Imani Paul

Your brown eyed girl

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If music be the food of love, play on.
— William Shakespeare

The power of music is something that has always fascinated me. It can tell a story. It can evoke memories long forgotten. It can stir our emotions. 

Being a play-by-ear musician, I’ve always been a little put off by music theory. (I’ll give my musicians twenty seconds to balk, and then we have to move on. And… go!) I can admit that it’s practical, but a knowledge of intervals and scales isn’t necessary to know what sounds good. 

When a song moves you, you just know. Right? You’re no longer just listening… you’re experiencing. You can’t help but listen with rapt attention, savoring every note. Chills dance down your spine as you’re enveloped in the satisfaction of that indescribable something you didn’t know even realize was missing until suddenly you were feeling it’s presence. In that moment, you feel incredible.

I believe that romance is like music. It awakens your senses and sweeps you off your feet. It lights a fire deep within you and leaves you feeling like the best version of yourself. Isn’t that the way you deserve to feel all the time? 

I’m a woman comprised of many notes: creative and analytical; graceful, but wonderfully quirky; passionate, and sinfully sweet. Good old fashioned romance meets let the good times roll. And I just might be the song that touches you to your core and awakens something within you.

Press play.


Age + 20s

Height + 5’3

Ink + 2

Shoe + 7.5

Dress + 2/Small


F.A.Q.

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Where are you based?

 

I’m based in Raleigh, NC, but I’m available anywhere in the United States for fly-me-to-you dates.


What do you do for fun?

 

I’ve always been really into music and digital photography, and have been focusing on sharpening those skills lately. I enjoy attending live shows, walking through art galleries (photography galleries especially), and taking pictures of beautifully plated food.

I could go on, but discussing interests would be better suited for the dinner table, don’t you think?


Why do you require deposits?

 

Your time is valuable, and so is mine. Nobody likes being ghosted right before a date they’ve been looking forward to! A deposit is to help discourage any bad behavior.


Do I have to screen? I’m just not comfortable

 

Absolutely. I’m sure you understand that it’s a matter of my safety to know who I’ll be going on a date with. I screen both to ensure that we are compatible and to be sure that you are who you claim to be. I don’t ask for any more information than you’d put on a public social media profile or an application. I take pride in being discreet; your information is kept secure and is disposed of once screening is finished. If you aren’t willing to screen then we cannot meet.


How can I expect you to dress for our date?

 

I enjoy dressing up and my style is a blend of contemporary meets classic, with soft feminine touches. I like rich colors and lush fabrics, retro vibes and contemporary lines. Wherever we’re going, rest assured I’ll be dressed in a way that is appealing both to the setting and the eye.


I’m worried about being scammed. How can I be sure you’re legitimate?

 

I’m pretty active on social media. You'll find musings, cheesy jokes, and candid selfies on my Twitter. For the aesthetes, my Instagram is where you'll find snapshots of life, iPhone photography, and—of course—even more selfies. That should be enough to prove that I’m real.

Look at it this way: It’s entirely possible that I’ve curated multiple social media accounts, invested in photoshoots, and designed (and redesigned) an entire website simply to scam you out of one fourth of my rate.

It’s more likely that that’s not the case.


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