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22 Saint Paul, MN Woman


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Last online
Sep 23
5' 6" (1.68m)
Body Type
Atheism and laughing about it
Working on University
Doesn’t have kids
English, Spanish (Somewhat)
My self-summary
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INFJ if you're into that kinda thing
What I’m doing with my life
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Working on my final semester of undergrad~on both an environmental studies and a studio art major. Depending on where I get a job, I could end up staying in the twin cities, or moving back to the west coast where I grew up. At some point, I'm planning on going to grad school for psych, specifically for therapy/counseling.

Currently working on the fossil fuel divestment campaign at my school, DJing on our itty bitty tiny college station you've never heard of, living in the art studio, finding myself at shows
I’m really good at
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I have a lot of friends due to shared interests (art, going to shows etc), but I've found that the people I actually form lasting friendships with are just down to earth, honest, goofy people. So I guess in this sense, I like to think that I'm good at making real connections with people. I like real talk, listening, and voicing my (sometimes brutally) honest advice
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Cat's Eye // Margaret Atwood
The World According to Garp // John Irving
The House of the Spirits // Isabel Allende
Emerald City: An Environmental History of Seattle // Matthew Klingle
The Shadow of the Wind // Carlos Ruiz Zafón

Tbh I'm shit at the film world. I have a lot of friends into film, and no matter how much they try, I don't get 95% of their Wes Anderson references. That said, I guess I've seen some movies & here are some favs:
Thelma & Louise, Harold & Maude, The Royal Tenenbaums, My Neighbor Totoro, Labyrinth

Peaky Blinders, Parks & Rec, Arrested Development, Sherlock, Tim & Eric, Twin Peaks, Freaks and Geeks, Dr. Who, Seinfeld,Torchwood, United States of Tara, Transparent, Sabrina the Teenage Witch #lol90s

Blood Orange, The Gooch Palms, Avi Buffalo, Ice Cream Cathedral, How To Dress Well, Tame Impala, Communions, YAST, Magic Kids, Baths, Dent May, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Naomi Punk, Parquet Courts, Rhye, Dråpe, Pure X, Blaue Blume, Cocteau Twins, Tim Hecker, Croatian Amor, Girls Names, Samaris, Broadcast, Oyama, El Ten Eleven, etc

I don't listen to hardcore music really, but for some reason in addition to going to see bands I do listen to on the regular, I've found myself at a lot of hardcore house shows recently, and I dig it. I think this is maybe bc of the MN scene


The six things I could never do without
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1. music// main thing I do in my free time is listen to+look up new music, & when I go out, 75% of the time it's to a show
2. friends
3. art// painting is a thing I do + I'm also down to wander endlessly around an art museum
4. meyers-briggs// I'm great at reading people, & probably I will psycho-analyze you; it probably wont even be conscious /sorry in advance
5. ~the great outdoors~// I'm from Seattle, so I grew up hiking around the surrounding mountains. I'm also a big fan of x country skiing & outdoor running
6. Writing// In third grade I told my parents I was going to be "an author," with my back up plan to be "a singer" or a "violinist." Clearly even then I knew I was destined to make big bucks. Although maybe no longer my career path, I still love to read & think it'd be pretty sweet, though maybe impossible, to get a book published someday.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Climate change, and how I can live my life, and encourage others to live their lives, in a way that most effectively combats it. It scares me that because climate change is disproportionately affecting people in the global south, a lot of the global north couldn't give a damn about the issue. Seriously, why isn't everyone freaking out more & doing something about this?
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
I don't like to stay in, so if I'm not at a show, I'm hanging out with friends somewhere
You should message me if
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you want to grab coffee, a beer, hit up a show sometime, or go check out some art

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