soccer fantasy

ID #52984

Name: Sam
Age: 18
Country: USA

Hi! I’m Sam! I just finished my first year of college, where I’m studying architecture. I’m from New York City, but I love the mountains.
I’m an artist, soccer player, and adventurer. I love fantasy novels, sketch all the time, and watch way too much Game of Thrones, Parks and Rec, The Office, Bob’s Burgers, and Shameless. My favorite bands are Tor Miller, Rhodes, and Magic Man (but I also love the Killers, Lumineers, and OMAM). I play soccer in my free time and love writing letters to people! I’d love to hear about other people’s lives and just talk about anything honestly.

Preferences: Preferably someone 18+!

anonymous asked:

Dude I know you've got a life and stuff (more than I can say for myself...) but holy SHIT was the last part of the supercorp fic good. Like damn, friend, your raw writing talent is something I can only strive to achieve. When you get the chance—I don't mean to be a bother but like the sooner the better—another chapter'd be nice. (Holy hell this is like my drug I just need another installment like I need oxygen.) Anyway, you're fucking amazing and I love you and ugh you're just so fantastic.<3 :D

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