Jesus Christ, I have been on this website way too ****ing long and the majority of the dudes on here are just ridiculous. Things I've realized while being on here...1.) my generation has a hard time legitimately talking to women (I'm sorry I've 1-uped from your copy of THE GAME, guys) and 2.) straight-men should not be allowed to take bathroom selfies.
So I can't really justify why I continue to have a profile on this website,... I work a lot so its hard to meet people, and in San Diego most guys I meet aren't my type.
BTW here's a quick hello to any old high school classmates, customers who frequent my barbershop or an ex boyfriend who know me and may see this profile and laugh. - Hi, How are you? Please move along, nothing to see here, ...except me being vulnerable and miserable in the midst of searching for guys to meet- ITS JUST GREAT. Hope we never speak about this outside the internet realm and I hope you can erase it from your memory digitally and physically!
First off, I live in San Diego, but I'm not a huge fan of it (socially, artistically or politically, WEATHER-wise sure is fine) and I have job opportunities else where so I'm looking to move in the next year. I guess the thing holding me back from making such a move is the possibility of continuing another horrible and miserable dating scene once I get there. So honestly, I'd like to use this profile to meet guys in different areas of the country. Hopefully guys that would be willing to take a chance and consider, maybe all the girls in my town aren't the right ones...
So if I have to move on and talk about myself, here it is. I'm an outgoing, determined, appreciates-a-challenge-sort-of girl who wears her heart on her sleeve. I've been a class clown all my life, and started doing stand-up comedy on and off since I was 18. I lived in Hollywood for 5 years, but eventually had to move back after I was chewed-up and spit out by the industry and my own quarter-life crises. So with no money and no job I moved in to my parents house it was a real fun time to learn about myself (HI OPEN BOOK MUCH? YES. ok moving on) But 3 years later, I have my own apartment, my own car, a job managing 22 hair stylists and for fun I write comedy, essays, scripts and perform in VAMP at the whistlestop the last thursday of the month with a great Non-Profit Arts group called So Say We All. 2 to 3 days a week when I'm motivated enough to get up from my macbook, I'll go work out.
Aside from that, I'm easy going, super goofy, I love 80s movies, Arcade Fire, Chinese Food, David Sedaris and singing Phil Collins very loudly in my 2003 Ford Focus. I'm can be kinda a hipster, but more in hipster tastes, than hipster pretensions. For example, I like Wes Anderson movies, but I don't think my liking of his earlier stuff as opposed to his later stuff makes me a better person than you. I like having debates on art, but not when someone HAS to have their opinion be the right one. that's not fun.
If you message me I hope its something not creepy, or cliche, or actually insightful without trying to hard.