(First off, I'm a lady. I expect and deserve to be treated with respect.
INFP, but occasionally T. And occasionally S. But never at the same time.
My ears are stretched, but only to a 2. If this bothers you, there will probably be many, many more things about me that bother you.
If you are desperate... just keep going. Don't even bother reading my page. I made this with the intention of finding people with the same interests as me, people I identify with. People who are different than me, that can make me see things in ways I've never seen them before. People who are passionate about something, and want to tell me about it.
I'm not looking for sex. Period.
I wanna do stuff. Tear the world apart and put it back together better than it was before.
I do not want someone who is perfect, I would rather find someone who is perfectly accepting of my imperfections.
I love singing. I love being alone, but I also like being alone with another person.
I love rain, snow, and going without makeup. Turtles, puppies, and bulls. Don't like sports much, but if I had to choose, I'd choose baseball.
I'm one of those people that you can read exactly how I'm feeling on my face, but I'll never say it out loud.
Being comfortable with your singing voice is unbelievably huge.
My main motivation in life is ultimately making the world a better place. I'm not sure how yet, but I want to make a huge difference for someone.
I don't like chocolate and, as terrible as they are, lifetime movies always make me cry. When I was younger, I wanted to have my nose removed because I didn't like the idea of something poking out of my face. I like rapping even though I'm bad at it and nothing makes me laugh harder than a good dirty joke.
I wanted to be a writer for the longest time, but I'm starting to figure things out a little bit and I know I'm meant for bigger things than a few 300-some page stories.
I love laughing, I love spending time with people I can really talk to and have deep conversations with.
I'm not real impressed with physical attractiveness. I'm just as impressed with washboard abs as I am an extensive star wars collection. they're both cool and its awesome that someone would work hard for something they want, but at the end of the day, I probably would never date someone because they possessed either.
But if you have both, come talk to me.
Please don't confuse this with not caring what you look like. If you look like you don't give a crap how you look (or smell), I'm probably not going to care to impress you, either.
If you're looking for a simple girl, not complex and is content with what they've got, keep looking.
I'm complex. I'm always dreaming. I'm always looking for a deeper meaning. I've got aspirations, things I want to do and places I dream of going.
also, if you are one of those guys that likes to send the same message (you are so beautiful....your profile left me with a smile...a girl who is so obviously out of my league...) to every single girl, and has nothing personal whatsoever, don't worry about it. I can tell when something is forced or impersonal. Sure, I like being complimented. I can't think of a single girl that hates to hear "wow, you look really nice." But my word people! Honestly, I'm not going to reply if all you send me is "you are pretty." I practically have composed an autobiography and nothing except my pictures was worthy of comment? I'm going to have to assume any conversing we would do would be similarly (un)inspiring.
I'm not judging you by your looks. Don't judge me by mine.
I've been told I'm a bitch before, but I don't feel like i am (ex. preceding paragraph). In fact, I know I'm not. My guy friend put it this way when i said i thought I seemed bossy: "Seem? You are bossy, there's no seeming about it. But, it's okay. It's not that you want to control people, it's just that you know want you want and aren't afraid of telling people what they need to do to make you happy."
I'm really really terrible at the whole messaging thing. Its just really not me.
I'm fonder of talking in person. Some people like to wait a couple weeks to get to know the person online, but chances are I've already forgotten about them.
I realize this isn't very fair, so I've devised a rough draft for you, in the chance that someone finds me vaguely funny or otherwise amusing:
"Hey, you sparkly cupcake mouse, I think I would like to hang out sometime, do you have a day off anytime soon that we could make that happen? I would also like to have your number, mostly because I am afraid we will have nothing to talk about while hanging out if this is the only conversing we actually do beforehand."
Throw in some compliments, tell me how witty I am, and how my eyes seem to capture the words of a thousand long dead poets, and maybe I will agree to hanging out.