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pepperpony

22 Lampeter, UK Other

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I’m looking for

  • Women
  • Ages 19–41
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating, casual sex

My details

Last online
Online now!
Orientation
Bisexual
Ethnicity
Asian, Other
Height
5′ 7″ (1.70m)
Body Type
Fit
Diet
Other
Religion
Atheism
Sign
Leo, but it doesn’t matter
Education
Working on university
Job
Art / Music / Writing
Status
Single
Offspring
Doesn’t have kids, but might want them
Pets
Likes dogs and likes cats
Speaks
English (Fluently), Chinese (Fluently)
My self-summary
Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
moving to Wales in September. From Vancouver. Born elsewhere.

condensed -- suavely awkward writer-yogi-artist with nothing to hide seeks wild animals to spirit away in the night. I'm super critical, but not in a petty or pernicious way, and super cuddly. I have a thing for people with a mad drive to create. (Note that I didn't say procreate...away with you, foolish humpers...!)

According to OkCupid's algorithm, I'm more independent, good-natured and spontaneous than others in my age-and-sex-correlated demographic. I would say that it's accurate, except I supplant "spontaneous" with "impulsive".

I am a depressive person but a good listener. I have my ways of endearing myself to people, and I love readily and generously. I'm also on the spectrum (which spectrum? every spectrum!) and don't respond well to boredom. At the risk of sounding like a big bunghole, I like people who aren't easily impressed by material goods and have high standards for their intellectual stimuli. Philosophers, mad scientists, nihilists, feminists, wanderers of Earth, punks, anarchists, flowerkin, please allow me to worm my way into your lives. I bear gifts and I smell pretty. (And sometimes I stink and use hashtags on Facebook.)

My job is supposed to be "a writer", but it's just alcoholism and friendlessness. I'm trying to do collaborative work now but I think I need to meditate for twenty years first. It's difficult. It's my love.

I'm licensed as a Personal Trainer and as a Yoga Teacher--I just completed my YTT 200 hours. My studies in yoga fall within the Classical Ashtanga Yoga discipline under Patanjali, which is different from the myriad of dime-a-dozen "trendy" yoga studios popping up like daisies all over this city, so please no assumptions about me--thanks, lovelies.

I'm also halfway through a Bachelor's degree and am in the fetal stages of starting up my own business. Ask if you're interested; I'm an open book about my career. There isn't a moment of my life that I'm not inspired by the life and creative energy around me; I welcome insight, mentorship, collaboration, or just a good-natured laugh about the design industry over a cup of chai.

My Etsy profile is pretty revealing:

https://www.etsy.com/ca/people/waps/favorites/items-i-love?page=1
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
Regulating my moods with limited success.

Trying my best to live mindfully and compassionately.

Writing, yoga, music, fashion, publishing, design, mental health, physical health. Philanthropy, one day.

I'm also a bunny mummy! :3
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Here's some stuff but I don't know. I feel like being "good at stuff" is just humans coping. I try to not have an ego about any of this stuff, but I know it's all to easy to have an ego about not having an ego too, so I aim to be to-the-point and unequivocal.

1. Curating good stuff to read. Be it interviews, science articles, political editorials, game reviews, short essays on the special powers of dogs, or Russian short stories. That's why I'm going into Publishing. I'm also decent at curating music. If you tell me what you like, I can make you a playlist.

2. Learning. I have a large capacity to learn and I can teach what I know too.

3. Being a friend. I am honest, compassionate, patient, caring, understanding, and I never pressure or guilt trip my friends. I have some really cool friends and I'm extremely grateful.

4. Puzzles and riddles and mind games. I'm good at solving mysteries too.

5. Running, swimming, biking, and other individual sports like snowboarding. I would do marathons and triathlons were it not for the intense training schedule. I just don't feeling like giving up a third of my life for it.

6. Being mindful and living in the moment. Or shall I say, releasing my Ego?

7. Cultural criticism.

8. Humour. Well, my specific brand of humour, I guess.

9. Thinking in an urban planning/architecture/industrial design kind of way. I've thought about pursuing architecture as a career, but it's not exactly an accessible career if you don't go to school for it. I'm into Publishing, Art, and Music right now and that keeps me plenty busy.

10. Cleaning up bunny poo. This is requisite.

11. Yoga. I'm a deductive learner when it comes to most things, and the process of gaining my yoga expertise has made me a better learner and a better person. If you're curious, we can talk about it in person.

12. I'm also good at disagreeing politely.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Help your potential matches find common interests.
Film:
Advantageous (do yourself a favour and watch it now. How many near future sci-fi films have a talented Asian cast and a beautiful tonal quality comparable to Her?), Beauty is Embarrassing, Upstream Colour, Under The Skin, Her, Being John Malkovich, Waking Life, Memento, Grey Gardens, Beyond the Black Rainbow, Woman in the Dunes, Psycho, The Act of Killing, Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters, Far Out Isn't Far Enough, Realms of the Unreal, Encounters at the End of the World, Samsara, Desert Runners, Pan's Labyrinth, Before Sunset series

Literature:
Alice Munro
Sartre
Robert F. Scott
Camus
Kazuo Ishiguro
Swann's Way (Proust)
Walden (Thoreau)
Kafka on the Shore (Murakami)
The Heart is a Lonely Hunter (Carson McCullers)
The Wind's Twelve Quarters (Ursula Le Guin)
Essays in Idleness (Yoshida Kenko)
Henderson the Rain King (Saul Bellow)
Bluebeard (Vonnegut)
The Age of Reason (Sartre)
Letters to a Young Poet (Rilke)
Nine Stories (Salinger)
Buddhist books such as Good Citizens, Awakening the Sleeping Buddha, A History of Modern Buddhism
- If you can handle the fact that I haven't read The Ethical Slut or Sex at Dawn yet, please share your favourite books with me +

*Literature was my first passion. I learned to read before I could speak English. There's not enough time in my life to read or to discuss every book I want to. But we can try, by candlelight, with Syrah, and maybe oysters...always oysters*

Shows:
Black Mirror, AdventureTime, Kids in the Hall, The Bob and David Show, Peep Show, Steins; Gate
- I'm just getting into Anime. Death Note was the portal +

Music:
I'm digging Boris and Chance the Rapper right now. Some of my mainstays are Russian Circles, Helen Money, The Living Hour, Solstafir, Black Velvet Stereo, Swans, Animal Collective and Neurosis. I'd love to have a music-sharing sesh with you! I like music you can knife your nemesis to, but from time to time I can get down with Neutral Milk Hotel and the like. But no Bon Iver. Absolutely no Bon Iver.

Food:
Vegetarian Indian (I love Sargam House and East is East)
A good bowl of ramen
fruits and vegs and mindfully made cuisine
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
Iroha vibrator (designed by TENGA)
Ion record player and speakers
Moomin thermos
Ayurveda sleepytime tea (ask me the recipe!)
CandyGrind 365 backpack
Every one of my Penhaligon's perfumes

I try to practice consumer consciousness, but despite my best efforts I still have doubles of almost everything, like fancy soaps and lip balms...Sorry, world, I'll get it together
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
I feel like there's no way to answer this question without inviting unwanted and unwarranted judgment, so I'll leave you to think about what someone like me would think about.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
defenestrating convention.
You should message me if
Offer a few tips to help matches win you over.
you strive to be a good person consistently.

you don't turn your head to look at a short skirt. Except if a giraffe is wearing it. (Thanks, friend, that was a close one)

you're into writing, publishing, robotics, neuroscience, massage, architecture, Abstract Expressionist art, cats, sloths, marine life, anarchism, transhumanism, design, metamodernism, urban planning, communal living, minimalism, non-traditional education, philosophy, music, Yoga, Ayurveda, science, improv, gardening, veganism, subcultural analysis, tea, meditation, drawing, traveling, or are botanically knowledgable. I have coaxed some exceedingly beautiful gladioli out of their long stalks and I'm so proud of them.

I am attracted to people who possess confidence, a self-directed education, gratitude, precision, independence, mystery, sex knowledge and subversion. If you tell me what I already know I will get bored and start picking at my scabs. I don't want flattery, I don't want idleness or fluff. I want to be a better person today than I was yesterday, and I want to love.

I want to start with an intention. I want to ask you to be completely and indiscriminately honest with me. Lies by omission and misleading count as lies. We'll start from there.