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My self-summary
(I need to rewrite this.)

(Ok, maybe I'm just making excuses because I don't feel like writing a summary.)
What I’m doing with my life
Currently working as a web developer at a marketing agency.

My dream job however is photojournalism. I love to write, travel and take photos, so it's a perfect synthesis of interests.
I’m really good at
Expert procrastinator (see self-summary). Also, writing.
The first things people usually notice about me
Although I am completely comfortable and active in one-on-one exchanges, I tend to remain passive and quiet in groups.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I mostly read science-fiction novels and non-fiction books relating to science. Some notable authors are Arthur C. Clarke, Frank Herbert, Isaac Asimov, Douglas Adams, Neil deGrasse Tyson and Bill Bryson.

All-time favourite movie: Raiders of the Lost Ark

Runners up:
Friday Night Lights
Saving Private Ryan
The Empire Strikes Back
The Big Lebowski
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
Die Hard
Back to the Future
Can't Hardly Wait
Office Space
Forrest Gump
Jurassic Park
The Breakfast Club
Love Actually
Jerry Maguire
Starship Troopers
The Green Mile
Big Daddy
Ferris Bueller's Day Off
The Bourne Identity
Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels
Happy Gilmore
The Sandlot
Definitely, Maybe
Super Troopers
O Brother, Where Art Thou?

I could keep listing movies all day, but chances are if you name a film I've probably seen it.

Favourite TV shows:
Arrested Development
The Big Bang Theory
30 Rock
Mad Men
Game of Thrones
Parks and Recreation
Doctor Who
Peep Show
Two Guys and a Girl
Malcolm in the Middle
Monty Python

I also really love anime, but I'm not too fond of the gritty action/thriller types, I prefer romance and comedies like K-On, Lucky Star, Haruhi and Chuunibyou, to name a few.

I appreciate pretty much every genre of music, except for extremely heavy goth metal where lyrics are replaced with screams.

I'm a pretty picky eater, but I'm slowly maturing. I used to hate onions, but I find I like them if cooked properly. I'm not adverse to exotic flavours, it's the conflict of texture that bothers me. I love Asian cuisine, particularly Japanese, and nothing pleases me more than a nice big pepperoni pizza.

I prefer my eggs poached, ideally accompanied by a generous serving of bacon and sausages. I drink a lot of tea and I don't like coffee, though I've been known to drink the occasional iced coffee or mocha. I really don't like beer (some connoisseurs insist that I haven't tried "real" European beer), I much prefer a smooth whisky. I have a particular weakness for Lindt Lindor white chocolate.
Six things I could never do without
All I need is my health.

Ok, who am I kidding, I'd be lost without my computer, phone, Internet and games.

If, hypothetically, I found myself in a post-apocalyptic world without electronics and I had to wander to vast wastes with the most basic necessities, I'd probably enjoy myself. But until then, I'll be happy with my computer.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
The shape, size and transformation of the universe. I often postulate theories about impossibly unanswerable questions, such as what lies beyond the edge of the universe, if it even is finite. What existed before the universe? Is the universe as we know it just one of billions of objects that make up an even larger galaxy of universes? The hierarchy of space could be endless.

I also have a very strong belief of some form of life after death. I don't spend a particularly long amount of time thinking about this, as it can become deeply depressing very quick, but it's something I need to think about to keep me at ease. Nothing terrifies me more than the thought of absolute nothingness after death, so I value the notion of an afterlife or even reincarnation. I may be agnostic, but I still have faith in this regard.
On a typical Friday night I am
At home watching a movie or playing games.

I'll go out to a bar or a small party if someone invites me, but I'm sick of being dragged to disgusting night clubs to waste my money and watch drunks pick fights with themselves. I also despise any environment where I can barely hear myself talk, let alone the person I'm trying to have a conversation with.
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