23 Linköping, Sweden
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I’m really good at
The first things people usually notice about me probably my hair. Or occasionlly the lack of it. Since it's growing at a remarkable speed I do let it grow a year or so and then shave it of. The longest I've let it gown undisturbed is three years but it did grew out of control.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I like music. I listen to Andi Weiss, a german guy whos good with the piano and better with connecting words. I also find internal equilibrium and guidance by listening to Moonraisers and Akosia. Torfrock is the band I grew up listening to. In times of solitude I prefere the Canadian solo band Lights. In times of defeat and postrition I cling to hope through the music of Silverstein, Story of the Year and Yellowcard. That's some of my musical intrests. The rest you will have to find out yourself.

Of course there's music in all genres that I don't appreciate but if nothing's ugly then the same goes for beauty. Sometimes the first encounter's not appealing to you but when you linger you might see something worthwhile through the facade. I'm not saying that the first impression isn't important. It is after all the very first merit with which all our later discoveries are compared by. This might be true for more than just music though.
The six things I could never do without
Satiation of all of my basic needs
Intellectual stimulation
A healthy relation to the people in my life
I spend a lot of time thinking about
People. Our decisions and the way we interact with other people. Our social functions intrigue me and makes me want to get to now more and different kinds of people. Isn't it just amazing how everyone is unique even though we're all living in the same world.
On a typical Friday night I am
I am mostly working late until I drop dead or black out only to find myself stumbling my way home. Once I step inside the comfort of my home, I hear my bed call out to me; Oh no! What have they done to you? Come into my arms.

As I fall into these open arms and feel the darkness charging towards me I wisper; I'm home.
You should message me if
that's what you want to do.