26Denver, United States
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My self-summary
I am 22 and love to say weird things that may occasionally upset (but usually just confuse) people. I'm really into nerdy software and have a strong passion for 3D animation, as well as dystopian science fiction and macabre short stories.

I am a spontaneous, fairly tall blonde girl driven by my goals and ambitions. My friends describe me as book smart and street stupid. I pride myself in my sense of humor and would attest that a cynical taste for life is a healthy expression of humility. If you can’t see the pleasure in sarcastic humor and lengthy conversations about irrelevant and ridiculous topics, then you’re probably not the one for me. I currently work full time in a museum and have determined that it is a preferable career option to working fast food.

I am cautious and have a high standard of morals. I am fiscally responsible and am pretty good at keeping an eye on my spendings. I also realize how counter-productive this must be with the rising cost of inflation, as the dollar amount of my bank account steadily loses relative worth in market value... LLAMA!!

Did I mention I like llamas? :) They're the most adorable, fluffy creatures to bless this Earth. I almost stole one from a petting zoo and took it home once...but then I didn't want to get arrested, so I didn't.
What I’m doing with my life
I have several pursuits. Right now I'm working in a science museum, serving guests, and I absolutely adore it. My dream is to create dystopian Sci-Fi's and animated films for domes and immersive environments. I'm a total geek for 360 degree entertainment. I'm also thinking of going back to school for engineering and computer science.
I’m really good at
Not to sound like a total superhero or anything, but uh, I'm a bad ass when it comes to spelling and grammar. So try not to super-splice your commas or I might have to drop in and fight some crime.

Although these days it seems I don't always use commas everywhere they are needed. That's not because I don't know when to use them. It's because I suffer from separation anxiety. *Cue corny laugh track*

Oh, and I have a mega fast typing speed...does that count as a talent? :D
The first things people usually notice about me
My blonde hair and exceptionally long legs. These legs get in the way sometimes. I can't walk past my boss's chair without tripping over it. You would think at some point she would learn to dodge when she sees me coming around the corner...

I can be quirky and socially awkward...but in an alluring, sexy way.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
*Big Bang Theory (a plethora of funny science nerds!!)
*Young adult dystopian adventure novels are a bit of a guilty pleasure. I love futuristic dystopian sci-fi (whether in the form of fiction, art, CGI or just my wildest dreams), especially when it has a political message. I really enjoyed Hunger Games and the Uglies trilogy.
*Forrest Gump (best movie ever)
*80's rock and new wave, baby!!! This girl was born in the 80's. I was just two years fashionably late.
Six things I could never do without
Architecture. I love urban life, traveling, and I especially love to witness great engineering.

Mental stimulation. I need something to keep my mind active or I go crazy. If I'm not learning something new, I may as well be living in a gutter having meaningless philosophical conversations with the leaves.

People like to ask me what my hobbies are outside of studying. And that just makes me realize what a freaking nerd I am. I guess I'd have to say musicals. I would go to one every week if I could afford it.

And on that note, my music. All the time. Everywhere I go. I have a pretty varied taste in music and will listen to anything from low brow, modern day R&B/hip hop to 80's rock bands such as Led Zeppelin and Van Halen, to Tears for Fears and ELO and Prince and the Revolution, to whiny 90's generation sob music. Keep 'em comin', I love music.

And must importantly, turning lists into five paragraph essays.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
how the "personality" section of my profile says I'm so much meaner than average. That is one really long, intimidating bar.
On a typical Friday night I am
thinking about all the cooler things I could be doing on a Friday night.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I've never felt like a room without a roof.
You should message me if
you're a nerd. Or tall. Or both. Love science geeks. Especially the witty ones with khaki pants and an obsession with gadgets. I've come to the conclusion that I will someday marry an engineer, or a physicist, or someone who has devoted his life to science and the future of mankind! I adore quirky, spazzy people with an exaggerated enthusiasm for the small things in life. Lastly, the first thing that will attract me to someone is that goofy but sexy sparkle in his eye that says he is thinking about something uncanny and offensive that he probably shouldn't say aloud in a public restaurant.

Also, science and technology are the two sexiest things on this planet. Some girls swoon and nearly fall off a bike when they see a group of athletes with their shirts off; that's my reaction when I see a guy with nerdy glasses, a button-down shirt/vest and khaki pants and a bow tie...shh, don't tell Bill Nye. ;)
The two of us