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25 F Geelong, Australia

My Details

Last Online
Jul 28, 2009
5′ 4″ (1.62m)
Body Type
Christianity, but not too serious about it
Leo, and it’s fun to think about
Working on university
Less than $20,000
Relationship Status
Seeing Someone
Relationship Type
Has dogs and likes cats
English (Fluently), Japanese (Poorly)

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My self-summary
I'm feeling as though I probably shouldn't be skulking around this supposed dating site... the truth is, I took a wrong turn at a movie forum, one link lead to another and here I am. Ah well, who knows; this could be fate! So here goes...

'Summary'? Oh, that's rich. Well, suffice it to say that what I am is a delightful bundle of mildly contradictory terms: private yet honest, clever yet illogical, timid yet brazen, male yet fema--ah scratch that last one. But seriously, rather than recite the entire Funk & Wagnalls (and I was SO hoping I'd get to work that one into a sentence today), let me just say that I'm merely a lass with a severe case of small-town disease, who can't help but wax poetic about how I can, someday, change the world-- one internet stranger at a time.

I am pensive, quixotic, and Boosh
What I’m doing with my life
Bugger all. Apart from that, a Bachelor of Psychology at uni. You know, just to fill in the time. I've deferred for 2008, and have just been through Italy, Spain, France and Ireland. It's been seven weeks of serenity/madness, and it has been extremely hard to return home to my joke of a job (although it is nice not to have to walk several kilometers for a computer, only to have to fight my way through several desperate backpackers hell-bent on getting their time on MyFace or SpaceBook or whatever the kids are into nowadays).

I also sing, dance and participate in musicals. Unfortunately, whatever the play, I am usually cast as a prostitute.
I’m really good at
Writing charming things in birthday cards. Empathising. Remembering lyrics. Breathing life into a dead conversation. Being patient. Horrible puns. Finding my way around big cities. Bringing things together at the last minute. Singing (motown/jazz). Making pancakes. Appearing completely lucid when completely intoxicated. Meeting the parents. Taking the piss; overusing Australian colloquialisms. Impersonating Stewie Griffin?

As a rather gratuitous tidbit... I'm also a champion at beer pong.
The first things people usually notice about me
Oh, how I loathe first impressions.

Unprovoked bitterness aside, it's in my nature to make time for anyone. Ergo, I suppose it would be my general niceness that would make for the attention-grabbing attribute. That said, I should now say that I am inescapably quite an awkward individual, mainly because I'm so unsure of how to define myself. Ironically, sites like this hey, maybe that's it: I'm a masochist!
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
It (Stephen King), The Hobbit (JRR Tolkien), The Turning (Tim Winton), The Da Vinci Code (Dan Brown), The Angel of Darkness (Caleb Carr), Dracula (Bram Stoker), The Zombie Survival Guide (Max Brooks). Yes, I'm afraid zombies interest me greatly. Generation '(wh)y' indeed...

The Shining, Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, Stand By Me, Edward Scissorhands, LotR: Two Towers, Oliver!, A Clockwork Orange, Silence of the Lambs, Fargo, Reservior Dogs, V for Vendetta, Psycho, Good Morning Vietnam, Moulin Rouge!, Casablanca, Dawn of the Dead ('78), The Prestige, Taxi Driver, P.S I Love You, Short Eyes.

Flight of the Conchords, U2, Queen, Fleet Foxes, Bloc Party, Damien Rice, Mystery Jets, Otis Redding, Jose Gonzalez, Live, Portishead, Silverchair, Thirsty Merc, Will Hoge, The Pogues, Paolo Nutini, Missy Higgins, The Killers, Annie Lennox, Tears For Fears, Daft Punk, Massive Attack, The Temptations, Citizen Cope, Elvis, Powderfinger, Elton John... I've recently discovered Kings of Leon, and blessed pig, they're good.

Sun-dried tomatoes, lasagne, Tasty Jacks, salada+cheese+tomato+pepper, zucchini, pumpkin scones, kuchen, paella, nutella crepes. I've also been known to make meals out of finger food.
The six things I could never do without
Not counting the bleeding obvious: camping (and the wilderness in general), long drives & accompanying soundtrack (usually U2 Greatest Hits),, strange people, hyperlate nights, punch-lines.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
the future

the past

'God is in the urge to laugh'

Have I been asleep all this time?

What that person over there is thinking, where he's going, if I'll ever see him again... yes, I think about people alot.
On a typical Friday night I am
probably at someone else's house, willing life to give us something exciting to do. We usually settle on pool, and then perhaps a drive to nowhere. I can remember a time when Friday nights on the town were 'in', but now it seems the Bay City Rollers had it right all along.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
In my first week of uni, it was inevitable that I'd get lost and turn up to the wrong lecture. However, rather than admit my directional failure and leave, I chose to save face, and stay for the entire thing. I now know how to advertise for, hire and train the perfect team of people to staff my dream hotel.

Yyyeah it was 55 minutes I'll never get back.
I’m looking for
  • Guys who like girls
  • Ages 19–36
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends
You should message me if
you're willing to wade through a helluva lot of smalltalk; casual swearing rolls off you like water on a duck's back; you're ok with jumping from aforementioned smalltalk to very personal and serious topics, and back again, as per my every female whim; you wish to share some stories; you have some wonderful music recommendations; you're hilarious