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Turumarth

25 M Kingston, Ontario, CA

My Details

Last Online
May 28
Orientation
Straight
Ethnicity
White
Height
5′ 11″ (1.81m)
Body Type
Average
Diet
Strictly anything
Smokes
No
Drinks
Not at all
Drugs
Never
Religion
Atheism, and laughing about it
Sign
Taurus, and it’s fun to think about
Education
Working on university
Job
Art / Music / Writing
Income
Relationship Status
Single
Relationship Type
Offspring
Pets
Dislikes dogs and likes cats
Speaks
English (Fluently), Ancient Greek (Poorly)

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My self-summary
Hmm, how to start. I'm an introvert with a penchant for zany humour (though this sometimes takes a while to show) and a fondness for books, who also believes that saying the phrase "rights and freedoms" is simply a repetition of the latter word, and, as the quote says, "The expression "individual rights" is a redundancy... ... But the expression "collective rights" is a contradiction in terms." Excessive noise gets on my nerves fairly quickly, as I value the ability to hear my thoughts. It's been pointed out to me that I find my thoughts distracting, from time to time, and that's probably true as well; I'm perfectly comfortable in silence.

People have told me I'm self-assured. The difference between this and calling me mildly arrogant is that the self-assured are actually good at what they do. But what does my bringing that up show?

I vaguely resemble some kind of amateur musician (I play trumpet and piano, though you probably don't want to hear me play the trumpet, ever). I've been in a few (highly) amateur 'theatre' performances. I play board games and tabletop RPGs socially (That, in contrast to the stereotype, is what they're for, after all!), and, on the other hand, am a CYA-certified sailing instructor (currently expired, alas) with a fondness for things out-of-doors as as I have for my computer; I've tried my hand at camping, canoeing, and, of course, rock-scrambling above and below ground.

And then there are the books. Yes, indeed.
What I’m doing with my life
I'm trying to finish off writing a book, right now. I did two years at the local university studying English literature, and am now taking some time off, with plans to get back to it in time.
I’m really good at
Learning new things, to start with. I have a random assortment of talents; I'm decent at baking, I can barbecue a good steak, I'm good at climbing trees, am excellent at losing myself in a book, am probably not quite as good at canoeing or sailing as I was when I spent more time on the water, and I'm a great listener and not much of a speaker. I consider myself fairly good at writing accents.
The first things people usually notice about me
I'm wearing sunglasses indoors...?

No, they'll return to transparency soon enough.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
When I say I couldn't do without books, I do mean it. I read a lot; primarily, it is fiction, with the odd (and I do mean odd!) bits and pieces of fact mixed in; I lean towards fantasy (I am a massive Tolkien geek, and can recite at least a few of the poems from the books; my username is another of Turin's many names. Not that I'm cursed, I assure you! The Wheel of Time series, David Eddings works, and... a bunch of other things are also high on my list), but science-fiction (even if it's mostly fantasy in disguise) and crime/mystery books are also frequent reads. In those categories, the names Robert Heinlein and Ellis Peters spring to mind. Perhaps I'm strange in that I read philosophers' novels for entertainment; however, it's hard to argue that those are... unique (Nietzsche was cracked, but in some ways hilarious!). Beyond that, Cyrano de Bergerac seldom fails to entertain me.

I don't really watch much television, though there are exceptions from time to time (I watched BSG and enjoyed much of it, saw a single episode of Firefly and plan to watch the rest eventually, and, if you didn't catch it, I rather enjoy the LotR movies). In the past I really only listened to 'classical' music (with a particular fondness for Chopin and Schubert, though including all from Bach to Scriabin); however, I later mixed a lot of traditional music in (although much of that was from the British Isles somewhere), and I've been broadening my horizons a little more recently. Rap, and forms of rock which consist primarily of loud and insensate drumming, are, like '5', right out.

I enjoy food. Really, so long as something doesn't carry health risks (i.e. raw meat), I'm probably willing to try it once. I enjoy spicy and strong-flavoured foods (possibly as a result of a reduced sense of smell making it harder for me to pick up on subtler tastes, but who knows?), and I've always been a big fan of seafood. And chocolate. What would we do without it?
The six things I could never do without
Books!
My glasses. I'm short-sighted and would never find my way anywhere without them. And transitioning lenses - it's never too bright anymore!
Computers
Food
Water (Lakes and rivers, or drinking water... who can say?)
I spend a lot of time thinking about
The last word of the question leading to the answer 'forty-two' isn't entirely accurate, but is a better one-word summary than anything else. Besides, it would be boring if I told people everything before I met them.
On a typical Friday night I am
I'm usually doing some tabletop gaming with a small group of friends.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Funny sort of question. If they're private, I'm not willing to admit them to strangers, and if I'm willing to admit them to strangers, I generally don't consider them private.

That said, heights give me vertigo. It's never kept me away from them, though.
I’m looking for
  • Girls who like guys
  • Ages 18–26
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating
You should message me if
If you feel like it! If you like the looks of my profile, after all, there's no harm in sending me a note, though in particular I'm hoping to meet someone intelligent with a quirky sense of humour and at least a few interests in common. There's more, it's true, but most of the rest are optional bits and pieces. So say hello!

However, I will warn you that I'm a bit obsessive over spelling and grammar. Sending me a note consisting of broken words or ignoring cases or syntax is likely to irritate me.

Also, if you recommended "The Name of the Wind" to me recently, apparently you no longer exist as an account so I can't respond. However, it's on my to-read list.