Is New-Fashioned a thing? I read a lot about people being proudly Old-Fashioned, and that's definitely not me.
I have a hard time imagining a day without peanut butter. As far as I can tell, there's no such thing as traveling too far for spicy pork tacos or a perfectly mixed drink. I think karaoke was invented because public humiliation used to be too melodic. I'd like to pretend I'm too sophisticated to find puns hilarious, but I'm not that good of an actor. Do these short sentences make my prose sound masculine or just awkward?
I love tiny moments as much as huge moments...Because sometimes the best part of life is as simple as homemade guacamole, a bottle of two-buck Chuck, and re-watching the third season of Arrested Development.
I love comedy and making people laugh, but I'm a shameless movie crier; I'm happiest when I'm surrounded by friends, but I couldn't survive without my time alone; I'm incapable of saying no to heaping seconds, but I'm also health-conscious; I'm compulsively up-to-date about world events and politics, but I work in an industry that does a really good job of ignoring reality at all costs. I'm proud to be a walking contradiction, because life is too complicated and interesting to have to choose.
I'd like to find someone who is funny, confident and opinionated, loves staying on the move, is relentlessly--inhumanly--positive, and someone whose favorite words include: "Yes" and "Let's have another." (Also someone who doesn't mind long lists and run-on sentences in online dating profiles...).