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My self-summary
I'm going to try to not use any adjectives to describe myself here. I want you start with a blank page. Make your own incorrect assumptions :)
This whole thing is very foreign to me, and I'm not exactly sure what is that I'm trying to accomplish. If some interesting conversation comes from it, then it may be worth it? I dunno.

Sometimes it alarms me with how much we work these days, and how normal it seems to us. I'm in a constant struggle with myself for working too much, and wanting to accomplish more.

I'm a conversationalist, spend plenty of time in my own head, and love talking to people and creating new friendships. Humans are one of many things that fascinate me. I could study human behavior for a living I swear.

I suppose this sort of thing is becoming the social norm these days, and am finally opening up to it. I've remained anti-social media for a while now, and am starting to see the err of some of my ways. However, I still REFUSE to join Facebook. I'm not knocking you, it's just not for me. THIS is a big step for me.

Also, if you don't like tattoos, you should probably move along. just sayin.

All of the women out there who have mirror selfies of themselves and say "no guys with mirror selfies", REALLY make me want to post mirror selfies.
What I’m doing with my life
Acquiring knowledge
Learning from experience

Some other stuff too.
I’m really good at
Pouring an ideal ratio of milk/cereal.
Evaluating character.
Scramble with friends... you can try me if you wanna. Always looking for new opponents.... ooh, and wordchums.
Wordbase!! I'll beat you at that too :)
Coming up with extremely accurate percentages in regards to how sure I am about something.
The first things people usually notice about me
I'm not my favorite thing to keep talking about, but my teeth get complemented often. They're reasonably straight?
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
The Fault in our Stars. Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance. All Souls. Scar Tissue.
I read more non fiction than anything else, and I don't find this boring.

True Romance. Spun. Candy. Inglorius Basterds.The Departed. A History of Violence. Nacho Libre(yep). 25th Hour. Into the Wild(also in books category). Gangs of New York. Scorcese anything.

Bands/Artists: Certified music junkie. Taste is all over the place. I was born into a generation of 90's alt rock, and my musical taste has evolved in strange and delightful ways. Nietzsche said "without music, life is a mistake" and I have to agree with that. I don't feel like making any all-time list, but I love talking about it. I have been a struggling guitar player myself for about ten years, and I still fall in love with certain melodies like a child.


Kerrang chart, too much stitcher radio
Six things I could never do without
A toothbrush and toothpaste.
That is all.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
When is that F'ing light going to turn green?
Meanings of songs, and how others may interpret them.
How small we are.
Where does the time go?
Sex (not as much as I've heard what is supposedly normal for a man).
You should message me if
You aren't a basic bitch.
The two of us