SleepyAndHungry
28 Bellevue, United States
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My self-summary
I syncopate to my own rhythm and I flow against the tide; I am an independent spirit drifting and weaving through society, unyielding to the torrents of material wants and dictation of our world. It's the immaterial things in life that I value the most. My family and friends are the world to me and the love and memories I share I cherish the most. I spend most of my money on travel and classes, while saving the rest to maintain financial independence. I'm an avid reader and learner.

Pretty sure I messed up somewhere: ENTP.
What I’m doing with my life
I work at a medium size company in Bellevue as a software engineer. On a daily basis, I develop software, work out at the gym (sometimes swimming or yoga), take continue education classes, watch movie and read books between bus rides as well as at night. Occasionally I grab dinner or happy hour with friends, catch a movie, or play board games with my co-workers at night.

On the weekends, I devote most of my time for personal enrichment or reconnecting with friends. These weekends I balance my time helping some Columbia business students build education mobile applications and catching up on online courses.
I’m really good at
-being thoughtful. I can identify people's buttons, emotions. I know how to buy people priceless gifts.

-giving hugs. They're usually generously free but I have installed on occasion some butt slapping to deter frequent free-hug abusers (there's a legitimate story behind this).

-spitting out trivia. I'm a learned individual who enjoys history, math, science, and literature/film. My kryptonite: sports and pop culture.

-being content and happy. I'm really good at filtering out noises and distractions in life and focus on the more important things.

-"dancing like a white boy". Apparently, by my coworker's definition, I "dance like I don't care".
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
My shelves are filled with random assortments: science fiction, black authors, science/math/programming textbooks. It's strange to rediscover the value of library books.

Shows: Silicon Valley, House of Cards, Rick and Morty, Stranger Things.

Food: anything with spice. I eat ANYTHING!!!
The six things I could never do without
Library/Bookstore
Noodles
Rice
Spicy Food
Bed
I spend a lot of time thinking about
-If I'm adopted. Swear I'm nothing like my parents.

-If I had a thigh gap, will my jeans last longer?

-we use flowers for all kinds of occasions. Flowers are plant's sex organs...

-my next travel on the shoe string. For the most part I backpack and live in hostels while making new friends. This December I plan on travelling to Southeast Asia while visiting my grandma.

-retirement and investment. Most of my peers my age are not actively saving money for the own retirement nor making sound financial decisions.

-deciding to go back to school for masters. I think I have acquired enough working experience, but I am wondering how much more value would a master's degree provide me.

-starting my own 3d modeling/printing company.

-building a mini-farm. I want to play with composting, bee-keeping, and mushroom growing.
On a typical Friday night I am
playing board games, playing videos games, watching Netflix, reading a book, going out with friends for drinks/happy hour.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
-I'm a feminist. I don't think people should define themselves strictly by gender roles and norms dictated by society.

-I love Spongebob Squarepants.

-I'm not an extrovert and I harbor some misanthropic sentiments. I have a hard time finding personal time because people want me to hangout with them. I think people mistake my sociability and friendliness as extroversion.

-I have an Iphone 4s.
You should message me if
-you wanna try a restaurant and need a fellow foodie to join your adventure

-you think I'm "interesting" and find my peculiarities fascinating.

-you need someone to help your trivia team
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