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hiyouarepretty

24 M Singapore, Singapore

My Details

Last Online
Online now!
Orientation
Straight
Ethnicity
Asian
Height
5′ 6″ (1.68m)
Body Type
Fit
Diet
Mostly anything
Smokes
No
Drinks
Socially
Drugs
Never
Religion
Atheism
Sign
Virgo
Education
Graduated from university
Job
Medicine
Income
Relationship Status
Single
Relationship Type
Offspring
Pets
Likes dogs and likes cats
Speaks
English (Fluently), Chinese (Poorly), Malay (Fluently), Japanese (Poorly), Other (Fluently)

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My self-summary
Funny (I try to), humble (just kidding), and interesting (I ran out of adjectives). I am also driven, ambitious, and adaptable. I believe in being an all rounder, i.e. left and right brain development, maintaining at healthy lifestyle, and keeping myself abreast of current affairs.

I'm geeky and sciency most of the time, and proud of it (and to that someone who corrected me, thank you). And I play copious amounts of video games. I'm also the sort that likes to have his cake and eat it, so most of the time I'd be multitasking (or trying really hard to). Speaking of cake, I love eating. As long as it's good, it's edible; as along as it's edible, it's good.

Trying to find a meaning and place in this increasingly chaotic world.
What I’m doing with my life
Whenever I am not doing my stuff or following my daily grind, I'm thinking of ways to save the world (huge thanks to u/dolemy for the correction). Working on science in a lab, instead of sharing Facebook comments or forwarding chain emails (not that it's a bad thing).

Update:
Writing research manuscripts for publication. Lol no who am I kidding, I'm procrastinating like hell here. Shame on me *runs to a corner to cry*

Update:
Trying to convince my peers that setting up a mobile nation of mercenary scientists, funded by a mix of crowdsourcing and traditional multinational grants, is a workable idea.
I’m really good at
Telling bad jokes.
Running slowly, or walking very quickly.
Learning something fast only to forget it even faster.
Being ambidextrous

On a less humble note, research (Wikipedia cites one of my research publications).
The first things people usually notice about me
My hair! First thing people notice is my lovely luscious locks, and sometimes followed by the occasional "is that natural perm?".

Yes it is. But it's shorter now unfortunately due to unforeseen circumstances. Also I seem to look foreign to a lot of people so I'd be confronted with a variety of languages except English whenever I travel abroad.

Update (temporary, I hope): A beard! A glorious sparsely populated neckbeard. Grown in an attempt to convince people I've golden strands of hair in my beard.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I appreciate a good mix of fiction and non-fiction. Malcolm Gladwell, Dawkins, Neil Gaiman, and Haruki Murakami are some of my favourite authors! Extra points if you've read Robert Jordan's Wheel of Time series.

For non-fiction, I generally appreciate books like Freakanomics, Super Freakanomics, Blink, Black Swan, etc, i.e. stuff that makes you open your eyes and think about things in a different perspective.

The holy trinity of scientific journals: Cell, Nature, and Science.
The six things I could never do without
1. The Internet
2. A flat surface to sleep on
3. Science
4. Pictures/videos of animals
5. Puns
6. My immediate family members

But in all honesty, an arbitrary list like this more limiting than revealing - someone's gotta fix this portion.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
...my experiments in the lab and the next Nobel Prize winning idea. I also try to look at issues from unorthodox point of views. Also, how'd it be like if one could live forever.
Update: The answer is, increasingly exponential chances of getting cancer as you go further into your immortality. Bummer, ain't it?

...my work - I have a habit of bringing my work back home to do, not for a lack of life but for an excess in passion (or so I'd like to think).

...the social dynamics behind dating websites, and how different cultures perceive these online shenanigans. Reading through profiles and subsequent interactions between them have allowed me to figure out who's boring and who's not. So far, 85% accurate. I have also gain the ability to detect troll accounts (a shoutout to fellow user iamdavidlam for the kind correction in this section).

...why can't/don't more guys detect troll accounts.

...how Internet anonymity brings out the worst in ourselves (at times).

...what it means to be "interesting", a question inspired by profiles which I have come across. Does the awareness precede the state of being so or is the other way round? And the degree of subjectivity involved in evaluating this state in others.

...what does it mean to have an "intelligent conversation", as is found on so many, many profiles over here? Does it entail politics? Religion? Or god forbid, pop culture?!

...trying to interpret common adjectives, phrases, and descriptions in OKC profiles. It lends to quite a bit of philosophical musing, whenever someone's profile has "You should message me...if you want to".

...sociological matters. It's not on the top of people's lists, and things like microaggressions can be so hard to call out when it's so hard to explain as well. Also, how do I succinctly tell people that "friendzone" is a terrible terrible sexist concept.

...whether travelling is the only way of experiencing the world. Almost everyone's profile I encounter states that they like travelling (no doubt due to the algorithm; I am guilty of this too), but I ponder about the authenticity of non-direct ways of travelling, e.g., reading, documentaries, and travelogues.
On a typical Friday night I am
experiencing my weekly existential crisis, contemplating the state of my life and the frivolity of spending time online when I embark on activities of more (f)utility.

Either that, or I'm out hanging with friends.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I get sad when I get poorly phrased, or one-word replies.

Second most private thing (bonus info): I have a fondness for rap (not the ones with unsavory lyrics pertaining to obtaining currency and wild harlots, of course)
I’m looking for
  • Girls who like guys
  • Ages 18–35
  • Near me
  • For new friends
You should message me if
you're sick of one liners with bad spelling and grammar by guys, e.g "hi intro pls", "care to b frens", "hi", "hey".

or if you're a fan of puns. Lowest form of humor, but the highest form of wit.

or if you enjoyed this tremendously: http://www.reddit.com/r/AskReddit/comments/1h1cyg/whats_the_most_intellectual_joke_you_know/

http://www.reddit.com/r/AskReddit/comments/z8fjy/reddit_weve_all_seen_the_dirty_joke_threads_but/

But then again, who am I kidding? Girls don't start the ball rolling in general.