30West Lafayette, United States
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My self-summary
Eccentric, in one word, is the best way to describe me. My personality is filled with all sorts of quirks and oddities, making me unpredictable, and I have a tendency to frighten those who are less open minded. I can be shy at first, but once you get to know me I have a habit of saying whatever is on my mind...

I am sarcastic, and I love to antagonize others in a playful sense. Mischievous and demented suite me well. When it comes down to it though, I am a loyal friend, and a good listener. I am the one who is trying my best to help my friends.

In short, I am an odd mischievous person who is very loyal to those he cares about.
What I’m doing with my life
I am writing a novel, which consists mostly of hating what I write, and continuing to do it anyways because it is the only way I will get better. Writing is something I lost touch with after high school, and I am glad to have it back.
I’m really good at
I am surprisingly charismatic bastard when I want to be, and by when I want to be, I mean when my brain wants to play ball. I try my best to make people laugh, and I like to think that I'm pretty good at it.
The first things people usually notice about me
My sarcasm and wit. I can be quite the sarcastic jerk at times, but a lovable sarcastic jerk none the less. Physically, I'd have to say its my constant grin.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Music: Lately I've been listening to an eclectic mix of things. I typically listen to whatever suits me at the time. This includes a lot of post rock (Sigur Ros, 65daysofstatic, Godspeed you black emperor!) but I also listen to stuff like Florence and the Machine, The Protomen, Foster the People, and Ke$ha. I've also been addicted to the song Paper Planes by M.I.A. I don't get to decide these things...

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Books: I like science fiction, and thrillers. I look for interesting ideas in books. Accelerando by Charles Stross is one of my my most recent favorites. I also love Brave New World by Aldous Huxley. Both of those books are oozing with ideas, and make you question where we are going as a society. Oh, and I love books like Dresden Files, Chuck Palahniuk novels, and Neil Stephenson. I am looking to expand my reading horizons though, so if you've got any recommendations, I'd love to hear them.

Television: I find TV can't hold my attention much nowadays. I do not watch a lot of TV. I'd rather be reading, writing, or gaming in my spare time. A couple shows I do really like are Doctor Who and Community, but both of those shows have went in directions I don't care much for. (Screw you Chevy Chase for getting Dan Harmon fired from his own show...)

Food: I'm addicted to reubens. I went a week straight eating them once. Corn beef was on sale that week! Honestly though, there is very little I will not eat. I'll try anything at least once so that I can come to the conclusion that I wish it was a reuben.

Gaming: I've cut back on it lately, focusing more on writing and reading, but gaming, both traditional and digital, is still something I love. I love to play board games, and sometimes I will just lose myself in a really good video game. Most recently this was Bioshock Infinite. I grew up on Pokemon, and find I still love those games to death.
Six things I could never do without
1. My friends
2. My family
3. Either my desktop or laptop. I need something to write with. I find that my penmanship is too slow for my ideas. I need a keyboard.
4. My phone. My phone has everything. Books, music, information. If it were easier to write with, I wouldn't need object 3
7. Wat... Oh god I can't have seven!
I spend a lot of time thinking about
My own little worlds, crafting better lies to make them more believable. Through my lies I hope that people can find truth, or at least be entertained.
On a typical Friday night I am
Participating in a secret society, sharing dark secrets about the witchcraft I dabble in.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
A southern baptist once asked me how I knew that I was bisexual in that obvious tone that means that she pities this strange, lost creature. I responded with

"Because I've had a dick in my ass and liked it."

I had to leave that house shortly thereafter, because someone was going to get a gun to shoot me. I occasionally lead an interesting life.
You should message me if
If you are looking for something a little different go ahead and shoot me a message.
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