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33 M Delft, Netherlands

My Details

Last Online
Mar 27
6′ 0″ (1.82m)
Body Type
Mostly vegetarian
Atheism, but not too serious about it
Scorpio, but it doesn’t matter
Graduated from masters program
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Doesn’t have kids
Likes cats
English (Fluently), Dutch (Fluently), German (Poorly), Indonesian (Poorly)

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My self-summary
I'm a curious smartass and a shameless geek.

I'm probably not as weird as I like to think I am. Some will disagree. I think it's because I'm either mild-mannered or sort of... haphazard. Ideally that's endearing, or you're similarly crazy, but due warning and all ^^

I'm an optimistic cynic. I rarely feel quite right being either without a strain of the other.

It seems my brand of romanticism is partner in crime, as in someone with similar smiles and smirks :)

I'm fond of directness and have less patience for and limited ability at platitude-based smalltalk and other pretense. I talk plenty nonsense, but at people. Even if that attitude can sometimes make me awkward.

I make a habit of feeling a little out of place, and occasionally of utterly forgetting to do so.
I have occasionally made awesome friends like that - recognition rules that way. Lack of difficult is awesome.

I'm quite fond of hugs.
I'm a little crazy, usually about random things.
I need to update my pictures.

It's all pretty fickle, but it makes sense to me.
What I’m doing with my life
Have done job, freelance work, and both at once. Am considering moving to the other hemisphere, and/or a research job assuming I can find one within my real interests.
Occasionally dreaming a bit about other things I might be able to live on.
The first things people usually notice about me
I rarely ask. Probably my apparent minimum velocity.
A few people have asked whether I'm a dancer. This pleases me even though I'm not nearly as flexible as I want to be.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
books/movies/shows: I like interesting storytelling, but am a lot more satisfied when it has some reality, point, exploration, or some wildly personal or challenging things - I prefer it even in the schlocky, escapist, good-bad, and eye-candy stuff. I can be very picky about half-hearted attempts.

My cheerup movies used to be Tank Girl and Fifth Element, and more recently Hedwig. I have different kinds of love for the Aliens series, Ghibli stuff, Real Genius, Princess Bride, Clue, Bound, Rocky Horror, Empire Records, and another handful or two. If you have a non-trivial theory why I have a soft spot for movies like Ballistic and Resident Evil, I like you.

Don't watch TV, do get series addictions, often on the sci fi or gritty side of things - think Torchwood, B5, the later Stargates, Doctor Who, Fringe, Dollhouse, Warehouse 13, and more which I'll remember or admit to later.
I like various anime and a few jdramas, for the style and the silliness. Nodame is awesome.

I read when I commute, rarely in bed. Probably because I rarely sit still when I'm not working, and am rarely in bed when not exhausted.
I tend not to stick to authors, except for periodic patterns in Gaiman, Pratchett, and lately Peter F. Hamilton again.
I'm currently working on things like Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance and Anais Nin. And the recent Yotsuba :) is relatively accurate, though my recent navigations don't show up much. My longest-term squee is probably for Tori Amos, Fiona Apple, Garbage, Lamb, K's Choice, and Björk (mostly her nineties stuff). I've quite a few more recent loves I'm sure will make that list soon enough.
Disturbing soft spots include bouncy eighties pop and italo disco. I like Aqua beyond its use as torture material. I recently got more interested in pretty odd music.
I rather like Tim Minchin's stuff.

I like my food spicy. Thai, Indian, Indonesian, that sort.
My own cooking is improving slowly, a little more so after I broke enough blenders to decide not to buy more. I am omnivorous, but cook almost exclusively vegetarian.
The six things I could never do without
Rainstorms. The occasional person to connect with without the usual protocol. My sense of suspended disbelief about reality and my sense of humour about it. The occasional escapist shiny entertainment. Sleep should probably be on this list, and coffee probably shouldn't be. Working on it.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Comfort and discomfort, from one self and from others, how important it is in interactions. Being positive without the cult of positivity. Memory. Rationalization. Shirked issues. Creativity. Society and how it might work with fewer misunderstandings. Intelligence, real and artificial. Deviance and dark sides.
Whether the matching is off because of low-hanging-fruit questions.
On here, whether listing myself as casual makes sense or not. I'm not sure it should. Or shouldn't.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I tend to not let people in until I think they won't be bothered by actual-me, in part because I figure thoughtful-me can get in the way of mischief-me.

I'm possibly a bit kinky.

Beyond that, I answer people, not sites. Ask.
I’m looking for
  • Girls who like guys
  • Ages 23–38
  • Located anywhere
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating, casual sex