Santoshi
29 Adelaide, Australia
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My self-summary
A gentleman, a tad bit of a geek, a book nut, adventurous and a master of sarcastic wit.

Born and raised in Malaysia, currently living in Adelaide.

A travel bug, backpacking and making short trips are the best. I am fairly active/outdoorsy for a geek. I find solace in silence as it helps me think. So I'm usually hiking, rock climbing on a weekend or hiding in a library or at borders.

I love to cook, In the past I worked Part time as a Sushi chef at Sushi restaurant for 3 years while studying. I miss it hahaha
What I’m doing with my life
I tutor at University of Adelaide.

Up and about; I travel the world and looking for anything interesting and attempting it.

Working, traveling, and enjoying the simple things in life.

I find languages fun. I'm attempting to learn Mandarin currently. But it's proving to be a lot harder then expected...
I’m really good at
I have a pretty good imagination.
The first things people usually notice about me
I am a carbon copy of Rajesh Koothrapali from the Big Bang Theory....

I apparently have really long eyelashes.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Favourite books: (by author), Arthur Conan Doyle, Agatha Christie's: "The Murder of Roger Ackroyd " , P.G Woodhouse, Lewis Carrol, anything by H.G. Wells, and R.L Stevenson's tales that still keeps me up at night.

Current day books I'm a big fan of (Again by Author)
Terry Pratchett, (devastated that he passed, R.I.P)
Suzanne Collins,
Robert Jordan (Wheel of time series)
Robbin Hobb's (Farseer Trilogy: My ultimate favourite)

the LoTR trilogy, The Silmarillion and the Hobbit.
G.R.R Martin (The song of ice and fire books), J.K Rowling for
Christopher Paolini's books. I never loved dragons so much until his works.

I am not much of a law and legal reader but John Grisham is someone slowly appearing on my bookshelf. His Theodore Boone books are one heck of a thriller!!! Speaking of thrillers, Dan Browns "digital fortress" was an interesting read.

Dislikes: Murakami, Jeffrey Archer........ (sue me)

Favourite Shows: The Big Bang theory, Fire Fly, How i met your mother, Elementary, The Arrow, Breaking Bad, The Flash, Sherlock, The walking dead, Gotham.

Favourite food:
You have never tasted good broth until you have had a bowl of Malaysian Bak Kut Teh! Tacos, Falafel, Curry (all types), Rice noodles and Egg noodles, Cha Siew Pao etc..
The six things I could never do without
Books

A game of any sort

My Dog Odin

Music of any kind

Mountains/hills/treks (semantics)

Errr...Maslow's hierarchy of needs
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Believe it or not but, what is the meaning of life *no pun intended*, how cool would it be if life was a science fiction novel!

Egalitarianism (go ahead...ask yourself, are you really fair to everyone and what does it mean to be fair)

Anything random... I don't have anything else that prominently comes into mind..........on that note what's for dinner?
On a typical Friday night I am
Not really the clubbing kind of person, I'm either at home with a good book, playing a game, watching a movie, talking to friends. (socialising the unorthodox way over a beer at a small local bar.

I am open to suggestions. Just not a club thanks
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
ok... when i am deep in thought i tend to space out unknowingly.... I suppose its an occupational hazard working at a university.

I am on a dating website, trying to find someone for something long-lasting. Sceptical to say the least.
You should message me if
If you are a book nut like i am or if you just want to say hello.

if you want

Adieu~
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