I don't play petty mind games so don't expect me to get bent out of shape by something little and have it spill over into every facet of life.
I really like biology, etymology, ornithology, and all manner of -ologies. Do you like to science? I like to science.
Like most people I'm looking for that best-friend-slash-partner-in-crime. Short term flings and hook-ups don't interest me in the least.
I grew up on a farm 15 miles outside of a small town, which means I'm as familiar with Columbia's nightlife as I am mushroom hunting and bucking bales.
INTP is what the test said, ENTP is what I act like.
Anyway, I'm a Jack-of-all-trades (ha) that gets super into a hobby, exhausts it, and learns another. Essentially, that means I can do anything but I might not be the best. To me, being well-rounded is much more important than being an expert in one field. Science is literally and figuratively how my brain works and how my mind sees the world. Science teaches me the value of life, the human experience, and that people are the center of everything. Biology is unemotional and indifferent but shows me why we should love each other. Friendly debate is awesome and I love discussions about society, philosophy, and science. I want to learn, especially from other viewpoints.
Feminist because I'm a normal person with a life. If you're a woman that doesn't identify as a feminist, you don't know what it means. Go learn a thing and then come back.
I'm completely socially liberal and like people.
Don't fuck with women, the LGBTQ community, or minorities and we'll get along.
I love to make people smile and I sometimes go too far out of my way for it. I'm weird and silly.
When I have applied for jobs my friends always had to remind me that I'm an Eagle Scout. So, yeah, I'm a pretty bird.
My favorite thing ever is crying and choking from laughing too hard.
I tend to be rather boisterous and loud at times, quiet at others. Nothing really bothers me and I'm rarely anything but pleasant.
I religiously fact-check everything and keep note of things I want to research every day.
I'll be the first to admit when I'm wrong after presented with data supporting an opposing hypothesis. I like being wrong because it means I learned more about the world. When you prove me wrong my eyes widen and I grin like a child opening a present.