Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
You know those deep philosophical conversations people get into
when they're high? That's pretty much me, all the time, when I'm
I love to laugh, and it doesn't take much to make me laugh either,
as many people have pointed out. I love irony and puns. I watch the
Daily Show when I can and I love Jon Stewart for his quick wit and
intellect, but mostly for his puns.
I am very open and honest with how I feel. I am also very trusting
of others, being hurt in relationships has not changed that. My
past relationships have been a great experience for the most part,
so even the bad parts I have learned from and am still open and
trusting. I'm also trusting of complete strangers, I tend to see
the good in everyone.
Basically I want to save the world and enjoy others who will also
be world crusaders and enjoy discussion about life, love, and how
to make the world a better place.
What I’m doing with my life
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Just moved back to NY after spending 2 years in Iowa and 1 year in
Washington state working with AmeriCorps.
Trying to figure out my next steps. :)
I’m really good at
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photography, giving advice, listening, design, making people
re-examine their beliefs
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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books: by jonathan kozol, albert camus, george orwell
movies: eternal sunshine of the spotless mind, being john
malkovich, run lola run, batman begins, anything with the
tv: the daily show, the wire, the west wing, law and order:
radio: this american life and most shows on npr
music: dispatch, bob dylan, regina spektor, florence and the
machine, of monsters and men, edward sharpe and the magnetic zeros,
incubus, the black keys, cage the elephant, the lumineers
plus - jam bands, folk, cheesy 80's music; most notably journey,
way too much radio pop for my own good
food: eggs, chocolate, cheese, chinese food, barbecue sauce
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
my family and friends, my camera, my dog
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
the world, politics, the future
how things work, how things should work, how things could work
better, how we can make things work better
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I care too much about the percentage match on here.
Some notes about my "upkeep":
I cut my own hair. So if it looks stupid, please don't tell me,
either I already know and am anxiously waiting for it to grow out
and don't need to be self conscious about it, or I disagree that it
looks stupid and don't really care what you think about it.
I have varying amounts of body hair at any time, mostly because I
think societal norms are stupid, and partially because of laziness.
My armpits start to feel gross, so I'll shave them. Generally my
legs are unshaven, unless I feel fancy one day and will shave them
Also, I stopped wearing makeup. I feel a lot more comfortable in my
own skin because of these things, so if any of these are a problem
for you, we probably will not get along.
You should message me if
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You're motivated to change society.
You can/like to have long philosophical conversations/ones about
ways to better the world.
You're emotionally honest and open.
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