Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
So I need to make a few changes from my last summary! I am twenty
six years old, currently living life and loving it. I'm an
interesting broad, truthfully - I have incredibly strange, geeky
hobbies that can range from a slight obsession with Star Trek, to a
renewed fondness for comic and anime conventions as of late. I like
going to renaissance festivals, and art shows. I love museums, and
learning interesting new information about the most random of
things. The History Channel is one of my favorite things in the
world. I have a passion for French culture and French things, and I
have a love affair with coffee that borderlines on the
I am an optimist. In regards to pessimism and realism, I feel that
attempting to see things in a realistic way will only lead to
overthinking, and overanalyzing. If you honestly look at your life
and think to yourself it can always get better, it will. I believe
in appreciating what you have, the talents you maintain, the
friendships and family relationships and lovers you gain in life -
it's better to appreciate than to look around and wait for
something more, or something better to fall into your lap. I
believe that people are inherently good, and I trust people all too
easily. :) C'est la vie.
I've realized over the past five years that while I love women
primarily - and god do I love everything about them, their smiles,
their eyes, their bodies, every single thing they do - I'm not as
gay as I once thought I was. I'm attracted to men, women, and
everything in between, truthfully, but the men on here tend to be
somewhat too pushy for my tastes. It may sound cliche, but it's not
what's between your legs that's most important - it's honestly,
truthfully, who you are and how you present yourself. If you're
smart and have a sense of humor, you'll win my heart in a second.
I'm no longer looking for a purely sexual partner - friends with
benefits is one thing, but unless you're interested in me
personally I don't think that's going to work out well.
I also am realizing that I am largely polyamorous. Not so much in
the sense that I am not comfortable with only one partner, but
moreso in that I have the capacity and ability to love more than
one person at a time. If this is a deal breaker I entirely
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
I now work a rather boring desk job that's nearly more boring to
tell others about than to do. :) It's a lot more money, which means
I can be a lot more independent, which is a wonderful thing in the
long run. My dream is to be a massage therapist, and as soon as I'm
able to save up some money to go to school and do that full time,
I'm planning on it. My dream is to help people. It's important for
that dream to come true for me.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
I'm very artistic and creative, if I do say so myself! I love the
graphic arts, I love to draw, and I do nearly everything artistic
there is to do. I try to dance, but this section's for what I'm
good at, right? ;) I make excellent coffee and/or tea, and I
consider myself to be a very good listener.
The first things people usually notice about me
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I'm colorful. My hair is colorful, my eyes are colorful, my clothes
are colorful. I like to be a colorful character.
I'm also rather quiet in person, but if I get comfortable in a
situation, I'm incredibly quick to resort to sarcasm and wit. I
like to come off stronger than I really am. I love laughing and
smiling. Few things make you feel better, right?
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Books: I read a lot! My favorites tend to be non-fiction or
sci-fi books, and I'll have some that just strike me and I'll read
them all in one sitting. I adore reading, and my favorite book of
all time is still probably Stargirl, a book I read when I was
thirteen by Jerry Spinelli.
Movies: I love the new Star Trek reboots, Pacific Rim -
anything that's funny, interesting, science-fiction and actiony
tends to woo me over. I also really like quirky, romantic, sweet
movies that leave me feeling refreshed. I love Moulin Rouge, Little
Miss Sunshine, RENT, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and I
admit to being a bit of a nerd with the Harry Potter and now the
Hunger Games movies.
Music: I really will listen to almost anything. I have a
weakness for older music - anywhere from the forties to the
eighties, and I love rock n'roll. Journey, Queen, and AC/DC are
some of my favorites that I will literally sit and listen to for
hours. I also get in moods for Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong.
I also really love classical and instrumental songs, I regularly
will listen to soundtracks to help me write or draw. Anything that
inspires me is good.
Food: I love Italian food and sushi. Those are probably my
top two, but I also have a weakness for French food and good old
American cooking. I really wasn't kidding when I said I have a love
affair with coffee, because some of my favorite dinners are made
even better with a Starbucks run after.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
A trusty Internet connection, a laptop with all the necessary
extension cords and power supplies, good friends, family, the love
of my life, and chocolate. That would be optimal, that is. ;)
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
What I am, who I am, and what to do. I also wonder if I'm
attractive to anyone, why fools fall in love, if I should lose
weight, if I should quit my job or get a new one, why I'm still
awake at five o'clock in the morning, how to make sure I get an
even number of hours for sleep.
I think about people a lot too. People I know, people I care about.
Making sure they're alright. I love sitting at a cafe somewhere and
watching people go by, wondering what kind of person they are. It
always amazes me -- rarely human interaction happens just from an
offhand hello or awkward handshake. It's always about conversation.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Either at a Starbucks, out to dinner with the rest of my immediate
family, watching the newest movie with friends, or playing hermit
and in my room on my computer.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I am deathly afraid of scary movies. You can tell me they aren't
real all you want -- they still scare the heck out of me in a way
that makes me want to burrow my face into someone's arm.
You should message me if
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You're an uber-cool chick who wants to talk to another cool chick.
I'm open for a friendship, and a relationship -- whatever comes out
of it is sure to be fantastic! : I admit I've been desperate for
GLBT pals, because quite frankly I've got none.
Also, I'm a little picky about spelling and proper grammar. Some
things are okay. Other things are not. I realize that sounds
ridiculous, but simply put - it makes you sound a lot more
intelligent, which is incredibly sexy to me. It does not
necessarily mean that I will refuse to respond, but keep it in
mind. Also, if you're a couple looking for a third -- I might be
okay with it, I might not. But I've been down that road before and
it usually doesn't work out, so we'll have to talk about it a lot
before anything actually happens. ;)
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