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My self-summary
INTJ for those who puts any faith in that system. The archetype does fit me rather well, to be honest.

I am a realist and sometimes even a bit of cynic. However, I don't see it as something depressing, I simply try to see the world as it is without prejudice. I have a rather pragmatic outlook on life and I tend to take things in stride without getting too worked up. I don't exactly nurture any dream of an utopia (with a corresponding "save the world" complex that seems so common among young adults) but at times I can be quite the romantic in my own way.

An acquaintance once told me that I was the only one within the present company whom he would trust as a politician. In a way, that might be the nicest compliment I have ever received. But worry not, I have no ambitions of becoming a politician.
What I’m doing with my life
Recently-ish graduated and now working as a market analyst, doing analytical stuff. I'm also taking evening classes in philosophy. Beyond that... engaging in various forms of entertainment and self-fulfilment.
I’m really good at
Ah, 'really good' is such a relative concept. Maybe I am good at learning. I could be great but I lack the self-discipline to truly commit myself most of the time.
The first things people usually notice about me
My fluffy hair if I let it grow out. No, but I suspect I have a rather grumpy resting face and I wear quite a lot of black so maybe I look a bit gloomy.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
The lists below are not exhaustive in any way but should hint in which direction my tastes lie. I generally like fiction and futuristic visions.

Mostly classics, science fiction and fantasy. A few favorite authors are Gibson, Hobb, Asimov, Heinlein, Dumas and a bunch more.

Movies and series:
Comedies, action, adventure and science-fiction, drama... you know, lets just say everything. To mention a few examples: V For Vendetta, Dark City, 28 Days Later, Cemetery Man, Dawn of the Dead, Lost in Translation, In Bruges, Pulp Fiction etc.

I tend to change taste quite quickly. Starting from the most recent genre obsession and going backwards: 80s industrial, 90s pop, folk (proper medieval-inspired, not the latest indie rock from Brooklyn), electroclash, synthwave... I could go on. Sisters of Mercy is the current favorite.
The six things I could never do without
My computer
Living close to nature
My pants
Some solitude to wind down once in a while.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
What to cop next. I also sometimes wonder what people would look like if they were bald.
On a typical Friday night I am
Visiting friends or family, reading a book, watching a movie, playing video games, going out to a bar. You know, regular people stuff.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I'm addicted to shopping second hand.
You should message me if
Strawberries, cherries and an angel's kiss in spring
If your summer wine is really made from all these things,
I'll help you pass your time.