer; Jojo; Katani Sumner; Marvin Gaye; Mario; Ne-Yo; Otis Redding; Prince; Ray LaMontagne; The Supremes; Timex Social Club
Other: 311; Damien Rice; Eisley; Flyleaf; Iron & Wine; Kate Bush; Leonard Cohen; Morgan Kibby and the Romanovs; Nelly Furtado; Newton Faulkner; Norah Jones; The Raveonettes; Regina Spektor; Thom Yorke; Tom Waits
Everybody Else Is Doing It So Why Can't We (The Cranberries); Fashion Nugget (Cake); Folklore (Nelly Furtado); Begin To Hope (Regina Spektor); Where The Light Is: Live In L.A. (John Mayer); Cozza Frenzy (Bassnectar); Wincing The Night Away (The Shins); Five Leaves Left (Nick Drake); Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds; How to Save a Life (The Fray)
Quickly seared red meat, slow-cooked white meat, most cheese (mainly La Tur / Bucheron / St. Marcellin types), pecans, almonds, raspberries, organic strawberries, lemons, mangoes, spinach, broccoli, sweet potatoes, veggie burgers, grain mustard, almond butter, real chocolate, salmon, mushrooms, thai iced tea, mango lassi, lots of water, hot tea.
Other things, on occasion.
some of my awkward, unadorable quirks include:
talking about myself too much, telling really drawn out stories, occasionally obnoxious laughter, acting shy and withdrawn and possibly totally uninterested if I'm attracted to you, having an opinion about everything, laughing at my own jokes, constantly forcing you to look at this thing I found on the internet, talking about tumblr a lot, referring to dissident/radical/unorthodox politics and "impolite" conversation topics, stuttering when excited, frequently being late (but I am getting better about this), panic attacks and general anxiety
adorable quirks include:
staring at people and complimenting them adoringly, excessive swearing, making up words, combining existing words and swears to make fun new words and swears, this little noise I make when I trip that everyone loves (?), singing/making up songs while completing mindless tasks
- Ages 18–99
- Located anywhere
- Who are single
- For new friends
or you are a sharp, unapologetic, sinewy-armed, loosely fashionable, slightly bookish, free-thinking, stereotype-disregarding, sexually confident wordsmithy angel sui generis who wants to get lost with me.
or if you're Ben Wyatt, Jess Mariano, Spike, Ryan Gosling, or post-suit Wesley Wyndam-Pryce.
and if you are willing to dance with me to this and this.