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My self-summary
I recently realised that my right ear is higher than my left, which finally gave me an explanation as to why my glasses are always crooked on my face.

So yeah that's me.

Oh and while we're at it, I didn't like Dexter. Maybe six feet under ruined Michael C. Hall for me. I'm still sorry if that fact offends you.
What I’m doing with my life
At 27, I decided that I wanted to be a career counselor. So I went back to school, waiting to spend a whole year of my life with 19 years old hipsters. But then I realised that everyone around me was about my age and had been searching what to do with their lifes for decades, just like me.
So yeah, I guess the cobbler's children really have no shoes.
I’m really good at
- Getting good grades without doing any studying. I really thought that talent would stop being useful when I got out of school, but, actually, well, yeah, no that particular skill is totally useless. Don't define your self worth by your school grades. Learn to knit or something. (I didn't)

- Remembering tons of useless stuff that nobody cares about, while so often forgetting my keys, my wallet and everything my memory was actually builded for.
The first things people usually notice about me
- I talk a lot. That's kinda of exhausting to pretty much everyone I meet. They usually think I'm super fun. Or super annoying. Or both. Usually both.

- I don't talk very much. I keep my feelings and secrets to myself.

- Yes I noticed what you just did.

- I've been told many times that my eyes are, and I quote: "very pretty for brown eyes". I still don't know how to react when that happens.

- Every other month, someone tells me that I look like someone they know. Please don't.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Everything Joss Whedon has ever done.
How I met your mother.
Way too much fanfiction.
Anything with llamas, or Daniel Radcliffe.

I also watch sports on tv a lot. Mostly hockey, f1 and tennis. I know you don't care for it. It's okay. But I have to tell you that when I watch Andy Murray play, I apparently sound as thought I'm watching softporn. Or so I've been told.

Aussi, beaucoup de télé québécoise que t'écoute sûrement pas. Mes amis écoutent juste Game of thrones, alors je suis habituée que personne de mon entourage ne connaissent Serge Boucher ou Édith Cochrane.
Six things I could never do without
1. My pillow.
2. Friends
3. Internet
4. Sarcasm
5. Chicken wings
6. Lungs
I spend a lot of time thinking about
On a typical Friday night I am
Mostly I'm alone, cause I've been with people all week. Don't worry, I'll be back to be my over excited self on Monday.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I cry a lot at sad movies.

I always say I like unpleasant people. Just so it's clear, I like them not because they are unpleasant, but because they're authentic.
When someone doesn't care about pleasing people, they usually mean everything they say. So when they are nice to me, I know it's real.

Once I was at a restaurant and I made an over complicated order. "This and this on the side, don't grill this, take this off and so on." My best friend looked at me and said: "So you're THAT person." So yes, I admit it, I AM that person.
You should message me if
If you're a fan of llamas.

If the most private thing you're willing to admit is something actually private and hard to admit, like "I once had sex with my girlfriend's brother" (honestly I don't think you can beat that one. Because yes, I actually once found a profile that said that.) or "My best friend is an imaginary sea lion who shares my love for Hungarian cinema" (to each his own!) or "I'm Batman." (That'd be cool.)
The two of us