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I’m looking for

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  • Ages 27–40
  • Near me
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My details

Last online
Jan 13, 2013
Asian, Indian
5′ 6″ (1.68m)
Body Type
Mostly anything
Christianity, but not too serious about it
Leo, but it doesn’t matter
Graduated from masters program
Rather not say
Doesn’t have kids, but might want them
English (Fluently), French (Okay), Spanish (Okay)
My self-summary
Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
How to describe oneself. Let's see....Meyers-Briggs tells me that I'm INFP. Although the "I" was close since it was almost split with "E". Anyways, if you don't know what Meyers-Briggs is then you have no idea what I'm talking about up to now and so I'll just toss out Meyers-Briggs.

So many atrocities and terrible incidents occurring not only in undeveloped nations but also in what we consider developed countries. So I am grateful and think myself fortunate to not only having been given this life but I feel lucky that I had grown up in Canada. Perhaps that is much of the reason why I smile a lot. Hard not to be happy about how lucky we are.

I love making people smile and laugh. Granted I love laughing along myself. But it's amazing how good it feels not only hearing laughter but realizing that you initiated that. I'm not necessarily the best story teller but my humour comes from wise crack one-liners mostly that sometimes border on being sarcastic.

I tend to be very active and I don't like being lazy
(although I do sometimes succumb). We are lucky to be given this world to experience and with that there is so much to learn and do and I love taking advantage of that.
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
How to describe what I'm doing with my life? Perhaps sub-headings are a good way to try to explain this.

Healthy Living
I love living healthy, I'm certainly not saying that I don't drink socially, don't eat junk food or succumb to bouts of laziness as I do all three sometimes at the same time. But I have made some attempts at a foundation for a healthy lifestyle. I use my bike and walk to places when I can. Being active with volleyball, running, tennis, ultimate, snowboarding, helps me to stay healthy in an enjoyable way too.

I also cook as much as I can using ingredients from stores I can walk to or farmer's markets. Well I suppose I still have to visit larger chain grocery stores since bananas aren't yet available in famers markets.

I swear when I was younger I thought I had 2 left feet. But suddenly in 2011 I found myself on stage performing as part of a salsa troupe. It was a terrifying and exhilirating experience. But turns out I loved it so I kept on performing. Although I'm taking a break right now but still do latin dancing socially.

A few years ago I left my job for a year to go traveling and I spent most of that time in South America. Truly an incredible experience. With my most recent vacation I finally hit the last continent (yes I know I'm leaving out Antarctica) that I hadn't set foot on with my trip to Tanzania. So yeah to say I love traveling may be putting it lightly.

My friends have been a great source of strength for me. I have good friends I have known since as far back as I can remember to good friends that I have made relatively recently. I suppose it helps that I really enjoy connecting with people and sometimes out of that a new friendship is born.

Almost forgot about this. I suppose this shows where on the priority list this topic lies. Don't get me wrong as I'm grateful for my tech job especially in an industry that has had some really bad times. I also seem to be good at what I do since they continually want me to take on greater challenges and broader responsibilities. But truth be told I'm not a 9-to-5 career oriented person. Meaningful and fullfilling work is important to me but my preference is to be more independent and have more flexibility with a "be your own boss" mentality. And I am setting myself up to make that happen.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Generally I'm good at a variety of sports but the one I currently play the most often is volleyball.
One of my consistent hobbies over the past few years is running. Although I can't say that I'm awesome at it but the beauty of it is that you don't have to excel at it for the benefits it provides.
Oh, I'm also really good at getting lost in foreign cities. Almost too good.
The first things people usually notice about me
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I have been told that I have a nice smile. My parents will be happy to know that the thousands they spent on my dental work did not go to waste!
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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I don't watch TV much or at all really. I don't even have cable so I can't say I have any favourite shows.

I do have my fair selection of Malcolm Gladwell and Stephen Covey books. I guess that isnt really uncommon. I did read Three Cups of Tea recently and quite liked it although I suppose I should read Three Cups of Deceit as well. I have the series of Harry Potter, Chronicles of Narnia, Lord of the Rings, and the Hunger Games. Otherwise I have a stack of travel guides for various countries around the world of where I've been or where I'd like to go.

I am such a sucker for going to the movies with popcorn in hand. So I have too many favourite movies to name. But your standard favourites are probably mine as well. I really loved the movie The Way but I could easily relate to it having walked El Camino twice.

Sometimes I just enjoy listening to the radio or a playlist and just enjoying what randomness comes on. I love my friends playlists. My playlist changes but right now some of the groups I listen to are Coldplay, Adele, Killers, Mana (from Mexico), and Manu Chau.

I love many types of food from a plethora of different cultures. And I'm usually adventurous enough to try new foods. Traveling certainly helped with that. Hard to pick out a favourite but Thai really sticks out in my mind. Of course good sushi is hard to beat. Then again Indian really kicks! Oh but I know this great Chinese place....

Sounds like I eat out all the time but I actually try to eat home cooked food as often as I can.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
- my backpack that is always with me when I travel
- a latin music venue
- a home where I can host my friends
- fresh ingredients to cook with
- meaningful work
- my bicycle
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
- where I'm going to travel to next; actually I'm going to Spain next
- how to live freely without being stuck in the 9-to-5 mentality
- the stuff I have to do that I'm not doing at that moment
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
I don't necessarily have a typical Friday night but sometimes here are some things that I might be up to:
- having a drink with some co-workers
- latin dancing
- hanging out with friends
- maybe skating on the canal if it's winter
- perhaps heading out of town some where
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I can't snap my fingers. I know; sounds silly. But it's true. Never have been able to. But I'm a good whistler. Perhaps one compensated for the other.
You should message me if
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- You are at least even somewhat independent and have your own independent hobbies/goals.

- You would consider yourself to be an active person.

- You are interested in relationship building
(either short or long term)