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My self-summary
Been working with intellectually disabled adults for about 18 years. A nail biting experience of quirky adventure and spiritual discovery. Take it from me, we normal people pose bigger problems to the human race than these special individuals. They taught me a lot about life with their sincere, forgiving and loyal nature. Never has anyone made me feel very appreciated even for the little things that I do. We have a good working arrangement, they are more my friends than students. Rehumanize is the word of advice here.

I am friendly, funny, and romantic
What I’m doing with my life
Hope to pursue other aspects of life to be a full person but would settle with half full if should fate be. Do not wish to sign out with my eyes wide opened (unless absolutely necessary), carelessly wasting the life that was given to me. I am trying to write a book comprising of short stories involving different people who live in a seemingly nice town. On weekends, I serve my duty as a volunteer scheme officer with SCDF.
I’m really good at
Talking, listening and cracking jokes.
The first things people usually notice about me
A mysterious stranger who lurks in the shadows. Good material for an exciting storyline, aye? Don't really know whether he is there to rescue you from the hooded claw or is in fact the dark one himself..
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I prefer to read horror novels by Clive Barker, Brian Lumley. Gothic literature by Edgar Alan Poe and HP Lovecraft. Classic SciFi by HG Wells, Jules Verne. Mystery books by Arthur Conan Doyle, Agatha Christie (Poirot). I love comics especially with dark themes, League of extraordinary gentlemen, V for vendetta, Mister Monster.

I love all kinds of movies, action, horror, comedy, indie, drama and romance. I listen to classical, reggae, Hip hop, rock, jazz and oldies from 50s,60s,70s.

I love fried rice with chicken or fried kway teow with beef. Don't mind eating it for breakfast, lunch, dinner and supper.
The six things I could never do without
A little island in the sun, to survive in it, I need - 1)my battered headgear that shields my brains from the UV. 2)my warped EZ link card that gets me around because I don't drive. 3) my even warpered ATM card to top up my EZ link card when its low on credit. 4) my iPod to keep me stoned during those long range recon rides. 5) my carrier bag to haul them all in. 6) my seasoned walking shoes to take me over uncharted terrain where no respectable transport will go.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Life. Rules have changed so much since the eighties. It has made me world weary. People don't seem to follow the code of honour anymore. The usual excuse is that you can't walk straight on a crooked road. Playing by the rules in a game that has none is either pure insanity or saintly and I am no saint.
On a typical Friday night I am
Either kissing the ground because we have been spared from any mishaps in school for the entire week or sweating it out writing some incident report.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I never believed in online dating services. So what am I doing here? Demonic possession I guess.
You should message me if
You dare take the risk. Hey don't worry, its just for dramatic effect. Will protect you from the hooded claw, keep the vampires from your door. Alternatively you could email me at