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My self-summary
I'm adding this little tidbit because I've noticed people starting their profiles off by saying, "message me because I can't see who likes me", which is actually not true. Ladies and Gents, if someone likes you and you go to quickmatch, the person who liked you will be one of the first few people to show up. To top that off, if you press like on them and they've liked you, you'll actually get a message telling you that you've both liked each other. Problem solved. :D

So just a few things about me: I'm a pretty left leaning individual, though I have my limits. I'm poly, have been lovingly called a kinkster by a stripper, have experience as a Dom, tend to be quite the sadist, am very scientifically and logically inclined, am an atheist (shocker given everything leading up to that, I'm sure [obvious sarcasm]), have worked alongside unions to help with organizing and negotiating, love very odd sports like bowling and curling, and at 25 years of age I've already had surgery on my back. Let me just say, it wasn't all that fun but I feel far better now. If any of those things put you off then feel free to save your time and swipe that picture left. If, however, something I've said has caught your attention, feel free to read on and ask any questions you have. I'm not up for typing much more (I'm a writer so I type enough outside of this) for this part, but I always enjoy chatting with people. Oh, and I'm an Egalitarians, which means I believe everyone is equal regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, etc, and I fight to instill that in the everyday world we live in. Whether that means I love everyone equally or hate everyone equally can be solely dependent on whether or not I've eaten yet today.
What I’m doing with my life
Learning the reality behind the phrase, "the best laid plans of mice and men oft' go awry." Plus I'm a writer so I'm also currently working on finishing my first big novel, which is far easier said than done.
I’m really good at
Making people laugh, especially at themselves, and smile. I'm a pretty decent writer, and I'm a master at reading people from the barest of clues, both social and physical.
The first things people usually notice about me
This is an odd question since I'm not too sure. It really depends on how people first meet me. I guess the fact I have long hair is probably one of the first things, at least, or my blue eyes.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I love fiction. The wheel of time series and the chronicles of the black company are some of my favorite books.

Music, I listen to mostly 80's music. I'm also a bit of a metal head, though I don't listen to "screamo", and there's a difference. I also kind of have a thing for 50's music. The ink splots, Bing Crosby, etc. Not a big fan of rap unless we're talking about ERB (no clue? Check YouTube).

Food: three rules with me. 1. I don't eat salads... , 2. I don't eat anything raw except the occasional vegetable, 3. I despise mayonnaise and anything it's mixed into with a burning passion.

Tv: Bar rescue is my guilty pleasure. John Taffer is my hero! I also love the big bang theory. I'm also a little bit of an anime junkie depending on my mood. (Considering I go to anime conventions every year, I suppose that last sentence is a bit of an understatement.)

Movies can be summed up pretty easily. I will pretty much watch anything as long as the main plot does not revolve around a relationship or "dancing". Don't get me wrong, Pride and Prejudice was a great story, as was Romeo and Juliet. That being said, Pride and Prejudice as a movie lasts far too long (regardless of which version you're watching) and the whole forbidden love thing from Romeo and Juliet is starting to be far too overplayed.
Six things I could never do without
1 - Mexican food. Seriously.
2 - books.
3 - a computer/typewriter/etc, without which I wouldn't be able to write my works.
4 - my family. No matter how far away they may be, we always look out for each other.
5 - my mind for very obvious reasons.
6 - a vehicle. I think it's obvious why most people require transportation. :P
I spend a lot of time thinking about
The world. The idea that time is relative. Chocolate milk. How people who claim to be English majors fail to know that the word "wherefore" actually means "why" and not "where". Why people on here say they never use drugs, then in their questions talk about how they often smoke marijuana. O.o nothing against 420, but it's still legally classified as a drug (just being honest).
On a typical Friday night I am
The same thing we do every night, pinky. Try to take over the world!

Honestly, though? If I'm not working then I'm usually helping out with whatever side projects people have going on, or helping to keep things organized for sales at conventions, or a list of other random things really.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I'm deathly afraid of heights. So, yeah, I don't do roller-coasters or things of that nature because I will literally have a panic attack.
You should message me if
If you've managed to make it this far (and I know that's quite a task) then clearly something I've said has held your interest so I'd love to hear from you. If you've played Huniepop, let me know who your favorite date is. I think that's a great way to learn more about people and their tastes. 😂

Also, if you know the answer to this riddle I will gladly talk to you: "There are two brothers. Each stands in front of a door, one on the right and one on the left. You know that one door leads to salvation, the other to your doom. You also know that one brother always lies while the other always tells the truth, yet you don't know which brother is which. They tell you that you can ask them only one question together before you must choose a door. What question do you ask and which door do you take?"

Lastly, I'd like to take a moment to lay out the answers to some questions that I've noticed a lot of people getting wrong: wherefore means why, not where. The sun is bigger than the moon and the earth (flat earth-ers do not test my patience). A mile is longer than a kilometer. If you turn a left handed glove (which is a glove specifically designed to fit your left hand in shape) inside out, it will fit your right hand. Just like if you turn a v-neck shirt inside out the v is on your back. I'll add more at my leisure, but if you have any suggestions for additions, please let me know :)
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