satyesu
25 Wyoming, United States
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My self-summary
Creativity has always been part of my life. I’ve never finished any of the “novels” I started as a bairn, but I Iove inviting people into my fantasies. I’m fascinated by language. It allows us to explore other conscious beings. How cool is that? That’s not the only philosophical idea I examine. Even if no one else finds it worthwhile I want to know who we are.

I want to find a woman as faithful as I. To me, intelligence and wit are more attractive than typical ideas of “sexiness.” I’m not looking for a hook-up and won’t have intercourse at all unless I'm ready for a kid. Of course a good sense of humor is important in my match. My humor has been called witty, sarcastic, goofy, and bizarre. Creativity is welcome, too – a fascination with life beyond the superficial and reveling in it.

If I messaged you and you stop reading this here, please do me the courtesy of letting me know you're uninterested.
What I’m doing with my life
I dream of being a writer (well, a paid one). My career plan is to try to get hired as a librarian, copyeditor, or author.
I’m really good at
Science, English, trivia, Catchprase, puzzles, unintentional arson...
The first things people usually notice about me
Maybe that I like five-dollar words, sarcasm, odd jokes, and correcting people's grammar (even if it's only in my head).
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
(in the order I thought of them)
Books, especially ones with complex, deep characters and plots.
Fantasy: Brandon Sanderson, the Harry Potter series
Sci-fi: Philip K. Dick is a genius. Orson Scott Card.
Humor: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
Classics: 1984, To Kill a Mockingbird. (You know what you get when you cross classic lit with alcohol?
Tequila mockingbird!)
Poetry that shows you something new about something you already know or something you already know about something new. Emily Dickinson, e. e. cummings

Movies: Casablanca, 12 Angry Men, Les Miserables (I haven't seen the new one, though.), The Sixth Sense, Unbreakable, Signs, The Village, Once, The Incredibles. Action, thrillers, classics, (clean) comedy, and indie flicks.

Music: old Evanescence, Paramore, Breaking Benjamin, Hey Monday, The Hush Sound, Blue October, classical, movie soundtracks, techno/trance/electronica, and dubstep. I'll think about it all day if it's lyrically interesting and my subconscious won't let it go if it's catchy.

Food: Yes. But seriously, Italian, Chinese, Mexican, whatever.
The six things I could never do without
(besides biological necessities etc)
Love
Conversation
Composition book
Blue or black pen
Good books
Information
I spend a lot of time thinking about
I love philosophy. I'm particularly interested in ethics, metaphysics, and what science has to shed on those topics. Plots, poems, songs, big questions, meanings and layers of innocuous quotes, how a sentence's meaning can change with emphasis on one word, conversations I might never have, a change in the dialogue or story of what I've read or seen, and ways to reinterpret rules.
On a typical Friday night I am
I plead the Fifth.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I'm secretly an initiate in the cult of Lord Smooze.
You should message me if
you like family. My parents' is eight strong.

you want someone to watch a movie with, fly paper airplanes with nice messages at mall-goers, make up stories about passers-by, get feedback on your art, or almost anything else.

Don't say only "Hi" or "What's up?" or any sexual advances, and if you're religious, only show interest if you'd be cool with someday marrying an agnostic. I respect your right to believe.
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