35 Västerås, Sweden
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My self-summary
I'm a big reader, especially fantasy novels, and I like cooking for myself and others. Lately I've been into board games like Warhammer (I'm a dreadful player, but I like painting miniatures). I try to keep track of politics and is very opinionated about it. I'm very into roleplaying and run campaigns for my friends (I mostly play Exalted, at the moment).

I'm pretty introvert and solitary, but I still like getting to know new people - I just need a lot of time to rest up afterward.

If you want to see me talking about a lot of things that interest me - which probably does a better job at showing who I am than any introduction I might write - check out my blog:
What I’m doing with my life
I'm working as a programmer and trying to be all that I can be in that regard. In my free time, I try to be politically active, write on one novel or another (I have finished a few, but nothing fit for publication as of yet), and dabble in different interests as they come and go.

Oh, and I'm looking for love. Hopefully OKCupid isn't one of the proverbial wrong places. ;)
I’m really good at
I feel that I am a pretty good amateur writer, and a competent programmer and all-around computer-messer-abouter. I also run a good roleplaying campaign, and I am very proud of my cooking skills.
The first things people usually notice about me
Beats me. "Man, he wears a lot of black," perhaps?
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books. Dear lord. Uhm... anything by Stephen Donaldson, Neil Gaiman, China Miéville, George RR Martin, Steven Erikson or Terry Pratchett. Just for starters.

Movies, well, I always like a good comedy, and I tend to watch anything that promises to be epic fantasy or science fiction.

I have no particular taste in music. Check out my Youtube channel ( and look at my favourites - can you spot the common denominator? Because I can't.

You know, I never met a dinner I didn't like?
The six things I could never do without
Books. Honestly, what do people who don't like to read do with their time?

Painkillers. Okay, so I don't need them often, but when I do, I really really need them.

My apartment. Specifically, my own, shared-with-no-one apartment. I had a roommate for my first year on the university. I'm never going back to that. Never. Never. Never.

My computer. For so many reasons.

My romantic outlook. Sorry, was that too corny? It's true, though. Without it, I'd spend even more time being depressed than I already do.

My friends. Just for starters, I need them to tell me when I'm being a moron, because, let's face it, I don't have the best track record when it comes to noticing that on my own...
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Politics and the state of the world (I'm leaning so far left that I'm practically lying down, if you're curious). How to be a good person, and about whether I'm been one lately or not. Books and writing. How to solve the programming problems I'm dealing with at work at the moment.
On a typical Friday night I am
In front of the computer, chatting with some buddy, preferably.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
If it's private, I think per definition it's something you don't want to know. Seriously, the only reason I keep anything secret is to avoid bothering people. I'm not a very secretive person, really - I have a tendency towards TMI, in fact.
You should message me if
If you want intelligent and amiable, if somewhat eccentric, company. ;)