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28 Toronto, Ontario, CA Woman


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  • Ages 24–40
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My details

Last online
Jul 4
5′ 4″ (1.63m)
Body Type
Strictly anything
Atheism, but not too serious about it
Graduated from two-year college
Likes dogs and likes cats
English (Fluently), German (Okay), French (Poorly)
My self-summary
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Have you ever been in the process of making a really nice cup of coffee - you've ground the beans, boiled the Bialetti, added a dash of maple syrup and a spoonful of coconut oil just for the Hell of it - then, had the cream curdle EVER SO SLIGHTLY at the very last moment?

Well, I'm the type of person who drinks the coffee anyways. Or, i make a pot of tea instead and call it a day.

I've worked at a library, a women's gym, a museum, a portrait studio, a four-star restaurant, a kindergarten, and a tour-guide company. The common thread seems to be, that I love talking with people, getting to know their inner workings and deepest aspirations, then helping them realize them. I love finding that thing, that activity or idea that sparks someone's interest and sets them on fire!

I love trying new things and meeting new people - I've recently began indoor rock climbing and REALLY enjoyed it; if you want to give it a try, drop me a line! There are plenty of other things I want to check off of my list as well - visit the new Kubrick exhibit at the TIFF Bell Lightbox, finally go to Choir! Choir! Choir! and sing my little heart out, find an Ethiopian restaurant in the West end that serves Doro Wat, discover and visit as may Tap Takeovers as possible to make up for missing Cask Days this year, finally redeem my hot yoga gift certificate and stretch/sweat my way to Nirvana. The list grows with each passing day!
What I’m doing with my life
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I've lived in and out of the city, as well as the country these past few years, and loved every moment. I started as a budding young culinary student living in an insanely cheap bachelor apartment with a claw-foot bathtub, but no shower head to speak of. Now, I cook food for hungry vegans, pull espresso for thirsty hipsters, then go home and read psychology books, plan trips to far off exotic destinations, and challenge myself with increasingly delicious and difficult recipes.
I’m really good at
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Adapting - I have the ability to walk into an unknown, strange and potentially intimidating situation and just, figure it out. Not a lot fazes me, and i really enjoy navigating myself through those types of circumstances and coming out the other side. I used to be a really shy, awkward teenager - so, over the years i've learned to just not care that much about embarrassing myself.

Making the best of a bad situation - i'm the person watching the house burn down, who whips out a bag of marshmallows. The glass is half full :)

Looking at the scattered and random contents of my fridge, and assembling a gourmet meal from the ingredients found within. Like MacGuyver, but with a cast-iron skillet, some wilting swiss chard and half a bag of cornmeal.

Finding little ways to make the world a better place. I recycle; and, i pay attention to where my food comes from and how it got there. I'm kind and generous when i have the opportunity to be - whether it be holding the door for a stranger, making faces at wailing children on the streetcar, or giving sandwiches to the homeless man who hangs out around the corner. I try not to direct my anger where it is not deserved, and put myself in other peoples shoes instead of putting them in their place.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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I love to read, and surround myself with books - saving them from thrift stores and garage sales, then squirreling them away for a rainy day. Or, devouring them immediately.

A few of my favourites are The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Klay by Michel Chabon, Jitterbug Perfume by Tom Robbins, The Neverending Story by Michael Ende, The Wind-Up Bird Chronicles by Haruki Murakami, and The Golden Compass by Philip Pullman. I've been really interested in science fiction and fantasy lately, as well as biographies and travel novels about peoples fantastical journeys and their discoveries along the way.

I've also been reading a lot of non-fiction as of late about psychology - things like co-dependence, mindfulness, relationships, etc. I loved Malcom Gladwell's What the Dog Said, as well as The Brilliant Universe by Brian Greene. I'm also really interested in books about religion, from kind of a bystanders point of view.

I'm part of a movie club - ask, if you'd like to know more! As a result, i end up watching quite a few things i wouldn't necessarily happen upon of my own free will - which i thoroughly enjoy! I like everything from gory, cheesy horror to clever, well-written, witty and/or slapstick corny comedies; dramatic, psychological thrillers to true crime documentaries and Blue Planet. Some of my well-worn favourites are Young Frankenstein, A Fish Called Wanda, and Some Like it Hot - as well as Aliens, Evil Dead (both old and new), and American Psycho. I'm a fan of Wes Anderson, Stanley Kubrick, and Joss Whedon - but, show me anything, and i'll be up to enjoy it and have a discussion about it afterwards.

I don't have cable, as television commercials drive me nuts. I watched "Spaced" on Netflix in the span of two days, and was heartbroken to discover it only ran for two seasons - and, had a similar experience with Freaks and Geeks. Recently i've been enjoying Hannibal, True Detective, American Horror Story, Louie, Orange is the New Black, and BoJack Horseman. I will always have a special place in my heart for Star Trek: The Original Series - but, i'm slowly learning to love TNG, and had never watched an episode up until a few months ago. The on screen chemistry between Mulder and Scully still gives me shivers of anticipation - and, i LIKED how the ended How I Met Your Mother!
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
- human interaction - from cuddles to conversation to conflict resolution
- learning new things
- good food, and better coffee
- comfortable clothing & footwear
- song
- at least 3 hours of sleep a night
- laughter
- beauty, and taking the time to appreciate it