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My best friends would tell you that I am an individual, to say the least. I bounce between top volume and silent, am often lost in thought and have opinions about everything. I care too much and laugh all the time. I love making friends and I value everyone I meet. They'd probably tell you I am contradictory, equally reckless and cautious, carefree but pensive. I don't make much sense but I try to be the kind of person I'd like to meet. I'm full of cliches, obviously.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
I have none so far, I'm hoping to gain some.
I live for peanut butter and jelly (mixed together) sandwiches, waterfalls, music festivals, travel, sleeping outside, laughing until it hurts, echoes, giraffes, meeting new people, culture, language, chocolate mousse, making brownies, being socially awkward, listening, sitting, not doing anything, getting into trouble, making neopoints, not playing sports.
- music festivals
Music, Movies, and Books
Books: The Kite Runner, Harry Potter, Where the Red Fern Grows, any drug related books (Crank, Go Ask Alice, etc.), ridiculous romance novels, Twilight (no shame), historical fiction (particularly those of the royalty variety)
Movies: Harry Potter, Chasing Amy, Dead Poet's Society, documentaries, horror movies, obnoxious teen comedies (i.e. Project X, Superbad)
Shows: Medical shows, Weeds, wedding shows, cake shows, Workaholics, reality shows (especially 16 and Pregnant)
Music: Death Cab for Cutie, The Academy Is..., Mayday Parade, Pink Floyd, Joan Jett, Relient K, dad rock, punk pop, pop rock, and other various embarrassing genres
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
The most amazing moments of my life thusfar have been as follows:
- Laughing until I cried with my best friends under the stars on a dock in Beaufort, South Carolina
- Looking out over Seville, Spain from a rooftop in the middle of the city
- Visiting the Cliffs of Moher in Ireland
Countries I’ve Visited
Ireland, Portugal, Spain, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In