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27 F Saint Louis, MO

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My Details

Last Online
Yesterday – 6:36pm
5′ 5″ (1.65m)
Body Type
Agnosticism, and laughing about it
Capricorn, but it doesn’t matter
Graduated from university
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Might want kids
Likes dogs and likes cats
English (Fluently), Spanish (Poorly), C++ (Poorly)

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My self-summary
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In case you don't make it to the bottom before your cursor goes the button to message me, KNOW THIS: I am here to meet friends.

I'm a gamer, through and through. I like trying new things, but I'm not very social so I don't actually go out and do said things often. But when the mood strikes me I'll start all kinds of cool things and even follow through on some of them. I also have an extensive t-shirt collection.

Additionally, I'd like to apologize if I do not/have not answer/ed a message; on the occasional stop in to look at things, I will find I have a message, read it, get a bit flustered, and resolve to answer later. By the time I get back to it I'm embarrassed for having taken so long, as it both draws attention to my rudeness of having not answered upon receiving the message, and brings up a message from weeks ago that the sender has likely completely forgotten about. The occasional message will have a response so easy that I can just send one off right away (i.e. sender: "waffles or pancakes?" me: "waffles!") but that's not the norm. Alternately, some messages are patently easy to ignore without guilt or embarrassment, such as messages that consist of the word "hi!" (or some variation thereof) or sentence-long messages in which more than half the words are misspelled and the structure has a Yodian quality.

Regardless, the purpose of this message is not to discourage messages, but to provide a disclaimer. Much like cigarette companies, now that I have put on the box/profile that I'm a carcinogen/late replier, I can vend/reply late without legal repercussion/guilt! I'm pretty sure that's how this works.
What I’m doing with my life
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I play a lot of video games, pen and paper RPGs, read books and watch a couple tv shows. Unfortunately that doesn't leave room for things like sleep, or tidying my room. Ah well, priorities! If I have to wade through hoodies to get to bed, so be it.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Games, 3D modeling (I like to think), thumb wrestling, and messing up my apartment with minimal effort.
The first things people usually notice about me
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No clue. You'd have to ask people.
BUT in the very hypothetical, I suppose if I were people (which of course I AM) I'd notice my shirt. I tend to wear graphic tees. Not like violence/nudity graphic, to clarify. Usually.
But I imagine most people don't like graphic tees as much as I do so I can't speak for everyone.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Shannara, Star Wars, Incubus, potatoes to name a smattering... also, there are only three Star Wars movies as far as I'm concerned.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
For the purposes of this list being more about my interests than my physiology, I'll assume the question assumes that people already know I need water and oxygen and such.

1. The internet. I am addicted to having information easily at my fingertips at all times.

2. Games. Video games, pen and paper rpgs, board games, it doesn't matter, games are the best.

3. Humor. Much like a squid's ink cloud, I use it as a defense mechanism to confound my enemies, and amuse my friends (I can only assume squid do this as well.)

4. Goals. I hate not having something to do or move toward. I pick up hobbies whenever I can, try new things, come up with ideas for things I can do. I try to live in the now, but sometimes then is more interesting.

5. Friends. There are so many awesome things you can't do without other people, and it's nice to know that there are people who care about you.

6. Independence. As hard as it is to deal with the responsibilities of adulthood, the freedom makes it all worth it.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Computers I can't afford, games that haven't come out yet, ideas on cool things I could do, planning out said cool things so they're more feasible and less pipe-dream. Honestly it's hard to get more specific than that, usually when I get lost in thought it takes a bizarre meandering path that is only logical if you can see the odd link, and at the end of it all I feel like I've come up with a brilliant idea but can't for the life of me communicate it in any way that makes it sound not crazy. After a while what little impression was gained from said trip down neural pathways fades away, like a dream. I like having someone else there to think with, or at least an avenue where I can vocalize my thoughts as they come; then there's sort of a map of my train of thought to help keep me from getting lost, and if the other person actively participates it's even better because we can bounce thoughts off each other in addition to keeping the other on track.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Camped out in front of my TV or computer playing games or dicking around on the internet, usually. Of course, on the odd night I decide to be social and NOT a hermit, I'll go hang out with friends, play board games, tabletop games, video games, watch movies... that sort of thing. Good times! I guess I'm a bit of a homebody. If that means I'm lame, then so be it; I will be the coolest lame person ever!
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I don't cry often, and movies and television tend not to make me cry at all, but this is one of the only things that has ever made me cry and still makes me a bit misty:
You should message me if
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you feel lucky, punk.