I'm not entirely opposed to relationshipping, but I'm tired of going on dates that feel like really aggressive job interviews. "What are your strengths and weaknesses? What are your salary requirements? Are you a cop? You have to tell me if you are!"
And ffs, don't ask "What are you looking for?" in the first ten minutes of a date. If I knew the answer to that, I probably wouldn't be sitting at this shitty coffee shop playing twenty questions with a stranger I met on the internet.
Movie adaptations of Nicholas Sparks' books give me hives. I hate grass. It smells weird and it makes me itchy. I like cats and kittens. Dogs are on a case by case basis. I like fish but they're horrible to cuddle with and no fun to pet. I like babies because they're not really people yet. I hate teenagers because they're all the worst parts of people mushed into a pimple-riddled, angst-fueled bag of asshole.
(No, really. Trust me.)
Also: being hilarious, verbally assaulting strangers, creating elaborate fantasy worlds in my head, obsessing about things I have no control over, answering asinine questions on dating websites, ruining poignant moments, sleeping.
I imagine at some point people notice that I am a person. More specifically, a lady person.
Also cause I get nervous and scream "I'M A LADY!" on occasion.
Currently reading "The Gunslinger" and "American Gods." (See: minimal attention span.)
Hands-down favorite movie: Aliens.
Horror movies overall. However, I like just about any movie except romantic comedies and "chick flicks." And Disney movies are on a very case-by-case basis because holy fucking hell, talk about depressing.
I don't have cable, so I'm usually unaware of or significantly behind on current shows. The Walking Dead being the only exception.
Atmosphere, Sage Francis, Ghost, Electric Six, Panic! at the Disco, Mayday!, The Protomen, Lana Del Rey, Phantogram. Lately I've been listening to Big Boi and She Wants Revenge ad nauseum.
I like all the foods. I do not discriminate against foods. Sushi and Italian are probably my faves.
Newt (my cat).
Macaroni & cheese.
These are not in any particular order.
(If your answer involves significant over-analysis or a treatise on how people are too reliant on things and the only things we really need are food, oxygen, blah blah, etc., I'm giving you some serious side-eye.)
I also wonder who the first person was to decide we needed to mow our lawns.
... you have strong feels about things which you think I may also have strong feels about.
... you know better than to mention your dick in casual conversation.
... you're looking for a new partner in your never-ending quest to conquer the world of competitive ice dancing.
... you're Andy Kaufman.