But here goes an attempt:
I'm currently in a relationship with a guy I met on here, so I'm not looking for any romance, but I would love to make more friends.
I'm a few weeks shy of getting the piece of paper saying all my decades of schooling was for something, with a Bachelors in History. It took me a while to figure out what I wanted to get a degree in, since I kinda suck at decision making, but I'm getting better.
I love museums and parks, history, art, nature, anything. I love tours (giving and receiving, ooooh yeah). I'm hoping to at least find a good museum to give volunteer tours, since I really miss it.
I also really like movies, but it depends on the movie. I like bad/cheesy horror. I love dark comedy. I enjoy a good, well written, and not overly formulaic/massively tear-jerking drama, I require my drama to be sincere.
There are a lot more things I'm into, and I'm open to a lot of adventures, so if you're looking for someone to hang out with, try out a restaurant with, go to a museum with, whatever, hit me up!
Like everyone it seems (unless they are really tall) I don't know exactly what it is that people notice first about me, they just always tell me after a while that they didn't really expect me to be so cool. I'm not sure how to take that.
Etgar Keret Amanda Filipacchi Douglas Adams Sarah Vowell Howard Zinn David McCullough Haunted by Chuck Palahniuk Alice in Wonderland Lemony Snicket (yes, I love a few children's books. I also like Harry Potter) I like a lot of books, I'm just too lazy to list them all, so I'm mostly going with the authors that I have the most of.
Marx Brothers classic films Muppets documentaries cheesy horror/sci fi Galaxy Quest Girls will be Girls Hank & Mike Labyrinth Dark Crystal Fido Studio Ghibli weird indie comedies Singin' in the Rain O Brother Where Art Thou Fargo Death to Smoochy Eagle Vs. Shark Harold and Maude Wristcutters Pixar Perfume: Story of a Murderer Alice in Wonderland (seriously, every version) Clerks Ghost Town Elvira The Last Unicorn Clue Rocky Horror Picture Show Some Like it Hot Hedwig and the Angry Inch Fifth Element Bronson John Waters and I'm starting to get into Big Lebowski but I'm not at the quoting level that some of my friends are. I also dabble in Star Trek and was a massive Star Wars geek in high school. Years ago I would have said that Star Wars was better, but in my age I recognize that Star Trek is more socially redeeming.
Doctor Who Arrested Development Daily Show Colbert Report Jim Henson's Dinosaurs Rupaul's Drag Race Fraggle Rock Sunrise Earth Flight of the Conchords Breaking Bad Orange is the New Black When I'm feeling stressed I tend to pop in Northern Exposure to relax to (seriously, don't ask me why, I just do it. And yes, I know they got pretty weird after a while, but at least it didn't get as bad as Seaquest. Seriously, if a 10-year-old can recognize that a show has gone to shit, it has **GONE** to **SHIT**).
The Residents Florence + the Machine Slim Cessna's Auto Club Scissor Sisters Tom Waits David Bowie Divine Voodoo Organist Nick Cave Tori Amos Cibo Matto Handsome Family Rasputina Dion and the Belmonts for horrible cheesy reasons
Beer. I also love Mexican, Italian, and Vietnamese food. I also like Indian, Chinese, Japanese, Thai, Mongolian, Ethiopian, potatoes, soups...
I love having an excuse and time to throw together something made on Titli's Busy Kitchen. Titli is awesome.
Warning: if you intend to just post "hi" or something without substance, I will not respond. Please say something I can work with in conversation.