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snarkitylark

24 F Baltimore, MD

My Details

Last Online
Jul 27
Orientation
Straight
Ethnicity
White
Height
5′ 4″ (1.63m)
Body Type
Average
Diet
Mostly vegetarian
Smokes
Sometimes
Drinks
Socially
Drugs
Sometimes
Religion
Agnosticism, and laughing about it
Sign
Libra, and it’s fun to think about
Education
Graduated from university
Job
Art / Music / Writing
Income
Rather not say
Relationship Status
Seeing Someone
Relationship Type
Offspring
Doesn’t have kids
Pets
Has dogs and likes cats
Speaks
English (Fluently), Spanish (Okay)

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My self-summary
I hate online dating and sweeping generalizations.

A recent college graduate, she will dash off not misplaced but at the very least irrelevant modifiers whilst referring to herself in the third person and, scorning "utilize," nevertheless make use of the word "whilst."

Actually the graduating part is not so recent anymore, but I like that sentence, so I'm gonna keep that there.

I tend to take a lot of things in life pretty seriously, like dreams and ambitions and relationships of all kinds and and courage and quality and depth and doing one's best and pursuing various truths across various poetic distances, and shit like that, so if you're one of those people who "don't take themselves too seriously and prefer that their friends don't either," or any other variation thereon, we probably won't get along. SoooOOOOOooo...... However, please don't mistake seriousness for a lack of humor. Chillax, bru.

INFJ, if you enjoy that type of thing. According to science, Obama's personality is supposed to be my ideal, so, also, according to science, I'm more or less Michelle Obama, in the way that like, Jesus is a cracker. Please note.
What I’m doing with my life
Short answer #1: I DO NOT KNOW.

Short answer #2: That's actually total bull, as I know exactly what I want to do and am just in the process of figuring out how to do it while still trying to lead some semblance of a balanced life.

Long answer: I moved back to the east coast after having gone to school in California for classical music composition/doing other stuff in other parts of the country/world. Basically the long-term plan is to have multiple careers as (1) classical composer, (2) experimental songwriter/performer, (3) author/poet/writer-of-all-trades, (4) multilingual, odd-job-hopping, globetrotting, sun-swallowing, wind-chomping vagabond. Grad school's in the future. For... stuff.

I like words and all things related to them.

I can justify any ostensible aimlessness in myself as a *change to 1940s war-time font and announcer voice* COURAGEOUS HUNT FOR THE HUMAN SPIRIT IN ALL THINGS MUNDANE AND FANTASTIC, NEVER FEARING TO SHIRK SOCIEokay it's too much now.

There are no wasted moments!
I’m really good at
snarking amicably.
The first things people usually notice about me
I have a really crazy, super colorful car. Sometimes it makes me cringe, because I feel like it pigeon-holes me into a stereotype. Sometimes I feel like it's teaching me a lesson: do not care if others are pigeon-holing you. Most of the time I just like it because it's pretty and it makes a lot of people really happy and I like that little moment when I'm waiting at a red light and a dude at a bus stop looks over at me and we do the nod thing and he flashes me a peace sign and I'm like, "Word." Right?
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I'm going to do a selection of three for each:

Books: The Brothers Karamazov, East of Eden, and Infinite Jest.... and Man's Search for Meaning
Movies: The Saddest Music in the World, The Man Who Wasn't There, and Labyrinth (The pants!!!)
Shows: It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Parks and Recreation, 30 Rock. I don't watch too much TV even though I know there are a lot of good shows out there right now. My friends steal my Netflix.
Music: Oh don't ask me this question, I wonder it myself too much... Prokofiev, Arcade Fire, and Tom Waits
Food: Sushi, fine cheeses with fruit, and I'm a big fan of eggplants, wouldn't you know it. And pickles. Pickles are great. I love farmer's markets and cooking, a lot. At some point I would like to go WWOOFing to get down and dirty with the food biz; for now, I have veggie food blogs to follow and snazzy dishes to whip up for dinner parties. Maybe I'll even blog about it. But probably not.
The six things I could never do without
Friends and family, sure, and also:

1. My car (even though I do do without it for stretches of time). I absolutely love driving. Love, love, love, love driving.
2. A really inconvenient and heavy and awkward store of books, because fuck Kindles.
3. Maps, over which to drool.
4. A sense of freedom, flexibility, and ever-morphing, non-judgmental curiosity.
5. Running. I love running. Have started training for some races. Come run with me!
6. Death anxiety?

7. PUPPIES
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Selfish things and unselfish things. Trivial things and nontrivial things.
On a typical Friday night I am
most likely out with friends, exploring new places, or engaging in one of my other regular activities, including but not limited to:

- composing
- dicking around on the internet pretending like I'm going to look up something useful soon
- reading
- writing
- going to a concert/museum/play/movie/cultural event
- driving, driving, driving to somewhere I haven't been before
- gazing into the mysterious and knowing eyes of my pup, divining deep secrets about the universe
- devising some new kind of schedule for some new kind of endeavor because I have a Liz Lemon-esque hard-on for time management? Or the idea of it? Is that too nerdy of me to admit?
- CHILLAXIN BRU
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Privacy is a construct.

Dave Eggers quote:

"After all that, what, in the end, have I given you? It seems like you know something, but you still know nothing. I tell you and it evaporates. I don’t care -- how could I care? . . . You are a panhandler, begging for anything, and I am the man walking briskly by, tossing a quarter or so into your paper cup. I can afford to give you this. This does not break me. I give you virtually everything I have. I give you all of the best things I have, and while these things are things that I like, memories that I treasure, good or bad, like the pictures of my family on my walls I can show them to you without diminishing them. I can afford to give you everything."

See what I did there? I got away without saying anything private.
I’m looking for
  • Everybody
  • Ages 23–38
  • Near me
  • For new friends
You should message me if
you are not fuhreaking crazy.

Or if: (1) you're responding to the content of my profile; (2) this silly mantra makes sense to you: "Love the real, not the ideal!"; (3) you enjoy small, emotionally unstable dogs.