So I grew up in a town where it wasn't weird to talk to people while waiting in line at the grocery store or at the bus stop. I used to think it was strange when people said it's hard to meet people in Vancouver, but after living here for a few years, I've realized that it's true. The majority of my meaningful relationships in this city are a byproduct of the Internet, so here I am.
I am sarcastic and contemplative in equal measures. Routine makes me uncomfortable. If I'm not continuously learning and evolving, I feel like I'm falling behind. I'm queer. I'm poly. I'm GGG. I'm unapologetically plus size. I'm pierced and inked. I believe in equality. I believe in charity and paying it forward. I'm a sucker for big nerdy guys with varying degrees of facial hair. I'm a cat person and a dog person.
Things I love: alphabetized lists, animals, art, being an auntie, big dogs, black cardigans, board games, Bosnia, Boston terriers, bright lipstick, burlesque, cartoons, cats, cute shoes, Disneyland, documentaries, French bulldogs, glasses, hockey, improv, kids, kindergarten, narwhals, nerdy guys, Nintendo, peacocks, people-first language, philosophy, photography, pit bulls, Prague, prime lenses, psychology, purple, sarcasm, slam poetry, SNES, sociology, strategy games, tattoos, teaching, teal, the smell of coffee, trashy reality television, turquoise, unicorns, Vegas, video games
Things I don't: action movies, American History X, cartoons for grown-ups, cigarette smoke, cilantro, coffee, dentists, driving, drunk people, eating noises, eels, fake boobs, Fight Club, gum chewing sounds, Indian food, live television, long hair, long nails, Lord of the Rings, mockumentaries, Steve Carell, soccer, subtitles, sunscreen, terms of endearment from strangers, "That's gay!"/"That's retarded!", The Office, violent movies, the words "crisp" and "moist", walking behind slow people, women who apply make-up on public transit