LoudIntrovert
29 Portland, United States
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My self-summary
-Chaotic-neutral INFJ.
-Orientation is set to Bisexual, but I guess I identify as Queer because I don't believe that stuff is binary. It's not terribly important to me.
-If you have an ounce of homophobia or transphobia in you, please, do not message me. Intersectional feminist.
-I enjoy reading, drawing, and writing.
-Very little bothers me. I am patient and even-tempered.
-My grumpy cynicism is occasionally overshadowed by my (occasionally embarrassing) child-like wonder.
-I used to run a local Rocky Horror cast in Long Beach, and I've been a part of the community for about twelve years.
-If Space Oddity comes on, I will stop what I'm doing to clap in time to the song.

I just made a list of what I feel are my best traits, and it only included eight bullet points.
Also, I described my best traits in bullet points. Yeesh.

Instagram: SapientPearwood
What I’m doing with my life
I recently recovered from an illness that lasted for a few months. I'm still dying and all that, but at a less-alarming rate. It cost me my job, but now I'm looking for something that interests me and gives back to the community.
My current goal is to become an advocate for children at 504/IEP meetings.
I live in a wonderful city surrounded by the most interesting area I can have the opportunity to explore. I'm trying to take in as much as possible.
I also try to go on nightly adventures, which at the end of the night often just means a walk, but on other nights it means exploring.
I’m really good at
Growing facial hair.
Telling dad jokes.
The first things people usually notice about me
My...beard? Not sure.
I've also had a streak of grey hair since I was 3. It's spread quite a bit since.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I will never tire of reading.
I probably would not have made it through high school without Kurt Vonnegut. I love F. Scott Fitzgerald and his Lost Generation. I just finished Margaret Atwood's MaddAddam trilogy and loved it. My partner introduced me to The Shadow of the Wind, which is a beautiful book. I'm currently reading The Three-Body Problem, at the recommendation of a few friends. Next on my list is to either re-read Neuromancer, or begin A Confederacy of Dunces, which I've been meaning to read for a while.

Arrested Development. I don't watch it with other people, because I'll quote along with it and I know some people don't like that.
I also enjoy Parks and Recreation, Bob's Burgers, and 30 Rock. Stranger Things was incredible, and I want more. I watch a lot of cartoons, like Gravity Falls and Steven Universe.
The Great British Baking Show is like a goddamn syrupy coma. I lost a week of my life watching it and drinking tea.

Top five films in no particular order:
-Amadeus
-Brazil
-Who Framed Roger Rabbit?
-The Triplets of Belleville
- Young Frankenstein
Crank: High Voltage is a fever-dream of a movie. I'll do my best to convince you to watch it.
I've seen The Rocky Horror Picture Show more times than I'd care to count.
Almost anything and everything The Marx Bros. and specifically Groucho Marx have ever done.
I'll give pretty much anything a chance, but I can't guarantee I'll like it.

I have a wide range of taste in music and will usually give anything a chance. Current interests include Talking Heads, Dead Kennedys, The Cramps, Dead Milkmen, The Ventures, The Beach Boys, Bryan Scary, The Smiths, The Magnetic Fields, Man...or Astro Man?, Miles Davis, Charles Mingus, Queen, Crystal Castles, Shpongle, Hallucinogenic, Nouvelle Vague, Joy Division, Sex Pistols, Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention, and a LOT more...
Also; Weird Al, obvs. I cried last time I saw him perform.
The six things I could never do without
Extending the hyperbole:

1) A good book
2) A nice cup of coffee
3) A comfortable couch to read on
4) Art supplies
5) Soy Vay
6) My good luck tiki.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
The unceasing tick of my mortal clock.

Just kidding.

The time I dropped acid at Disneyland?
On a typical Friday night I am
Taking life too seriously or not seriously enough.
I work the extremes in that regard.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I have a stutter that comes out when I'm nervous.
I can also moonwalk, but only while I'm drunk.

I cried at the last Weird Al concert I saw. Don't judge - it was incredible.
You should message me if
-You're a funny weirdo.
-You're cool with beards.
- You like to go on adventures.
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