How do you ever write about yourself? I can't ask if you want to
What I’m doing with my life
Living, working, dancing, drinking, thinking, reading, caring,
criticising, analyzing, struggling, suffering, loving, breathing.
I’m really good at
Filling these out.
The first things people usually notice about me
I am usually shy and 'stay in the background' when I meet someone
for the first time. Although, I guess it could be this weird strand
of hair that I always had, standing against gravity.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I love cooking, and eating. I mainly do just about everything
I like most genre of of music, although lately it seems I don't
have the patience to listen much to it. Instead I go to live events
and dance around this problem ;) Lately, however, I'm hooked with
the black keys.
I love dancing, closed eyes, swirving on the dancefloor. It's
mostly electronic music but also anything with a rythm
Movies are just too many, books less I guess. I've been reading
some great variety of things lately, and I loved it all. From
Stephen-Jay Gould and the amazing story of evolution, to the
brilliant detective stories of Gilbert K. Chesterton, all the way
to some brilliant intuitions of Kierkergaard about God, the void,
subjectivity and more.
The six things I could never do without
Food, Sexuality, Dancing, Friends, Laughter, the Sea
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Philosophy, lately. Critique of ideology. Dissemination and
implementation of Industrial Ecology. Loss of wonder, or
indifference, in modern subjectivity. If I can ever fall in love
again, like I used to when I didn't 'know'.
On a typical Friday night I am
Having some beer someplace, trying to dance a week's
chair-from-work off, or just chilling in the couch after a long
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I wear the stupidest clothes when I sleep
You should message me if
If you like me or hate me, both can be so interesting.
Edit: And if you think that you are something more than a person
that tries to "be happy, enjoy every moment, travel, bla bla bla".
A life worth living is more than that.