SimeCat
35 Preston, Australia
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My self-summary
Interpreting the world in such a way that people say I'm funny haha AND funny peculiar.

Swimming is to sharks as thinking is to me. I don't have much to say unless you're on my wavelength.

Managing a diet without onions or garlic.
What I’m doing with my life
Lazing about. Working hard in short bursts.

Eating frozen raspberries and chocolate ice-cream for breakfast.

At uni trying to finish my "3-year" degree in biotech and... I don't know. My uni keeps shuffling the course structure so I've completed 1/3 of 2 different co-majors.

Trying to remember the name of the phenomenon of not being able to remember the name of a phenomenon.

When I have a job it's usually as a call centre drone in the city. But hey I just got a job as a data entry drone. No customers!

I read http://www.reddit.com/r/creepyPMs so you don't have to worry about any of that bullshit from me.
I’m really good at
Catching the dot. Killing the furry thing. Graciously accepting head and neck scratches. Behaving like a cat.

I figure stuff out pretty quickly.
The first things people usually notice about me
I have green eyes with a thick limbal ring.
My hair is very grey for someone my age. But it's really thick (I'm never going bald).
I smell of patchouli cos my ex-housemate got me addicted to a certain product from Lush.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
2001: A Space Odyssey, Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde, The Time Machine. Books, not movies.

Games: Been playing since my I was 2 on my Dad's x86 at work. I churn through them pretty quickly but there are some that I just keep coming back to like Skyrim or Just Cause 2.

Movies: My Dad owned a video shop and I studied film. I like Lars von Trier and Michael Bay. I like to discuss films, like something that comes to mind is Gareth Edwards Godzilla vs Guillermo del Toro's Pacific Rim and their respective careers originating as indie film makers.

Music: I enjoy a lot of music, but psytrance holds a special place in my heart. Other electronic styles do it for me, stuff that you'll hear at some day party in a park in Melbourne. I appreciate metal and rock but I'm not a huge follower. Not really a fan of music with lyrics that tell you how to feel.

TV: I don't really watch tv. I torrent stuff off the net so I'm up to date and have everything within 24 hours of where ever it screened first in the world. In the past that's been True Blood, Spartacus, Lost, X-Files, Millennium, Stargate, Weeds, Breaking Bad, Battlestar Galactica, Fringe, Game of Thrones, Walking Dead, Parks & Rec... I'm a picky watcher if I'm going to be investing hours and hours of my life in certain characters.
The six things I could never do without
FazBez cat
Hot chips with gravy
friends
backgammon set
sunglasses with big, black lenses
internet
I spend a lot of time thinking about
The way everything fits together. Over-thinking and over-rationalising situations.

The mess that the planet is in. But I think that instead of thinking "this is bad, that is bad" we should put more effort into saying, "this is the best way to fix this problem."
On a typical Friday night I am
Cooking food for the weekend, internetting, gaming, maybe going out to a gig. This is the part where people say they drink. I don't drink. It's a really sad fact but alcohol is not my friend. I can have a couple of drinks.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I have a necomimi and I am not a furry. I just like cats and technology.
You should message me if
Your name in Scrabble gives a high score.

You're a geek (of the science, gaming and movie variety) and up for getting to know me over a hot chocolate/coffee.

You identify as a crazy cat lady.

You like the cold but prefer it warm; the beach, parks and forests are places you like visiting.

You're a visual and tactile person.

You're interested in something casual but ongoing, be that conversation, backgammon or lunch. Something that will last a while, while we get to know each other. And then one day we realise that it's been going on for so long that it's actually a 'thing' now.
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