Platinum Shy-Bi Girl
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About San_Sebastian

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  • Birthday 06/07/1988

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  • Music
    Fleet Foxes, Bright Eyes, Paper Kites, Joanna Newsom
  • Location
    Dallas/Fort Worth
  • Interests
    I am shy and an introvert, however people mistake this for being distant and uninterested. I like to sit in corners. I take a while to warm up and I am more often the silent observer of the group. I'm a literary buff. Both modern and classics. I have collected several versions of Arabian Nights and Robin Hood. I actively practice archery (50lb compound bow & a 35lb traditional recurve), I compete in tournament fishing, enjoy hiking, backpacking, and kayaking. I grew up on a farm and spent years doing everything from collecting chicken eggs to helping castrate cattle. At one point I was active in 4-H and FFA.

    I draw and play guitar (works in progress). I also have to pander to my geeky side. I play Dungeons and Dragons, go to anime conventions (and watch a lot of anime, go figure), and play video games. I love Dishonored, BioShock Infinite, Fallout 3, Assassins Creed, Pokemon, Legend of Zelda, and anything by Valve. In fact I have an unhealthy obsession with Nintendo. I also have a Half Life lambda tattoo on my leg and roman numerals on my shoulder regarding a personal date.

    I generally keep my love life private from my family and most friends. Growing up in a small Southern town in Bible Belt USA isn't exactly supportive of....differences.

    I've been on here for several years and made some good friends. Always looking for more.
  • Signature Fragrance
    George Takei's "Eau Myyy" and... sweat and shame?
  • Favourite Book
    Authors? Michael Crichton, Isaac Asimov, Ray Bradbury
  • Favourite TV Show
    Avatar: The Last Airbender, Legend of Korra, The Office, Gotham
  • Favourite Film
    Nightmare Before Christmas, 12 Monkeys, Hannah, Pirates of the Caribbean

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  1. You pick up a book and begin reading it only to discover it is about you and your life. You get to this exact moment in time. Do you turn the page and keep reading, knowing you will not be able to change the events to come? --------------------------------------------------------- I mulled it over a bit before coming to a conclusion, as I learned its not such a black and white answer. Part of me wanted to turn the page so I could see and "prepare" for what was coming down the road. Prepare for both good and bad events. Realistically speaking and knowing myself, the anxiety would have driven me completely mad. I would have obsessed over certain events that would have completely overwhelmed and destroyed my life (Twilight Zone/Appointment in Samara type thing. Final page has me dying from a heart attack so I stress myself out to said heart attack.) Then I started to realize that not knowing what the future holds is part of what gives my life and loved ones meaning, and what motivates me to appreciate and cherish them. If I knew the exact time stamp of every death, marriage, job loss, job gain, new friend..I would become dismissive and lazy.
  2. I'm of Irish descent if that counts??? I actually just got back from visiting Ireland a couple weeks ago. Well, Ireland & the U.K. It was pretty cool getting to see where my grandfather and his family grew up before they came to the US. I really wish I had taken a little bit of time to explore the gay scene in Dublin and London, but I was with my college and it was a bit difficult to sneak away from them at times.
  3. Alright, so this seems to be hella taboo when I bring it up to people. What are your thoughts on scarification? I'm not going to upload any photos in case it freaks people out, but you can search Google or Instagram and several images come up. It simultaneously makes me cringe and smile with an air of excitement. I don't know that I could ever bring myself to be filleted like that but it's strangely appealing to me, especially when mixed in with existing tattoos, and while the scars are still fresh. Some are extremely elaborate and creative. I was having a debate with my friend, who is covered in tattoos. She vehemently protested the thought of scarification but I asked her what was so different? Both methods are body modifications. They're both scars left on your body, just achieved differently. I've got several tattoos and have watched videos on scarification and it's kind of brutal, yes, but it's also beautiful in its own right. Definitely not for the faint of heart though. I was just curious of others thoughts or experiences with it?
  4. I think that's a really great idea. It also shows unified strength and support. I was traveling with my college just a little bit south of Manchester when at attack happened. It broke my heart hearing it on the news, especially as they started listing the victims. The day I went to visit Windsor Castle, the queen was in Manchester visiting the victims, which was a comforting sight. Right before I left to head back to the US, I had several pounds left over and I didn't want to take the hit for the currency exchange so I hunted down some charities and donated what I had left. ~Stay strong, with love from Texas
  5. I completely agree. Most of the time the acting is awful, the movie is oversexualized, or it was very clearly written to cater to a male audience or by someone who has no literal idea of actual lesbianism. There are some "meh" ones on Youtube but there are good ones too.
  6. I feel like that is all I get on dating apps and sites. I respect a couples decision to do it, as I know it can either make or break a relationship, but it's not what I want nor what I'm interested in. "I'm looking for a birthday gift for me and my boyfriend in the bedroom." "My boyfriend says I can have a side girl." "My boyfriend is a jerk and he doesn't know." "My boyfriend just wants to record it, but he wont be joining." No. It gets a bit old, to be honest. I'm actively seeking a connection with someone with genuine feelings. I either get totally ignored or hit up with couples like that.
  7. Right on! Youtube actually has some really great mini movies like this and I think a lot of them are better and more genuine than a lot of the trash that is force fed into big movie production.
  8. I recently watched it as well. I...t..........................................was....ehm....okay. I agree, the sex scenes were hot---but the movie was lacking a lot of sustenance. It wasn't an engaging story, it wasn't particularly well written and it was poorly executed. The acting was cringe worthy and I spent more time facepalming than anything else. It had potential...I just don't think it was implemented very well.
  9. I skimmed through some posts, didn't see anything... Is anyone else stoked for the new season???? Some of the teasers are getting sloppy but....meh. I've recently rewatched Coven and I'm about to rewatch Asylum. I haven't seen Freak Show or Hotel yet, and Murder House really...didn't do it for me. I really love the series but each episode can be SO draining and exhaustive. They're intense sometimes and I don't mean the horror and gore. Just the crap the characters go through can be overwhelming (I keep thinking of Lana in Asylum). The last 2-3 episodes are always a major disappointment to me though....rushed, if FX is riding their backs to just end it immediately and move on to the next one. It looks like the new season is somewhere in the midwest? I'm just thinking that from the vast crop fields, farm house, and some other elements. But it wouldn't be the first time the trailers have led us in one direction only to go another.....
  10. Physical traits: I'm a sucker for tattoos and piercings. Jeans, Converse, t shirts, long hair. Love it. Character traits: ....someone who is fun and will make Mac & Cheese with me on a cold, rainy November night so we can rush back to the blanket fort we built and binge watch American Horror Story and Steven Universe all night. Someone that is understanding that when I sneak off to get donuts early Sunday morning, she will know why I didn't get donut holes: because 11am is early to me on a Sunday and the donut shop sold out hours ago, but appreciates the thought. Someone with a sense of humor for when I'm stressed or nervous over something, she will crack inappropriate and sarcastic jokes with me to make me feel better. Someone with a sense of adventure so when we have all the bills paid and realize we have an entire weekend off, we hop in my truck and see how far we can get on a tank of gas and explore someplace new. Someone who would rather spend the evening sitting on the tailgate of my truck listening to music and star gazing with me rather than have the constant need to go out and party (I am so past that point in my life). Sigh. Maybe I'm expecting too much.
  11. Hey, state neighbor! Just peeking back.

  12. Blah, I couldn't stand Unity. III, Black Flag, and Syndicate were my favorites. AC is my favorite franchise. I've got tons of paraphernalia. Even my every day wallet has the Assassin's logo stamped on it. I work for a huge video game retailer here and it's difficult working with temptation every day! I've usually gotta leave my debit card at home or I'll get in trouble. I've gotten a bunch of cool stuff. PS4 is my favorite system----and I recently signed up for PS Now...which has actually been one of the smartest investments I've ever done with Sony, even though I initially disagreed with it. But, games wise....... I enjoy... Borderlands (all of them) Assassin's Creed (except Unity) Battlefront Mirror's Edge Odin Sphere Little Big Planet The Last of Us Alien: Isolation Shadow of Mordor The Witcher 3 Sonic Generations Dynasty Warriors 8 Ultra Street Fighter IV Katamari (all) Far Cry (all including Primal) Fallout (all) I can keep listing them.................. Life is Strange is an incredible title, too. Has some....not so subtle girl/girl love that is actually really cute and well done. I've never gotten so emotionally sucked into and then wrecked by a game like Life is Strange. Highly, highly recommend it.... alllllsooooooooooo.............always looking for new friends to play with....if anyone's up for it.
  13. I'm about to start up the Dark Tower series by Stephen King after about some high recommendations by several friends.
  14. I didn't think it was as frightening as it was suspenseful. It definitely had dark elements. It really taps into the early 80s culture and lifestyle perfectly....down to the music, the cars, the bicycles, the awful hair. It's so good. I read somewhere the director or producer or whoever wanted the series to "become like Harry Potter" as in he would love the kids to grow up on this show. I'm not sure how I feel about that....maybe if they do different story arcs. I want that promotional title poster so bad.
  15. She does and the girl they got to play her did an outstanding job. Huge, serious role for such a young kid. Dustin is adorable, too. The only kid that frustrates and annoys me is Lucas, because he's so abrasive and quick to fire.