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A/S/L:  33/F/CA
Background:  Straight
Purpose:  Networking
Appearance:  Athletic/Fit
5' 5"
Green Eyes
Blonde Hair
Lifestyle:  Don't Smoke
Drink Socially
Professional:  Grad School

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Let's do lunch?

I enjoy dining out and even more so with great company, but as a student I can't afford to do it. If you'd like some company, let me know when and where to meet you

Interests: travel, outdoors, fitness/health
Available (Where): Santa Monica, Brentwood, Westwood
Available (When): Today, Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday

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I wrote about Has it always been so expensive? on Friday, December 15, 2006 1:47 PM:

Little Tokyo downtown has cheap Japanese food (not really sushi though) (can eat for less than $5)

Thai Dishes has the best thai food and is very inexpensive ($6 for two)

Most italian is inexpensive ($10 max) same for mexican

I wrote about Best Date Resturant anywhere in LA? on Friday, December 15, 2006 1:44 PM:

I haven't had a good experience with Cafe Bizou :( The atmosphere was off (usually some unrestrained child wandering around and crying), the food is cold and bland and its a little over priced...

Casa del Mar is a great place for high tea or drinks, esp. at sunset

Wilshire, on the patio at night, is my personal favorite

Typhoon is for that adventureous person - scenery is a small airport - so watch planes instead of yachts - and you can get bugs ;)

There are so many great places to eat in LA :)

I wrote about Favorite odd snack on Friday, December 15, 2006 1:42 PM:

pickles... mmmm

I wrote about Favorite kind of sushi on Friday, December 15, 2006 1:41 PM:

My favorites:
- salmon, but it has to be super fresh and just the right texture and cut
- eel (one of the few that is served warm, looks gross but very yummy)
- baby octupus (which is served whole and is not chewy, but that may be an acquired taste)
I also like the 'special' rolls... the presentation is usually very nice

I do not like:
- squid or octopus, too chewy and no flavor
- yellowtail, etc


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