I'm an intelligent person, but I am also clumsy, easily distracted, and a little scatter brained. I find unconventional solutions to problems. I overcome obstacles. I am okay being alone. Maybe more than okay most of the time. It seems to be my preferred state. Luckily for me, I am surrounded by people who love me and don't let me stay that way too long.
I've been through some pretty hellish nightmares. They have left me scarred as such. I've somehow kept sane, to the bewilderment of the people who have managed to get close to me, against all the odds. I am considered quite damaged to most. I like to instead think of myself as an asset in the zombie apocalypse.
I'm bad at making conversation and worse at keeping it going. I'm introverted to an extreme, but I can fake extroversion on occasion, and that tends to throw people off and make them think I'm different than I really am.
The best type of person for me is one who will keep me busy and not mind the often blaring silence I can create with my introversion. I'm quiet by nature, but if I am excited about something, it's hard to get me to shut up.
If you're a gamer, then you'll find we'll probably hit it off just fine. If you've never picked up a video game, there's probably gonna be issue forming a connection. This is because it's such a large aspect of my life, and has been since I was very, very little, so trying to connect with someone who doesn't share the same fondness can be very complicated.
Message me for my summoner name if you play League of Legends. I had it up here but people kept adding me without messaging me on here.
Please only message me if you live in Washington state.
If you have kids, please don't message me. I've tried dating someone who had a child and it's way too complicated for me because of the baby mama drama.
The only consoles I play are older models. I don't do any of the new ones. PC is where I feel at home.
I should also bring up that I do not enjoy Dorky's arcade as 80 percent of the messages I receive seem to be an invitation to meet there, or telling me I should check it out. It's a noisy atmosphere, with absolutely atrocious food in my opinion, and no place for an introvert like myself to feel at ease. Yes, I love gaming. In a private atmosphere, or perhaps at a LAN center with fellow like-minded introverts. The arcade scene appealed to me with my best friend back in high school when we went there almost daily to play DDR. It was usually pretty abandoned, so we could just have fun. Arcades in themselves hold little to no appeal to me. I am sorry if this puts you off, but it's who I am. To clear up any confusion, Arcade Sona is a skin on League of Legends, and has nothing to do with my actual name.