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My self-summary
Ok, let's get serious. Or at least make a valid attempt, as I'm already giggling into my tea. I'm going to try to forge a somewhat accurate description of myself. I'm fairly open minded and optimistic, non-judgmental but like my fellow humans, I'm prone to walking into predispositioned traps of inflicting judgements and being snarky now and then. For the most part I'm super nice, soft spoken and sometimes more caring that I should be, which I've learned from to some degree. I adapt well to all types of social situations and generally can "hang" well with a varied mix of people. I can be terribly sarcastic but I usually keep that aspect of my personality contained so as to lull those already fooled by my air of innocence and naivete into an even deeper sense of calm security. *Dubious snicker inserted* Really though, I'm very nice.
I'm perhaps a tad shy to begin with, but when reached out to, I warm up ridiculously fast. I suppose it could be said that I don't do well with overly serious people, they make me nervous and as a result I become clumsy and end up breaking things/knocking stuff over. If you happen to be such a person, don't ever take me to a museum, the damage would be unprecedented.
What I’m doing with my life
I'm studying to be a Holistic nutritrionist, once that's done I'm going to tackle chocolatiering (the art of making chocolate) which is going to be amazing and delightfully messy! My dream is to one day produce my own line of vegan chocolate.
I’m really good at
First thing that pop's into my mind here is...making a sad person happy. I can't stand seeing someone (especially those dear to me) upset and I will try my hardest to get a laugh or at least a smile out of them.
The first things people usually notice about me
This has me a bit stumped, I've been told I seem shy, to being very extroverted, people tend think I'm younger than I am, I'll get "you're not 25!", to which I reply with a petulant "Am too!"
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
My taste in books varies a bit but for the most part I enjoy fiction/fantasy. Fyodor Dostoyevsky and Catherynne Valente are probably my favorite authors. You'll never catch me at a chick flick or "rom com" unless I'm being subjected to some form of cruel and unusual punishment. Foreign movies of all genres are like little gems that nobody seems to care about, Ingmar Bergman just happens to be the man and classic action flicks (Total recall, Die hard, etc ) rock my socks, and Aliens is still the best sci-fi ever made.

I enjoy all sorts of music except country and alternative, one I find to be whiny and pretentious, the other just makes my ears bleed. For the most part I prefer rock/metal but will go from amon amarth to aspidistrafly in a wink.

As far as food goes I eat a very whole foods/unprocessed diet and truely appreciate food that is as close to it's original form as possible.
Six things I could never do without
The handful of people in my life that I would do anything for, and who mean the world to me.

My kitteh. (I'm serious)

Chocolate. (The darker the better)

Walking/being outdoors.

Books. (They're like little handheld portals to other worlds)

I spend a lot of time thinking about
This question has too many variables to even begin with but if I had to settle one thing it would be my borderline fanaticism with nutrition, it's safe to say that I have a rather strong infatuation with fruits and vegetables, all things (in the edible categegory) containing anti-oxidants, dark chocolate and tea.
On a typical Friday night I am
I know it's the "normal" thing to do, but going out and getting sloshed, waking up the next day feeling horrible holds no appeal for me. I'd much rather go for a walk along the river (or wherever remain a few lingering specks of light) at midnight. With chocolate. So yes, a midnight chocolate walk is probably my best idea of an enjoyable friday night (or any night really).

That would be ideal anyway, beats going to bed early with a fat cat lying on you like you're his personal human mattress.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
When attention is drawn to something I'm self concious about or am given even the most feeble compliment, I blush about 10 shades of scarlett, look down at my feet and my forelorn "I have no idea how to respond to that" laugh ensues.
You should message me if
...With the intention of not wasting anyone's time I guess I should say I'm attracted to tall, somewhat athletic men who value good health. I like beards, even more so when they are accompanied by a man but even if you don't have one I'm sure we'll get along fine, it just means that the possibility of chemistry has dropped by approximatly 37.5%. Heh. Other than that, If you are openminded, think slightly outside the box and appreciate a bit of magic in your life - do that thing with the messeging.
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