For starters, I find on-line dating odd. Talking about myself feels ridiculous and I totally blame my friend for making me do this. I'm vaguely new to Chapel Hill - moved here in August for my MA. I spend a lot more time studying and working than bar-hopping. I know next to nothing about sports, unless it's Fencing and then I actually know a lot. I suck at poker. I kill at Apples-to-Apples, a hold-over from two years of AmeriCorps. I run (really, it’s glorified jogging) mostly to avoid being indoors all day.
I do really love to travel (and I'm aware everyone seems to say that). I took a road-trip across the U.S. and it was a really wonderful and amazing time. Over the last couple years I've been visiting places I skipped or missed on that trip and that's also been a lot of fun.
I'll confess, I'm super sarcastic and loathe needy people. Needy people need not apply. That said, if you like Disney, I might overlook needy issues. Maybe.
My family is number one for me. Love my family. Friends too. Friends are family and I pop out to various parts of the country where they are when I can.
I’m not a moron or a liar. If I'm not interested, I'll just say it. If I am, I'll just say that too. I’m short. I talk with my hands. I’m often unintentionally funny. Unless it’s dark, I’m always wearing sunglasses – though not inside, I’m not Bono. I am also tired of talking about myself so I’m going to stop. Questions, comments, concerns...drop a line.
Things I would like in another person: a sense of humor; someone who has an opinion about the most recent marvel universe movie; and an appreciation for baked goods.