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29 Yogyakarta, Indonesia Man


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  • Ages 18–35
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Last online
Aug 25
6′ 0″ (1.82m)
Body Type
Strictly vegetarian
When drinking
Agnosticism, but not too serious about it
Gemini, but it doesn’t matter
Graduated from university
Entertainment / Media
Doesn’t have kids, and doesn’t want any
Likes cats
English (Fluently), Dutch (Fluently), French (Okay), German (Poorly), Norwegian (Poorly)
My self-summary
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A dreamer with a lust for life, always ready for adventure, eager to get onto the train, perpetually torn between love and destruction.

Although I'm not your typical tree hugging guy, I'm a nature child. Of course I had to move to the city to find out. I'm trying to simplify my life, but can't get over my internet addiction.

Not a born social butterfly (although I'm getting better) but I love meeting new people, sharing old memories and creating new ones. I like hitting the bars, especially the ones that have character, and tend to forget about the time.

Travel is what makes my heart race. Solely thinking about the marvels of the road gives me a rush of energy, travels are always a source of inspiration. The world is such a big playground, so it's hard for me understand why people stay in the sandbox.

I enjoy hiking, cycling and playing squash, but you can also always challenge me for a game of pool, chess or tavla.
What I’m doing with my life
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Grow a beard. Circle the world in a paper canoe. Brush my teeth with gasoline. Sleep all day and climb trees at night. Be a monk and drink buckshot and beer.

Other than that, I work as a freelance journalist for a Flemish popular weekly magazine, I'm a amateur writer and a fulltime wanderluster.
The first things people usually notice about me
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I don't get sarcasm. It's really annoying and embarrassing at times and some of my friends make a sport out of mocking me about it. I can be rather naive, but still prefer that to being a cynic. I tend to romanticise the world, but sometimes that's just necessary to cope.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Books: beat generation and related literature (mostly Kerouac and Bukowski), Russian classics (Tolstoy, Dostoevsky, Gogol, Bulgakov), Steinbeck, Kundera, Nabokov, H.S. Thompson, Krakauer, Marquez, Thoreau, Wilde, some more contemporary authors (Hornby, Ellis, Foer, Saramago, Murakami). Lately I've been reading more non-fiction (history, nature, science, mountaineering, adventure and travel stories). Update: Dumas! YESYESYES!!

Movies: the only way I can watch movies without being distracted all the time is on my own in the cinema (preferably the late night showing). That being said, I generally - but definitely not exclusively - prefer more independent movies over blockbusters. Before Sunrise/Sunset/Midnight, Donnie Darko, Lost in Translation, Woody Allen, Chat Noir/Chat Blanc, Eternal Sunshine of Spotless Mind, The Pianist, The Lion King, etc.

Besides a game of football or a documentary every now and then, I hardly watch tv. In fact, if it weren't for my housemate (addicted to series) I wouldn't even have a television.

Music: mostly indie, folk with hints of electronic, hiphop and pop. And the angry young man inside of me needs his dose of punk every now and then. Artists: Frank Turner, Beach House, Dan Mangan, Refused, Eels, The Raveonettes, Kendrick Lamar, The Smiths, Jens Lekman, Belle and Sebastian. This list is definitely the most endless of them all. More:

Food (and drinks): YES! Eating and drinking is one of the absolute joys of life! Very enthusiastic about trying new flavours or dishes, as long as they're vegetarian. My favourite exotic cuisines are Thai and Georgian, although nothing beats a big pack of Belgian fries and a beer when coming back from travels.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
The open road, a pair of hiking boots, my race bike, an empty notebook, cold beer with old and new friends, and the mighty Football Club Bruges.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
How to live life. I've come to the conclusion that there are a couple of goals I'd like to achieve. For starters I think it's really important to get to understand myself. Regardless of how cliché it sounds, one of the chief ways to do so, is to go out of our comfort zones. Of course, we can stay in our own bubble, but that's easy. And easy is always too easy. We live our lives with regret, fighting for perfection, but settling for something that's indecesively good or bad. We'll never know if we can achieve more unless we push ahead.

Yes, I overthink things ;-)

But do not worry: I'm just as likely to be thinking about my next meal to eat, book to read, article to write, hike to hike or trip to take (I always want more, more, MORE)
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
I wish I could write something highly original here, but alas! So yeah, either out with friends, chatting about life, love and football, or reading a book at home. Or watching the stars.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I've smuggled Armenian cognac into Iran. Not because I'm an alcoholic, but because Armenian cognac is really, really good =)

I write poetry behind hotel room paintings.

When I'm drunk, I turn into a kleptomaniac.
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You feel like it, simple as that.