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My self-summary
Life moves to a different beat, but do you seriously need to play along??
It happens and it happens again, but where do we really stand.
The tendency to get philosophical is always there, but I guess the thrill is always been more how that thought can be argued logically. Just because don't cut it.
Always intrigue about your life if you are willing to share. After all, it is understanding and being able to appreciate the other.

I am odd, witty, and very unlocal
What I’m doing with my life
Try to a get a handle on it. I am holding down a few jobs at the moment. Whatever I can do to bring in the
I guess apart from trying to make good sense of it, I just want to make it a better life. But when a white collar job feels like a blue collar, I just need to tell myself it is an honest work for a honest day's pay...;)
I’m really good at
coming up with the ideas. Cooking. Looking at things differently.
The first things people usually notice about me
The big baldness
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Anthony Bourdain travelogues, Jeremy Clarkson and Dennis Miller Rants on life. Non-fiction books that isn't selling you something but open your mind. I read Harry Potter, John Grisham, Rene Descartes, Robert Frost, R.A Salvatore, David Eddings, Neil Gaiman, J.K Rowling, Nick Hornby and the list goes on......
For Movies: Believe it or not.. I appreciate a good Romantic Comedy but I do enjoy the rest of it as well. Just saw Letters to Juliet. I wonder what is your great romance? Everyone deserves one.
TV: Dr. Who, House, Top Gear, Sitcoms, Torchwood, Eli Stone, The Daily Show, How I met your Mother, Outsourced, The Big Bang Theory, The Fresh Prince of Bel Air.
Music: The Police and Sting. Surprisingly I like George Michael and Musicals.
Food: I believe in being a foodie, plus I believe in trying to cook it yourself as well..;)
Six things I could never do without
Dreams, my macintosh computer, a good book, Tunes to groove to, my mind, A muse
I wish this list could be longer as you can get pretty existential on how we would perceive "things I could never do without"
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Life, love, money, reality.. I think I think too much.
On a typical Friday night I am
Wondering what happened to my week. Getting ready for the weekend. And trying really hard to sum up the strength to hit a stiff drink at a pub in town or just chilling at home with a good (comic) book.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I enjoy a good cuddle.
You should message me if
You desire a good conversation.
The two of us