32Rockford, United States
Join today
Find great matches with our advanced matching system!
Join today
Find great matches with our advanced matching system!
My self-summary
I'm back in Rockford and it feels so good.
What I’m doing with my life
I manage a community college's physical sciences' laboratories (well, mostly chemistry. There's a feral physics professor I try to avoid)
I’m really good at
Reading and arithmetic. Two out of three ain't bad. Not too bad with accents although I usually need a drink or two for that. And I can sing, juggle, dance (not really, well kinda), answer trivia, and generate music.
The first things people usually notice about me
My height, I assume. Unless we're sitting down. In that case, it's that I can't sit still
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I don't know why, but this is the least important section to me in looking at people. As such, I won't fill it out myself. I don't find that the things one has been exposed to, to be particularly illumining in many cases. Maybe I just don't like long lists of bands I've never heard of.

As a discerning person, I probably like much the same things as you, fellow lady of discernment.
Six things I could never do without
I need white noise while I sleep, good friends in moderation while I wake, well made cocktails in the evening (or failing that, craft beer or neat whiskey), a plan for the day, possibilities for the near future, and good, steady sources of information to digest. And games (e.g. crosswords) scattered amidst and within the previous activities.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Great band names that I will never use.

Actually, I actively try not to think as much. This is somewhat meditative.

Is this waste toxic, and if so, just how toxic? (work stuff)
On a typical Friday night I am
I'm an equal opportunity Friday night haver
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I'm reaaaaaaaaaaalllllyy near sighted. But I wear contacts most of the time.

Ok, and I put people on my favorites list with the intent of messaging them, and then grow so tired of seeing them on the 'online now' portion of my profile, that I decide to message them with something flippant and quick, just to get them off that list. This is not the best method for procuring dates.

But then, I don't take this site that seriously. Do you?

I would go four part christmas caroling anytime of year.
You should message me if
I leave you with an original:

Put that gin up in that microwave,
press thirty secs and walk away,
come back in a min or two,
hot gin be wait'ng for you.

Aaaaand, I am willing to do new nice, normal messages on request, but otherwise you're getting the weird ones. Y'know, without midstream editing.

Oh, if you can't be funny, at least be funny weird.
The two of us