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  • Ages 25-30
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Sep 1, 2013
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
Whoa. Who knew this questionnaire would get so threatening so fast?

I spend a lot of time maintaining social connections. Most of them, at any given moment, are long-distance. That's because I've lived in Ottawa and New York for long expanses of life, Mexico and Norway for shorter expanses, Washington DC is my hometown, and I've got people* everywhere.

* is this one of those occasions when "peeps" would be a better term?
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
using "I" statements, which is handy given the format of this questionnaire.

Adoring people.

Behavioral contagion. Not contagion. What's the word I'm looking for. Maybe it's contagion.

Travelling. Keeping on moving don't stopping.

Dancing, with or without a partner. I prefer with, but I can't lead. Oops that belongs in I'm really bad at. (Want to know what else belongs there? Being flip.)

Not giving away more than is strictly courteous.

Trying stuff.

The first things people usually notice about me
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
In person: I have been told that it's hard to tell at first if I'm joking or not. That's because usually I'm joking and not.

On paper: I write You with a capital letter.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Help your potential matches find common interests.
Let me tell You, my favourite punctuation has got to be the /. I need it so very often to express my inner conflicts. Ha. Other than that, I don't really like playing favourites.

I'm kind of obsessive about reading the New Yorker. I will say this about books, though. I'm wearied--WEARIED--by the apparent requisite of non-linearity as a plot device in contemporary fiction. For this reason, I find myself turning for relief to mystery novels, where typically one thing happens after another. Also, essays and short stories; that's what novels are made up of these days anyway.

When I was in college I'd go to the flicks several times a week; now I generally feel like it's too passive an activity. I'm more looking for someone to help me learn to rock-climb. However, I saw Le Scaphandre et le Papillon recently and did not at all consider it a waste of time. I also saw Nadine last year at the Warsaw Film Festival. It was good. I see most action flicks.

I like rhythmic music and inventive rhymes. But mostly when You see me bounding along in my headphones, I'm listening to people talking on the radio. I guess I'm sort of a novelty-seeker except when I'm feeling overstimulated. Then I (was going to say that I listen to old standbys like Stevie Wonder or the Police or, frankly, classical music, but really I) don't listen to anything except the kids on the playground outside and my new travel alarm clock ticking itself to eternity. Theorizing aside, I just did a sort of my iTunes library by play count and Patty Griffin came up twice in the top 5. Caution: I sing along. #6 is the song I do sit-ups to.

I like food if it's vegetarian. And coffee.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
It's not my cell phone, I'll tell You that. That was stolen a while ago and it took me more time than necessary to get a new SIM card. Probably this is due to my constant connection to the internet. So that'll be thing #1.

I am addicted to public radio. I experience withdrawal symptoms when deprived of public radio. And going for a run. And hearing the other side's arguments. Ha. This gets easier the longer the list. Every time I run out of dental floss I think that it belongs on this list, but then it turns out I can do without it, for days at a time. Am I running out of things? I want contact with my family and friends to be on the list. That's what #1 is for.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
whether it's superficial to judge potential partners by their resting heart rate.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
torn between going home, going for a beer with friends from work, going for dinner with friends from college, going for a swim, going out on the town to boogie, etc.
You should message me if
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You like being in the present. Or You can take me to the future.

You don't want to, to tell me why not! Hee hee hee!

We are 0% enemies and >0% friends and matches. I don't care what we agree on as long as we don't disagree on anything.

I should say, I'm kidding. I welcome all communications.