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23 M Pittsburgh, PA

My Details

Last Online
Today – 4:09am
5′ 11″ (1.80m)
Body Type
Mostly anything
Catholicism, and laughing about it
Gemini, but it doesn’t matter
Graduated from university
Science / Engineering
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Doesn’t want kids
English (Fluently), French (Poorly)

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My self-summary
I make maps! I've also done everything from interning on Capitol Hill to research on the West Nile Virus to 3AM Taco Bell runs and Mario Party drinking games. I'm always looking ahead for the Next Big Thing, too. If you have any ideas, send them in and you might get featured in the newsletter!
What I’m doing with my life
My degree is in Geography (go figure), but I'm always trying to figure out where to go and how to get there. I use two GPSs to navigate in a car though. Recently I've been getting into blowing glass -- hopefully as a lifelong hobby -- and other crazy stuff, like learning to cook from Julia Child's cookbook, going swing dancing (once and I was awful at it), and getting hooked on phonics!

Outside of work, I'm getting established in Pittsburgh. It's my first big move other than as a student at Penn State, so it's awesome learning a whole sort-of-new part of the country.
I’m really good at
-Remembering where conversations left off
-Graphic/interior design, occasionally fashion
-Making cocktails from whatever's in the nearest refrigerator
-Political discussion and gratuitous amounts of name-dropping
-Turning the sound off and talking for the people on TV
-Bad metaphors and analogies
-Laughing at them anyway
-Ending stories with '...and now we're here!'
-Gettin' all existential in gift shops
The first things people usually notice about me
My glasses are also pretty noticeable, except I only wear them, like, a third of the time. I also like rocking sunglasses, too, so maybe those?

I've also got a pseudo-combover-spiky-hair-mess-thing, which is a huge upgrade from the straight-part-and-combover I'd put together every single day for most of my childhood. Woke up one morning and it was like my style skipped ahead five decades.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: I love cyberpunk fiction. Snow Crash is one of my favorite books of the last few years. Neil DeGrasse Tyson's "One Universe" got me hooked on science-y stuff in my youth. I can also be found on the beach reading James Patterson or John Grisham. I'm also a huge typography nerd, so House of Leaves has been one of my favorite reads of the past few years. These aren't books, but I really enjoy long-form pieces on sites like NPR, Post/NYT, and The New Yorker.

Movies: Star Wars is a must. The Matrix, The Minority Report, the Bourne Trilogy, or the occasional Bond are also fun. I also enjoy interesting documentaries, feel-good movies (The Artist, The Polar Express, Eternal Sunshine), or post-modern-fourth-wall-breakers (a la The Truman Show or The Adjustment Bureau).

Shows: I'll simply list them -- they're the usual gamut of the young twenty-something: Rick and Morty, The Eric Andre Show, Arrested Development, The Regular Show, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Trailer Park Boys, Archer, Mad Men, Sons of Anarchy, etc,. The Wire is my favorite show of all time, but I haven't seen it since the end of high school. I've also seen every episode of Cowboy Bebop. I'm also a huge fan of Game Grumps, a wildly inappropriate video game webshow thing.

Music: Favorite category. It's hard not to put the word 'everything' here in bold, probably because there's no button for bold fonts. Here's a very-/very/- short list: Goldfrapp, Mazzy Star, Coldplay, Harvey Danger, Dave Matthews, Royksopp, Caravan Palace, The XX, Belleruche, Spoon, Zero 7, Jamiroquai, Santana, Michael Jackson, and Pearl Jam. I more curate than collect music; it's common for me to have one song from a group committed to memory and have never heard of any other songs by them. I'm also a huge fan of Drum and Bass, but for brevity and boredom's sake let's talk about

Food: No olives, no shrimp, no honey-glazed ham, no soy sauce, no brains, livers, kidneys, eyeballs, or toenails. Salad is okay.
The six things I could never do without
-Temperature controls
-Cloudy-but-not-rainy-or-windy-or-cold days
-60% Gray
-Item #6
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Morality, meaning, how things work, and 'really, how old is 23 in the grand scheme of things?'

I do a lot of thinking about a lot of things. Ask me what I'm thinking about!
On a typical Friday night I am
-Pretending I like beer and running ever-sloppier cost-benefits on cocktail specials
-Playing video games or learning about whatever jumps to mind, like how high-speed cameras work or how they make jell-o
-Passing out at 2 in the morning, preparing to decide between them again on Saturday night
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I have a too-small cheese grater with a red owl on it that I can't bring myself to replace because my aunt and uncle gave it to me for Christmas.

Also, I occasionally get completely terrified of the dark for no reason. Like, hiding-under-the-covers terrified.
I’m looking for
  • Straight girls only
  • Ages 21–26
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For short-term dating
You should message me if
-You think my question explanations are at all entertaining
-You have a favorite month and it's July
-You feel strongly about dangling modifiers (see above)
-You enjoy interesting cheeses
-You want to ask me stuff about things

[If you'd just like to be friends and have a few drinks and sit around the fountain in Point State Park (or whatever else is fun to do in Pittsburgh), that would be awesome -- just say so from the get-go.]