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My self-summary
I get along best with weirdos (burners, clowns, and brass band musicians...oh my!), but these days everyone claims to be a weirdo so it gets a little bit difficult to pick out the real ones. I suppose it's like when it became popular to be a nerd, so everyone's profile talked about what a nerd they were in high school. Where were all of these high schools that were 99% nerds when I was a teenager? I think in both cases - weirdos and nerds - if that term really describes you then you don't have to tell people. It'll be obvious.

I like to play music. Sometimes I even do it well, but it's funnier when I don't. I don't do monogamy or brush my hair, but I do make an amazing cup of tea and I can't resist cheap champagne. What about expensive champagne? I don't know. No one has ever offerred me any.
What I’m doing with my life
I used to be a web developer, but then one day I decided to follow my childhood dreams so I quit the 9 to 5 and started working on them. When I was little I only dreamed of being a writer. And maybe She-Ra. But now my dreams have expanded to include working with animals, producing shows, rolling around in the desert with a can of PBR, and taking over the world with my amazing sax and trombone pop duo. Oh, did I forget to mention that I'm a rockstar?I mean, that's what my mom tells me.
I’m really good at
roller skating
killing zombies with nothing more than an XBOX controller
creating strange and often creepy hair accessories
playing saxophone (well, I may not be very good, but I look good doing it and that's the whole point of being a musician, isn't it?)
writing erotica
making tea - seriously, you should try my tea. I've got mad tea skillz..
The first things people usually notice about me
Maybe the saxophone I'm carrying. But when I don't have an instrument with me, people tend to notice my dreadlocks. Sometimes they make people think I'm a hippie - and I guess I am into conserving and some of those other hippie ideals - but I don't participate in drum circles and I do occasionally shower. No, I don't wash my hair, but I have been known to use soap. Hippie soap, but soap nonetheless.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Let me give you the shortest possible answer for this section because no one really likes reading long lists of bands, books, and movies. We can get into more detail on our first date, if it's that important to you.

I read books that teach me things about computers, sex and dating, or music, and wish I had more time to read zombie apocalypse novels. I watch horror movies and comedies and think Family Guy is the funniest thing on TV. I love jazz, rockabilly, and Irish drinking songs, but seem to mostly listen to Madonna, Lady Gaga, and 80s pop. I'm a vegetarian and love comfort food.

There. Done.
The six things I could never do without
My nipples.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
In no particular order...

My dog.
The song Call Me Maybe.
My boyfriend. Yup, I'm one of those poly chicks your mom warned you about.
Sex and relationships.
My band and what hilarious stunt we're going to pull next.
Shows I want to produce.
Starting that project I keep meaning to start.
Coats. Yeah, I love coats. It's weird.
Burning Man and related things because, yeah, it's a cult and it kind of takes over your life.
On a typical Friday night I am
Watching a burlesque show. Or maybe crashing a karaoke bar or party with my bandmate so we can play Eye Of The Tiger on our instruments. Or drinking champagne around a campfire with a straw, because I'm classy and I love straws. Or roller skating in the same skates I wore when I was 12. Or snuggling my dog and watching old sitcoms and cheesy horror movies.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I have a thumb that looks like a toe. Just one. I mean, I have two thumbs, but only one of them looks like a toe. I have a toe thumb.
You should message me if
Let's just get this out of the way right now, you should only message me if you're not looking for monogamy. I'm currently in a committed, honest, nonmonogamous relationship with a partner I love very much. I'm not looking for the next love of my life, I'm not looking for a "third," and I'm not looking for one night stands. I'm looking for other honest, intelligent, wacky, creative, nonmonogamous people to hang out with, get down with, and laugh with. Or growl with. GRRRRR.

I do my best to respond to every single message I get, but I do it a lot quicker and more enthusiastically if you're not crass, boring, unintelligible, or if your message isn't annoyingly short or long. Not sure what to write? I get stuck sometimes, too! Take a look at this excellent article on how to send a first message on an online dating site and see if this helps: http://kotaku.com/ask-dr-nerdlove-how-to-do-online-dating-right-1501480037