DungnsNDrgquens
27 Carlton, Australia
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My self-summary
I just moved to Melbourne from Sydney and I would love for you to show me around and give me a local's perspective.

I'm nerdy, friendly, calculating, hopeful, and doing just fine. I'm a planner looking to meet a doer for adventures, I'll bring the snacks and sunscreen. I'm pretty sure I'm supposed to say something about being laid back or my Myers-Briggs here, but no thank you. I'm well beyond being self conscious or embarrassed, I'm here to enjoy it, whatever that means today. I'm always up for a new experience, that's mostly what I'm looking for right now.

I recently moved to Australia from the US and am thus mercurial, excitable, and smile too much.
What I’m doing with my life
I moved to Australia for a change of scenery and an exciting adventure. I am not really sure how this is going to all go. And that's okay.

If you know anyone sponsoring, let me know.
I’m really good at
Information recall, simple life hacks, and listening. But also talking. Very good at talking.

Living in the space in between.

Seeming like someone you've known for years after a week.
The first things people usually notice about me
That I am trying to read the title of the book they are reading on the train.

Alternatively, how incredibly femme I am. Bows, dresses, and makeup every day. I dress like I'm going somewhere nice to get drunk on a porch. One of my very good friends just saw me in pants for the first time.

I am very excited to be here.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: Perks of Being a Wallflower, anything by Augusten Burroughs or Neil Gaiman, long standing love affair with Harry Potter, I'm currently chipping away at the Discworld books. I'm a fan of most things written in first person. I have a lot of small library fines. Also, rule books for tabletop RPGs, very important.

Movies: Oh no, so many. American Beauty, Remember the Titans, V for Vendetta, Lord of the Rings, Secretary, The Mummy, Soul Food, Up, Timer, Se7en. Anything with Kevin Spacey. Most things with super heroes. Some Asian horror. Deep abiding love of Disney. Drop Dead Gorgeous is entirely underrated.

Shows: Game of Thrones, Buffy, BSG, Rick and Morty, Broad City, Supernatural, 6 Feet Under, Dexter, Gossip Girl, Dr. Who, Sherlock, Bojack Horseman, 30 Rock, OITNB, most cartoons for adults (and a fair amount that aren't).

Music: Amanda Palmer, PWR BTTM, Regina Spector, The Front Bottoms, Jim Croce, Arlo Guthrie, Simon and Garfunkel, Garfunkel and Oates, Jenny Lewis, anything I can dance to, sadboy songs to make me cry, Broadway musicals, and the sound of Chicago at night.

Food: Fish, avocado, Pad Thai, tortillas, fruit snacks, this is a terrible question. Hold the tomatoes. Update: I'm working on the tomatoes thing. Second update: it's going as one would expect.
The six things I could never do without
I don't really want to find out. Having more than 6 things has been working out just peachy.

I wonder why they picked six though? Five is nice and round. Seven's lucky. Why six?
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Getting things done. Which is prohibitive to getting things done. Writing. Can I make that into something else? The most efficient way to preform every single task. Where did I get that injury? Punctuation. Table top roleplaying games. Where did I leave my...? Organizing. Why do these profiles always mention "no dog Snapchat filter"? ...Oh my gosh, people are actually doing that. Everyone needs to go outside. My next big idea. Pokemon. What to do on a typical Friday night.
On a typical Friday night I am
Grocery shopping. Have you ever been to the grocery store on a friday night? There's like 10 people. It's the most relaxed time to shop, that's my gift to you.

Or, you know, out drinking, hanging around with friends, watching B movies, reading, not watching Netflix in bed.

Recently, running a campaign for some Sydney friends.

More recently, trying to make friends in Melbourne. I never got past the kindergarten version of "I like you, let's be friends" and apparently adults do not like that.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
There is a hole in my heart that Robin Williams used to fill.

Neil Gaiman tweeted at me. Twice.

I'm reading your profile for book suggestions.
You should message me if
If you want to play board games or go to a new restaurant or talk for a long time. Or if you'd like to be in my next one shot (or even if you just know what that means). Or if you have other suggestions.

You think sitting on the couch watching cartoons or reading sounds just as fun as going out to dinner somewhere new or a street festival. And you want to experience both.

You have a car and want to take me to the woods (and definitely not murder me).

You think pizza and beer sounds like a romantic first date.

You want to go on a first date.

You don't want to go on a first date.

Get at me before I walk into traffic playing Pokemon GO.

In the words of Margaret Cho, but not Cheap Trick, I want you to want me. Send me a real message.

Tip: I use the like/star button a lot, so it's easy to find out if I'm interested.
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