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My self-summary
This is the part where I manifest a brief marketing blurb telling you how utterly amazing I am. You'll learn all about me. I'm funny, but not too funny, I'm intelligent, but not condescending or pretentious, and I'm sweet, but also frisky and sarcastic. You'll have judged my physical appearance based on the above photographs, and passed judgement on my proverbial book-of-a-person. And, in the midst of all this nonsensical perusing you will perhaps realize (I hope) that every individual's summation of self can be distilled into a small list of clichéd characteristics. One which most people (including you) hold up as the checklist-of-all-checklists of requirements for finding that oh-so-elusive, seemingly impossible "one" (assuming you're not here looking for a pen pal or beneficial friend). You'll of course have the gut reaction that I'm wrong - SURELY one's ideal "person" would stand out more, jump off the page, have that "something" that is necessary for them to be set apart, to make it "click" for you, that instinct that kicks in and urges you to connect... Well, for both of our sakes, I hope you're right.

If you'd like to know something about me, just ask. Listing my personal resume here takes all the fun out of those initial, obligatory "weather conversations".
What I’m doing with my life
Have you seen The Devil Wears Prada? I'm Anne Hathaway. Except for the evil boss part.
I’m really good at
Finding new uses for sour cream (like making sugar cookies), getting stains out of difficult situations, and being a human thesaurus. Also, all those things an ENFJ is inherently skilled at (if that's even an arguable skill).

Fair warning: I am a serious contender when playing board games. There's nothing like a great game of Catan or Cards Against Humanity.
The first things people usually notice about me
My laugh. It's loud and eerily reminiscent of a Disney Villain.

Actually, it's probably my hair. Long, blonde, shiny (blah, blah, blah). But the laugh is definitely cooler.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Beautiful Ruins
Wuthering Heights
The Fault in Our Stars
A Song of Ice and Fire Series

Indiana Jones (...except for the most recent one- it doesn't count)
Breakfast at Tiffany's
Arsenic and Old Lace

Not many, but I'm a fan of HBO and other miniseries, specifically...
Game of Thrones
The Knick
Anything Ellen shows up on randomly
Documentaries narrated by David Attenborough or Morgan Freeman

Everything except for hard core and ghetto rap. Last time I checked, I have over two weeks worth of music on my iTunes (maybe I should start illegally downloading things...). I'm a singer, and play woodwind instruments. Love, love, love many things (that are actual music).

Pancakes with peanut buttter
Anything with cinnamon in it
Six things I could never do without
I could do without quite a lot, but I'm most spoiled to the following:

Hot showers
Reminder app on my phone
Baseball and SEC football (Roll Tide)
My pillow
White noise
I spend a lot of time thinking about
If my theory on the delayed adolescence of the male gender is entirely accurate. So far, my hypothesis has been sustained. Care to challenge me?

Oh - and why seemingly every attractive man I encounter is an Auburn fan.
On a typical Friday night I am
Hanging out with my friends, reading a book, watching a movie, making a mattress slide down the stairs, at a braves game, or any other random assortment of things. If it's raining, you'll probably find me on the couch with friends playing Settlers of Catan or Cards Against Humanity.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
In spite of the fact that you may not believe it, I cannot ride a bicycle. Never learned.

Also, the only chocolate things I like are fudge brownies and fresh-from-the-oven chocolate chip cookies. I have no clue what all the hype is.
You should message me if
You love dogs, kids, and can string together a sentence that's at least marginally cohesive.

Oh, and if you're still experiencing bouts of delayed adolescence without the necessary undertones of nostalgia required of a full-fledged man, please don't waste either of our time.
The two of us