Nickname: Also Becky?
Any pets: A cat named Juniper!
Favorite thing about yourself: Sharp wit and intelligence
Worst habit: Pathological need for praise
Fun fact: I know multiple ways to open a beer bottle without a bottle opener
Identity, Sexuality & Personality
Gender identity: female
Sexual preference: ??? we just don’t know
Relationship status: i hate people
Myers/Briggs type: ISTJ. Like Spock!
Hogwarts house: Ravenclaw
"Early Bird" or "Night Owl": Definitely early bird. I love sleeping
Morning routine: Alarm goes off, into the shower/brush teeth/etc, feed the cat, online to check email and social media. Get dressed and then off to work at 8:17 exactly.
Bath or shower: Shower
First thought in a morning: WTF, why is there so much crap on my floor to trip over
Last thought before falling asleep at night: Thinking ‘bout my shows probably
Do you work or are you a student: I work (graduated in 2011 o m g )
Where do you work/study: Nonprofit in NYC
What do you do: Ask people for money, do events, and too many mailings
Where do you see yourself in 5 years: Hopefully with a masters degree and doing programming at an environmental nonprofit
Habits (Do you … )
Do Drugs: nope
Exercise: I mean, I live in NYC so I walk places?
Have a go-to comfort food: Fries and dark chocolate
Have a nervous habit: Biting my nails/inside of my cheeks/lips
What is your favorite … ?
Physical quality (in yourself): Eyes and hair, even though they are boring brown
In Others: Eyes, height
Food: Salad, chocolate, chicken nuggets
Artist/Band/Group: Led Zepplin, Radiohead
Author/Poet: Have a soft spot for Donne and Whitman
TV Show: Community always
Actor/Actress: no. everyone.
Day one of #SDCC? A resounding success.
The tortillas at this restaurant are giving me life. Mexican food how I have missed you
Could there be a more perfect book for our apartment???
I don’t hate you. It’s getting clearer every second that you’re totally batshit crazy, but you’re a beautiful, sweet girl.
PRO TIP: watching “how it’s made” is SUCH a good way to combat an anxiety attack! There’s soothing music, a soothing narrator who’s intonation never changes (narrators never yell or change their speaking pace), it’s engaging enough to keep you occupied but doesn’t force you to think too hard!
also sometimes the narrator makes bad puns