29 Manhattan, United States
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My self-summary
I'd say I'm a work in progress.

As for the fun stuff, born and raised on Long Island. Mostly accentless, if you were worried. Come summer, I can be found swimming. Come winter(fell), I keep my A/C on. I really (really) love dogs and hope to name my future basset hound Chester Copperpot. (Double points if you can name that movie. No Google cheating.)
What I’m doing with my life
I have a sweet gig that allows me to test out restaurants, products, etc. on my company's dime in pursuit of editorial genius.

I also am pretty serious about my television intake, adventures outside the city, and my goal to read 60 books this year.
I’m really good at
Hula hooping. I can go for hours. Also, biking underwater.

Pretty darn good at cooking, Cranium, and remembering obscure details.
The first things people usually notice about me
The carpet salesman said he knew he'd like me the moment I opened the door. Take that for what it's worth. (Very little.)
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Food: Will try anything (within reason). Maharlika is my current numero uno.

Books: Cloud Atlas, The Cider House Rules, Middlesex, A Prayer for Owen Meany, Shadow of the Wind, The World According to Garp, Let the Great World Spin, so many more.

Shows: Homeland, Game of Thrones, True Blood, The Mindy Project, Top of the Lake, Hannibal, Six Feet Under, Lost, Big Love, True Detective (which you should also be watching)

Music: Mumford & Sons, Ben Howard, The Lumineers, Florence + the Machine, Of Monsters and Men, and the like, plus an embarrassing amount of top 40 to dance to

Movies: Atonement, The Goonies, Shakespeare in Love, Silver Linings Playbook, Shame, Pitch Perfect
The six things I could never do without
1. The water (I stuck it out in western NC for college but I can't fathom moving away from it now)
2. Trivia and tidbits of knowledge
3. Condiments (related: dips, sauces)
4. Dogs
5. Books (nerd)
6. DVR
I spend a lot of time thinking about
What the hell is below all the concrete in the city. Actually took a Brooklyn Brainery class on this very thing. Ask me about Washington Square Park. Creepy.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I really love hot dogs. I know they're gross, but hot damn they're delicious.
You should message me if
you've made it this far.