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potterhead

28 F Tulsa, OK

My Details

Last Online
Feb 20, 2010
Orientation
Straight
Ethnicity
White, Other
Height
5′ 11″ (1.80m)
Body Type
A little extra
Diet
Smokes
No
Drinks
Socially
Drugs
Never
Religion
Other, and somewhat serious about it
Sign
Scorpio, and it’s fun to think about
Education
Working on university
Job
Art / Music / Writing
Income
Less than $20,000
Relationship Status
Seeing Someone
Relationship Type
Offspring
Pets
Has dogs and has cats
Speaks
English (Fluently), French (Poorly), Latin (Poorly)

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My self-summary
I am a geek of the first order and you should know that now. My ideal work environment involves a dark room, an endless coffee supply and a bag of peanut m&m's. I read too much. I read everything. Hence the geekiness.

Let's see... open ended essay right? This could get dangerous... Well, we all know there's really too much to say, but I have a tendency to write too much, so I'll just keep going. Like the energizer bunny. I just need to have somebody flip my batteries around so I keep coming and coming and coming.... I like to tell really bad, dirty jokes. But I'm all talk. I swear. Unfortunately.

More personality, lesseehere... I am right on the fence politically. I've been known to equally piss off gun toting, over weight, white guys and gay Buddhist vegans. I made one cry once. On Valentine's Day. It was hilarious. When I tried to tell him we're obviously omnivores, he tried to tell me that humans were not meant to eat meat, and that our incisors were the result of evolution from forcing ourselves to eat said meat for thousands of years. When I pointed out that whichever was the case, humans should eat meat, well.. I didn't set out to make him cry... maybe he just wasn't used to having someone stand up to him like that and challenge his beliefs. Maybe he had mommy issues. But I digress. Where was I? Oh, right, Politics... The sad part of both the Gore/Bush and the Bush/Kerry campaigns was that one of them would win. I like McCain and Palin as people, but agree with Obama and Biden politically. Go figure. I personally will never have an abortion, but I think they should be legal and available. I am 98% straight, but I think Gay Marriage needs to be legal, and it should be illegal in every state to discriminate based on sexual orientation. Crimes against homosexuals because of their orientation also need to be considered hate crimes in every state. Silly me, wanting basic civil rights for every American. What a looney leftist. (The 2% is Kate Winslet, in case you were curious.) Religiously... well, that's a huge topic for me. If you'd really like to get into it, IM me. I'm quite spiritual, but also very much against organized religion. I always make a point to NOT FORCE my beliefs on others, so don't worry about me preaching about the end times or giving you a copy of the book of mormon or anything. Actually, wait. I totally will. Henceforth, all potential friends will receive a random holy text of my choosing.

The other thing you should know - I'm very opinionated. And I love to discuss anything and everything. I have no problem if you don't see things my way, as long as you have an open mind and agree to disagree.

I find it odd to NOT give your car a name.

I love being outside when other people consider the weather foul. I don't mean to, really, it just turns out that way. I grew up in Tempe, AZ, so I'm used to soul sucking heat. So on summer days when it's 70% humidity and 95 degrees F out, I'll head for the park. When it rains I'll dance in the street. When it's cold and windy I'll bundle up so I can sit under the trees and ponder what they'll look like when their leaves come back.

Mountains make me feel small and lonely, but the ocean feels like my other half. Cloud watching makes me feel insignificant, but stargazing calms me.

I don't climb nearly as many trees as I should.

I think kissing should be an Olympic sport. Seriously. It really shouldn't have such heavy associations. We're all serial monogamists nowadays. It's depressing. Kissing should be something done often, done enthusiastically, done well and done in the rain whenever possible.

And finally, you should know that even though I am a writer and an overall lover of the English language, I am carrying on torrid affairs with run-on sentences, fragments, ellipsises (ellipsi?), adverbs, ending sentences in prepositions and starting my sentences with 'and', 'so' or 'but'.

So... if you want more, you'll just have to get to know me.

I am creative, introspective, and wry
What I’m doing with my life
I intend to go back to school someday, but it keeps getting pushed off for financial reasons. Damn the man! What I really want to do with my life (hopefully) is write. But seriously, how few people get to quit their days jobs with that?
I’m really good at
Music. Music music music. I've been playing everything since God knows when, and I love learning new instruments. Right now I'm learning the wooden flute and saxophone, the Irish tin whistle, violin and cello. I've been told I can draw fairly well, but I know I don't practice enough. I can hold my own with anything artistic. And writing. I write everything; novels, fan fiction, poetry, songs, music, editorials, cartoons, screenplays, scripts, html, code, letters to no one, livejournal. I love words. Hooray words.
The first things people usually notice about me
Physically? Height. I'm freakishly tall for a chick. Thank God I stopped before I hit 6'.

Personality wise? I guess people notice my intelligence, and my wry/sarcastic sense of humor. Or the fact that I can be pretty quiet, and then really crazily outgoing. I'm not legally insane or anything, (at least, not yet) but I really enjoy just being around people, and experiencing other human beings.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books... I'm definitely interested in books that have good, moving plots and interesting characters. I devoured Atlas Shrugged as quickly as I did Harry Potter. Then again, I read Twilight really quickly, just to be done with it. I have this thing about finishing books. Even bad ones. I mean, even if you're 300 pages in, there has to be something in the next 100 that redeems it, right? I mean, it got published! But no, some books are just crap. The aforementioned Twilight is one of them.

Movies... I like a bunch of random stuff. The artsy movies intrigue me as much as the big budget action packed movies. I like chick flicks and oscar bait just as much as flimsy japanese horror movies and senseless comedies.

Music... there isn't much I don't like.

Food? Nothing beats fresh produce. Hot summer day, cold fresh fruit? Mmmmmm...
The six things I could never do without
1-Music to listen to
2-My guitar
3-A word processor
4-Coffee (I have to make a lot of money or marry a man wealthy enough to support my espresso addiction.)
5-Something to read
6-Someone to talk to. I'm really more of a lone wolf, but I'd start talking to volley balls if left alone too long.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
My life, where I want to go with it, and where it is or isn't going right now. A lot about people too. I think I think more about other people than other people think about me. I think too much is the real answer.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
The only birthmark I have is under a toe on my right foot, and ummm... well, it's really too small to measure. I just think it's cool. And I hate jewelry. I think it's the worst 'affectionate' gift in the world. I'd much rather have my beau plan a private evening and cook for me and take me to the beach. That's infinitely better than some cold rocks around my wrist. I also hate it when you talk about bugs, and start pscyhosematically itching. Or when you accidentally blind yourself with your own laser mouse.

I have dirty little addictions I normally save for a later point in the relationship. Like, telling you I've read Pride & Prejudice 8 times in the last 3 years. Or that I've read Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban 21 times. Or that I have The Breakfast Club memorized. Or that I know Fall Out Boy is a terribly commercial, trendy band, and I like them anyway. If music were food, they would be potato chips. But I'm not supposed to tell you that until I've known you a bit longer.
I’m looking for
  • Guys who like girls
  • Ages 21–42
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends
You should message me if
...you're reading this. Obviously you have great patience. Or you're entertained. Morbidly entertained. But either way, you read the whole thing, didn't you?

Also, if you don't describe yourself as 'sexy' or 'hot'. Seriously. What a turn off. If you're as awesome as I am, you know that sometimes you need to fake a little humility to blend in with the lowly humans. I've found that those that proclaim the loudest, are the furthest from that specific description.

p.s. - I'm not here to 'meet' guys, (or should I say 'meat' guys, heh) I'm just here to meet cool people. And take quizzes. I have a fairly embarrassing addiction to those. Anyway, try not to get your panties in a twist if I don't want to come over to your house for a mediocre shag after IMing for ten minutes.

It's not you, it's me.