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My self-summary
My three main rules:
1: To each his own.
2: To judge prematurely means to limit your own knowledge and everyone else's potential.
3: Don't panic. Nobody knows what they're doing. We're all slightly civlized monkeys rushing through an infinite space on a giant rock circling a monstrous fireball, trying to survive.
What I’m doing with my life
I'll join the abhorrent and heinous ranks of a Devillish Conglomerate of Tutors in a few years. (Teaching)
I’m really good at
I'm hesitant here in order NOT to sound like an arrogant prick ;)
Singing, talking, quoting movies, telling jokes, playing games, getting lost, improvising, dealing with animals, driving motorcycles... Ask me to gather more information ;)
The first things people usually notice about me
-Deep voice
-"Knows ALL THE MOVIEQUOTES!" (aka "What the hell are those two dudes talking about? He isn't a king, and kings aren't voted for!")
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
-Big Bang Theory,
-How I met your Mother,
-Two and a Half Men,
-Futurama, Simpsons,
-Avatar: The last Airbender,
-Breaking Bad,
-The Walking Dead,
-Penny Dreadful,
-Various shows that are "For Kids" but have adult humor in them

"Die Zwerge" (The dwarves)-Novels, written by Markus Heitz
"Schatten über Ulldart", Markus Heitz
-"Everything Else" that was written by Markus Heitz :P
-"Die Sieben Schlüssel zum Königreich" (Keys to the Kingdom) by Garth Nix
-The "Demon Cycle" by Peter V. Brett
-"Clan der Otori" by Lian Hearn
-"Hitch Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy" by Douglas Adams
"Artemis Fowl" by Eoin Colfer
-Almost everything Walter Moers has written
-Harry Potter
-Ciaphas Cain novels by Sandy Mitchell

Too Many to count. Many the work of Monthy Python and Mel Brooks. Also, basically every single Disney movie.
(Also Superhero-Movies (esp. Watchmen), all kinds of Comedies, Lord of the Rings (And other Fantasy-Stories), Sci-Fi and so on)
Special Mentions:
-Films like Lucky#Slevin and Payback. I LOVE those.
-V for Vendetta
-Starship Troopers and Highlander (and, FYI: There can only be one. There are no sequels to these movies.)
-Inside Out, Tangled, Baymax, Despiccable Me (+2)
-The Hunger Games
-Hook! :D

-Linkin Park
-Evanescence, Nightwish
-Die Ärzte
-Wise Guys
-Frank Sinatra, Phil collins
-Steampowered Giraffe
-Many, MANY different songs (All from different artists), including, but not limited to:
-Many kinds of Metal
-Jazz (Different kinds)
-Classic Music
-50'6, 60's, 70's and 80's Rock

-Blue Man Group
-"Tanz der Vampire"
-"Die Zauberflöte"
-"Die Hochzeit des Figaro"
-"König der Löwen"

-"The Elder Scrolls" Games
-All kinds of other fantasy-Games (Dark Messiah of Might&Magic, Magicka, Fable 1-3, Diablo 3, Titan Quest)
-Fallout (&Other Sci-Fi-Games like Mass Effect 1&2)
-Flatout (And other racing games, NFS:MW for example)
-Old Console Games (SNES, N64, PS-1) (Special place in my Heart: Paper Mario and, of course, Zelda: Ocarina of Time)
- Final Fantasy (Up to part 9 - The newer ones are... ugh...)
-Rainbow Six Vegas (And others like it, like... The sequel?^^ SWAT 4)
-Strategy-Games (Starcraft 2, Anno, Age of Wonders, Company of Heroes, W40k: Dawn of War, Many of the "Total War" games)
-Dwarf Fortress and .Nethack
-Guild Wars 2
-Pay Day 1&2
-And my all time favorite: City of Heroes (Rest in Pieces, old boy T_T)

The six things I could never do without
-The Internet,
-My computer,
-My enthusiasm for almost everything fantasy- and sci-fi-ish and
-Roleplaying (Pen&Paper) - The freedom to play ANY plot as ANY kind of character you could think of is just unbelievable :D
I spend a lot of time thinking about
-What to do next
-What to expect
-What I did wrong, and therefore, could do better.
On a typical Friday night I am
Out with friends (Playing boardgames ála "Arkham Horror" or "Pandemic", Card games like Magic: The Gathering or RP-Games like Shadowrun, D&D, World of Darkness or Rogue Trader), watching a movie, playing videogames, reading a book, chatting with someone... Many possibilities. But I'm also one for just lying around and relaxing.
I'm not one for partying loudly and drunkenly - though I can hold my liquor pretty well when it's called for.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
As long as it doesn't include other people's business, I'm a very open person - So ask away.
You should message me if
...You would like to know more.