MrLiminal
38 Segeltorp, Sweden
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My self-summary
EDIT:
If you are wondering who the heck I am and what happened to that match percentage then just relax. I just decided to reset my questions because they've changed too much throughout the years and I think it's probably better to just start over. I'll try to get back to a reasonable number of answered questions sharply :)

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Hi tech, chaotic neutral, geeky pervert with more brains than sense, more toys than time and more curiosity than patience.

I'm quite aware of how unlikely it is for you to keep reading further than this but thank you for playing.

But hey if you're into rough kinky sex and/or lambda calculus feel free to send me a message or just work out where I live and show up at my doorstep with a spatula and a gimpsuit. I don't freak easily.

(also if anyone can explain it I'd love to know why I keep getting likes from people who say being overweight is a deal breaker when it clearly says "overweight" in the column to the right over there -> )
What I’m doing with my life
Currently I'm working for a small company developing mobile applications. This means that at any given time I'm most likely found hunched over my computer trying to find that weird bug and spending far too little time socializing or just lying on a nice warm beach. Feel free to drag me along to the water at any time. Don't listen to anything I say along the lines of
"Just one moment, I've nearly fixed this"

If possible I would probably prefer to be a toy bear (no, not a teddy bear)
I’m really good at
Forgetting names. Tying knots in ropes. Cuddling. Remembering obscure trivia. Discussing absurd hypothetical situations. Folding my tongue in threes. Quoting movies, books and song lyrics. Scaring computers into working again. Giving deep backrubs.
The first things people usually notice about me
I've apparently let a small furry animal make its permanent nest on the lower part of my face.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: Anything by Neil Gaiman, Terry Pratchett, William Gibson, Neal Stephenson, Richard Calder, Douglas Coupland, Douglas Adams, Warren Ellis, Alan Moore or Alain de Botton will be appreciated. A lot of Hunter S. Thompson, William S. Burroughs, Jack Kerouac and Charles Bukowski is worth reading too. Otherwise... well... I like short stories, preferably well written, surreal, sci-fi oriented, sexually explicit or all four at once.

Movies: a lot... don't even know where to start... but I'll gladly watch both bad action and good drama. Not too excited by romantic drivel though

Music: Anything with good lyrics. There's usually something in every genré that I like (yes, even country music). Musicians that have been on my top list for a great many years include Nine Inch Nails, Laibach, Weird Al Yancovic, Panthera, Leonard Cohen, NWA, Richard Cheese
The six things I could never do without
I can't think of anything I couldn't do without. Cheese perhaps?
I spend a lot of time thinking about
How things (and people) work.

But right now I'm mostly thinking about programming. Scary but true.
On a typical Friday night I am
At home coding or playing stupid games while casually watching documentaries on youtube

Someone should really start a club where you can drink, dance and code at the same place. That would be awesome.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I suffer from what I on good days would refer to as recurring depressive episodes and during one would describe as a numbing crushing awareness of the inherit lack of meaning of existence and our short, lonely, painful time in it. Soo.... yeah... I might be a tiny bit of a downer some times.
You should message me if
If you feel like it.
If you've got excess body heat and want to donate it to the project "Heat My Bed"
If you have an unbeatable taxonomic system for keeping your home sorted.
If you consider indoor inflatable pool wrestling a perfectly reasonable pastime.
If you want to strike up any kind of conversation with me (Seriously. I'm less likely to send the first message than I am to spontaneously turn into a vase of flowers)
If you also get told by okcupid a lot that you should care more about others answers to questions.
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