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31 • Pittsburgh, PA • Man
I’m looking for
- Ages 20–27
- Located anywhere
- Who are single
- For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating
- Last online
- Yesterday – 11:20pm
- 5′ 8″ (1.73m)
- Body type
- Mostly vegetarian
- Graduated from university
- Less than $20,000
- Has dogs and likes cats
I like to chop wood.
My parents have always been staunch feminists. My dad owns a copy of Woman Hating, and my mother didn't shave her legs or armpits while I was growing up. I was also home-schooled by them. So, I think certain attitudes towards women are just a natural part of my character. I've always felt like I could relate to women as much, if not more, than men. I'm obviously just using this to make myself more appealing, which I'm not really into. I don't like selling myself. It seems disingenuous. But, that's the whole point of this, I guess. And, those things are true.
I have a degree in philosophy and all that stuff.
I like the way the light of the summer evening saturates the air.
I value the the meaning of feelings, not just their presence.
I sell perfume and vintage perfume bottles.
I plan on WWOOFing at some point, and if I settle down somewhere, I'd like to be a Big Brother. I think might move to Europe for a while in order to hunt down valuable perfume bottles that were stolen by the Nazis during WWII.
telling if fruit is ripe
The Silence of the Lambs, The Princess Bride, Dead Man, American Psycho, 12 Monkeys, Terminators 1&2, The Neverending Story, Documentaries
Catch-22, Grendel, Cat's Cradle, The Sirens of Titan, Pale Fire, Lolita, Solaris
Deadwood, The Wire, Planet Earth, Rome, True Detective, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Freaks and Geeks, The Simpsons 1-8
“The world of dew
is the world of dew.
And yet, and yet--”
Slow Bird Song
That's supposed to start at 2:41.
How naming things affects and limits our experience of those things. It changes what they are. Our pets become characters. The experience of who they really are is stifled. Some day I'm going to get a pet and not give it a name, just let it show its true self without shackling it with a name. Some Indian tribes believed it was a sacrilege to name certain animals. They didn't have a name for the wolf. What would it be like to experience the nameless universe, I wonder?
I think that the idea that physical objects are the only things that are "real" or "out there" and that feelings are simply in our heads is a bad way of understanding reality, being, and experience.
you want to get out and enjoy the spring.
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