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My self-summary
Almost-native. Witty, self-aware, and generally a pretty relaxed person. I grew up in Texas, Japan, and Colorado--quite an interesting mash-up. I was exposed to a ton of vastly different cultures growing up, which not only sparked my travel bug but I think shaped me into an accepting and curious person. Seven years in Miami taught me to appreciate this fabulous state!
I’m really good at
Skeeball, reading people, doing yoga but not taking pictures of it, writing, water-related activities, napping, empathy, not taking this site too seriously.
The first things people usually notice about me
Sunglasses? Smile? Riding crop?

I probably look just like your [cousin/coworker/best friend from seventh grade].
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I double majored in film and creative writing, so obviously I like these things. But this is like asking me to pick a favorite child, so I'm just going to put a few favorites...

Books/Authors: Middlesex, Cutting for Stone, Bonfire of the Vanities, Mary Roach, Stephen King, Ernest Hemingway, Chuck Palahniuk

Movies: Sandlot. Done. OK fine, there's more, it's just too much--let's save this one for later. (Bam, built-in conversation starter.)

Shows: Arrested Development, Breaking Bad, Portlandia, the new Wet Hot American Summer, anything HBO, minus most recent season of True Detective. Someone seriously dropped the ball with that one.

Music: Here's my cliche response: I believe almost any genre has the possibility of producing "good" music--except maybe polka, I don't like polka. Alabama Shakes, Shakey Graves, Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Otis Redding, alt-J, Sam Cooke, Gramatik, Childish Gambino, Sublime, CCR, Robert Johnson.

Food: All of it except tomatoes. I hate tomatoes (but I wish I didn't, it's super inconvenient).

Other: TED talks, NPR, Louis CK, Alphonse Mucha, Radiotopia podcasts, Book of Mormon* (The musical. Definitely not the book.)
Six things I could never do without
A sense of humor
My family and friends (let's say that include smy animals)
Nature/sunshine--I'm solar powered
Ceiling fans
I spend a lot of time thinking about
What shapes people?
Do I feel like washing my hair today?
The plasticity of the human brain. Whoa.
Online dating etiquette. Like, if you send me a message and tell me you want to pay me for sex, does a simple "fuck off" suffice? Or is it cool to just not answer?
On a typical Friday night I am
Teaching and/or taking a yoga class. Exploring all this delightful city has to offer. Netflix and chill, with my cat.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
David Sedaris is my spirit animal.
You should message me if
You're emotionally intelligent and open-minded

You want to talk books, movies, travel

The word "irregardless" makes you want to punch someone in the face

You're looking for that Sunday kind of love
The two of us