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  • Ages 18-34
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Relationship Type
Mostly monogamous
5' 10" (1.79m)
Body Type
Average build
Atheism and laughing about it
Working on Post grad
Doesn’t have kids and doesn’t want them
Has dogs and Has cats
English (Fluently), Dutch (Fluently), German (Somewhat), French (Somewhat)
My self-summary
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I'm a jester, first and foremost. Laughing and making others laugh is the lynchpin of my character. I have a lighthearted outlook on life and found out it's infectious. See the Photos section for an assortment of antics.

I have a soft spot for quirky stories, and the fun is in making them. Strange stuff such as hulahooping to ambient whalesong in a squatter hellhole or seeing a band that only plays songs from '90s cartoons, but a spot of tea and a B-movie work just as well. Don't call it mundane, call it fundane.

Sometimes I put the pro in procrastination, but I'll work on it tomorrow. I can also be scatterbrained: that's probably how I'll end up whenever that much-anticipated World War Z hits.
What I’m doing with my life
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I study Research of Literature(with a BA in English under my belt, finished at Maynooth NUI), with an interest in nature writing and postmodernism(or sophistry, if you will). Afterwards the plan is to get an internationally applicable teaching degree or a PhD in a low-competition area so life goes open world. In the meantime, I tutor high school students in English, do small-time translation jobs, and participate in medicine trials for that cold, hard dosh.

I get my exercise by dancing rock 'n roll(rock4temps, to be precise), because it has lots of spinning around that looks very fancy very quick. I'm also doing an amateur teacher training for the former, so I can spread the dancing fever myself now. Started a small group for it at my student association, so we'll see if it gets popular.

Culture is something you do in my opinion. I write for various student rags, and now also JASON Magazine and Prymates. I also volunteer at lots of events and festivals in small ways, and the most recent ordeal is reviewing shorts for a movie festival to see if they're worth screening. You can also find me bartending, lugging trash and the like at music festivals. I also vow to keep the wristbands but am quick to toss them when they get in my food.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Making frog noises, forgetting faces and whipping up poetry that actually has proper cadance. It's a shame how poems have the stigma of schmaltzy romance attached to it nowadays, otherwise I'd write more for friends.
The first things people usually notice about me
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Puns. I'll take quantity over quality in my humour any day of the week, and me and idiom dictionaries are a match made in hell.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Books: Discworld, Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
Blogs: SlateStarCodex, ThingOfThings, FredrikDeBoer, PopeHat
Movies: Airplane!, Hot Shots, The Naked Gun trilogy
Shows: Community, Archer, Portlandia, Mr. Robot
Games: RPGs that poke fun at themselves à la Paper Mario, multiplayer mayhem à la Smash Bros
Music: Epic metal, deephouse, DnB, chiptune, skapunk, electrojazz, synthpop(I punch up Youtube playlists like FunkyPanda, listing all the artists takes ages)
Food: Summer sauerkraut, rhubarb, spinach pie, rice pie
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
*Free festivals. is my friend.
*A bike, because there's no such thing as free parking outside of Monopoly.
*A world wide web filled with assorted weirdos to marvel at.
*Hertog Jan&Liefmans Fruitesse for the summer eves.
*A closet filled with all sorts of headwear and props that are only appropriate for costume parties.
*A Wii, because of the pick up 'n play aspect. Always good to shove the controller into the hands of a fresh person and see them adapt in a few minutes.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
What to try out next in the grand scheme of bucket lists, and when that dude from the Bank of Niger is finally sending the shipment of 1 million dollars worth of Viagra to my address.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
At any concert/party/b-day that has a sweet theme/music, arriving late because my outfit is horribly awkward to bike around in.

If not at a party, I'm probably scrounging the internet for fangames/mods(currently failing at progress in Fire Emblem: Immortal Sword), parody vids and generous helpings of the soap opera re-enactment that is social media.

This Friday night I went to a heaven-and-hell theme party, dressed as a very Calvinist preacher. Only I'm predestined, but fire and brimstone is its own reward.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I have a severe case of ticklishness and sometimes shave chest tats for theme parties. Those without the stomach for it need not apply.
You should message me if
Offer a few tips to help matches win you over.'re the Brain to my Pinky, who is also good at dopeslaps. Heaven knows I need them sometimes. (want to) know and go out to active timewasters that are off the grid and not too heavy a burden on the wallet(f. ex. World Pillow Fight Day, gigs in bars, cultural festivals, volunteer at riot police training, etc.). hate the way political discussions often go but can't help to get involved in them anyway.