*Updated Aug. 18, 2012*
Hey, what's up? Let me tell you about me.
I'm the assistant manager at a gas station, which doesn't sound glamorous but is actually kind of neat. But that's just my job, which is what I have to do to survive. I'm more interested in my interests.
I'm an amateur cartoonist, and I've been maintaining a webcomic for the last ten years, off and on. I'm generally a humble person, but I like to think my sense of humor is my best feature. Indeed, whenever I praise any other aspect of myself, it's often in jest. Same goes for when I criticize myself. I just generally don't take myself too seriously.
I love hockey (I've already begun mourning the loss of the 2012-13 NHL season), and I really enjoy cartoons, such as Adventure Time, Regular Show and My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. I often play video games, though I'm not really a hardcore gamer. I don't tend to play things like Call of Duty or Team Fortress 2. I'm currently working on Dust: An Elysian Tail, which is awesome.
I like reading sci-fi and fantasy books, and some of my favorite authors include Douglas Adams and Neal Stephenson. I just finished Stephenson's Baroque Cycle, and will probably start The Girl Who Played With Fire next. I also need to finish reading the Scott Pilgrim series at some point.
I don't get to listen to music as much as I used to, but that's something else that I enjoy. Some of my favorite artists include Radiohead, Garbage (their new album is excellent, by the way), Beck, R.E.M. and the White Stripes, though that list is by no means exhaustive.
I value hanging out with my friends, and when we do hang out, we usually play board games. Not so much traditional board games like Monopoly, but slightly more nerdy ones like, say, The Settlers of Catan. Some of my personal favorites include Dominion, Kingdom Builders, Quarriors, Small World, Innovation... I realize these names mean nothing to you, but I'd be happy to teach you to play some of them, and my friends would welcome you, too! We also have a history of playing roleplaying games like Dungeons & Dragons, but that seems to have fallen by the wayside lately. Still, fair warning.
A first date would likely be a "getting-to-know-each-other" sort of affair. Perhaps something simple, like just walking around Vancouver or Metrotown and talking. We could just hop into whatever place catches our eye to look at stuff or do something, depending on the goods and/or services offered by the place we just hopped into. It wouldn't be out of the question for me to buy you a little something, if it'd make you happy. It'd be all like, "Girl, you got your eye on that Wallace & Grommit DVD collection? You KNOW I'm your hookup." I probably wouldn't use those exact words, though. We'd probably eat something at some point, and eventually, we'd part ways. And if it's my ideal date, I'd leave it thinking, "Yeah. She was pretty awesome."
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