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Comedian Steve Rannazzisi, in his first public comments since he was exposed for lying he was in the World Trade Center during the 9/11 attacks, explained how he believed his deception protected him from “cruel” fellow comedians and defined his career.

Rannazzisi, star of “The League,” apologized Tuesday during a 40-minute interview on Howard Stern’s radio show and addressed last months’ New York Times story that revealed he wasn’t working in the Merrill Lynch office on the 54th floor of the World Trade Center south tower when the north tower was hit. Rannazzisi recounted the fake experience to interviewers for years and claimed the ordeal motivated him to follow his dreams of being an entertainer.

“Do you think of yourself as psychologically disturbed? How do you view yourself after doing this thing?” Stern asked.

“Psychologically disturbed — I don’t know if that’s the way to put it,” Rannazzisi said. “I do see someone and am starting to figure out more about myself: codependency and wanting people to like me and to make people happy.”

The “why” is still unclear, he said.

“It wasn’t calculated at all,” he said. “It was as simple as sitting at the Comedy Store and everyone being like, ‘Hey, you’re from New York?’ ‘Yeah.’ ‘Were you just there? You were around?’ ‘Yeah, I was downtown.’ ‘You worked there?’ ‘Yeah, I did.’”

Within seconds, Rannazzisi said he felt he couldn’t set the record straight.  

“You have like 15 seconds, I think, to kind of go, ‘Wait, hold on. Stop. I’m sorry. That’s not true.'” he said. “If you pass that 15 seconds … now, it becomes a thing where you’re like, ‘Now, I have to be the guy that’s very strange and weird and just said I lied about 9/11.’”

Once the fake story gained traction, Rannazzisi said the resulting sympathy gave him security in the brutal comedy community.

“I think it might have been like, comedians are cruel people, especially in the beginning,” he said. “And I kind of was like, well maybe people will not be as mean to me or not make as many jokes about me because they think that this is what I went through.”

When the Times confronted him last month with conflicting versions of his 9/11 story, Rannazzisi responded with a statement confirming that he had lied. The confession may be damning to his career, but he said he feels relief and is glad he can finally apologize.

“I know what I did was terrible, and I know that I hurt a lot of people — people that lost people, people that helped people survive — and those people, those are the people that I truly am sorry,” he said. “That’s why I wanted to come on here.”

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4 Comedian Lifehacks With ‘Hack My Life’ Co-host Brooke Van Poppelen

While she might not be a household name yet, Brooke Van Poppelen is a prominent member of New York’s local comedy scene performing stand-up and hosting gigs on the regular. On top of that, she’s earned writing credits on MTV’s “Girl Code” and screen time on “@Midnight,” “The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson” and more. So joke’s on you, New York, if you’re just hearing of her now. 

In other words: she’s here, she’s funny, and she’s back on your TV.

Van Poppelen returned this month as co-host of truTV’s “Hack My Life” Season 2, where she explores the many #lifehacks that have infiltrated our modern existence with co-host Kevin Pereira. Does baby powder really remove sand from your feet? Which burns faster in a pinch: potato chips or Doritos? Van Poppelen and Pereira are here to help us out. 

“I had a really enthusiastic audition, and it was really funny ‘cause I don’t book anything,” Van Poppelen told The Huffington Post of the job. “So it was like, ‘Whoa, I booked a TV hosting gig?'” She had worked on the blogging side of truTV for some years, making the transition to being in front of the camera even more sweet. The move was a natural fit. “As a stand-up, I think it’s the go-to sort of thing that you get called in for,” she continued, “because of the nature of what we do as comedians. We tend to make good host candidates.”

And while the show is her first TV hosting spot, the 12-year veteran of the comedy scene has found that her experience onstage has helped on the small screen. “It’s been great to be a comedian and have chops in terms of trying to write jokes on my toes […] sometimes the world of life hacks, they’re very confusing. There are a lot of moving pieces and parts.” And getting to play off Pereira is a natural fit. “The banter with Kevin, especially when the producers and the production just let us fly off the handle, we really go kind of crazy,” Van Poppelen said, before continuing, “Now, some of that stuff doesn’t make it to TV.” As for the stuff that does? You just have to wait and see. 

While talking with Van Poppelen, we learned some valuable insights from her experiences making it in the comedy world. Here are four of our favorite pieces of advice for new acts on the scene. 

1. Don’t stress about being an overnight sensation.

“The hardest thing in my young years was that my mind was there and my writing, but my stage persona … for anyone, it just takes a bit to carve out what your voice is. I am, believe it or not, actually pretty shy,” Van Poppelen explained. A rocky start isn’t unusual for those starting out, who just see polished, experienced performers onstage. Hit up those open mics and sure enough, you’ll be on your way to honing your presence.

2. Try comedy forms outside of your main squeeze. 

Van Poppelen has 12 years of comedy under her belt, starting out in Chicago at Improv Olympics and Second City doing improv and sketch. While writing was her first passion, she dabbled in different kinds of comedy before sticking with stand-up. “I was doing stand-up, improv, sketch and theater. That was a pretty magical time, it was just really taking a crash course in just being on stage, period,” she said.

“I think just getting your feet wet with improv, if you’re not sure what to do is a great first step,” she continued. “You might not continue being an improviser, but I think it shakes you out of your comfort zone, and gives you the courage to try stand-up.”

3. If you need a break from stand-up/improv/sketch, take one.

When asked what kept her going in New York’s famously tough comedy scene, Van Poppelen had an answer right away. “When stand-up feels like I’m banging my head against the wall, I’m the person who’s not afraid to go into my overall — this is a dorky phrase, but basically a toolbox of all skills I have,” she said. “In the sense that it’s like, alright, if stand-up’s causing me frustration, maybe I’m gonna focus on a one-woman show and make that be my passion, or I’m gonna really really delve into writing … So I think I’ve always been smart in the sense that I’ve stayed working, I’ve stayed present, but I’ve shifted my disciplines.” Then you can take your experiences and channel them into your stand-up, coming back to the mic with a refreshed, new attitude.

4. Get out of town.

The high-pressure nature of the big U.S. comedy cities can take its toll on a budding comic. “You forget that you’re even good,” Van Poppelen said. “Advice to anyone that’s burned out: leave New York for a little bit. Get some shows on the road; everyone will think you’re amazing. Then come back to New York with that confidence.” Needing to take a break isn’t a deal breaker for your career, either. “Don’t forget you can go away for a little bit and do what makes you happy. I guess people think that if they even miss one night that they’re going to be forgotten forever,” Van Poppelen said. “It’s just not true.”

”Hack My Life” airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET on truTV.

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Comedian Tracy Morgan Weds 14 Months After Surviving Car Wreck

Tracy Morgan, a star of comedy series “30 Rock” and cast member of “Saturday Night Live,” married his long-time fiancee on Sunday, 14 months after suffering life-threatening injuries in a deadly car wreck, People magazine reported on its web site.

Morgan, 46, sustained a brain injury and broken bones when a Walmart tractor-trailer hit his limousine on the New Jersey Turnpike as he returned from a gig in Atlantic City in June last year.

The comedian’s wedding to Megan Wollover on Sunday night was attended by close friends and family, the couple’s 2-year-old daughter, Maven.

“After almost losing Tracy last year, I am so grateful to finally be married to the love of my life,” Wollover told People.

“We have been through so much and our love is stronger for it,” Wollover was quoted as saying.

 

The magazine reported that Morgan’s representatives also confirmed the marriage.

Morgan has not performed since the crash, in which a close friend died, but will host an episode of sketch show “Saturday Night Live” on Oct. 17, NBC said earlier this month. He was once a regular cast member of the long-running show.

In a television interview two months ago, Morgan wad seen wiping away tears and holding a black cane, saying he needed to heal.

His friend, comedian James “Jimmy Mack” McNair was killed and nine other people were injured in the wreck.

The National Transportation Safety Board held a speeding Wal-Mart truck driver who had been awake for 28 hours responsible for the accident.

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Tracy Morgan, a star of comedy series “30 Rock” and cast member of “Saturday Night Live,” married his long-time fiancee on Sunday, 14 months after suffering life-threatening injuries in a deadly car wreck, People magazine reported on its web site.

Morgan, 46, sustained a brain injury and broken bones when a Walmart tractor-trailer hit his limousine on the New Jersey Turnpike as he returned from a gig in Atlantic City in June last year.

The comedian’s wedding to Megan Wollover on Sunday night was attended by close friends and family, the couple’s 2-year-old daughter, Maven.

“After almost losing Tracy last year, I am so grateful to finally be married to the love of my life,” Wollover told People.

“We have been through so much and our love is stronger for it,” Wollover was quoted as saying.

 

The magazine reported that Morgan’s representatives also confirmed the marriage.

Morgan has not performed since the crash, in which a close friend died, but will host an episode of sketch show “Saturday Night Live” on Oct. 17, NBC said earlier this month. He was once a regular cast member of the long-running show.

In a television interview two months ago, Morgan wad seen wiping away tears and holding a black cane, saying he needed to heal.

His friend, comedian James “Jimmy Mack” McNair was killed and nine other people were injured in the wreck.

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Comedian Julie Klausner on Playing (a Version of) Herself

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About two and half years ago, comedian Julie Klausner sat down to write a spec script. “It was for the show I would want to make if somebody had given me the chance to make any show I could,” she explains to Vogue.com by phone. “I wanted to do some sort of Curb Your Enthusiasm–style, Louie-style show about my life in New York City.”

Klausner based her script on the types of experiences she rants about at the top of her podcast How Was Your Week, “mostly having to do with me acting like an asshole, or someone else acting like an asshole.” She asked her friend and collaborator Billy Eichner—Klausner was already a writer on his show Billy on the Street—to play her TV best friend. He got on board, as did Amy Poehler as executive producer, and the result is Difficult People, a sitcom with two twenty-three-minute episodes available today to Hulu subscribers, that will roll out weekly through September 16.

On the show, the now successful comedians Julie and Billy play the struggling comedians Julie and Billy. Fictional Julie, who lives with her beta-male (he works at PBS) boyfriend Arthur (James Urbaniak) and their two dogs, makes a living writing searingly cruel TV recaps. Fictional Billy, who is eternally single, waits tables—poorly. Some nights they do stand-up, and some days they pursue harebrained get-rich-quick schemes, like bottling the water that comes out of library drinking fountains (Billy: It’s so crisp and cold and delicious!) They’re the type of self-involved, abrasive people who will go to a matinee of Annie on Broadway, and act horrified to discover that there are kids in the row in front of them (Mom in audience: Excuse me, could you please watch your language! Billy: oh my god, I’m so sorry. Miss, miss, I’m so sorry, we can’t do that at all… I paid $ 120. I can say shit if I want to.) It’s funny because Klausner and Eichner are masters of the deadpan delivery, but also because their behavior feels uncomfortably real, perhaps only ten percent more ridiculous and out of touch than how the average narcissistic New Yorker feels entitled to act on a daily basis.

“We really don’t spend time together when we’re not working,” Klausner tells me when I ask if the real Julie and Billy are as close as the TV Julie and Billy. “But the good news is that we’re both workaholics!”

It’s definitely good news for us. Below, Julie Klausner answers our questions about edgy jokes, Twitter filters, and the age of the TV antiheroine (also: basset hounds!).

Your costar Billy just Instagrammed a picture of you guys on a billboard in NYC. How does it feel to have your face on a billboard?
It’s great. It feels really just like a huge relief, to be honest, because Hulu said they were going to promote the show. And they have done that and then some. It’s special to be working with people who do what they say, who put their money where their mouth is.

How would you describe your character Julie to someone who hasn’t seen the show?
My character is someone who is very justifiably bitter about how far she is in life compared to other 35-year-old women. But at the same time, she’s not that self-aware about how she contributes to her own limited success. My character has a boyfriend that she takes for granted, a wildly narcissistic mother. She really loves only one person in the world, her best friend Billy.

You’re playing a character named Julie whose experiences are based on your life. How much of this is you?
I’m definitely more self-aware than the character on the show, less entitled and less confident about being right. There’s no question that the version of myself on the show is way braver; I don’t usually have the courage to say things that piss people off. Also the on-screen version of myself has better hair because she has a hair stylist following her around on set.

There’s a pretty edgy R. Kelly peeing on kids joke in the first episode. Were you worried about how that would land?
I think of that joke as more of a story point than an actual joke. I, personally, Julie Klausner, wouldn’t tweet that joke. I think my character did it on a whim, and the whole point of it is to show that she really has no remorse about things that she says that aren’t very nice.

So your Twitter filter is tighter than your character’s?
Yes, absolutely. I also probably have more followers than she does.

Julie’s boyfriend Arthur is pretty docile. In the second episode, she tries to coerce him into having a man, man, lady threesome with her high school crush. What were you trying to do there?
Well it was important for me to subvert male and female roles. It was important for me to show a version of the same old comedy story, where the lead is usually a guy with a supportive wife who doesn’t have any jokes but is the voice of reason. I wanted to do a version of that thing where that character is trying to convince his wife to have a three-way, and she’s like, eh. . . . This was my twist. It was also important to have a boyfriend who is pretty subservient to me, who isn’t the destination, who is just a third wheel that I take for granted. The traditional model is to have a male comedian in the lead, and to have a beautiful wife who is completely supportive. They tell you to be happy [if you get the part] because she’s likeable. But she doesn’t have the jokes, and when she turns thirty she’s tossed in a pile somewhere.

My character has appetites. She’s hungry. She’s horny. She wants to get whatever she can get out of life, because she knows how unfair life is. She’s not letting anything get in the way of what she thinks she’s entitled to.

Do you see other characters like her on TV?
Yeah, absolutely. I think Lena Dunham is [like that] on Girls, Mindy Kaling [on The Mindy Project], Amy Schumer [on Inside Amy Schumer]. As far as unlikeable female leads who aren’t afraid to behave badly, knowing that’s more fun, that’s Lisa Kudrow in The Comeback.

Do you think we’re in the age of the TV antiheroine?
Someone pointed out to me recently that there are women behaving badly on dramas more than comedies. That may be the case. I don’t really know if it’s part of a bigger trend; I just know I’m lucky I got to write exactly the show and part I wanted.

What am I not asking you about the show?
My character has two basset hounds. I don’t know if anyone else cares about them but I’m an animal lover. They’re the best dogs. They’re so funny. You can’t be in a bad mood with a basset hound. I have a cat so it was nice to make my character a dog person.

Why not make her a cat person?
Because I wanted to work with two basset hounds all the time! It makes me want to get out of bed in the morning. You can follow them both on Instagram: @otis_thebassethound and @marthastale.

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It’s perhaps not surprising that Bridget Everett—a six-foot-tall, classically trained singer, who uses her breasts as props, and routinely sits on the faces of her audience members—would feel at home in the amorphous, anything-goes community of New York City’s downtown performance scene. Her act is neither a comedy show nor cabaret—it’s vaudeville meets raunchy storytelling, set to filthy, hilarious, and really pretty vocals. But ineffable as her act may be, when it started getting attention from more mainstream venues, Everett found herself with a foot in both worlds.

“I’ll walk into a room and I’ll be on a lineup with a bunch of guys or just comics and I’ll have to work twice as hard because they’re not used to seeing a six-foot-tall woman without a bra,” Everett told us by phone. “And, in the world of cabaret, people are also not used to seeing a six-foot-tall woman not wearing a bra. So there’s challenges wherever I go because I don’t feel like I fit a particular mold.”

Despite this balancing act, Everett has been embraced by almost everyone. In 2013, she performed at Carnegie Hall with Broadway mainstay Patti LuPone. She closed out two season finales of Inside Amy Schumer. In 2014, Everett began performing her uproarious, expletive-laden, boob-brandishing show Rock Bottom at Joe’s Pub in Manhattan. Now, Everett is breaking yet another boundary and taking her act to television with her first Comedy Central special, Gynecological Wonder. We chatted with the “alt-Cabaret provocateur” about her new special, becoming friends with Amy Schumer—and their shared devotion to chardonnay.

How many shows did you film to make the special?
We did two shows in one night but it’s almost all taken from the second show. I was a little bit more warmed-up, and I had a little more chardonnay. I was in the zone.

Have you always brown-bagged chardonnay for your performances?
That was actually a gift from friends and they gave it to me on Christmas, it’s actually an insolated wine bag. It helps keep the wine cold throughout the show, which is nice because if I really get talking it can be like two hours.
 
I feel like you and Amy Schumer need to start a chardonnay company.
You know, you are 100 percent right about that. And we both love the same chardonnay: Rombauer. And we’re like, “Why won’t Rombauer sponsor us?” I don’t know if they want to keep their distance from us or they just don’t know how deeply in love we are. When Amy and I text each other, it’s not even, like, “Hey, do you want to get a drink?” It’s, like, “Rombauer?”

Was your friendship with Amy born out of your shared love of chardonnay?
That’s what’s kept us together. No, we met at a comedy festival up in Montreal and I sort of, like, hang back in my room during those sorts of situations because there are so many comics and so many people and it can be a little overwhelming. And Amy was like, “Get out of your room, come down, let’s have some chardonnay, walk around, and say hello to people.” I wasn’t always like that but it seems like the wilder and more outrageous my stage persona becomes, the more withdrawn and reserved I become in real life. I just think just takes so much out of me on stage, so when I’m not on stage, I like to sit at home with some Rombauer and my dog Poppy.

 

Has your stage presence gotten more outrageous over the years?
Yeah. When I’m stage, I just feel like the beast is out of the cage and I’ve got to go fucking crazy. And the more fun the audience is having, the further I’ll go. I want it to be memorable for them and most importantly, I want it to be memorable for me. That’s what makes me think I have the best job in the world. I get to drink all night and sit on people’s faces. It’s not a bad way to make a living.

Has your audience involvement ever backfired?
Oh, it’s backfired before, sure. And I’ve definitely had my fair share of walkouts. But that for me is a good sign that I’m doing something right. I want people to have a very clear and distinct reaction. I don’t want to participate in something that’s, like, take it or leave it. I really want to have an impact.

Do you feel like the comedy scene has changed a lot since you began performing?
It’s funny because I really consider myself more of a singer and a cabaret performer . . . I would have to say the comedy world has evolved at least to the place where it’s allowing and embracing something like what I do. I can’t recall a time in recent years you’d see someone doing cabaret on Comedy Central. I think people are more willing and open to see not just the guy standing there in the hoodie telling dick jokes but like a woman with a plunging neckline with her titty hanging out and thinking that’s funny, too.

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Marty Singer, Chris Tucker’s attorney has released the following statement, “”This lawsuit is absurd and completely without merit. We fully expect this case to be thrown out by the court.”

In his recently filed lawsuit, Hodges claims that he has has been contributing his time and material to the project since 2008, but has not received any consistent financial compensation since 2011. He then goes on to insist that his writing, producing, editing, acting fees and travel expenses have been utterly ignored, as was Tucker’s purported promise to make him a co-producer. That title would have helped Hodges secure more money on the back-end.

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Comedian Grace Helbig is a YouTube phenomenon, the star of her own new show on E! and a New York Times bestselling author, but the self-proclaimed “awkward older sister” says she owes all her success to failure.

In a commencement speech she delivered Friday at her alma mater, Ramapo College, Helbig, 29, recalled an epiphany she had while working an unfulfilling office job while dreaming of being a professional comedian.

“Quite honestly I think it is way more terrifying to be boring than to be a failure,” she said. “Failures are what make you interesting, and they’re what give you perspective and they’re what get you millions of views on YouTube.”

That mindset, she told the graduates, comes from a mantra she picked up while doing improv in New York after graduating in 2007: “Follow your fear.”

“When you’re uncomfortable, that’s when things get really interesting,” she said. “The more I kept doing improv and the more I kept following my fear, the more I realized that being uncomfortable is truly being alive,” Helbig added later. “The only thing you can do in this life is pursue your passions, celebrate your bloopers and never stop following your fear.”

That philosphy, she explained, led her to one of her most laughable learning experiences.

“I’ve auditioned for SNL in front of Lorne Michaels wearing a belly chain and doing my best Jersey girl accent. Oh my gawd, can you believe I didn’t get cast?” she said, flipping on the accent. “Oh my gawd.”

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Remember The ‘Looking For A Girlfriend’ Flyer Guy? Comedian Jena Friedman Tracked Him Down

Dan Perino, the man who has been putting up “Looking For A Girlfriend” flyers around New York for the last eight months, hasn’t exactly found love, although after this interview, he might just be falling for comedian Jena Friedman.

Perino says he’s been on “a couple hundred” dates since he decided to use tear-off tab flyers to find women who might be interested in him. But he’s not just looking for anyone. His type? Petite women, 25 to 37, who are heavy chested. Shocker, I know.

In a new video from Friedman, who also interviewed Jimmy “The Rent Is Too Damn High” McMillan, she sits down with Perino at a bar to find out what this “hopeless romantic” thing is really about — she also gives him an HIV test on the spot.

If you like hilariously awkward interviews that end with both STD test results AND an invitation for a pedicure, you’re going to like this one. And best of luck to Mr. Perino in finding his dream girl.

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Maysoon Zayid, a Palestinian American actress and comedian who has cerebral palsy, got her big break when she was asked to appear on Countdown with Keith Olbermann. Being on television was everything Maysoon had ever dreamed of—until she got home and read the comments online.

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Comedian Maysoon Zayid was diagnosed with cerebral palsy after she lost oxygen during birth. Doctors told her parents she would never walk, but Maysoon’s father had other ideas. “My dad comes up with this idea, and he decides that he’s going to put my feet on his feet,” she says. “So, like, my back is to his belly. My feet are on his feet, and he just starts walking. And that’s how I learned to walk, standing on my dad’s shoes.”

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Bill Cosby Sexual Assault Allegations Continue: Former Hollywood Executive Says Comedian Took Advantage of Her 36 Years Ago

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About Me

If you use FACEBOOK ADD ME.. Zena.vvincent@yahoo.co.uk

Name Zowie after David Bowie’s son -.-" (Prefer my middle name Zena) Which is much better. I’m 23 years old and have two children. William And Renezmaii age 3 and 1 I’m a huge twilight fan and all other films which contain vampers. Hehehe.

(Those who haven’t read the saga. I named my daughter after one of the characters)

I was once a vegetarian for like 3 years until I kinda fancied a McDonald’s the one time

I did beauty and drama at college dropped out of beauty because it wasn’t my thing, but drama was so much fun. I love to act and sing… Karaoke nights are like the best!!?

I’m almost too positive but I like it, makes a rainy day worth waking up for. I Love animals can’t wait for my own house just so I can get a dog. (2 bedroom flats without a garden is impossible to have a dog)

I can adapt to any situation god throws at me. Though sometimes I disagree with his decisions I guess I did something real bad in my previous life. -.-‘

I smoke and would love to quit. Just can’t be bothered right now. Lol.

I’m unbelievably shy, but can talk for hours once I get to know someone.
Looking for an older man as the boys often like to play….
Race means nothing to me as we’re all the same colour on the inside.

I’m a geek and proud of it, My trend changes daily. yes I’m posing on all my photos.
I’m usually happy and smiley. I love to read and watch movies.
I love Vampires and mermaids. Disney Princess’s are my secret Obsession.
The twilight saga is my ultimate favourite movies.
I adore animals and my children.
Looking for somebody genuine and down to earth,also somebody who’s caring and not self absorbed.
Someone human.

PLEASE DON’T BE OFFENDED IF I DON’T REPLY BACK TO YOU. I’M REALLY BUSY AND HARDLY ON HERE..

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What I’m Looking For

Looking for somebody genuine and down to earth,also somebody who’s caring and not self absorbed.
Someone human.

Willing to take people as they are, I’m not fussy at all, somebody who has a heart and likes music and animals, nature loving without being a hippy lol

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