32Brooklyn, United States
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My self-summary
I don't think I've ever turned down a slice of pizza and I can't remember the last time I went anywhere without my headphones in my ears. I've been told that I'm funny, but it could also just be that most people are incredibly boring.

I also want to change my okcupid name to "zonapeligrosa", "laabogadamala", or literally anything else, but I don't want to pay for it.
What I’m doing with my life
Having very strong feelings about lots of useless things, like endnotes vs. footnotes, gorgonzola, and unsalted butter (all things for sociopaths and Nazis).
I’m really good at
cooking most things, reiterating movie lines after having seen it only once, making friends with strangers, backing into parking spots, and being a terrible influence on others.
The first things people usually notice about me
My hair - there's TONS of it, it's all over the place, and I've been told that it's the easiest way to find me in a crowd. Followed closely by my teeth (I smile a lot).
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I have a lot of books that I love, but I think A Tree Grows in Brooklyn is my all-time favorite. I re-read it every few years and I STILL CRY even though I know exactly what's going to happen. I also love the Saxon Stories, A Song of Ice and Fire, American Gods, A Peoples History of the United States, and Shalimar the Clown. I'm currently reading The Ultimate Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, The Last Lion, Wolf Hall, and I, Claudius. Suggestions are welcome.

TV: 30 Rock, The Inbetweeners, The Office, Parks and Rec, Community, Archer, Downton Abbey, Misfits, Game of Thrones, Brooklyn Nine Nine, Rome, The League, Happy Endings (RIP), Sons of Anarchy, Doctor Who, Little Britain, SNL from the mid-90's through the late 2000's, The West Wing and basically anything Aaron Sorkin has ever written. I've just started Star Trek: The Next Generation from the beginning, so I may or may not be leaving my room for the next 4 months.

Music: Garbage, The Smiths, Jay-Z, Coldplay, Garth Brooks, The Beatles, Fitz and the Tantrums, Etta James, Kaiser Chiefs, Janelle Monae, Frank Sinatra, Charles Bradley, The Virgins, Mark Ronson, Buena Vista Social Club, Emeli Sande.
Six things I could never do without
I would say my family and friends, but they aren't "things".

A smartphone, and I'm not ashamed to admit it.

Down blankets.

Something to read.

Single malt scotch, although Jameson has been my go-to since most places have it and it's much easier than asking for a list.


Flip flops (I never quite readjusted to wearing shoes like a real person).
I spend a lot of time thinking about
What I'm going to eat next.
On a typical Friday night I am
Out too late and making the mental transition from "This was a terrible idea" to "It's only 3 am, X is a perfectly reasonable thing for me to do" and convincing everyone of the same.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Is not something I'm willing to tell a bunch of strangers on the internet. That being said, I'm kind of ashamed to admit that I've been "reading" Midnight's Children for the last 3 years. I just can't get through it.

I shouldn't be judgmental when people type "ur" instead of "your", "cuz" instead of "because", etc., but I'm definitely judging you. Just a little bit.

I'm not a big fan of pictures, so it took me a long time to find some where I wasn't visibly intoxicated or that were actually shots of me and not just pictures of food.

I spent an entire day watching movie about aging assassins who come out of retirement to seek revenge on people who have wronged them. Also there are a surprising amount of movie that fir this description. I regret nothing!
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