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My self-summary
I love a good story.

I am not this succinct in person.
What I’m doing with my life
I write about things. Really.
I’m really good at
Writing. Again, really.
Making people laugh.
Drifting off (It doesn't make much sense, I know).
The first things people usually notice about me
The top of my head.

Or that I am sarcastic. Which they just love.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: Anything by Neil Gaiman (except maybe Anansi Boys, that was shiite), no one makes me laugh like Terry Pratchett, no one makes me cry like Murakami (yes, I do say things like that in real life). Those are the staples. Creation by Gore Vidal kept me company on one of those epic trips in search of myself. I'm still looking. I also enjoy Julian Barnes, Paul Auster, Dystopian novels, Siri Hustvedt, Bill Bryson (Ok I think I'm done with name-dropping for now). Ummm I'm also kind of a fantasy geek so... Wheel of Time, A Song of Ice and Fire (Years before the TV Show came out. I'm legit like that.), Patrick Rothfuss, Tigana.

Music: Glen Hansard, Damien Rice, The Killers, Pink Floyd, Regina Spektor, The Civil Wars, Adele, Anna Nalick, The Replacements, Bon Iver, Robert Francis, Paolo Nutini, Train, Snow Patrol, Dream Theatre...

Movies: The Motorcycle Diaries, The Beginners, Lars and the Real Girl, Cheesy John Hughes classics =)
The six things I could never do without
My imagination. It keeps me company when it's cold outside.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Punctuation. Period.

Update: How men who wear skinny jeans are taking "getting into her pants" a little too literally. Ok, yeah I didn't come up with that but I really (x10) agree with the sentiment.
On a typical Friday night I am
Torrent and chill.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I have a tattoo of Hobbes from 'Calvin and Hobbes' on my right shoulder. If you mistake him for 'tigger', I'll silently judge you.

I've seen Breakfast Club and St Elmo's Fire at least 10 times. It's like an annual thing.
You should message me if
You fancy some interesting conversation over tea. Or just tea.