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My self-summary
My geek friends call me a jock and my jock friends call me a geek. I enjoy the fine arts, a good movie and an engrossing novel, while at the same time enjoy the thrill of an adventure, exploring the unknown, and just learning about things anew.
What I’m doing with my life
The love of travel has always been there. To go to a new place, to see new things, to experience new cultures. The hours stuck in an airtight flying tin with lovely passengers that do not respect my personal space are somehow magically elevated when you touch down in a different county.
I’m really good at
nothing actually. Jack of all trades and master of none. There are so many things to explore that being stuck doing one thing seems such a waste at times.
The first things people usually notice about me
my self-deprecating sense of humour. Very dry/droll. You either love it or you don't understand it. And the puns that I bake up in my mind, well maybe we shouldn't go there just yet.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I love dry Brit comedy, Monthy Python being the favourite. Humour is such a subjective thing though, so meeting someone who understands my humour is kind of important. It'll look really dumb to constantly crack jokes only to have blank zombie stares in return.

I'm really rather peeved that the genius that is Rowan Atkinson has been reduced to being remembered mainly for Mr. Bean. While slapstick humour has always been a part of British comedy, to be remembered for it when one should have been remembered for comedy gold like Black Adder, is a little depressing for me.

I love foreign films cause I feel that they tend to only bring in the good films and the arduous process of having to decide what's good has already been done for me. Do note that this assumption has turned around and bitten me in the arse more times, in a language I do not understand (but with subtitles!), then I care to admit.
Six things I could never do without
The numbers 1, hahaha, 2 hahahaha, 3 ahahahahah, 4 hahahah, 5 hahahaha, 6 hahah. (I hope someone gets the reference. My childhood would not have been in vain). For without those, how could I come up with a list of 6 things I could never do without in the first place?
I spend a lot of time thinking about
how insignificant we humans are and how we like to delude ourselves about it. That and how to TAKE OVER THE WORLD!
On a typical Friday night I am
probably watching a movie. Or sleeping in a movie theater, depending on how the movie went.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I can bet that most people will say, "Know me better before I tell you." So I think the most private thing that I am willing to admit is that I'm psychic.

I'm also missing a front tooth which got knocked out. I wear dentures thus.
You should message me if
you are someone independent and have a wicked sense of humor, a love to travel and see new things, you can share an intellectual argument and point out new views on things that I have not thought of.

Also if you do not have the preconceived notion that only guys are supposed to make the first move.

If you actually get this video:

You want to learn how to unicycle.
The two of us