31 Napier, New Zealand
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My self-summary
I'm a weird, introverted, cat-crazy gamer who has been single for an unconscionably long time (almost 8 years!) and has finally decided to do something about it.

Hoping to find someone cute and fun who will cuddle up to me and give me a reason to sit still through movies/binge watch TV shows with me.

Mostly, though, i'm just here for new friends and interesting conversation. Don't be shy about hitting me up, even with just a simple 'hi'.

I'm an INFP if that means anything to you.

P.S. - I'm not an A-lister (is anyone??) and while i do my best to figure out who 'likes' me, it's totally guesswork based on who has visited me recently. So if you're browsing invisibly, and you click like, all i know is that someone new has liked my page. I have no way of figuring out your identity.

Really, you might as well just message me.
What I’m doing with my life
Collecting eclectic information in the hopes it will somehow metamorphose into esoteric knowledge.
I’m really good at
Growing things
Amusing my best friend
Video games (okay not that good)
Giving advice i should probably take to heart myself and put into practice...
Seriously. Anything i put into the ground will sprout.
The first things people usually notice about me
Apparently my walk is distinct enough to identify me by (my friend's brother, who i did not know well, identified me as the masked and cloaked villain in a movie we made for a school project).

Another friend has said my hair. She got some independent corroboration on this today from one of my mum's friends.

I've received a remarkable number of compliments on my voice, from people of both sexes (chiefly while playing online games). One girl used to beg me to talk, about anything at all, every time i got on my guild's voice chat.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
-Fight Club
-Pulp Fiction
-some select few anime

-Terry Pratchett's Discworld series
-Roger Zelazny's Amber (especially the second five)
-The Wheel of Time series by the late Robert Jordan (and more recently by Brandon Sanderson, who is still on time)
-Kim Harrison's Hollows series
-An embarrassing number of teen vampire novels

Music: Practically anything. jazz, blues, rap and country don't do it for me so much, but there are still exceptions.

Food: My tastes are either exceptionally plain or decidedly exotic. I love spicy food and can quite happily wolf down a dish where that is the only detectable flavour, but i also like plain bread rolls, dry cereal, & burnt toast. Nothing dairy, though. I'm not allergic, i just can't stand the taste or smell (except pizza. Mmmmm pizzzaa)

I'm exceptionally good at cooking to suit my own tastes though.
The six things I could never do without
I don't know how i lived for so long without cute furry catthings for company.

I like coffee to a degree that blows right past 'excessive' and all the way through to 'extreme'.

Something to read. Got to fuel the fantastical furnaces in my head somehow, don't I?

Boredom reduces me to a quivering mess of irritability and depression in no time at all, so I definitely need entertainment.

On that note, my best friend is particularly good at keeping me from the aforementioned messy quivering.

And finally the internet, which makes both entertainment and contact with my bestie a LOT easier.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Who devised the cliche "life is short" and why they weren't immediately laughed down. Life ISN'T short, your own life is the longest possible experience you can have. If that's short, what would be of moderate length? A geological era?!
On a typical Friday night I am
Either cocooned in blankets on my computer chair, lost in some virtual world or other, or else getting embarassingly drunk at my sister's board games night.

Or working. I'm not so amazing i can avoid doing that altogether =(
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I like brussels sprouts. Actually, that's an understatement. They are far and away my most prefered piece of vegetation to consume.

I once made out with a couch in a game of truth or dare.
You should message me if
You aren't shy about making the first move. One of the most serious shortcomings of feminism is its failure to teach young women that they don't have to wait for a guy to make the first move on them! You're doubtless missing out on meeting some really wonderful people this way.

Of course, it pays to be able to identify douchey guys either way. Getting turned down flat, with an insult about your physical characteristics to top it off, doesn't do any favours for anyone's confidence