33 Bangor, United States
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My self-summary
I'm ridiculously enthusiastic and often dance, flit, and skip while simultaneously managing to be cynical. I am fiercely loyal and protective. I love to cook and have an affinity for freshly dried herb. I am an enthusiastic reader, falling in love with authors and bingeing on entire catalogs when I discover a new one . I am passionate about movies and music, but terrible at remembering any and all titles and names involved. My two ginger cats, Mr. Crash and Mr. Floyd are absolutely the coolest kitties you'll ever meet. I take old things and new things and make them into other things. I am more critical of my own errors (especially written ones) than I am of others'.
What I’m doing with my life
My 9-5 involves bodily fluids, trying to be nice to nurses, and paperwork.
My off time is split between exploring Maine, pretending I'm an artist, and watching tv with my cats.
I’m really good at
getting the giggles.
bumping into things.
maximizing awkwardness.
inducing food commas.
messing up the lyrics.
over analyzing/complicating.
brightening days.
improving things.
standing on one foot.
making tacos.
finding things.
losing things.
nonverbal communication.
being right.
playing coy.
recognizing beauty.
comforting people.
The first things people usually notice about me
Usually the hair, or my missing tooth.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I'm a geek with diverse interests, a lazy streak, and an even larger streak of mischievousness.

"I would so hate to be a first-person character! Always on your guard, always having people read your thoughts."

"Last night there seemed to be a chance. Anything was possible last night. That was the trouble with last nights. They were always followed by this mornings."

"I can be most colorful and inventive when I'm angry."

"Keep passing the open windows."

"It has been said that civilization is 24 hours and two meals from barbarism."

"There are three stages in scientific discovery. First people deny that is true, then they deny that it is important; finally the credit the wrong person."

"Who knows where thoughts come from? They just appear."

"When your thing gets wild, chilly down. Chilly down."

"You wanna play some word games or do some experiments on me, or anything?"

"And then there's the Family fucking Circus, bottom right-hand corner, just waiting to suck."

Food.... all the food
The six things I could never do without
My people and my cats.
My art supplies and my kitchen supplies.
Stars and trees and buzzed lake swimming on warm summer nights.
Fruit and ice cream.
Alone time.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Perspective and how greatly it changes things.
On a typical Friday night I am
Planning Saturday adventures and relaxing.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Varies from day to day and person to person.
You should message me if
*you want to join me on late night adventures to photograph a wonderfully creepy doll in public places.
*you like challenges.
*you geek out hard and can share your knowledge
*you want someone to spend rainy days reading and listening to records with. (and you can provide the records and player. I can offer kitties for literary cuddles in return)
*you think you can give me the overwhelming giggles.
*you enjoy pseudo-logical debates that hash out the minute details of obscenely absurd plans.
*you want to buy me coffee. I will always say yes to coffee. However, I once dumped a coffee in my own lap in order to end a date. While I like to think I've matured in the decade since that happened, I can't make any guarantees.