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My self-summary
I find everything fascinating, but I inevitably get bored in museums except for those of the natural history variety. I could easily spend an hour playing with your pet and at least a full day in a zoo. I am skeptical of vegan food and the supernatural, but find both intriguing. I get distracted easily, and I am extremely focused.

INFJ... but I like to consider myself an extroverted introvert.

Undergrad degree/minors in Anthropology, English, and Theater, so those things will always have special little (and big) spots in my heart.
What I’m doing with my life
Masters level social worker doing addictions therapy - primarily group, with a dash of individual work/case management. Basically, I talk to interesting people for a living.

Currently residing in Laurel, MD with a lovely friend and her three cats.
I’m really good at
Laughing, smiling, hugs, and sarcasm... yup.

In college, I spent a LOT of time in the theater, too... on the technical side. Set carpentry and stage management are my specialties, so I'm pretty organized and detail-oriented, but I've also played around with lights and costumes a bit. In an alternate life, I would definitely continue doing this.
The first things people usually notice about me
I'm not too tall, but I smile a lot =)
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I generally enjoy quick reads like short stories, as well as young adult fiction or future dystopia themed novels.

I like comedies mostly, horror is good too, the more guts and gore the better... action movies, not so much. Also children's movies... who doesn't like Disney (even if you're too "grown-up" to admit it!)? I'm also a pretty big fan of documentaries - real life is so cool!

Dexter, Orphan Black, Modern Family and Bob's Burgers are high on the list. Most anything about serial killers. Most anything about the supernatural. Other than that, I love food competition shows like Cutthroat Kitchen and Chopped. Also, Jeopardy. And also, Ravens football. That should just go without saying.

90s pop-rock may be my guilty pleasure favorite, but in general, I'm more of a lyrics person, so the genre can completely vary. Indie rock is probably my real favorite though. Bowling for Soup was my favorite as a teenager, and now it's Jukebox the Ghost.

Food... I'm up for trying new things, but I always like having comfort foods to come home to as well. Leftovers are pretty exciting. Japanese/Thai are probably my favorites in a pinch.
Six things I could never do without
My friends and family are my number ones. No explanation.

My computer. Not because I am obsessed with it, per se, but it contains my life... it has my schedule, Netflix, e-mail, Facebook, photos, etc., and I'd be pretty lost without it (although I'd find a way to get by).

Clothes/shoes/etc. Not in a superficial or high-maintenance way by any means, but wearing clothes that I like just makes me feel good.

My phone. Quick texts or Snapchats when I want to share something with a friend that I know they'd appreciate or if I need to get in touch with someone asap. Reminders and notes for later. Checking the time when my watch for some reason is a less viable option.

Fruit. This may sound lame, but if I had to, I could completely live off of fruits. Also, I'm running out of "things I could never do without."

Hugs. I'm not an overtly physical person, but I just don't know how to deal with people who don't like tactile interaction... it's just in my nature.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Organizing my life. I love doing what I want, when I want, but I have to have things together first. I don't really like not knowing what's going on (unless it's a surprise!).

Also why everyone on this site seems to be over 6 feet tall...
On a typical Friday night I am
doing what one does on Friday nights that are typical.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
My medical history up to this point in time is more extensive than any person my age's should be.
You should message me if
You are capable of non-verbal communication consisting of significant glares and the occasional odd animal noise.

You have something to comment on other than my appearance because I already know what I look like, thanks.

You've ever apologized to an inanimate object for bumping into it or said "Bless you" or the likes to an animal who sneezed.
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