49 Istanbul, Turkey
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My self-summary
Every time I think I have myself figured out I up and change the station. I've been a musician/singer, a student, a teacher, a traveler, an atheist, a club/party boy, a crazy desert freak, a physical fitness nut, a sound engineer, a lover, a friend, and on occasion a responsible adult. But this is who I think I am underneath it all: I'm a guy with an endless curiosity about what makes people people and what makes me who I am all the while understanding that I will never truly know the answer. I strive to understand the world around me and to see things in the most truthful way I can. I long for travel and adventure and I'm constantly working on my desire to meet every last awesome person on the planet. Stagnation scares me in a bad way and I get very restless when too much time has gone by without learning or trying something new. I like doing things that scare me (in a good way) every so often because I feel that if I'm not at least a little scared now and then I'm not living life to its fullest.
What I’m doing with my life
4 years ago I moved to Istanbul, Turkey to start my next big adventure. I'm currently working as an English teacher at various companies around the city which basically means I spend my days having a lot of fun helping Turks improve their English. Life is a glorious and amazing and I'm enjoying every second of it.
I’m really good at
Making you laugh until you cry.
The first things people usually notice about me
My blue blue eyes
On a typical Friday night I am
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I am not in any way, shape, or form a private person (much to my friends' chagrin at times) and my life is pretty much an open book but here's something I haven't told anyone until typing it this moment. About a year ago I was on one of my ridiculously long walks around the city from the Mission to Ocean beach and around the coastline of San Francisco. I was walking across an empty parking lot in the Marina and a car pulled into a spot a little way ahead of me. As I passed the car I noticed a woman inside, by herself, crying. I kept walking. I really wish I'd stopped and tried to talk to her.
You should message me if
you're the slightest bit curious what I'm all about.