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27 Binghamton, NY Woman


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  • Ages 20-40
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Last online
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Open relationship
Relationship Type
5' 8" (1.73m)
Body Type
A little extra
Not at all
Atheism and laughing about it
Dropped out of Space camp
Doesn’t have kids but might want them
English (Fluently)
My self-summary
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I like to read. I prefer vanilla ice cream to chocolate, coke to pepsi, and waffle fries over the ordinary kind. My favorite meal is brunch. I hate assembling furniture. I am a texting fiend. I alternate between sleeping too much and not enough, but never the right amount. I ask a lot of questions.

I'm currently dating the absolutely wonderful jhered, but I identify as polyamorous. I believe in ethical non-monogamy, where partners are honest about their other relationships. It's definitely something for everyone, but it's worked very well for me.
What I’m doing with my life
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I work at a life insurance company, because paying the bills is necessary.

My hobbies include reading, marathoning shows on Netflix, hanging out with my friends, cooking, polishing my nails, and striking up conversations with strangers at the brewpub while drinking iced tea. I love talking and meeting new people.
I’m really good at
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Making people laugh, telling stories, reading maps (handy when the GPS goes out!), planning vacations, remembering details. I'm also excellent at kissing!
The first things people usually notice about me
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My smile, my eyes, and my skin are all up there. Sometimes my laugh, which can be quite loud.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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I've read A Tree Grows in Brooklyn at least once a year since I was 10, and I've had the same copy since I was 12 or so. It's definitely my favorite book. Otherwise, I very much like non-fiction. A good biography will keep me happy for days. Antonia Frasier is always a favorite. I'm currently reading a book about North Korea, which is both fascinating and disturbing.

As for movies, well...I'm just catching up on things I should have seen years ago. I loved "The Princess Bride", and I've enjoyed all of the View Askewniverse movies I've watched. "Terminator" was pretty cool. I really liked "When Harry Met Sally". Seriously, I'm getting caught up on things I probably should have seen ages ago. Also, I'm a huge Disneyphile. My favorite Disney films are "Hercules", "Sleeping Beauty", "Beauty and the Beast" and "The Little Mermaid." My favorite Disney-Pixar films are "The Incredibles", "Wall-E" "Finding Nemo" and "Up." I loved "Brave", but I'm not sure I would rank it as a favorite. I don't generally go to the movies on my own, or propose it as a date, but I'll tag along if invited. I've really enjoyed The Hunger Games movies.

For TV, I love The West Wing. If I'm having a bad day, that's what I'm putting on to get through. I also like Archer, Downton Abbey, Deadliest Catch, That 70s Show, Portlandia, Weather Underground, and the Great British Baking Show. My taste is eclectic.

Oh, but if it's hockey season, that's probably what I'm watching. I'm not a huge fan of any particular team, though I'm more inclined to watch some than others.

When it comes to music, I like a bunch of different things. Here is a list: Asylum Street Spankers, Lady Gaga, Andrew Bird, The Magnetic Fields, Belle and Sebastian, Amanda Palmer, Architecture in Helsinki, Modest Mouse, OK Go, Ted Leo + Rx, Fiona Apple, Ke$ha, Sleater-Kinney, the Mountain Goats, They Might Be Giants, Rilo Kiley.

I don't have a favorite type of cuisine, but you could win my heart with a plate of biscuits and sausage gravy. Real, from-scratch biscuits and gravy, though. No mixes! My favorite dessert is key lime pie, followed closely by cheesecake. Ideally, cheesecake from Junior's. I am a Brooklyn girl at heart. I'm also a pretty good cook, I make yummy risottos and my pasta carbonara is toddler-approved. I'm on a quest to eat less fast food. The fact that I no longer work at a fast food restaurant makes that much much easier.

There's no category for podcasts here, which is just wrong. I'm an avid listener. My standards are Wait, Wait, Don't Tell Me!, Ask Me Another, Savage Lovecast, The Puck Podcast, BBC World News, Death, Sex and Money, and almost anything from the How Stuff Works podcasts.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
1. Friends and family, especially the friends who have become my extended family. I don't see my parents and sister often, but I've been adopted by lovely people here. They make my life significantly more fulfilling, and fun.

2. A sense of humor: If I couldn't laugh, I don't know what I would do. I've learned to roll with the punches, but it's good to be able to laugh even when things are rough.

3. New people. Particularly friendly ones. I love going out alone and striking up conversations with strangers.

4. NHL Game Center Live. There must be hockey. Can't watch the Rangers (or the Islanders, or the Sabres, or the Devils), but I can watch any other team, which is good enough for me. Kinda digging the Red Wings right now, can't wait to see what kind of player Larkin ends up being. I'm also keen on the Sharks these days, other than their Torres issue. How is that man still allowed to play? I am not familiar with the CBA, but surely there's some way to throw money at him and make him go away? Though I guess that'd go against their salary cap. So yeah, I kinda dig hockey.

5. The ability to travel! I love exploring new places. I'll be going to Bermuda for the first time next fall. Who knows what's next?

6. Quick-dry top coat. It is a gift from chemistry, and I value it in a way that's hard to explain while still sounding like a reasonable person.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
The people I love. The trips I'm planning to take, the things I meant to do but didn't, the people I need to call. Hockey! When the next opportunity to go to brunch will be.

I spend as little time as possible dwelling on the past or worrying about the future. Once things are out of my control, or before they're within it, I try not to obsess over them.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
likely hermiting at home, recovering from work. Saturday is more of a going-out night.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I see a therapist twice a month. I'm on an unending mission to improve myself!
You should message me if
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If you feel like it. If I seem interesting, if we seem compatible, if something I said made you want to know more. Those are all good reasons.

Also, if you know what Jungle Speed is and you want to play it. Or if you can explain NHL salary caps to me.