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WaxingVerbose

26 Concord, NC Woman

Woman

I’m looking for

  • All who like bi women
  • Ages 18–32
  • Located anywhere
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating

My Details

Last Online
Nov 7
Orientation
Bisexual
Ethnicity
White
Height
5′ 6″ (1.68m)
Body Type
Overweight
Diet
Anything
Smokes
No
Drinks
Not at all
Drugs
Never
Religion
Agnosticism, and somewhat serious about it
Sign
Scorpio, but it doesn’t matter
Education
Working on university
Job
Other
Income
Relationship Status
Single
Relationship Type
Offspring
Doesn’t have kids
Pets
Has dogs and likes cats
Speaks
English (Fluently), German (Poorly)

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My self-summary
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I'm a nerdy, introverted, dog-loving writer. I should really spend more time writing and teaching the dogs how to do back-stalls and drop-on-recalls. Instead: internet.

Did I mention dogs yet? Dogs. Dogs dogs dogs. I spend a lot of time with dogs. Dog training is kind of my thing. Plus my dogs (I have three) are pretty much the coolest thing in the universe. Training with my dogs is one of my greatest joys in life, and also something that I geek out over a lot. You don't need to have dogs of your own, but people who don't like pets would probably consider my house a special sort of torture. Because dogs.

I am fascinated by geek culture, but I seem to enjoy it vicariously more than directly. I like to spend time with people who are really involved in geek culture and I like to spend time on the periphery of fandom, but rarely feel comfortable actually partaking of the nerdery. That said, I play a handful of truly terrible video games that you've never heard of (yes, they're really that bad, and no, you've really never heard of them), and I can geek out about Doctor Who or Dragonriders of Pern with the best of them. I've also intermittently played a dog show simulation game for the past decade and show no signs of stopping.

My house flooded a few months back and I am currently living in a garage. I have chosen to view this as an ~adventure~ instead of a massive inconvenience. I had better be getting some serious experience points for this.

I am a proud creature, but I have a healthy dose of flailing idiot running around in my head, too. I don't like being trapped in any single worldview, be it silly or serious, masculine or feminine, old or young, hatefully misanthropic or irrepressibly idealistic.
What I’m doing with my life
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In theory, I am writing. In reality, I am pressing refresh on some meaningless corner of the web. And most of the time, I am at least somewhat capable of feeling guilty about that.

Lately, I'm working on a dog training blog. Because obviously my life needed more dogs.

At any given point, I am teaching myself a new craft. Learning a new skill is one of my coping methods, so I'm competent at a lot of different crafts (and good at virtually none of them). As of September 2014, my latest craft skills are quilting, applique and rag rug weaving. After I finish my current commissions for customers, I'd like to make myself a Doctor Who quilt.

Right now, my big focus is on training Indi, my service dog in training. He's only five months old as of September and won't be fully trained until around two years, so we have a ways to go, but I have high hopes for this pup.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Writing, dog training and leaning new things are my favorite ways to entertain myself.

I'm really good at lateral thinking and really bad at having common sense.

Canine body language is typically easier for me to read than human body language.

I can spout random trivia with the best of them.

I am a clicker-training evangelist and I am probably judging you by your dog's food.

I'm astoundingly talented at picking up a new hobby or craft, deciding it's Absolutely My Goal In Life For Realz This Time, obsessing over it for several days and abruptly losing interest. Learning new crafts is fun. Getting good at crafts I already understand is tedious. So I can knit, crochet, sew, quilt, embroider, applique, sculpt, paint, sketch, build, knot, all to an acceptable level of competence, but I'm not especially GOOD at any of them.

I am a champion at having panic attacks over things which should not be panic-inducing.
The first things people usually notice about me
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If I'm out with my dogs, people notice Coda, Haven and Indi long before they notice me. But this is acceptable because my dogs are fascinating and totally deserve the lion's share of the attention.

I talk about dogs a lot.

Ignoring the obvious physical features, people notice the dissonance in my maturity level pretty quickly. Upon first meeting, I usually present myself as a goofy, spontaneous child, but I'm told that it rapidly becomes clear that this impishness is by choice rather than by nature.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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General Books Preferences: When I'm reading a book, I want to crawl inside someone else's head and feel everything they feel, as sharply as I'm able to feel it. If I don't feel like I've been through an emotional cheese-grater after I finish a book, it probably wasn't a very good read.

Favorite fiction authors: Robin Hobb, Patrick Rothfuss, Anne McCaffrey (because I grew up in the Dragonriders of Pern fandom), Brandon Sanderson, John Scalzi, George R. R. Martin, Marion Zimmer Bradley, Sherwood Smith.

Favorite non-fiction authors: John Scalzi's blog, Coyne and Knutzen of Root Simple, Chris Baty (No Plot? No Problem!).

Favorite dog-related authors: Karen Pryor, Kathy Sdao, Patricia McConnell, Jean Donaldson (although I used to hate her), Debbie Jacobs, Laura VanArendonk Baugh.

Television: Doctor Who. I lived under a cultural rock until about five years ago, so I'm struggling to catch up on TV shows and movies that everyone else takes for granted. If I seem more than slightly culturally ignorant, be patient. Other shows I enjoy: The IT Crowd, Sherlock, Superfetch, Bokurano, Once Upon A Time, Heroes, Alphas, Fringe, Battlestar Galactica, Code Geass, It's Me Or The Dog, Star Trek: The Next Generation (I am going to marry Jean-Luc Picard and/or Sir Patrick Stewart. It's going to happen).

Movies: I don't really watch movies. Anything I can rent from TawzerDog, The Invisible, Dr. Horrible's Singalong Blog, Crash, Repo: The Genetic Opera, Perfume: The Story of a Murderer, Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron, The Fox and the Hound, generally anything that makes me cry.

Music: Vertical Horizon, symphonic metal, folk metal, 80's music, industrial.

Nerd Preferences:
10th Doctor, Rory/River/Amy, Jaime Lannister, Ravenclaw, Picard, archer class/ranged-weaponry class, dragons, shapeshifters, hellhounds, time travel, telepathic animals/bond-creatures/familiars, fantasy stories that involve a military academy.

Dog-Nerd Preferences:
Herding breeds, shelties, double merles/deaf dogs, clicker training/force-free training, Emily Larlham/Kikopup, Karen Pryor, Kathy Sdao, Susan Garrett, Patricia McConnell. Looking for like-minded dog trainers in the area -- I have a serious shortage of trainer friends. I can offer a decoy dog or person for positively trained reactivity work or a training buddy. Would especially love to meet any other local SD handlers and dog sports people.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
1) Writing/reading/communication.
2) My dogs/dogs in general
3) The internet.
4) Moral questions to chew on
5) Doctor Who.
6) Introspection.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
I've spent more time hammering out my moral code than most people I know. I'm not personally religious, so I don't have some external guide that I can point to and say "This is what morality looks like." I've spent a lot of time worrying about what I consider right and how that interacts with the world on a day-to-day basis. I chew on the conflict between loyalty and duty a lot, and how anxiety/fear seems to be the antithesis of morality.

I question the function and validity of systems a lot. I like to make things more efficient and build patterns and connect things.

And obviously I spend a huge amount of time thinking about dogs. Writing training plans, analyzing behavior, talking about learning theory, planning cool tricks to teach in the future.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
On a typical Friday night, I'm sitting at home with my dogs. I check the various pieces of my internet presence: email, Facebook, OkCupid, the blogs, whatever. I'm usually listening to an audiobook while I poke around the internet, or maybe casually knitting something while I listen to a podcast. If it's still light outside, I'll try to play frisbee with my dogs for a little while. If not, we'll play fetch around the house. If I still have enough energy left, I'll write a bit on my current novel before giving up on it for the millionth time and trying in vain to find some other career path.

In short, my typical Friday night is exactly like my typical every-other-night, and it involves me being home, entertaining myself quietly.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I almost drove off the road once because I saw a large blue box in a field and thought it was the Tardis. Reality: Portajohn.
You should message me if
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You should message me if you have a lot to say and no one to say it to.

You should message me if you want to talk about dogs, writing, reading, Doctor Who, Dragonriders of Pern or any flavor of nerdiness that you find appealing.

I love to learn, and it would be totally appropriate to give me a lecture about something you find fascinating. It would be okay to launch into a completely random lecture with no preliminary introduction -- if you're passionate about it, I'll manage to keep up my end of the conversation. I also love to ask and answer abstract questions, so questions like "What is your general impression of Tuesday?" would also be acceptable content for a first-contact message.

You should message me if writing a letter to another living person would make you feel less bored and alone, because goodness knows there's enough boredom and loneliness in this world without anyone willingly compounding it.

You should message me if you are willing to teach me about aquaculture.

You should message me if you are a force-free dog trainer and want a training-buddy, or if you would like to learn more about dog training.