I hate describing myself. I can never seem to find that balance
between egotistical and banal self deprecation.
For the most part, I'm myself. I like new things, strangers, and
being right. I don't like brussel sprouts, bad drivers, or
obnoxious repetitive noises. I'm fiercely loyal to my close
friends, and I certainly wouldn't want to be on my bad side. I'm
fairly spontaneous, and I'll try anything once. I'm not afraid of
anything, I think for myself, and I can be stubborn as a mule. I'm
not sure what else to say about myself, but if there's anything you
want to know, there are very few question I won't answer.
I am slightly obnoxious, potentially bothered, and thoroughly
What I’m doing with my life
I graduated cosmetology school in March, and finally gave into the
need to get out of my safe zone, and uprooted myself from Santa
Cruz to move up to SF. What do I do here, you may ask. I live. I'm
basically just doing my thing, figuring life out, and having a
grand 'ole time doing it. I do what sounds good, when it sounds
fun, and keep myself open to whatever new opportunities come my
way. I constantly feel like I should be putting more effort into
being a productive member of society, but at the same time, it
somehow feels right at this point in my life to be taking things
slowly, and lazily meander my way through life until I figure out
"the big picture." [I have no idea what that means, but my mother
keeps telling me to look at it. I'm clearly missing something.]
I’m really good at
Fixing things [problems, freezers, etc.], editing essays, and
correcting your grammar. And no, "anyways" is not a word, I don't
care if Webster's finally gave up and put it in a dictionary.
The first things people usually notice about me
I'm not sure, really.
Probably the fact that I'm looking at them funny.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Thank You For Smoking (the movie too, although for very different
Anything Jennifer Cruisie write (judge away)
Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius
World War Z
Disney movies. And yes, I cry at the end.
V For Vendetta
And lots of others that I don't have the patience to name, but I
love anything with gratuitous violence, explosions, superheroes, or
really cute animals
L&O: SVU (although it's not the same without Detective
Sons of Anarchy
The Walking Dead
Food. What can I say? I love it. I eat it. It's satisfying. And I'm
always down to try anything once. Except testicles of any animal,
that just sounds weird and not very enjoyable.
The six things I could never do without
1. My car
2. My iPhone
3. My Friends
4. My computer
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Life, living it, things I should be doing with mine. I spend a lot
of time thinking about what I want to do in the future, places I
want to go, things I want to see, goals I'd like to accomplish
someday. I use up a lot of brain space not thinking about certain
things, and I try to fill that space with something else. I think
about a lot of strange things as well, like how someone could ever
decide that artichokes were going to be delicious, or why traffic
cones are orange.
On a typical Friday night I am
I wouldn't even know. I don't have typical nights.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I love romance novels. No really, I love them. It's awful. I even
order them online so I don't have to face the rude people at
Bookshop Santa Cruz judging me.
You should message me if
You are fully aware that Family Guy is better than South Park, for
You can both define and correctly use the word "irony" in a
You've read a book in the past year that you didn't have to.
You never think it's cool to wear your hat sideways.
You have a favorite Mr. Sketch smell.