32W Social Homebody Seeks Man With Whom To Build A Forever Home
"home" in the interpersonal sense but bricklayers should also get in touch
this week’s hot single doesn’t party anymore, but that doesn’t mean she can’t chat you (or your grandpa) up. when she’s not mingling in a multi-generational way, you’ll find this social homebody in cozy mode with a good book and her trusty pup. she does in fact get out of this house sometimes, and has recently picked up a somewhat polarizing hobby. could you be the man with whomst she builds a home??
stay hot 🥵
p.s. don’t forget to submit your classifieds for next week! they’re out on tuesday. we already have some juicy stuff…
what’s your go-to party trick?
I don’t party much in the sense of going to bars or clubs (got that out of my system during my first go-around in NYC circa 2012-2014, shoutout to all my other Output/Verboten attendees), but when I do go out, I can really talk to anyone, any age, and find a connection. I’ve been told I’m prettttyyy outgoing, even in sobriety. Recently, I was visiting my parents, and my dad introduced me to a childhood friend of his. This guy was in his 80s. We talked for a bit about my dad as he knew him growing up, and later on, he told my dad, “HEY, YOUR DAUGHTER IS FUNNY!” I enjoy talking to people, connecting and having fun. But what I love most is going home and getting cozy in bed with a good book and my pup (and hopefully you).
tell us about a subculture or community you’re part of and how you got involved
I do improv, and i fuckin love it! I started taking classes in Winter ‘21/’22 amidst omicron, as a way to get out of the house and stay connected. I just signed up one night on a whim. As I walked into the first class, I felt like a fool, looking around at my classmates and thinking, “Wow, we have to be the dorkiest group of New Yorkers ever,” but I was so wrong, and that was just judgmental fear! I love my weekly improv classes for getting out of my head, working with others, building skills for real life and just spending two hours each week laughing. The comedy community in NYC is genuine, beautiful, and positive. I love how it brings together people of all ages, job descriptions, and backgrounds.
😈 what’s your toxic trait?
I value my alone time. I’m used to doing life alone, and I want to learn to partner with someone in a real way and go through shit together.
🥵 what makes you hot?
I was a full-time influencer from 2016-2021 and have since taken a step back. I use the internet in a much different way now. I have much better balance and boundaries now, and don’t share everything with the internet the way I used to. I think social media can be great (discovering new opinions, learning something new, meeting folks) but also really bad (comparing, always pushing us to buy something, the feeling of emptiness and lack that it can leave us with). However, you will not find me endlessly scrolling and addicted to my phone - I have boundaries and savor offline time.
🔎 who are you looking for?
I’m looking for a romantic partner, the real thing, someone to do this life thing with. I want somebody nonjudgmental, kind, compassionate, and patient, and who has been through something big, and come out on the other side of it.
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