I am American (sorry) so I am suspicious and probably packing a gun. Any initial meetings will be in public, probably a bar.
I'm one of those sex-positive feminists. Doesn't mean I want to get sex positive with everyone, just that I should be able to choose freely.
Have been told I have nympho goofball energy (by someone who likes fucking me). I am intense and sexually aggressive (as said by someone else who likes fucking me), which means scratching and biting, among some other fun things.
I'm simple but people think I'm deep. I love to cook. I loved my dogs (RIP) and I continue to love my cat. I think picky eaters are boring people.
I'm blunt, but I endeavor to be not evil.
I do not care about sports. At all. No fantasy sports, no "real" sports. No sports. I don't care about baseball, football, hockey, curling, basketball, softball, soccer, jai alai, biathlon. None of them. I'm glad you're a fan and you find enjoyment watching your teams do their things, but it's a huge topic about which I'm content to be ignorant.
People for good conversation about tv, movies, a bit of politics, some food, and anything else that mutually interests us. Conversation will probably be fueled by alcohol and/or weed, and could then culminate in good sex.*
*This is in no way intended as a promise or obligation to have sex, and reading this does not imply a relationship where parties are not free to determine whether they want to engage in sexual or other relations with one another.
I read mostly contemporary (ish) fiction. I would post my library check out history but that's protected by the First Amendment, something I think is pretty important. [Really should learn how the Canadians do privacy.]
The host of "Raw. Vegan. Not Gross." (on Tastemade) is especially alluring because I like a bit dorky and punny, and she has gorgeous hair.
4/16: "Grantchester;" "Broad City" (duh, I do Ilana dances); "Kimmy Schmidt;" just got Amazon Prime, so all those shows. [1/17: Being new to Canada, Amazon Prime content is … going to get better, I hope. I guess it's our job to watch until they have the "current" seasons up. "Fleabag," "Transparent," and "Goliath" are especially good. I hope they pick up "I Love Dick."]
1/16: "Fargo," "Mozart in the Jungle," "This Old House," "The Americans," embarrassingly, the "Chicago" shows but I swear I'm watching for eye candy and recognized locales. [1/17: Cut down to just "Chicago Fire" because it's enough of that kind of tv writing to watch in a week.]
"A Chef's Life," "BBQ with Franklin," "Call the Midwife," "The Bletchley Circle." [Watched on PBS in the US; not sure how to catch them here.]
I listen to a shit ton of podcasts on subjects from comedy, sick and disgusting news, food, to movies, and a few things in between. Really, my primary form of entertainment is podcasts. Mostly very un-PC humor, which means I'm evil-ish (but not fully evil).
I love food. I cook it, I eat it, I shop for it, I write about it. That's something I can talk about.
Lately, I'd happily trade the vodka for weed.
You understand I don't have a car and won't be getting one.
You can write something substantive using those persnickety rules of grammar, spelling, punctuation, etc.
If you don't want a girlfriend, potential wife, or someone to talk to about your girlfriend or wife. However, talking about how wonderful your partner with whom you're in an open relationship is always welcome. Cheaters need not apply.
If you're a chick or a chick and a dude. If you're a chick who can roll a joint you go directly to the top of my list.
If you're not a complete flake (things come up, of course). If, after seeing in person that I'm "not your type," you have the decency to buy a girl a drink and have a conversation.
But really, I'd like to hang out for some fun, stimulating talk.