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28 Sacramento, CA Woman


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  • Ages 22–30
  • Near me
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My details

Last online
Jan 22, 2014
5′ 2″ (1.57m)
Body Type
Full figured
Virgo, and it’s fun to think about
Doesn’t want kids
Likes dogs and has cats
English (Fluently)
My self-summary
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Me? I guess I am about average in most things. I love dancing in the rain, would do anything to avoid California summers, and wished I lived somewhere I could watch the snow fall on a winter's day. If I have room in my library for books it is not for lack of effort, and I am likely to be writing when I am not reading. I am constantly listening to music, and I have a weak spot for foreign films.

OK, enough with the serious. Some important things to know are:

I am obsessed with Britain. I think the revolution was a travesty--if only because I don't get to be British and have an awesome accent (also actively ignoring the fact that nationality does not come with accents, no matter how cool that would be). I probably know more about British government/politics than I do about its American counterpart. (Why don't we get to have a Queen? I think it should be mandatory for Obama to parade around in funny hats!)

I am totally into football (I refuse to call it by the heathen name "soccer"). Someday I'll even scrounge enough money to afford a trip over to San Jose to actually watch a game, too.

I am wacky, centered, and non-reflective in mirrors.
What I’m doing with my life
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I write, I read, and since I just was recently dis-employed, I lurk around job-hunting websites for employment opportunities that allow me to ignore 9/10 of humanity. It is, as are most things in my life, a work in progress.

I am also currently in negotiations with a cross-roads demon so I finally have those last few inches of height I was cheated out of by genetics, but lets keep that between us.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
I am good at writing. I think. The jury is still out on the whole issue. And while I enjoy singing, drawing, and various other creative endeavors, I don't think they are generally fit for public consumption.

Other than that: alphabetizing my books, cooking, cleaning (it's what i do when i am bored), making plans to redecorate my room which i never have the money for, avoiding sunlight (I'm part vampire), losing my glasses, having arguments with my friends as to who is the better Doctor (it is Tennant), putting puzzles together.
The first things people usually notice about me
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I guess, if I had to say the first thing people notice is that I am really quick to laugh at the most random things. Also have been told my laugh in contagious, and I'm allowing myself to believe that is a good thing and not someone hinting that I am the giggling equivalent to the bubonic plague. I think my mind makes really weird connections, and sometimes I forget that other people's minds don't work that way. I guess insanity had to be good for something.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Books: Jim Butcher's Dresden series is one of my favorite. I also like Mercedes Lackey, Andre Norton, Anne McCaffrey, Tolkien, and pretty much anything with dragons in it. I like a lot of fantasy type books, but I also love the classics (though I generally lean toward late 19th/early 20th century English Literature since it tends to make me look smarter than I really am).

Movies (the short list is as follows): Kate & Leopold, Jurassic Park, When Harry Met Sally, Star Wars (the originals not the sucky new ones), City Slickers, Dead Poet Society, The LoTR Trilogy, Pride & Prejudice, Monty Python and the Holy Grail, The Life of Brian. Other than that, I have no real problems with most movies as long as they are not horror or really raunchy.

Tv: Eureka, Lie to Me, In Plain Sight, NCIS, and Supernatural are just a few of my favorite American shows. BBC shows: Mock the Week, Have I Got News For You, QI, Argumental, Doc Martin, Kingdom, A Bit of Fry & Laurie (hilarious), Would I Lie to You, Coupling, Torchwood, Sherlock...and the ever important Doctor Who.

Music: Tim Minchin, Freelance Whales, Quarterfly, Flogging Molly, Ke$ha, Cage the Elephant, Sara Bareilles, Jason Mraz, and a whole lot of show tunes. Mostly I like anything with a good beat to it (I like to dance--even though my family is continually begging me to stop doing it while in public places). If it has a good beat and a few catchy lyrics, I am most likely going to like it. I am not into a lot of screaming in my music (OK in moderation, but not something that I want for five minutes straight), and while I can take occasional rap music, it has never been a favorite.

Food: Corned-beef and cabbage. I live for St. Patrick's day. (Irish by blood--granted a very old, deported version, but still). Other than that I love Italian, Chinese, Sushi (oh, i love sushi), not a big fan of Mexican food though (since I live in California, this is just plain weird, I know). I do have a hard rule though not to rule out any food without tasting it first--sometimes I have to go with the ignorance is bliss view to that food though.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
My computer.
My family.
My Kindle
The smell of an incoming rainstorm.
Ham and olive pizza.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Whatever I am currently reading or writing. How I am going to support my Kindle addiction. Can I justify buying a new outfit. And at night, before I fall asleep, I think about whether I made the right choices for my future--then I decide that, yes, a new pair of shoes it just what i need to help me face that future.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Truthfully? Home, wrapped in covers and writing away on my computer or buried deep in some story on my kindle. Pathetic? Geeky? Anti-social and possibly a sign of severe people-issues? Probably.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I am clinically addicted to shiny objects. I have been known to walk off in the middle of sentences just because I have....
You should message me if
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You have gotten this far without running away or cringing in embarrassment. You are just bored out of your mind and need something to do to fill that time between tumblr loading and checking your email. =) Or if you just find me interesting and want to chat for a while. I promise I'll write an very amusing e-mail.