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Yay_New_Friends

27 Seattle, WA Woman

Woman

I’m looking for

  • Men
  • Ages 26–34
  • Near me
  • For long-term dating

My details

Last online
Today – 9:14am
Orientation
Straight
Ethnicity
White
Height
5′ 4″ (1.63m)
Body type
Curvy
Diet
Strictly anything
Smokes
No
Drinks
Socially
Drugs
Never
Religion
Atheism, and somewhat serious about it
Sign
Gemini, but it doesn’t matter
Education
Working on Ph.D program
Job
Science / Engineering
Income
Rather not say
Status
Single
Type
Mostly monogamous
Offspring
Doesn’t have kids, but might want them
Pets
Likes dogs and has cats
Speaks
English (Fluently), German (Poorly)

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My self-summary
Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
TL;DR:
I live an exciting, adventurous, silly, social, and healthy life. I'm pretty happy with it. I'm looking for someone like-minded/like-demeanored to do random acts of kindness, absurd acts of silliness, outdoor activities, intellectual discussions, and of course, cuddling, with.

If you want me to message you, click "like"/star, and if we mutually match.... I will. (it might take me a while though, sorry, I'll apologize for that upfront).

Now on to the profile...
Type of relationship I'm looking for
Despite the implications of my username, I'm more interested in finding a romantic relationship here than platonic friends. Ideally, I'm looking for an emotionally invested, long-term relationship. Basically, I'd like to find someone to spend lazy weekend mornings with. (sleeping in, brunch, cuddling, they're the best). Or, camping. We can go camping too.

Personality traits (Me):
Vibrant & exuberant, friendly, outgoing, extroverted, and welcoming but not loud. I dislike loud people.
Optimistic and Cheerful I am pretty much the embodiment of the word "happy"
Creative/Artistic
Competitive- I like challenges. Physical challenges, board game challenges, baking challenges. Any challenge! The weirder the better. (Mostly I compete with myself though, so no worries)
Adventurous/Outdoorsy
Lightly nerdy I'm on the not-so-nerdy end of the spectrum. Although that's relative to my friends and not to yours... so you might think I'm way nerdy. :p
Confident
Silly Have you seen my pictures?
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
TL;DR:
Much to the dismay of my boss, I have a great work/life balance. I do, however, have an absolutely terrible work/life/relaxation balance. I'm working on adding in this whole sleep thing to the schedule.

Long version:
Grad school: Regenerating the pancreas! (to cure diabetes). (I love having a job that is not only intellectually stimulating, but also allows me to directly contribute to helping people!) Want to learn more? Please check out my video! (it's understandable, I promise). Full disclosure: I sound like a 12 year old. (In case that link didn't work: https://www.thediabetesresearchconnection.org/project/can-we-repair-damaged-pancreas-creating-new-insulin-producing-cells)
Learning about entrepreneurship! I was starting a dating business, but it's on the backburner now. (I got an internship. That + grad school = no free time already. I'm pretty crazy, but can't do 3 jobs). In any case, I still really like the idea and it's always kind of on my mind. Someday I'll probably go back to it. Check out the Facebook page!https://www.facebook.com/accelerdate
Outdoor Adventuring!: Hiking, camping, picnics in Seattle parks
Playing board games (see below for list)
Creating artwork: Digital photography, painting, building a cat tree made from driftwood...
Decorating myself: Henna, facepaint, wacky hair, costumes... :)
Dancing Salsa, bachata, Kizomba, swing (not clubs)
Exercising: Training for the Big Climb in March. Want to do a marathon at some point this year, but not sure when I can fit the training in (summer is for camping!), I do other things too (weights, swimming, etc).
Baking: I like challenging baking projects
Learning some programming!
Traveling. I suppose I should put this in there too. Most states (yay, national parks) + 11 countries. So many more places to go!

Less frequent (but not less awesome!) activities:
Paragliding, White water rafting, White water kayaking, Flyboarding, Flying a plane, Glassblowing, Jetskiing, Zip lining, Skiing, and Snowmobiling.
The first things people usually notice about me
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
Different take on this one. I asked my friends what they would put in a guide to living with me/being friends with me and here's what they came up with (verbatim):
"I know it sounds weird, but just roll with it, and it will be awesome. That could be the entire guide."
• "As far as living with you, I am kind of drawing a blank because you are seriously the easiest person to live with."
• "You kind of perpetually exist in a state of running 10 minutes late, which takes some getting used to. I learned to roll with it, for the most part." sorry, that's entirely true. I do, however, text early to say that I'm running late
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
Warmth, friendship, feeling safe, relaxation, and oxytocin. = cuddling!

Okay, I should probably admit this. I think I'm a cuddle addict. Sometimes, when I'm not in a relationship, I cuddle with my friends or cuddle buddies. Unbelievably enough, it's pretty uncomplicated. We're just friends who happen to cuddle. Everyone needs comfort and cuddling sometimes! It's completely platonic though. We talk about the people we're dating to each other and hang out with mutual friends. It's great. Anyway, just wanted to put that out there. Also, if you read my profile and think "she seems cool, but I definitely don't want to date her", fantastic! Send me a message about cuddling and maybe we can work something out. :)
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
...dating It's so interesting!

Also... how awesome it would be to have a zipline from Capitol Hill to Ballard. Any ideas on how I can convince the authorities that this is a great plan?? This is my next business idea....
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
• I almost always pick locker #42 at the gym...

• I have recently decided that my "favorite food" is leftovers. They're just so convenient!

• I may or may not have been kicked off of OKC previously. (nothing bad, I promise)
You should message me if
Offer a few tips to help matches win you over.
TL;DR: Just click that "like" button/star. If we match, then let's talk

As a busy person, I understand that free time is valuable and online dating takes way too much of it. So, let's keep things simple.

Step 1: Check deal-breakers list.
(I try to avoid negativity on my profile, but these things are called deal-breakers for a reason. You don't need to address them, just read and acknowledge.). That said, I am both personally and professionally interested in YOUR deal-breakers. Please tell me what they are! These are mine:
Smoking
Getting drunk often (drinking is fine, I actually drink fairly often these days, just not in excess)
Very religious (I respect religion and religious people, but I'm definitely an atheist and it seems like strong differences in religion just cause relationship problems)
Regular drug use
Dislike of cats (I have one! If you're allergic, that should be okay though, my cat is hypoallergenic!)
Children from a previous relationship (I have kittens. That's my max level of commitment right now)
Living far from Seattle(No car for me! I live in capitol hill )
Disbelief in evolution, dislike of stem cell research, and/or PETA membership
Pessimism. I'm an eternal optimist and pessimists kind of rub me the wrong way.
Lack of ambition (Generally I use the doesn't have a college degree yet criteria to filter this, but that's not always entirely accurate.)
Passiveness: It took me a while to put my finger on this one, but basically, I'm looking for someone who's energetic, curious, driven, and passionate and it shows. If you're just kinda meh, that's not going to work. You have to keep up with my ridiculous energy.

Step 2: Click "like"/that golden star
The one thing Tinder has going for it, is you can only talk with people who like you. I've tried to convince OKC to do this as well, but they're just not listening. So, I try to implement this in my own use of the site. Occasionally I break down and message people I haven't matched with, but I try not to be hypocritical and wait to see if we mutually match. So click like!

Step 3: Profit! :p
Erm... I guess then we should message each other. I'm most interested in hearing these things from you:
• What are you most passionate about/what do you get really excited about doing/working on/ talking about? And why?
• What are you most excited to learn about/how to do? Why?
• What type(s) of relationship(s) are you looking for? What qualities are you looking for? What are your deal-breakers?
• How do you feel about putting yourself into ridiculous situations? (costumes, strangers, candy, Monty Python coconuts, etc)

Nerdy, and awesome, pick up lines are also appreciated. :)