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I’m looking for

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  • Ages 20-35
  • Near me
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My details

Last online
Nov 26
Relationship Type
Mostly monogamous
5' 8" (1.73m)
Body Type
Average build
Post grad
Doesn’t have kids but wants them
English (Fluently), Chinese (Somewhat), Malay (Somewhat)
My self-summary
Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
She would smile. That’s the first thing she always does, when she sees me. That upward turn of her lips, ever so slight, but her eyes don’t lie. She is always happy to see me. Even when we fought on the phone or text, she would always smile when she sees me again.

I asked her why once, fingers tangled in her brown hair. She turned around and kissed me, a peck on the chin and said, “Because you remind me that my world, my life, is perfect,” I would have asked her how, then. But our limbs were getting distracted by other things.

She gives me this feeling that I belonged in this world. I told her once that her smile gave that feeling to me. She retorted, “Well, you don’t have to smile to do that to me,” I wasn’t sure why, but I sobbed, no, cried openly into her arms and bosom that night.

I once told her earnestly that I always felt extremely lucky to have her. She poohed it and said that everyone is lucky. And didn’t she have me to give purpose to her life as well? “Well,” she says, “I guess we are both lucky to have each other then?”

And then she smiled.


Hi there. I tell stories.

As you can see from the one above, I'm an incurable romantic.

That doesn't mean I'll go all clingy on you, though. I'm out to remind people of their awesomeness so that the world will be a better place. It would take one hell of a woman to make me budge from that.
What I’m doing with my life
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I tell stories, some of which, I get paid for.

I'm also voraciously devouring all I can about what makes people tick, so that it will make me more effective at going about my life's mission.

My Job is listed as Other because none of the stuff in that drop down list could adequately describe "entrepreneur". I am a man of many hats, professionally. You could even call me a baby unicorn (because I can't say that I'm that magical, this early into my career).

Here's the thing about entrepreneurship though, your income will deviate through all the ranges on that list. Very few of us have a steady income and if you come across a young entrepreneur who looks like s/he's got it all together, chances are it's a facade. Entrepreneurship: It's not as glam as the government makes it look.

I only lightly exercise and I look quizzically at people willing to compromise their knees on weekend marathons. But just because I'm not willing to get early-onset arthritis, doesn't mean I am unfit. I can probably still kick your ass at badminton. Unless you have got professional training before, in which case I admit defeat.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Selling. Life's number 1 skill. Don't let your aversion to oily salesmen say otherwise.
Learning. Get me interested with anything and I will pick it up in record time.
Suspending Disbelief. I am naturally curious but with a strong streak of skepticism from my past. This one skill has allowed me to get stories I would never have been able to tell otherwise. It also happens to be my most profitable trait so far.
Pattern Matching. Quite a lot of times, I'd match two seemingly unrelated circumstances and come up with an observation that oftentimes either bowls people over or falls flat explosively.
The first things people usually notice about me
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My eyes. They tend to betray my real age.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Two books that changed my life:
1) The Answer by John Assaraf and Murray Smith
2) The 4 Hour Workweek by Tim Ferriss

Fiction-wise, I recommend any book by:
1) Neil Gaiman
2) Terry Pratchett
3) Warren Ellis

1) Fight Club
2) Miller's Crossing
3) Infernal Affairs 2
4) Spirited Away
5) Before Sunset. Yes, the second one.

TV Shows:
1) Sherlock - Bromance with mystery
2) House - What do the evidence imply?
3) The West Wing - There's good work. Then there's GOOD work.
4) Stargate SG1 - Major Sam Carter. Nuff said.
5) Ed - Romance. High School. Julie Bowen.
6) Firefly - Whedon in SPAAAAaaaaaceeee
7) Castle - Nathan Fillion playing himself as a best selling author.

1) Upbeat, melodic music. Good example: SNSD - Gee
2) Epic orchestral music. Example: 2 Steps from Hell, Nobuo Uematsu
3) 80s Music

1) Nom nom nom nom
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
Detachment to worldly possessions, says the Buddhists. But I am still here in this world because of the following:

1) My mission
2) My feet
3) My sense of humour
4) My intuition
5) My words
6) My faith in the future
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.

How to tell better stories.

What's for lunch?
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
out and about with friends or chilling out with my folks back at their place.

Sometimes, I need them to remind me of the abundance of love in the world. Also, my parents PDA. I don't think I'll ever get tired of sneakily photographing them while they are loving each other.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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Internally, I am more intense than is comfortable for most people. I usually put up a front that makes people think I don't have a care in the world.

That is only my defense mechanism. I care a little too much and I am aware that I can only do so little.

Which is why I tend to focus very hard on one thing at a time and ignore every thing else. Sometimes, that is a person. It can get stifling, but if you like some hardcore attention, you should give me a try.

I am a human being, not a human doing. Awesome is something that I am, it's not something that I do. What this means is that I am okay with who I am.

Who I am will grow and change but for now, I am perfect in my imperfections.
You should message me if
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Nah. You won't message me.

Messaging first is something that guys do anyway and I am okay with that.

Feel free to lurk around my profile. I might just say hi.