I grew up in California. I travelled around everywhere. I moved to Canada. Now Seattle.
I like to spend my free time doing creative things. I make art and try to get better at making music. I read and write fiction and journalism style. (and journal) I hang out outside, watch basketball, and listen to a lot of music.
I am eeeasy going and usually always happy. I think almost everything is at least kinda funny. I like people that think the world is awesome. I like anything that is ridiculous. I don't take anything in life for granted and find joy in the mundane. Having conversations and really getting to know people is important to me. I am kind and caring and incredibly silly (laugh attacks happen often) I am able to hang with all kinds of people.
I am looking for someone polite that likes drinking and having fun on the weekends (or days off) and has interests and other things to do the rest of the time (I'm pretty busy) You HAVE to be funny and silly. Or at least appreciate things that are.
*If you wrote to me and I didn't respond, I'm not rude! it's definitely because you ONLY said "hi" or "sup" Life is too short to try and pull conversation from people who can't type more than one word as a greeting. Smarties are the most attractive : )
-No one has ever made me laugh as hard. I literally write down the funny things she says and one day I will compile a book of quotes by her and it will be a best-seller. She's like a character on a hilarious TV show. But don't get me wrong, she'll also whip your ass if you deserve it and need a good metaphorical slap in the face. If you don't appreciate this girl's humour, something is seriously whacked about you!
-She is so funny you will die.
Or cry until you puke.
-Gentlemen... you would be harder pressed to find a better candidate! She's super smart, funny, sexy and a very loyal friend. She'd be just as likely to get your back in a zombie fight as she would to help you kill a bottle of tequila in a park. Drop her a message and I promise you won't be disappointed.
-We've gone urban camping together. It's like regular camping, but you don't run the risk of being attacked by wild hikers. One time, when I was 13, I snuck in to a den of hikers to steal a half full bottle of rye whiskey. I had found one, but it was in the queen hiker's lair, and she was in the middle of laying her eggs. When she howled to alarm the rest, I had to book it out there while being attack with cardboard signs, and very heavy backpacks. But aside from that, she is pretty great.