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Gender Female
Location Memphis, TN, United States
Introduction I'm a Southern woman with a trashy mouth, in my late twenties. I like people who can handle me making filthy jokes and saying things about poop and sex. As my mama told me once, I have no shame. I'm married, I live in Memphis and I love it here. It's hot as hell and dirty and poor, but visually arresting, complicated & lush in a way that is hard to describe. I dream lustily of my very own yard & garden, international travel, and throwing off the shackles of the man. If you'd like to share something deeply personal and embarrassing with me (I love it, I love it!), hit me up at
Interests Cooking, travelling, good movies, my husband, cook books, Southern culture, WWOOFing, sex, good tattoos, NPR, music, politics, abortion rights, overuse of the word "shoo shoo"
Favorite Movies Grey Gardens, Shortbus, Clue, Young Frankenstein, The Royal Tenenbaums, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Sweet Movie, Paradise Lost: The Child Murders at Robin Hood Hills, Baby Boom, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf, Mommie Dearest, Perfume: The Story of a Murderer, Like Water for Chocolate
Favorite Music Neko Case, Radiohead, Gillian Welch, Buena Vista Social Club, Girl Talk, Hot Chip, The Avett Brothers, Kimya Dawson, Animal Collective, Cat Power, Billie Holiday, PJ Harvey, Old Crow Medicine Show
Favorite Books The Optimist's Daughter, The Mayfair Witch series, Floating in My Mother's Palm, Harriet the Spy, Working: My Life as a Prostitute, Tipping the Velvet, Middlesex, Birth: The Surprising History of How We Are Born, The Little Friend, The Senator's Wife, The World According to Garp, A Widow for One Year, Persepolis, The Stand, and lots of other stuff!

When your science teacher smashed a frozen rose with a hammer, did you warm the petals to bring them back to life?

I have no idea what this means. I went to a public school in rural West Tennessee, for God's sakes. I do know that we skipped the evolution chapter every year because it seemed like our science teachers were always youth ministers, as well.