Also, I don't have a lot of selfies of me doing shit for a couple reasons; first being my fucking arms don't work (it's okay to laugh, frankly if you don't we probably will have a hard time being friends), and second because I would much rather tell people about my life than show them. I feel like you can get a much better idea of who a person is by interacting with them.
TL:DR: I'm 28 and my arms and legs don't work. I do stand up comedy and I'm going back to school for a degree in psychology. I write. I'm in a documentary. I have a really dark sense of humor.
I love doing standup comedy. Recently, I have been thinking about renting out a club and recording my own CD. My sense of humor could be described as dark. Like back of the short bus dark. I know, that is terrible to say, I'm not exactly at the front of the line getting into heaven, but let's be honest, if there really is a stairway to heaven, I'm fucked.
I am a writer. Kind of. I have been working on a novel for about 10 years, so if you want to get technical I'm not really a writer because I a) haven't finished it and b) don't write to share, I do it more as a personal hobby. That being said I do love to read, and I like reading books with people and discussing them.
I'm about to go back to school and get my BS in psychology. Ideally, I would like to work with newly disabled individuals (specifically veterans or injured individuals).
And last, but not least.
My best friend and I are the main subjects in a documentary about living with a neuromuscular disease. Basically, they are following around two cripples for a few years and seeing how we do shit (spoiler alert, we don't do stairs, and we are both really fucking poor-that's why I'm looking for love, because someone once said you're never poor if you are in love, and I am an idiot and believe it). It has actually been a really cool experience.
As far as movies go I like documentaries and comedies.
Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Miles Davis, Nirvana, John Coltrane, Pearl Jam. I know that everyone says things like 'I like everything but country', but I actually do like everything but country. Jazz music, classical, everything.