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30 Seoul, South Korea Man


I’m looking for

  • Women
  • Ages 18–41
  • Located anywhere
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating

My Details

Last Online
Feb 11
5′ 10″ (1.78m)
Body Type
Working on masters program
Doesn’t have kids, but might want them
English, French (Poorly)

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My self-summary
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Before we start I wanted to put those up as headlines in case any of you reading this knew a good place to pick up some new skills or wanted to take a minute to teach me something.

A normal conversation with me is probably going to involve a lot of dry humor usually delivered without expression until I've found out what your boundaries are.

I'm gonna take a minute to mention something about me and humor, if you come off as sensitive I'll just self sensor and it ends up being two bored people wondering why we both bothered.

Initially I usually come off as a warm outgoing individual genuinely concerned about other people's feelings and quick to bring cookies in to work or offer a judgement free ear for someone to talk to, but uhn un, don't be fooled, that's just that paranoia.
What I’m doing with my life
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So after years of adventures and misadventures around the U.S. and the World I've finally escaped Detroit and am taking up life in Asia for the next few years.

It's a long-long story what I'm up to out here, but if you were to make three different guesses I'm pretty sure all three would be correct. It's mostly building up my portfolio do do development work(NOT aid work) in what's been called the third world.

Hopefully someday soon it'll translate into a life doing international public health.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Nothing good really. Triage. Chinese fortune telling? That and taking standardized tests. Writing with my left hand. There's probably some correlation between those two skills but I'll be damned if I know what it is.
The first things people usually notice about me
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Nothing, I look just like everyone else. After spending a little time with me people might notice a slight scent of mangoes. Nothing strange there, I just spend a lot of time at the Body Shop.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Books: I'm a bibliophile but I mostly enjoy non-fiction type stuff like works by Jared Diamond or John K. Galbraith. Other than that I love good satire (e.g. Candide or The Short Timers(You can read it online, just google it)). Got a kindle this year so I've been getting stupid with the poli sci stuff.

Movies: I loved beasts of the Southern Wild but I mostly stick to Satire for my favorites. My life wouldn't be what it is now if it wasn't for Office Space. Kubrick does well on my list. and Dr. Strangelove, and A Clockwork Orange make for a good night. Just telling a good story in general can work for me too though, try to top City of God.

Shows: Thanks to the 21st Century (Hulu and Youtube) I always get way too into things when I finally find something I like then it gets old in like a week, and since I haven't had a T.V. in a decade it's always something that's gone off the air by the time I've even heard of it.
What comes to mind first is The Wire, which is probably the only non-comedy show I like. Breaking Bad was just okay, and I watched one episode of Mad Men and started wondering what's wrong with TV these days that this show has good ratings?
I just found a brit-com called Peep-Show which hit the spot, finally got into Adventure Time and Trailer Park Boys was one of the first shows I liked in a while when I first saw it last year.
I know you probably think It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia is awesome but that show is pretty hit or miss. That episode with Gail the Snail is one of the best things I'd seen on any show that year.

Music: Fell in love with Motown again but I notice that I just can't be one of those people who likes everything by any artist, it's always one or two songs that do it for me.
Some that come to mind are I want to Take You Higher-Sly and The Family Stone. Standing in the Shadow of Love-The Four Tops. September-Earth, Wind, and Fire. Fern-Zoe Keating. Tamacun-Rodrigo Y Gabriella. Where it's At-Beck. What You Know Bout Dat-T.I. Gimmie Shelter-The Rolling Stones.

Food: Gallaba.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
Really I want to put down "A solid friend or... six." Which is true, but eh, that's not really winning me any points, you know so I'm gonna try something more abstract.
1)A good excuse
2)A Fast Comeback
3)An off color story
4)An inflated sense of self worth
5)This deadpan expression I've been rocking the hell out of
6)...a solid friend
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
The old days. The days I hope will someday be the old days.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
I haven't had a typical Friday night since I moved out here. That's not even me trying a sideways flex, I just don't have a good answer.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I'm investing more than I can afford into trying to transition away from jeans and into suits...

...Track Suits...

Also I hate the Beetles.
You should message me if
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So I treat my life like a checklist of things I need to do, if you could help me out with
1)Scuba Diving
2)Finally getting acquainted with breaking bad or game of thrones or any of those other things everyone keeps telling me I need to see.
--update-- You're too late on Breaking Bad, I just finished it. Good, not as good as the wire though.
3)you are good enough with languages, dance, or music to let me mooch some just by being around you.
4) You're once of those 1% of INTJ women in the world and can explain to me how it is that 20% of women on OKC claim to have that profile.

Also, I work best with strong women.