26 Boston, United States
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My self-summary

I'm just barely interested in sleeping with individuals these days.

I answered all my match questions when i was like 21 which is why i come across like a horny beacon of sin.

Someone I dated briefly once told me: "I like to think that I'm detached and introverted but compared to you I feel clingy." I don't think any of my long term partners would identify with that statement, though.

I don't live in Boston anymore but you get shit awful results if you list the specific suburb you live in.

I have a history of both monogamous and non-monogamous relationships, the latter being more recent.
What I’m doing with my life
Dropped up out of art-school, trying to support myself while working for one of the best craft breweries in the state, eating tacos, wearing mostly stretch pants, watching a lot of conspiracy "documentaries" on netflix, creating much less than i would like to, and obsessing over my ex-boyfriend's dog in a way that really points to mental illness.
I’m really good at
Making baked mac and cheese.
Letting friendships fall by the wayside.
Whatever the active verb form of "sardonic" is.
Empowering you to break up with someone.
Drinking beer.
Talking about beer.
Pretending that I'm not exactly the type of beer-douche that I hate.
Waking up before I'd like to.
The first things people usually notice about me
almost certainly not my smile.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I listen to podcasts way more than I read or even watch TV these days- MBMBaM, The Adventure Zone, Rose Buddies, SYSK, SMNTY, Trends Like These, Sawbones, Nightvale, etc. If you're

My favorite book is probably The Unbearable Lightness of Being.

My favorite movies are Moonstruck, Clue, and Wayne's World.

I dont listen to much music beyond my Jackson 5 and Latin Jazz pandora stations.

I was an extremely picky child and a teen with an eating disorder so I never loved food until my 20's. My go-tos are comfort food but I love trying out new places to eat.
The six things I could never do without
- my ability to laugh at myself and the world
- a stovetop
- easy and safe access to birth-control and abortions
- chapstick
- google
- pillows
I spend a lot of time thinking about
- how much self-loathing is a reasonable amount of self-loathing
- how writing about yourself in a way that you hope is off-putting can read as lovably quirky these days
- beer
- where and what i'm going to eat next
- how much direction i require in order to feel like i have a grasp on work and whether or not that means i'm fit to be someone who leads
- how our culture informs the way we perceive our own mental illnesses
- how to get a tattoo dedicated to the movie Moonstruck that isn't cheesy
- how strangers' and friends' behavior towards me changed as I gained weight over the past few years and what that means for my sense of self
- the timeline of life events from our teenage years- 30's that America seems to have agreed on and why it's so pervasive despite everyone telling you that "you have so much time"
On a typical Friday night I am
doing yoga then casually drinking at home or in the wild, or driving to Maine so I don't have to lay eyes on any motherfuckers for two whole days. Falling asleep by 10:30 pm.
You should message me if
You're the type of person who doesn't fucking talk in a movie theatre.

You genuinely want to teach me how to lift weights (not a euphemism) or invite me to observe your D&D game (definitely not a euphemism).

You sometimes feel like one giant stretch-mark.

On the subject of friends- I'm especially interested in meeting and trying to build friendships with other young/youngish queer women (which shouldn't discourage everyone else), extra points if you're bisexual or pansexual or somewhere along or outside of the spectrum.

Also, the likelihood of me responding to one-liner messages is really slim. So just don't bother.