- I am a
- Looking for a
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- Things I am looking for in a person are:
I want to find someone who I can help nurture growth in while they do the same with me. We’ll start as whole, distinct people, and over time our personalities and interests will intertwine until we find ourselves in different places than we may have ever imagined. Heck, even if it’s expected, that’d be cool, too. I don’t want to morph someone into a completely different person, mind you, I just want some positive changes that I realize came from someone else’s influence that I can feel happy about and hope I can provide that, too.
I want to have fun with someone, learn from them, be intimate in not-so-sexual ways like kissing and cuddling.
As for the details of that, one thing I really like about having someone to be close with, friend or otherwise, is that it actually makes me feel like watching movies and shows more. For one reason or another I started really being bothered by watching a lot of things alone, so if you want to binge-watch shows and have movie nights, then YEAH, let’s do that. Vidya games are cool, too.
- About me
Hi! I’m Quinn, and I have all the date-me staples. I’m smart, funny, kind. I’m also really cheesy, whatever that means to you. Before I had to go on disability, I was pursuing a degree in a ”smart” field, but that might be up for debate if I’m to let the media inform my opinion. I am quite the introvert in the sense that I gain energy from being in a quiet setting, to throw that out there. I’ve been dragged out to socialize by eager extroverts, dating or not, so it felt relevant. I can do fun stuff like clubs or parties once in a while, but I’m probably going to crawl into a hole for a while afterward. If I’m feeling it, I can be really talkative. If I were so inclined, I’d say I’m an ambivert? I’ve heard that used before, but I don’t know for certain if it’s legit. I’m just a pretty sociable introvert… sometimes.
Like I said, I’m disabled, so if you’re wondering about, I dunno, career and money stuff, there’s your answer. I make my own fun in between visits with friends and family, who are kinda far away, unfortunately. I play games, read, journal, play with my cat. It’s basically what a lot of people do in their free time, I guess, except I have to square away some time for ”Deal with illness,” haha. In general, I am sort of always pursuing becoming better than I currently am as a person. I’m trying to read more, learn more, and whatever else I can do with free time.
So, things I enjoy doing are video games and sometimes watching shows on Netflix and the like. I’ve been into Overwatch for the past year and play it probably at least once a week if I’m home. Also play Final Fantasy XIV, and I lucked out recently in that Nintendo released Breath of the Wild on the Wii U, allowing me to forgo buying a brand new console that I most certainly cannot afford. As for shows, I’ve mostly been sloooowly going through Transparent on Prime. I like Rick and Morty and some other stuff on TV, too, when it’s on.
I listen to music all the time, too. Mostly They Might Be Giants, Oingo Boingo, Depeche Mode, Garbage, and a bunch of other stuff. It’s funny, because half the time the deciding factor on what I want to do next with my day involves asking myself ”Do I want to stop listening to music to do this?” To my credit, I was reeeallly close to majoring in music before I switched to philosophy.
Now, I have a membership or whatever, but if you don’t, you can contact me on:
Email: [email protected]
I’d be thrilled to hear from you.
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