but seriously, that would mean free healthcare for you and a green card for me. and love and a lifetime of adventures, if immigration is asking.
i'm an only child, too independent for my own good. looking to learn to share my me time with good rad people who can help me get over my case of commitmentphobia.
while i have commitment issues, i have the opposite of intimacy issues. i guess i'm trying to find a good middle ground--sharing some good coupley moments for longer than a second that mean more than nothing, but less than eternity. while i'm looking for something longer term, i'm not looking for something serious. ever. it should still be fun after all, right?
in short-- i wanna be adored by someone adorable, that i can adore, and be adorable with.
or at least make it a better place.
i give a shit about things and you should too. it is not cool to be too cool to give a shit.
carving out my world in echo park.
being a bleeding heart without bleeding all over you.
inciting group hugs and happy birthday singing.
ingesting deathly spicy foods without breaking a sweat.
i have a really good grasp of the english language.
you immediately feel so tall standing by me.
i've offended you somehow, but you're laughing so it's ok?
i have really pretty hair.
you can't tell if i'm being sarcastic or sincere. me neither.
going out during the week is way more fun. as is keeping it chill during the weekend.
but only ironically.
please, don't tell anyone.
less ironically, i have a major case of relationship aspergers, complicated by my simultaneous commitmentphobia and intimacy mania. i know what i'm about and want (semi-committed non-monogamy), but less so about how to get it. nor what you want, and if you even get what i'm going for. and frankly, i'm ok with it because i like determining my own rules and figuring it out as we go along-- i'm not interested in having relationships like every other out there, even if what i desire is something longer term.
my biggest challenge is finding other people that are endeared to my aspyness and can complement it. my next biggest challenge is trying to figure out how to sustain connections longterm without taking things too seriously (or rather, preemptively freaking out about things getting too serious when 'serious' is the last thing i want things to be). how does it happen? (not a rhetorical question.)
you have a similar mild case of relationship aspergers and want to [co]write (y)our own rules.
you want to co-found a creative collective, where i write while you do whatever it is that makes you happy.
you are a traveler. an international, more specifically. it's nice to be reminded of non-american ideologies. and the accents are more charming.
and if you got balls. and know how to use em.
if you wanna make plans to hang out without seeing if we have any sorta intellectual (dare i say emotional?) foundation for enjoying each other's company. it's the chemistry litmus test, i know. but those are easy to cheat on, so let's study each other first k?
i'm down to meet people who can pique my interest and engage me, but i am not actively seeking. i don't have time for more revolving door relationships that seem endemic to l.a. so i may not respond if that's the vibe i get. i'm probably not even going to click on you if you don't write anything that clicks with me. but i commend you for trying. good luck!
this is the most high maintenance i'll ever get. promise.