coriandre27
28 Salem, United States
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My self-summary
I'm a goddamn delight.

I have lots of rad smart interesting friends, am close with my family, own several pairs of wool socks, eat my vegetables, and even exercise occasionally. That said, I'm also kind of a shit show! Mostly in the sense that I'm pathologically late to everything and almost always have chipped nail polish and can never find important documents. But I'm reliably kind and intermittently funny and won't ever be mean to you on purpose.

I don't really suuuuuuper care about finding a partner right now, I'm more worried about the impending fascist regime and how to dismantle it, but like, someone to cuddle while the world burns doesn't sound like the worst thing ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
What I’m doing with my life
Thinking about finishing my French degree Or switching to another major (read: being a college dropout). Working an excellent chill job at a float tank place. Hanging out at pubs. Trying to be a better and more intersectional feminist. Tromping around in the woods. Developing my witchy powers. Learning to levitate. Seizing the memes of production.
I’m really good at
most things involving language
finding things that other people lose
making music with various implements
being late to everything
holding my liquor
not panicking in dire situations
dancing like a fool
writing song parodies
The first things people usually notice about me
My hair is blonde and curly and there's a lot of it. I get told I have a great smile with some frequency.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: Margaret Atwood, Richard Brautigan, Borges, Jane Austen, Nancy Mitford, P.G Wodehouse, Daniel Pinkwater, Stephen Fry. Salinger because I'm still an angsty teenager (but not catcher in the rye). Also Tom Stoppard and Samuel Beckett. And Calvin and Hobbes is one of the great literary masterworks of our time.

Movies: Lots. I'm into old movies and indie and/or foreign films in a strictly amateurish way. Lately I've been re-watching 60s psychedelic movies like Cult of the Damned. Costume dramas and Austen adaptations for days. What We Do in the Shadows.

TV: broad city, parks and rec, the mighty boosh, house of cards, mad men, adventure time, weird BBC shows, shitty reality TV

Music: Animal Collective, the Beatles, Dylan, the Builders and the Butchers, Donovan, Fleet Foxes, Gogol Bordello, the Magnetic Fields, Missy Elliott, the Mountain Goats, Neutral Milk Hotel, Onra, P Funk, Silver Apples, Sufjan Stevens, the Velvet Underground, Violent Femmes. Rootsy folky stuff, dirgey repetitive psychedelic shit, nordic roots music.

Food: indian and thai. mango. ginger. coconut. cilantro. basil. croissants. sweet potatoes. small bristly caterpillars.
The six things I could never do without
1. a beat
2. trees
3. books
4. love
5. water to swim in
6. esprit
I spend a lot of time thinking about
- whatever I'm reading
- people I love
- butts
- delicious combinations of things to eat and drink
- smashing the patriarchy
- the moon
On a typical Friday night I am
Working late, then going out with friends to drink wine or whiskey and yell about various topics. Discussing anything from poop to politics with equal amounts of humor, passion, and volume.

Also Netflix. Lots of Netflix.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I have a deep and abiding hatred for canadian bacon. It's the worst.
You should message me if
- you want to drink wine and catch up on Downton Abbey with me
- you are a feminist
- you know some good lightbulb jokes
- I make your little heart go pitter-pat

but mainly you should message me if you think we would get along and you are a kind person.
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