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26 F Detroit, MI

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Last Online
Today – 4:11pm
5′ 3″ (1.60m)
Body Type
Strictly vegetarian
Working on Ph.D program
Relationship Status
Open relationship
Relationship Type
Has cats

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My self-summary
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I'm a cheerful and often sarcastic graduate student in Detroit, and I spend a lot of time working or studying (or more accurately, lately, procrastinating). I like to loaf around, hang out with friends, play games, watch tv, and read, in my free time. I'm an atheist and a vegetarian and a feminist, all of which either color or are derived from my overall philosophy. I can be a little bit shy and awkward when I first meet people, but it passes. I'm in an awesome and polyamorous relationship with Shaquintosh.

I'm busier than I'd like to admit, so I warn you I'll be flakey... I'll just end up dropping conversations and being unavailable :-/ Sorry! I also prefer to date people I'm already friends with, so I'm not the girl you're looking for if you want a whirlwind romance. However, I still love meeting new people who think somewhat like I do.
What I’m doing with my life
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Currently, I'm apparently getting as much school as possible; I'm working on an MD and a PhD. Medicine and science just both seemed so great that I guess I couldn't choose.

Eventually, I plan on being a doctor who also does research. I want to do some traveling (both medically-related and not), learn a second language, run a marathon (since I've only done a half, so far), pick up some non-medical hobbies, and just generally be happy. Seems doable, right? Ok, push comes to shove, I'd settle for the last one however I get there.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Coming up with things that I'm not QUITE good enough at to brag about on okcupid. Talking a little bit too much about med school or science. Multiple choice tests. Sentence fragments (apparently).
The first things people usually notice about me
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I'm not sure I'm qualified to answer this one.... That I'm short(ish)? I have blue eyes and brown hair?
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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I'll read almost anything, and I like most of what I read. I like sci-fi, fantasy, general fiction, and nonfiction. My favorite books are the ones that I can't predict; I like authors that can keep a step ahead of the reader or that do things a little bit unconventionally. I like taking recommendations from friends and looking at lists of award-winning books and just picking one from a genre that I don't often read. You can find some real gems that way. I used to dislike short stories, but now I guess I'm into them.

I watch too much tv, and most of it isn't particularly good. My favorite show is Firefly, but that might be just because they didn't stick around long enough to get bad. I like everything from pop/electronica to classical music, but I'm not into country. Also not really into metal. Apparently this is uncommon; lots of people have felt the need to try to educate me as to why this is a bad opinion. As for foods... just, yes. Besides the things I don't eat because I'm a vegetarian, I rarely come across something I don't like. If it has mushrooms or garlic, I'm sold.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
Thrift stores
The internet
A good sundress
Good friends and family
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
People, whatever classes I'm currently taking, the books I'm reading, food, politics, ethics, science, medicine, cute animals (I can't even handle them, they just get me, every time), the internet, whatever exciting things I have coming up, and crafts I'd like to do but will never actually get around to.

Also, the ways in which the internet differs from real life; like, do people really describe each other as "fit?" So many people on here are "fit" or are looking for someone who is "fit." It's weird.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Hanging out with friends or staying in with a good book, video games, or an accidental netflix marathon.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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When I see someone's profile that lists a bunch of books I like, I totally read other books they listed, using them as my personal book recommendation service. Without telling them.

Also, I'm way weirder in person.
I’m looking for
  • Everybody
  • Ages 22–31
  • Near me
  • For new friends
You should message me if
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you like board games or league or biking or running, and need more people to do those with, or want to bike with me to Belle Isle for a picnic. Or, if you're a reasonable and decent human being that treats the people around you well and agrees with or is interested in anything that I've had to say, and thinks we have something in common. I appear to have a high threshold for "decent," though; if you're regularly a jerk to people or oppose gay rights or see some people as less of people than others, I'm not interested. That list could be a lot longer. Or a lot shorter, if more people understood that their racism/sexism/bigotry totally counts as being a jerk to people.

Ooh, or, you should message me if you know when I can pet all of the cute animals everyone has in their pictures. Jeez. I can't handle them. I need some petting farm/exotic animal preserve/whatever it is in my life, apparently.

I don't respond to everyone that messages me; it would be too time-consuming, at the very least. Good ways to get into the no-response category are to just say "hey" or message me to tell me you think I look good. I get so many of those, even with this in my profile. Why.