30 Winnipeg, Manitoba, CA
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My self-summary
I don't bite hard— or at all, unless it's food.
I'm an open-minded activity-loving person, and would totally dig doing more activities.

Traits: open-minded, progressive, confident, rational, analytical, generally honest, information seeker/sponge, calm, patient, usually less expressive (always happy, not as often smiling), less ambitious, gamer (if that's a trait?)

I care about scientific, environmental, psychological, technological, and similar topics. That said, I'm also young at heart despite frequently being serious.

There's no spot to list interests, so I'll list them here: Sports and outdoor activities, and games are probably my favourite. This includes climbing, cycling, soccer, badminton, football, ultimate, PC gaming, tabletop or social games, and others. Not much into watching sports though. I possibly spend too much time on the web for my own good.
I'm also interested in anything intellectual (science, science fiction, anthropology, nature (animals, geology, plants), politics, strategy games).

Looking for Friends, Online friends, some sort of outdoor activity partner, or a date.

Oh, and I hate vanilla yogourts.
(but I eat them anyway. I just let them sit in misery extra-long first) It's OK, I won't judge you if you like them.

Why is the only space I get to legit describe myself the part that is supposed to be a "summary"? Seems rather dumb.
What I’m doing with my life
Probably not shopping. I don't like spending money on new physical things much; I'm quite anti-consumerist. Will usually just get some things used or from online or for cheap.

I like helping people and oftentimes spend spare time helping people with things (computer help, garden work, baby sitting, errands)

I hope in the future to do more traveling, since the world is massive an there's lots of different things in different areas. Exploring can be pretty fun.
I’m really good at
-Knowing stuff. Hopefully useful things 'cause I don't like knowing useless things.
-Procrastinating. I like to float along the flow of the river I guess you could say.
-Listening, and along those lines keeping things confidential.
-Solving problems? At least some problems. Also, along those lines, possibly negotiating.
-Maybe arguing? but I'd rather call it reasoning-with or persuading.
-Thinking of new ideas which should probably be done, but never write them down or do anything about.
-Dealing with computers. 'Cause I use them too much, and had them around since I was a baby.
-Starcraft because it's an awesome game.
The first things people usually notice about me
I guess I can put down things I hear, though can't say they are the first things noticed.
Supposedly I'm nice.
Yeah, whatever.

Also people say I know a lot about stuff, and I'd agree with them, but there's still a difference between "stuff" and "everything".
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Many movies I forget about, but these I remember to be pretty favourite:
Forrest Gump; Clockwork Orange; Snatch; Fight Club; Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, Amelie, The Boondock Saints, Ocean's trilogy, Monty Python and the Holy Grail, The goonies, Serenity, The Lost Room (miniseries), 3 Idiots (<— totally recommended), Thai commercials

Music: many different songs by different artists, usually rock, electronicish, or instrumental (fan of cello/orchestra/piano). Tim Halbert, Ronald Jenkees, Grand Theft Audio, Linkin Park, Apocalyptica, The Offspring, Dropkick Murphys, The Prodigy

TV: Game of Thrones!, Prison break, Check it out! With Dr. Steve Brule, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Arrested Development, Breaking Bad, Firefly, Adventure Time, Mr. Robot.

Food: wine, beer, cheese, kefir/yogourt, raw vegetables, stir-fry, baklava! Foreign food, junk food— i.e. lots of stuff.
The six things I could never do without
This is such a stupid request to ask of people here in my opinion. Maybe it hints at people's intelligence or humor or something? Anyway the answer I gave/have:

Not counting shelter, electricity, food/water.
• Bicycle (or automobile if it had unlimited/renewable fuel)
• Microwave/fryer/oven/grill
• Fridge/freezer
• Some type of computer (and internet)
• probably at least a person or few (+ you of course)
• Oh and lastly, I certainly could NEVER stand to live without Meterois by Louis Moinet— Who could?
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Thinking about stuff I've learned that day, thinking about various moral/social issues, inventions, games, people (previous/future conversations), probably some sort of tune in my head.

Oh and the other half of the time I bet I'm wondering if I got any new messages from cool people here.

I tend to over-think some things. Related to that I may probably then talk about a small thing "too much" as well.
On a typical Friday night I am
Probably staying home since I never feel a massive need to go out, even though I love doing it. I like to go out for parties, activities, or whatever else, but I don't go out of my way to do them; I'm not a needy/lonely type I guess.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
One of the only things I've stolen in my life was some toy(s) when I was like 5 years old. I guess you need to learn at one point or another.
You should message me if
Not based on my photos, since I really need to update them (but haven't bothered). Then again friends don't need photos to be friends.

-You could use another friend
-You like to eat good food
-You don't know who I am
-You aren't allergic to people
-You haven't killed anyone recently
-You aren't a con-artist
-You didn't run away to join a circus when yo were twelve.
-oh right, and something about being interested in my profile or some junk like that.
-actually something that came to me is if you know a good place to play badminton or soccer, or in touch with an ultimate frisbee team.