The one thing I am passionate about...
I am probably most passionate about my job. As crappy as it is, I do care. Almost all of the time I feel that I'm seriously the only one who still does. So, it's a calamity when I volunteer for a "special project" that's someone else's job who can't do it right but makes twice my check to do nothing. Still, like I said, I'm probably most passionate about making my work place a better place for everyone... from the guests to my store manager. Anything that I can do to show that I'm a real 'team player' and stand out from mediocrety... I'll do it. Maybe it'll pay off someday, before I geek. Right?
I typically spend my leisure time
I spend my ''liesure time'' thinking of ways to get to know myself better, reading books by my favorite Hip Hop artists, decorating or redecorating my house, cleaning, drooling at the television over a bowl of Lucky Charms, appreciating my favorite musical artists or discovering new ones, smoking cigarettes while playing Su Doku, taking pictures with my roomate and our hundreds of stuffed animals (yeah, and what?), as well as watching any type of horror flick.
The most influential person in my life has been
I'm a music geek, so I am definitely looking for another. We can totally make geek love. Awesome. I want someone who is not dependant at all, who has a unique/dirty/childish sense of humor, that will appreciate me for everything that I am, as well as what I am trying to become. I want a guy with a sense of personal style, and a great life story who is rarely boring and can take some abuse while wrestling.
The first thing people notice about me
I've been told, "Squish, you don't seem like the type of person who hates anybody." True. I've hated people in the past, but that's highschool stuff. I'm 22, and noone has wronged Alisha except Alisha in years... and she definitely does not hate herself.
The last book I read and enjoyed
'The Dead Emcee Scrolls'- Saul WilliamsI'm still currently engaged with it, actually. It begins with a short grabbing story about the author and how he transforms from a young emcee into a first class Hip Hop poet. The book then gives an introduction into the unknown author's poems that he discovered, de-coded, disected and developed himself through. The unknown author's poems/rhymes and rhyme schemes a.k.a. ''flow'' are in print for the reader to study and chisel through and sculpt their own mind around. Williams then gives a brief introduction into his own personal poetry that carries the reader to the end of the book. In all, I'm a fan.
The three things which I am most thankful for
- For my best friend, Eric. Whom without I would be jobless, homeless, and basically in trouble.
- For a decent paying job that I am damn good at.
- For the music that helps me realize my full potential through lyrics and timing.
The one thing I wish MORE people would notice about me
That uh, I'm not some innocent little girl who can't handle an abortion joke, for example. Also, and in different scenarios, that I'm not some tough girl can't be approached.
Friends Describe me as
Creative, Funny, Hard Working, Perceptive
A little more about me
Only this: If you "close match" because I haven't gotten back to you, then you're silly. I don't have the money to pay for this service right now, and actually did it so that I could see if there were any guys out there like me. And patience is a virtue... If you're offended by anything in my profile, you're not the kind of person that I want to meet. I made it a little raw for a reason. (Also, would you really die without your iPod or your Computer? I'm guessing that you wouldn't.)