pensivepickle: If I were a tree...shit. I forgot.

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innuendos and double-ententres, sparkly things, photography, music, odd craft/art-type projects, karaoke, conversation, drawing, writing cheesy prose lyric, maps/globes/atlases, irreverant humor, books, movies, dancing, strings of Christmas lights, kissing, thrift stores, tv-on-dvd, love, rainy days where I have nothing that I have to do, talking to people who are nice and interesting and who can think for themselves, qi gong, songs that make me feel, the tingly feeling i get when someone whispers very softly in my ear, standing out in the rain, tea & good coffee, sex, human rights, smells (either “good” or “interesting”), rubber duckies, streaking my hair with pink, ethnic foods, Snuggles (the stuffed bear i've had since i was five), dream interpretation, the First Amendment (ya'll suck), having someone paint my toenails, popsicles, whiskey and bourbon, singing, clean pores, constitutional law, games, massage, naps, optical illusions, people who can read tarot cards, are into wicca-type energy work and stuff (i think it's neat), puppies and kitties, quotable quotes, candles.
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41 years old
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from 25 to 39

Caucasian/White
5'5" (165cm)

 

Have some extra pounds

 


attorney
Agnostic

 

None

 

English

 

Professional Doctorate

 

law

 

Does it matter?

 

Often

 

Socially

 

Vanderbilt Law/MSU undergrad

 


United States
41101
Adhland, KY

 


If I were a tree...shit. I forgot.
  
i am (i am often told) an intelligent, kind, sarcastic, honest, flaky, straightforward, open-minded person. i will treat you with respect, and i expect the same. i like finding beauty and truth anywhere i can, and in day-to-day life i find it most often in music. i want to be around people who will look me in the eye when they talk to me. i love sitting around with friends, listening to some good acoustic guitar. sometimes i'll join in with some really shitty guitar of my own (best of luck if you ever find yourself subjected to this). i love dancing and i don't care who's watching or if i'm the only person on the floor. sit and chat with me over tea/coffee about deep thoughts. or beer. i like to drink, but i overdo it if i'm not very careful.

i despise talking on the telephone. i love Taco Bell and hate the smell of money on my hands. i panic if i leave the house without chapstick, and i rarely go anywhere without my digital camera. i love irreverent humor. i see shapes in clouds, and when i feel stressed i like to look at the stars and contemplate the vastness of the universe. i smoke too much, like to go swimming at night, and always have a song running through my head. i skip when i'm excited. i derive great joy from simple things: the colors that abound in nature (i adore autumn), the feel of sand between my toes, the smell of freshly-mown grass, the sound of the breathing of someone that i am close to.

i like people with opinions, and i don't mind if their ideas differ from mine. if you are open-minded, i will adore you. i DO mind when people are mean, rude, snobbish, or two-faced. i tend to be quite crude and profane once you get to know me, but am always appropriate to the situation (i won't curse around your grandmother--at least not unless she curses around me first). i love dry humor. i'm not afraid of spiders. i am, however, terrified of ice cream trucks. i'm a non-linear thinker and i often go off on tangents. this sometimes annoys friends. for example, i was talking to a friend the other day and he said something like "so-and-so drinks like a fish." at the next pause in the conversation, he asked me what i thought, and i said, "do fish really drink?" he was kinda pissed that i had missed the point, and i ran off to google it (answer: they don't--it's more of an osmosis thing). i am also given to spending somewhat startling amounts of time contemplating things such as the etymology of the word "howdy". i overuse dashes, ellipses, and parentheticals when i write--though i believe this accurately mimics my speaking style. i tend to trail off and leap from though to thought...(please bear with me).

i love random facts, but never know the answers to the sports questions in trivial pursuit. i like juxtaposing very serious, deep thoughts with absurdity. i cringe when people tYpE lIkE tHiS. i'm not a fan of chat-speak such as "lol," "lmao," "rofsmdc," etc. i don't mind "brb," though. i like saying it aloud: brrrrrrrrrbbbbb. if you become my friend, it is inevitable that i will tease you (though never in a mean way). i'm a terrible liar--i don't even bother. i won't pretend to like you if i think you're an asshole. i have a Kentucky accent and i usually talk way too much. i find it nearly impossible to finish sentences when i get excited. i like shiny things. and things that sparkle. or, better yet, things that twinkle. if the rubik's cube that sits on my desk at work doesn't stop taunting me, it's going in the drawer. i mean it.

i tend to reveal too much about myself. i do not have a sensitive or delicate nature; it is nearly impossible to offend me. i enjoy using big words. not to make myself look smart, but because i can. i like my thesaurus, and if possible try to avoid using the same adjective over and over when describing one thing.

my pet peeves revolve largely around grammar. i do see the irony in that, because i don't even bother to capitalize web postings/ email communications. however, i feel that the informality of such communique makes that acceptable. don't even get me started on the sad state of the average person's grammar. sheesh.

 

  
Slaughterhouse Five (Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.), Maus: A Survivor's Tale (Art Spiegelman), The DaVinci Code (Dan Brown), Angels & Demons (Dan Brown), The Rule of Four (Ian Caldwell & Dustin Thomason), Life of Pi (Yann Martel), Strangers in Paradise (Terry Moore), To Kill a Mockingbird (Harper Lee), The Harry Potter books, all seven of 'em (J.K. Rowling), Catch 22 (Joseph Heller), 1984 (George Orwell), Suzanne's Diary for Nicholas (James Patterson), The Catcher in the Rye (J.D. Salinger), Bel Canto (Ann Patchett), Bone (Jeff Smith), Death: The High Cost of Living (Neil Gaiman), Memoirs of a Geisha (Arthur Goldman), The Inferno (Dante Alighieri), A Prayer for Owen Meany (John Irving), The Lovely Bones (Alice Sebold), Brave New World (Aldous Huxley), Night (Elie Weisel), Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of Nimh (Robert O'Brien), Song of Roland (unknown), From Hell (Alan Moore), Bridget Jones's Diary & Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reaason (Helen Fielding), Atlas Shrugged (Ayn Rand), The Fountainhead (Ayn Rand), The Grapes of Wrath (John Steinbeck), Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood (Rebecca Wells), The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (Douglas Adams), Preacher (Garth Ennis), The Eight (Katherine Neville).

 

  
this is a VERY serious question, and much weighs upon your answer: what comes before Part B?

 

  
i like most games that can be played on boards. it's hard to go wrong with games like Cranuim, Trivial Pursuit and Pictionary.

i'm not terribly uncoordinated--i CAN play softball and the like, but i just...don't much anymore.

...unless you count Zumba as a game. i do love Zumba.

 

  
movies: The Big Lebowski, August Rush, Martian Child, The Departed, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, The Royal Tenenbaums, American Gangster, Closer, O Brother Where Art Thou?, The Boondock Saints, Stuck On You, The Jerk, Garden State, I Heart Huckabees, Amelie, Crash, The Harry Potter movies, Hustle & Flow, Office Space, The Red Violin, The 40-Year Old Virgin, Drop Dead Gorgeous, Finding Neverland, Amadeus, Waiting, Donnie Darko, The Princess Bride, Lost in Translation, Silence of the Lambs, Fight Club, The Neverending Story, Labrynth, Trainspotting, Love Stinks, Finding Nemo, Saved, Love Acually, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Sin City, Bend it Like Beckham, Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure, Kissing Jessica Stein, Anchorman, Bridget Jones's Diary, Bad Santa, Elf, Beauty and the Beast, She Gets What She Wants, Eurotrip, American Psycho, The DaVinci Code, Kevin Smith’s New Jersey Chronicles: Clerks/ Mallrats/ Chasing Amy/ Dogma/ Jay & Silent Bob Strike Back.

music: Patty Griffin, Wilco, Ani DiFranco, Jeff Buckley, Ryan Adams, Amos Lee, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Tori Amos, Ray LaMontagne, Lucero, Ben Folds, Leonard Cohen, Dar Williams, Dashboard Confessional, Ben Harper, Gov't Mule, Death Cab for Cutie, Clutch, Stone Temple Pilots, Damien Rice, Mindy Smith, Elliott Smith, Old Crow Medicine Show, Silver Jews, Graham Colton Band, Bright Eyes, Sister Hazel, The Black Crows, Better Than Ezra, Tracy Chapman, Sarah McLachlan, Elvis, James Taylor, Bonnie Raitt, Fleming & John, R.E.M., Indigo Girls, Johnny Cash, Seether, Linkin Park, The Shins, Dishwalla, Melissa Ferrick, Allison Krauss, Primus, Lucinda Williams, The Cranberries, John Mayer, Jane's Addiction, Joss Stone, Marvelous 3, Counting Crows, Cat Power, Nick Drake, Oasis, Willie Nelson, Prince, Ozzy Osbourne, Black Label Society, Zakk Wylde, Calexico, Bill Monroe, Pearl Jam, Seven Mary Three, Hank Williams, Sr., Catie Curtis, Bonnie Raitt, Beck, Expanding Man, Edwin McCain, Silverchair, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Soul Asylum, Liz Phair, Live, Guns-N-Roses, The Oak Ridge Boys, The Cranberries, Jet, , Jewel, K's Choice, Ashley MacIsaac, Metallica, Jann Arden, Simon & Garfunkel, Tonic, The Eagles, Enigma, Lisa Loeb, Blessid Union of Souls, Incubus, U2, Tenacious D, They Might Be Giants, Alanis Morisette, Chris Cornell (Temple of the Dog, Audioslave, Soundgarden, etc.)

 

  

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