anseamrock
28 Berlin, Germany
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My self-summary
Hi there. Rocco's here, 27yo guy from Italy. Front-end web developer (aka "I do stuff for the Internet") landed in Berlin one year ago.
Random buzzwords: queer, left-wing, liberal, folk, punk, ska, drinking, wine, craft beer, smoker, web developer, italian, decent cook, minorities.
What I’m doing with my life
Yelling at backbone and marionette, and drinking wine.
I’m really good at
Procrastination and lot of... I'll write this later, I promise
I'll write this task down on my todo list so I'll definitely remember it because I'm fucking focus... Squirrel!
The first things people usually notice about me
The mohawk maybe? Or the clean cut whenever I decide to cut the mohawk off for a while.
Or the fact I'm short (even though, I'm the tallest of my family: wohoo!)
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Food: I love cooking. I love experimenting new stuff, and I'm good in my southern Italy traditional food (don't ask me to try that out for dinner: most of the stuff we cook takes HOURS, and it's usually fucking fat - we do have fat stuff for vegans/vegetarians too, like: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parmigiana). My bf still hates me for having brought him at my parents' place for a week-end, my mom didn't want to stop bringing food on the table.

Music: unlike most of the Berliners, I don't really like techno (and goodbye to 60-70% of the people visiting this profile). I'm more into folk, ska, punk, and any mix in between. This also includes: Irish, anything with violins, anything traditional from Mediterranean area, happy music in general (have you ever heard of Ljótu Hálfvitarnir?), and Sigur Rós/amiina too.
On the very same level, I love more politically-involved music: this usually means reggae, d'n'b, some rap (99 Posse, they sing in Neapolitan... enjoy :) ), hardcore punk (Leftover Crack, Flatliners...).
Anything weird-for-the-majority hits me hard, usually. I have huge issues being within the majority.
Didn't I mention Lady Gaga, Britney Speaers, One Direction? Well. Yeah. There is a reason for that. More than one, I guess.

Movies: not a huge film fan here, sorry (and byebye to another 20% of people). I'm more into tv series and documentaries (I've cried when I've seen Sigur Rós documentary Heima, just saying).

Shows: can enjoying football (real football, I mean, the European one) be considered part of this category? If so, football. I've been sporting journalist for some years too, and I definitely enjoyed it! Basketball is as hot as football, though.

Books: I range from über-technical books (backbone.js testing is fucking awesome!) to recent history (North Korea, creation of the Italian state/invasion of Southern Italy, immigration, Middle East hell, Irish Troubles, Vatican state and Popes) or economics.
Again. As stated before. I have huge issues with mainstream stuff. I won't read 50 shades of grey, for the fuck sake. I'd rather prefer a Pope Sixtus V biography.
The six things I could never do without
Cooking
Drinking
Programming
Smoking
Public transport network running at 3am
Smartphone
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Visiting unrecognised or small/"weird" countries and cities.
My actual top 6 still-missing list:
- New Zealand
- Andorra
- Nagorno-Karabakh
- Portland, OR, US
- Kalaallit Nunaat (aka Greenland)
- Føroyar (Faroe Islands)

Just done: Liechtenstein (lovely, full of depressed and stoned young guys), Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (fucking amazing!).
On a typical Friday night I am
Wasted, stoned, and/or sleepy on the couch.
Or out enjoying craft beers around Berlin.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I do own more than an hundred pairs of underwear
You should message me if
You feel like meeting me after having read my profile.
There's no way back.
Mwhahaha
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