32 Minneapolis, United States
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My self-summary
Self-summaries are an odd thing. We put what we think will entice other people to respond to us, but is that really accurate to who we are? Or is it just a dumping ground of what we consider our best traits? Is it even our best traits, or simply the ones we notice about ourselves?

What does it say about me that I ask these questions instead of answering them in this little box?
What I’m doing with my life
Working an office job so I can pay my bills and possibly do something fun. "Work to live, not live to work" as they say. When I'm not working, I'm generally playing some manner of game with friends, or going out somewhere to eat. Or there's always the old standby of netflix.
I’m really good at
Cooking, picking the best thing on the menu at a new place, and magic: the gathering. Probably in that order.
The first things people usually notice about me
Definitely the puns. I make a lot of puns, it's my chief export.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I'm hoping against hope for ASoFaI to get a new book, am overly excited about Independence Day 2, should probably watch Jessica Jones at some point, and I'll generally give anything a listen or taste.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Why my personality doesn't translate well to text. How so many people are so comfortable in a society with so many double standards and hypocrisies. What makes people so damned afraid of "deep topics" even among their allegedly close friends. If there's anything I can do with my profile to get a response from anyone, ever.
On a typical Friday night I am
Sitting at home drinking a beer in the dark while singing a very off-key rendition of All By Myself. Sometimes I change it up with some Divinyls. ;)
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
How about an actual private thing admitted for once? Here you go: If I sent you a message, I probably overthought it for nearly a month because I wanted to at least try to make a good first impression, which is nearly impossible online because we lack this like tone, inflection, body language, and so forth. I hate the idea of "playing the numbers game" because that demeans us both as well as the concept of a relationship of any kind.

I am interested in very few people to begin with, and even fewer from a relationship standpoint. So getting any response, even a "sorry no", would be just peaches. Thanks.
You should message me if
You want to actually meet up in the flesh and you have something more to say than "hello". You can do better than that, I believe in you! Bonus points if you're Canadian, because I definitely need to not be in the US anymore.