I read like it's my job. I really hate not being stimulated and need to constantly be learning. I love it when someone beats me at a game.
I climb trees higher than is appropriate. I probably feel too comfortable on a jungle gym. I play "The Ground's Hot Lava" regardless of who's watching.
I use "I" statements in sequences of three. I'm unpredictable.
The Internet is the best thing that has ever happened to society. The content on the Internet is the worst thing that society could possibly create. I spend way too much time on Facebook but cannot for the life of me understand Instagram.
Nothing gets me more excited than when a new Ta-Nehisi Coates article pops up in my RSS feed. Except perhaps when Vox puts out a new policy podcast.
I'm attracted to both women and men, but I don't think I could date a straight person. Even if our genitals are mismatched, it'll be a queer relationship. I was raised by a pack of wild lesbians and I don't understand the institution of marriage. Seriously.
I'm two years through a two and a half year graduate program and I love every minute of it. I really adore academia, I've climbed up the ivory tower and built a comfy pillow fort inside.
Pre-grad school I spent 5 years teaching before and after elementary school to the raddest bunch of kids you'll ever get a chance to meet. I really enjoyed teaching math with the help of a set of colorful pencils and pristine pad of graph paper.
Before that I flew around the world and did PR for Nintendo. At 21 I thought this was the coolest thing in the world, by 26 I found it soulless and evil. I can't fully explain the difference but science does find that your prefrontal lobe doesn't finish developing until you reach age 25, which for me coincided perfectly with 2008. Thanks Obama.
Citing myself in the footnotes.
Talking to Strangers.
Saving the World.
Super Smash Brothers
I love to dance but can't be bothered to keep up with what's hip. Luckily someone pays DJs to keep the rhythm flowing.
Also this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LrCHz1gwzTo
Whether the system as it is benefits me unfairly.
Whether this sample size is statistically significant.
Income distribution, regressive taxation, novel new policy tricks, whether or not we can reframe the question, if I can find a better source for my citation.
Math. And the philosophies that can be derived from it.
The man in the mirror.
...you're up for at least one crazy evening.
...you're in or around Seattle, I'm not a commuter.
...intersectional feminism means something to you.