JUST LOOKING AT A PROFILE FOR A FRIEND
TL;DR NOT HERE FOR CHEAP SEX. Thanks for thinking of me though, next.
None of this is real. It is all just perspective.
Taarnagh is female, therefore a creature of paradox. She's cool-headed and sometimes hot-tempered. Silly and serious. Dignified and dorky. The list goes on. She's also quite funny, is fond of laughing at herself as much as at you. She can read and she's kinda cute. Also she's curious like a cat/loyal like a dog.
I am quirky, emotive, and flippant.
Mostly looking for conversations of interest, some kind of connection. I crave discovering the bonds, as well as what we don't have in common. How much can we disagree and still get along? Can we learn from each other? Spark each other? Spur growth? I truly believe that the moments that are shared with others are what we are here for. I know it's what I'm here for.
This year has re arranged a lot in my life. In many ways I am starting over. This, plus probably the age factor makes me more emotional these days as well as far too thinky and much in my head, continually trying to deconstruct what/where these emotions are coming from and how they may or may not serve me.
I have recently developed the new habit/hobby of kickboxing to deal with the paradox of too many emotions while being too analytical. This seems to be ushering me towards a little fitness obsessive. (I said a little) And reminding me that I like healthy things.
The latest mid life crisis seems not to be as imaginary as others, but I am here, in the thick of it, living it, figuring it out. Attempting to let go of the control complex and focus on the next good thing to add to my life.
"I aim to misbehave"
Recently I received the best compliment to date, I was told I am soulful and witty. This I will take and hope you notice it about me first.
My new favorite author (who recently released her 2nd book) is Jenny Lawson aka the Bloggess. She made me laugh out loud at every paragraph. I've got one thing to say here: "knock, knock motherfucker". Google it. It is a taste of what I find funny.
Movies, geez, movies. There are good ones. Anotonia's Line, The Secretary, Strange Days, Pulp Fiction, Serenity, Incident at Oglala, Slingblade, The Dark Knight, Chaos Theory, God Bless America, Jesus Camp, Y Tu Mama Tambien, Waking Ned Devine, my taste runs the gamut.
Music, how about I'm like just everyone else and tell you my musical tastes are ecclectic. Music genres themselves have become so bizarrely defined, how can any of us not be ecclectic? How!?! I ask you. (That little bit right there, the use of a question and exclamation mark together, I just learned it's name. It's called an interrobang, nifty, huh?)
I have been corrected! By a child, no less. (what are the children's doing looking at me? *shrugs* ) At any rate..._technically_ an interrobang is a combination of the exclamation and question mark, however, as I told that little whipper snapper ;), THAT is not a typical symbol one can find on a keyboard, so I'm sticking to my original story, while giving you ALL the information you might need so you don't spread any misinformation because you believed some chick you don't know on OKC. Now, back to your regularly scheduled programming...
Basically, I want it to have a beat and be at least an 8 on the danceability scale. Mostly. Sometimes I like it mellower. But usually not.
Food, sushi! Or at least it used to be sushi, since I've moved to the mid-west mostly I just miss sushi. I like vegetables, raw and cooked. Indian-ish food, Ethiopian food. Also, I love breakfast and dessert and ice cream and garlic mashed potatoes. mmmm food. Though I recently gave up gluten 'cuz my body said so.
The varied ways in which a person can start a conversation with me and leave me utterly uninterested. I dare you to be interesting. C'mon, I know you have it in you.
And why people think because they stream a show they can get away with saying they don't watch teevee.
Also, read the quote below before you message me.
“‘Oh, screw beautiful. I’m brilliant. If you want to appease me, compliment my brain.’”
— Cristina Yang, Grey’s Anatomy