acoldcupoftea
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My self-summary
Woody Allen's opening joke from the movie Annie Hall sums up how I feel about life: "Two elderly persons are eating at a restaurant, one says to the other, 'the food at this place is really terrible.' The other one says, 'Yeah, I know; and such small portions.'"
A quote, supposedly attributed to Scott Adams, basically expresses what I feel about death: "You already barely exist. Disappearing entirely won’t be that much of a change."

Mostly monogamous.

Supports LGBT and freedom to love.

Believes idea relationship is when two or more people are single, together.
What I’m doing with my life
I dabbled in graduate school philosophy, although I did not graduate. Mostly I just sit around and fume about being useless. Once in a while I will consider the philosophical incredibility of making promises, and the sanity of batman's villains.

These days, I moped around nursing a severe writer's block, while pretending to work in an research office. I have a habit of ignoring deadlines, which means I return library books months after they are due.

Likes board games and movies, rain and tea.
Hates deadlines and noisy places, fengshui and self-help.
I’m really good at
daydreaming about possible worlds.

I am not very fluent with alien languages and I have a slight dislike towards modern people who use them. I suspect it is usually a case of coarse presentation, or misplaced sense of superiority.
The first things people usually notice about me
Has the heart of a child.
I keep it in a jar.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Terry Pratchett, Penn and Teller, Akira Kurosawa, William Blake, Richard Feynman, Zhuangzi, Kevin Smith, Woody Allen, Bill Murray, Jin Yong, Juzo Itami, House, Bill Murray, Michael Hui, Calvin and Hobbes, Helena Bonham Carter, Paul Daniels
The six things I could never do without
Tea
Internet
Food
Rain
Books
Long walks
I spend a lot of time thinking about
a paragraph in Zhuangzi:
"Once a man receives this fixed bodily form, he holds on to it, waiting for the end. Sometimes clashing with things, sometimes bending before them, he runs his course like a galloping steed, and nothing can stop him. Is he not pathetic? Sweating and laboring to the end of his days and never seeing his accomplishment, utterly exhausting himself and never knowing where to look for rest - can you help pitying him? I am not dead yet! he says, but what good is that? His body decays, his mind follows it - can you deny that this is a great sorrow? Man's life has always been a muddle like this. How could I be the only muddled one, and the other man not muddled?"

also, becoming a vegetarian.

How to negate my sense of morality so I can make an easy living using a mixture of homeopathy, chiropathy, reiki, feng shui, astrology, and some form of religious based or self-help/ tuition organisation.

Writing poems, making cards.

Lost love.

Lost pets.
On a typical Friday night I am
Gaming. Interacting with cute cartoon characters give me a sense of achievement. That and shooting zombies.

Lamenting that with all our technology and information, we are not a generation of Renaissance man and woman.

On netflix.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
The Internet is for Porn.
You should message me if
You are a truly marvellous person, a demonstration which this margin is too narrow to contain.

You can tell me which part of a popiah you will be, if you are a part of a popiah.

Not really looking for serious relationship in the short term or casual sex.
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