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My self-summary
Still pretty new to Buffalo, so I'm totally down for anyone to hang out with and help me find the cool spots.


If you don't like feminism, you won't like me.

I tend to use a lot of deadpan delivery, many times when I should just be giving a straight answer.

Things I like, in a nutshell: animals, science, dancing (swing and blues, but I also like to flail like an idiot a lot), learning things, fossils, museums, NPR/podcasts, terrible movies (I watch The Room on a yearly basis), reading scifi, traveling (when possible).
What I’m doing with my life
I grew up in MI, but I spent the last couple years down south, so I got a little soft. I work with animals and use my free time when I'm not exhausted to swing dance, explore Buffalo, and watch Michigan State sports on tv with beer.
I’m really good at
Finding the mental strength to go out to a thing all by myself and try to make new friends. Pretty helpful when I'm still new to town and few people have the same weekend as me.
The first things people usually notice about me
Maybe the smell... I swear, it's not me.

Well, maybe it is. (I DO shower after work, don't worry.)
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Shows: MASTER OF NONE, parks and rec, 30 rock, bobs burgers, kimmy schmidt, i think you get the picture..

Books: Middlesex, 100 years of solitude, Jasper Fforde, sci-fi stuff, Everything is Illuminated, short fiction. I listen to a lot of podcasts while I drive, too, including Radiolab, Ask Me Another, Escape Pod, and the Drabblecast (on which I have been published!!).

Food: Anything that comes in a truck or on a stick.
The six things I could never do without
1. spiders
2. saturated fats
3. birds that screech endlessly
4. body pillows shaped like fish
5. temporary tattoos
6. cast-off animal bits
On a typical Friday night I am
Hanging in TO with some friends, or bumming around Buffalo to evaluate the bars.
You should message me if
You've got something better than an icebreaker question to ask. If it sounds like something you'd hear at a meeting at work, I'm probably gonna hate it.

Or maybe you are a cool person to hang out and get a drink with. I like to do that too.

Please, please, do not message me anything starting with "I don't like feminists, but..." because this never ends well and I really don't enjoy someone lecturing me as the first thing I hear. I don't have to prove my feminist knowledge to you, I don't have to justify why it's called feminism, and it doesn't mean I want men to die or whatever bizarre idea you have.

Meeting people online is awkward. So, apologies in advance.