27Denver, United States
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What I’m doing with my life
Using my English degree to its fullest running a pretty successful dog walking and pet sitting business. I'm also successfully procrastinating at writing a kid's book.
I’m really good at
Tripping over my own feet. Describing how situations would be funnier if we were cartoons. Trivia games. Tree climbing, which kind of defies the first thing...

Also, I got a minor in Women's studies and basically had a second minor in media studies, so those are both put to good use when I watch tv/movies or have to deal with cisdudes who think they own the world.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: I appreciate most genres though sci-fi and social satires often make it to the top of the list. Currently though I am actively reading more books by people who aren't cis white dudes because it's nice to have some variety.

Movies: I own a massive collection of VHS tapes (they are super cheap at thrift stores and I have the appropriate player) and a fair amount of DVDs. Watching movies and TV shows are how I spend a good amount of my time and analyzing and having conversations about them is a favorite pastime. Listing favorites though is not something that is done easily because so many caveats must be placed before the list is listed.

Shows: Cartoons. Some other things too. My love of cartoons seems to be of particular interest to many adults I talk to though since apparently you're supposed to grow out of that phase.

Music: Mostly I listen to podcasts, but I have been playing the Hamilton soundtrack on repeat recently.

Food: Pizza. Other things too, except mushrooms and olives.
Six things I could never do without
1. Funny words.
A. because of spelling
B. because of meaning
2. The Argyle pattern.
(to be continued when my computer isn't on the verge of death...)
I spend a lot of time thinking about
weird things like robot janitors who are disgruntled with their current work situations, so they decide to unionize. But this is challenged by their 1%-er boss (since this is set at an Ivy League university where people who work at the university and don't work in the football programs make a significantly smaller amount of money annually), who isn't super down with the workers' rights deal. This whole situation goes on to end in an pistols-at-dawn style duel that evolves into a whole utopian society through various circumstances concerning a archetypal hero who is bound by fate to keep on truckin'.

so yeah, that's an example of how I think, if you don't sometimes want to hear me ramble about things in that same style, it's probably not going to work out.
On a typical Friday night I am
Probably working. The pet sitting gig keeps me somewhat occupied most weekends. But it is a flexible job that allows me to do walks, then do other stuff, and then go back to the dogs.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I hate the letter I.
You should message me if
you want to?
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