Terijan
29 Tustin, United States
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My self-summary
I have big dreams about little things.
What I’m doing with my life
Game development -- design, programming and art.

I worked in the industry for a few years (EA & Blizzard) and then I went independent.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
B: The Color Purple, Divine Comedy, Asterios Polyp

M: The Secret of Kells, Palindromes, Harold and Maude

S: Steven Universe, How to Get Away With Murder, Hannibal, Over the Garden Wall, Adventure Time, Avatar TLA/Korra, JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, Death Parade, Veronica Mars, Pushing Daisies

Mu: Frank Ocean, Alina Baraz, Bach, Justice, Stevie Wonder, Ella Fitzgerald, Radiohead (I can listen to the 0110 playlist on repeat)

F: Ethiopian (Kitfo & Tej), Vietnamese (Banh Mi & Pho), Korean (!!!), and everything else

G: Tree of Savior, Stardew Valley, Heroes of Might and Magic II, Divinity: Original Sin, Shovel Knight, Castlevania 3, Shining Force, SaGa Frontier. And I have a soft spot for SNES-era RPGs, particularly ones that weren't sold in the US.

wip made-for-okc youtube playlist
The six things I could never do without
-music to fit the mood
-nice ambient lighting
-a variety of things to eat and cook with
-alone time
-together time
-cuddles
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Mostly hypothetical shit like half vampire/gorgons.

(Can't look it in the eyes; can't see its reflection. Far from a fair fight!)
On a typical Friday night I am
Smoking weed and working on projects.
You should message me if
I think none of us are crazy because we all make sense in our own head. So with that said:

I believe cognitive advancements are the only real kind human beings have, therefore it's necessary that we all uniquely seek our own answers for big questions like
"what the fuck am I doing on this 4.5 billion year old spacerock",
or simple ones like
"what kind of adult do I want to be"
because this process through the filter of social interaction is how we ultimately self-govern our species. For most of us the answer seeking won't be declared in language, but described in a lifetime of choices that make sense to the individual.

So however you do your thing, I'd like to encourage you to double down on your individuality. You'll feel happiest when you feel like your authentic self; it's a sensation contiguous with harmony.

And you should message me if you've an open enough mind to not rudely condemn other perspectives, or you like talking and don't find me insufferable -- as I have nothing to offer but my self.
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