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  • Ages 18–26
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Last online
Oct 7
6' 3" (1.91m)
Body Type
Used up
My self-summary
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I'm a fairly quirky guy who likes experiencing new things, especially ones that are alien to my culture. I value taking it easy and appreciating the small things to life.
What I’m doing with my life
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I'm currently in the process of creating a hobby beekeeping business, and possibly a tie-dying one too. There's many things I want to learn about and explore, such as the mathematics of probability and statistics, a good method to start my own crop-rotation vegetable garden, and I'd really like to find some decent places to go hiking and camping(let me know if you've discovered some neat locations).

I also have a yard maintenance and cleaning job, with most of our work coming in from people in housing trust who'd lose their home if they don't sort out their mess. Entails me seeing lots of interesting things. (:
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Thinking critically; failing at making beds. I've been told that I'm a good listener.
The first things people usually notice about me
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My dashing animal magnetism, clearly. ;)
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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I really enjoyed reading the Dune and Lost Regiment series; the former with it's intriguing futuristic world and cunning maneuver of politics, and all the philosophical exchanges of the later books, and the later is a well-written science-fiction war series that had a historical background in an era that I'm rather fond of, the American Civil War. I was really into a high-school psychology text book as well, gave me an introduction to how scientists explore the world at a crucial moment in my development.

I stopped watching television and movies for quite a number of years, as I became disinterested in all the vapid, phony nonesense: if a movie doesn't logically add up to me, I generally start to lose interest, and I really hate the tactics marketers use with advertisements. I have been watching a few movies lately though, The Godfather was pretty neat. Favourites would be American Beauty and Fight Club, they really spoke to my angst filled adolescent self. The Chaser's War on Everything was an utterly hilarious show, loved all the pranks and lines, with it's thoughtful political and social commentary framework. Rick and Morty and Breaking Bad are pretty amazing too.

My passion lies in music; I tend to listen to whole albums and like many genres, and my friends tend to wonder how I can listen to something fast, angry and raw, to something mellow, complex and very "musical", to then something pop and somewhat girly and emotional. To name favorites: Pink Floyd, Dead Kennedys, Ween, Camera Obscura, Blink-182, Against Me!.

There's this place in China Town that sells an absolutely delicious laksa. Going there with the family was my favourite treat as a kid, and it's still a little special to me. The first taste bombards my taste-buds with a wave of excitement, I've always liked good food.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
At the risk of sounding pretentious, intellectualism: I value the truth, I find that there's so many misconceptions floating about that are, in a way, harmful.

The soothing smell of moisture in the air after it's rained.

Music that touches the soul, that makes me wanna jump up and down, twirl, scream, groove, cry, be awe shocked by it's intensity, bring that goofy grin to my face, whatever style it is.

The medium that gives access to a vast amount of information and media known as the internet.

The company of interesting and open-minded people.

Pet alpaca (I don't have one and everyday is a struggle).
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
"What would be the evolutionary roots behind that norm, how does it effect the collective, do I want to abide by it and by doing so, reinforce the status quo, or do I wish to reject it and cultivate the social change I desire on a personal level?"

"Why would an individual frame the topic in such a way and have that opinion, what logical merits does it have? What premises does it depend on to be valid (if it is indeed, valid)?"

"Gah what to eat, why don't I ever plan in advance ._. "
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Being goofy with friends and mucking about, or more often than not, taking it easy at home with some good music, incense, candles and messing about on the computer.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I admit nothing. You can read between the lines but I need plausible deniability. ;)
You should message me if
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You like cuddling, but not picket fences.

You can go a little crazy and still keep your head.

You want to try new things and go to new places.

And you aren't too normal ;)