SynnDzire
31 Round Rock, United States
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My self-summary
"Everybody starts out as strangers... It's where we end up that counts."
-Angela; Four Rooms

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I still get lost in books.
-- If you don't read--well, we probably won't jive.

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Some mantras:
Dance if you want to.
Hug those who need it.
Love fully for one another, just because we can.
There's no time like the present, so try something novel, instead of regretting not, later.

DGAF because life is meant to lived.
What I’m doing with my life
xNFP (ambiverted, leaning more socially-Intro).
Rebuilding my social networks.

Learning, at almost any chance I can get.
I like experiencing exhibits/events at places like museums and feel that aquariums are also quite fun.
I appreciate nature and often just like to look up at the stars and sky.
I’m really good at
Embracing the nature of wabi-sabi.

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Finding a little patience and serenity.

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I have been known to break out into song--
... In the car, shower or around a karaoke bar, after a couple beverages (or even without the drinks), sometimes it just flows out.

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I was diagnosed with having hakuna matata.
If you have to ask, you just may have been living under a rock for the past 21 years or so... (wtf, it's been THAT long?!? And how old is Kimba, nowadays?)

So with that, I offer this-
1) Don't Panic.
2) Always Pack a Towel
3) Don't take life too seriously, or else you will never get out alive.... wait... hmm.... well, don't take it too seriously, for the sake of life.
The first things people usually notice about me
Voice, tattoos (though many are hidden, unless I take off my shirt), attitude...
Energy, heart, drive....
I age pretty well.
Maybe it's life habits and appropriate application of sunscreen...
(Rule#1: Protect your ink!)
I've noticed others my age that look haggard as sh*t though.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Daniel Quinn's Ishmael is phenomenal, Palahniuk books are a cliche answer (but I love the random facts and dark humor that litter his novels).
Christopher Moore novels like The Stupidest Angel. Read it, it is funny as hell. Mildly offensive... :)

Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, Ender's Game, A Light in the Attic + Where the Sidewalk Ends stir nostalgia.
Calvin and Hobbes, Far Side and other comic collections in the same vein are entertaining, too.

Where the Wild Things Are takes me back to old, old [elementary] school.

Some movies:
RFAD, Spun, Fight Club, Lost Boys, SLC Punk, Any Tarantino, Idiocracy, Sukiyaki Western Django, Battle Royale, Kickass, Departed, 30 Days of Night, Aliens, Predator, Stargate, Death to Smoochy, Zach and Miri, Clerks1/2, Dogma, Jay Silent Bob, Chasing Amy, Mallrats, Tokyo Zombie, The Fountain, Sin City, What Dreams May Come, The Last Dragon, Without a Paddle, Thirteen Ghosts, Sweeney Todd, The Boys and Girls Guide, Point Break, Pearl Harbor, Lucky # Slevin, Big Fish, The Crow, The Craft, American History X, Terminator. Commando, Jurassic Park, Pirates, Starship Troopers The Great Gatsby
Here are some more: Aliens, Predator, TMNT, Lost Boys, Gremlins, It, The Sandlot, Jurassic Park

"Did dey Misbehave?"

Music:
Sublime, Pepper, Dirty Heads, No Doubt, Incubus, The XX, Foo Fighters, loved old Green Day,
Smashing Pumpkins, NiN, Orgy, A Perfect Circle, Puscifer, Deftones, and Tool...
I like old AFI, MSI, The Transplants, Whole Wheat Bread, Pennywise, Bosstones Bad ReligionChildren of Bodom, She Wants Revenge, xxyyxx. Prodigy, Mt Eden, DJ Santana, Apollo 440, Orbital, AphexTwin.
Smack my what? Juno Reactor
Massive Attack

Aesop Rock, Anamanaguchi, Arctic Monkeys, Assemblage23, Beastmilk (sounds like the Misfits), Black Keys, Bloodhound Gang, Brody Dalle, Cake, Chrvches, CKY, Crystal Castles, Cults, The Cure, Cut Copy, Depeche Mode, DKM, Scroobius, Everclear, The Faint, Garbage, Garmisch, Glitch Mob, Gorillaz, Grimes, Gwen, Gym Class Heroes, Hammock, Hoobastank, Horrorpops, How to Destroy Angels, Hundred in the Hands, Kidneythieves, Lana, LCD Soundsystem, Less than Jake, Local H, Lupe Fiasco, Mars Volta, Matt and Kim, The Neighborhood

My TV List was lost in translation.

Food:
All the places, once here, are now far... far away.
This list is to begin, anew.
The six things I could never do without
Props?
A little bit of soul in everything I do
The best friends in the world
Netflix
A warm blanket
On a typical Friday night I am
Spending some time, learning about Plizzanet Earth!

Friday is predominantly my study night.
If I find myself at home, possibly practicing an instrument, or maybe I am doing something that most everyone else does as well-- watching a couple flicks, reading about wordly affairs, digging into a book, playing a game, chatting with friends, or observing the universe.

I'll likely practice at least one hobby or another, and will periodically make it out to experience something the city offers.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I'm a victim of the human condition.
Yep, some things can just hit you right in the feels.

I'm not a fancy person, and I don't freak out when everything doesn't go according to plan.

I consider myself most like any other person here... but something, I feel, that sets me apart from most is attributable to daring.

...I think it's sometimes charming to be sitting on the cliff of life, glancing downwards to a new and unfamiliar world beneath you.

--Sometimes you just have to dive in.
Worry about the details when they really matter, until then just enjoy the company.

I'm one of those who realizes Pineapple on my pizza just has to happen, from time to time.

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Despite me not trying to be shallow, there are definitely certain physical feature-sets that do it in for me:

Things I appreciate: fit and active.
I unabashedly am not easy to keep up with (both blessing and a curse, but if we can keep up with each other, you'd surely feel the <3), I am not needing someone who lives at the gym; but can't expect to be sufficiently compatible with someone perfectly content in being round- I've worked to stay in the shape I am in. Not to say I didn't have fun while working, but agility is a most-definite must.

***(Seriously, I'm going to be brutally honest here and reiterate this: if you can't see yourself handling a 10 mile hike, which isn't even as tough as it may sound, I couldn't see myself being attracted to your body type. Aside from a compatible personality, mentality, intelligence and style, I NEED someone physically fit and at least moderately active.)***

Height isn't really that important.
A weakness, I have though is unnatural hair colors... I find them cute as f*ck. It's probably a punk thing....

... Being nice WILL get you far.

There's also such a thing as being too wholesome.
An individual falling into such a category is not a good match for me.
My mind is corrupted in worldly ways and I don't find guilt in enjoying the world about me.
I debate religiosity with logic and reason and those who refuse to open their mind to science, logic and reason are free to continuing walking their path of ignorance.

I love the punks and Goths and gamers though, you's good peoples!
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I actually feel accomplished and happy with life.
If I were to die tomorrow (not that I want to), I can honestly say: "Life was amazing, I've been surrounded by great people and I have been fortunate enough to pursue my dreams, I have seen great places, tried fun things, eaten great food, known love and loss-been beaten and broken down... but rose from the cinders, anew.
When I do go... I feel Death by Black Hole would be a fitting way to wrap things up."

I want to camp out under the Borealis.
You should message me if
you are looking for a companion/partner in crime, or good... (I'm pretty decent at that, as well)

... you sing out loud to yourself, just because it's an alright thing to be true to yourself.

... you flow-- I'd love to have a lady to spin with.
... and even just watch.
I find a lot of joy in flow and to have someone who understands and feels that too. An opportunity to experience someones style when moving in fluidity can just be stunningly beautiful.

... you have an inkling suspicion that you could be that lady that I could consistently dream of.

You harbor an adventurous spirit and wouldn't mind sharing some of my hobbies--museums, skating, camping, karaoke, etc--
I have a lot to see.

I dig geeky, sweet, happy ladies.

Though I probably prefer the shy rather than the boisterous.

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... if you feel it'd be worthwhile to say hello, do so.
I usually respond and like to hear how others spend their time living.
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