LGBTQ friendly, feminist, and follow the general "don't be a dick" principle in life. It's like Buddhism, but more grounded. Sometimes I use semicolons correctly to turn people on; I'll even throw in the occasional Oxford Comma.
I am excited to make new friends, go on a few dates, and be rude in ways only an ignorant American can.
- When attending Karaoke, have at least one good Karaoke song at your beck and call as it is general etiquette that all attendees contribute at least one smashing performance for the evening, even if the others should suffer. (I generally have 3-5, ranging from the late 80's/early 90's to now)
- Be wary of the following songs: "Ghostbusters", "Love Shack", and "The Final Countdown". Although they may seem like good ideas at the time, they are actually traps and time sinks that harbor tedium in the center of their rotten, evil hearts.
- An inexperienced individual in the group will always queue up "Billy Jean" with no real idea what they are getting into. Be sure that when it comes on, you are ready to pick up the mic and recover the song when 30 seconds in that moment arrives.
- The 90's are the new 80's: Third Eye Blind should not be shameful but celebratory. Limp Bizket though, not so much.
Book: 100 Years of Solitude
Comic Book: Asterios Polyp
Big Dumb Wizz Bang Movie: Wonder Woman
Not Big Dumb Wizz Bang Movie: The Handmaiden
TV: The People vs OJ Simpson
Music: Twin Shadow
Video Games: Got myself a Switch, started playing Zelda Breath of the Wild.
Food: y'all gotta try this
(2) Something Clever
(3) Something Cheesy
(4) Something Non-sequitur
(5) Something Mundane
(6) Something Nerdy
If you have adorable short hair.
If you've got one of those really charming accents and you think Americans have really charming accents.