25 Syracuse, NY
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My self-summary
My relationships are so repetitive and predictable, I occasionally fly off the handle due to pain, fear, and/or rejection. Then the guy finds me too much of a hassle and leaves. I bend over backwards trying to make everything better and fix everything I can but none of that ever matters.

I have this crazy fantasy that one day, someone will be able to look past my mistakes and imperfections and still think I'm worth it all. Is it really that crazy or do you think you can make it realistic for me?

While I may have a handful of flaws that I'm trying to work on, I have many admirable traits that make me worth your time. I'm really open about myself and can be interesting. I'm romantic, affectionate, can cheer people up, and calm them down. I'm playful and outdoorsy. I have a diverse set of tastes and like fun and interesting subjects. I'm also in beautiful shape and don't have sex with just anyone.
What I’m doing with my life
I thrive off structure and success, so I work really hard and at times, act forceful to get what I want. While I have absolutely no idea what I want to do with my life, I will always be engaging in some sort of activity to better myself as a person -- obtaining various skills and expanding my intellectual ability despite how indecisive I may be.
I’m really good at
*Being persistent, it drives everyone around me crazy. Seriously, I never give up.

*I have a polychronic ability to do numerous tasks at once, disordered work environments are my thing!

*Dark humor and pessimism. If you're the overly optimistic type, or someone who gets offended easily, we probably won't work out.
The first things people usually notice about me
My luscious lips, green eyes, luring hips, silky smooth legs, skinny stomach, proportionate and perky breasts, bubble butt, and feet any man would drool over
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance, Lila, Brave New World, Illusions, House of Leaves, Slapstick, The Art of Living

Music: Indie rock (Pinback, Systems Officer, Modest Mouse, Ugly Casanova, Built to Spill, Spoon, TV on the Radio, Apostle of Hustle, Yeasayer), Trip hop (Portishead, Waldeck, Hooverphonic, Flunk, Bittersweet), Ambient/electronic (Amon Tobin, Caribou, Anitek, Bonobo, Crookram, Royksopp, Neon Indian, Fakear), Alternative (Sonic Youth, Deftones, Nine Inch Nails, Smashing Pumpkins, Cursive, Archers of Loaf).
The six things I could never do without
1. Affection - It is mandatory that I get a lot of it. Cuddling and body massages will win me over. I must be telephoned numerously and told of my importance.

2. Green tea - I swear, l-theanine cures everything from anxiety, caffeine jitters, to menstrual cramps.

3. Ritalin - For my terrible attention span and inability to sit down and complete a rigorous research paper.

4. Botany - When the snow melts, I practically live outdoors. I love hiking, kayaking, and bicycling.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
My philosophical thoughts are incredibly deterministic. Everything is just atoms and energy waves, entire chaos. A sense of self is just ridiculous, humans are a part of something much, much bigger than they'd like to acknowledge.

My political thoughts are pretty capitalistic. I'm into furthering myself as an individual due to my competitive nature. If individuals in society weren't able to advance to the extent that they can, intellectual drive and innovation would disappear.

My academic pursuit is psychology, with my favorite psychologist being Carl Jung. He realized that common symbols and themes appeared in all cultures, and that the same responses could be elicited by certain circumstances. Instead of focusing on individualism, it's essential to realize how inter-connected we are.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I'm at peace with the world, at peace with everyone I know, but at rivalry with myself.
You should message me if
I'd prefer an individual with various minor quirks, an individual with deep passion for strange things that they can't find very many people to talk with or relate to. Nihilists and contrarians are welcome! I need someone with weird ideas, quirky mannerisms, and a distinctive style. Mirroring society's ideals is something I've accepted as being impossible and neurosis-provoking from a young age. “If our ruling passion is for higher life, what do we care whether people reward or appreciate us or not? It makes no difference. A soaring eagle has no need to be appreciated by ground creatures,” said Vernon Howard.

I'm really into androgynous men, physically and personality-wise. That whole typical, alpha-male thing creeps me out. Muscles, sports, and all those other manly interests are such a turn-off. A significant other who can cry once in a while, talk about emotions, and listen to some girly tunes is ideal. A significant other who can grow his hair out and feel comfortable in tight-fitting clothing is incredibly attractive.

My cardinal trait is intimacy. It's my reason for living, my purpose in life. I need a man whose emotions run deep: a painter, a writer, or something. Someone who desires passionate, intense love and can spend infinite hours with me. I'm a hopeless romantic who falls hard real quick and grows to like people more and more by each day that goes by. I don't want a random, sexual encounter. I want to settle down, in a long-term, committed relationship with someone I can grab onto and grow with.

Note: I won't respond to your one sentence, generic message. I only respond to those who type up fully developed paragraphs.