Then as of this writing, I would describe myself as:
- Extroverted: someone who thrives off human interaction, and always interested in listening to other people's stories
- Introspective: someone who finds peace in being alone and meditating
- Geek: in every sense of the word
- Astoundingly Open-Minded (with a good mix of skepticism)
- Honest and Compassionate, but also Diplomatic when appropriate
I also give free hugs.
But to give the more conventional answer: studying for my Computer Science degree at the moment; then, possibly get a job or start a company; travel the world; meet new people; and enjoy life because it's too damn short.
I'm also really good at being minimalist and frugal; I don't spend much money on material goods. I guess consumerism just isn't my thing.
I also have a (somewhat unhealthy) obsession with A Song of Ice & Fire series (aka. Game of Thrones). I'm sure this will pass :)
Oh and my existential crises sometimes shows through. Just a little.
Gaming (video and board games)
- Indie, puzzle, horror, single-players, FPS
- Specifics: TF2, Dota 2, anything by Valve, Frictional Games, Dark Souls, Braid
- Favourite Board games: Diplomacy, Resistance, Werewolf, Catan
Other geeky things:
anime/manga, books, computers, math, and programming
Gym (weightlifting); anyone want to motivate one another and make "dem gains"?
Dancing (hiphop dance, breakdancing)
Outdoors & Physical activity (skating, swimming, camping, etc.)
Social Nudism (nude beach anyone?)
Meditation (mindfulness, loving kindness)
Philosophy: I have pretty radical views about the nature of consciousness, free will, and the self. Not original views, mind you, but based on hearing arguments of both sides
Hoping to throw a bit of travelling in there if I can find the time
Oh yeah, since this is a dating website, I also have some kinky fetishes, and enjoy being submissive, so bonus points if you're into that.
2. People (friends and strangers alike, everyone has a story)
3. Hot Weather, Nature, Outdoors (humid, sweaty, shirtless, naked weather)
4. Spirituality (not Religion, mind you, but rather the exploration of consciousness, mindfulness, meditation, human compassion)
5. Huge Quantities of Relatively Healthy Food (to appease my monstrous metabolism)
6. Cuddles (LOTS of cuddles, deal with it; this represents my physiological need for human touch)
Is Hedonism (i.e. seeking pleasure, avoiding suffering) the best way to live?
Should I live for today, or should I live for tomorrow? Is there an ambivalence point between the two, or rather, what is the discount rate for happiness in the future?
If you think you know an answer to any of these questions, do tell.
I have recently considered a new "strategy" of living life which involves some concepts from Eastern religions (e.g. Buddhism).