40Göteborg, Sweden
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My self-summary
What would my friends say about me? What would I hear my friends saying about me? Well, I consider myself an honest and loyal person. I think I'm very passionate too, though it is something that is not evident when you meet me, but only when something turns on the switch, controversial topics like politics, human rights, are of course in the list, but I do have strong opinions about other random topics (e.g Spanish tortilla with/without onion). I like photography, swimming, music and science.

WARNING! My photos are old. Since I took them I haven't gained, neither lost, a lot of weight, I haven't undergone plastic surgery nor got disfigured, but I definitively grew older.
What I’m doing with my life
Being paid for what I used to do just for fun. Having fun at work. Getting used to seasons (still not getting it).
I’m really good at
My job; cooking (I think so, but on the other side nobody gives negative feedback on other people's cooking). I'm good with my hands, used to do a lot of origami, but is an old hobby.
The first things people usually notice about me
My (lack of) height. They will also notice that I'm quiet, I'm not very talkative at the beginning. If I manage to pass the first encounter, they find that I'm a reliable, trustworthy and caring person (my friends say, I can't tell for sure).
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
The answer to all is: "Fried green tomatoes".

Now seriously. There are some books that have changed me: "La Jangada" a.k.a "Eight Hundred Leagues on the Amazon" was the first novel I ever read at age 10, but I can hardly remember the plot. "Crime & Punishment" was the first book that really tortured me. Books like "The satanic verses" and "Cryptonomicon" opened my eyes to new styles. I'm sure there are lots of books I loved, and probably I cite often, but I can't remember right now.

Movies... there have been so many, that is unfair to choose.
Six things I could never do without
I literally couldn't live without air or water, but that's not the point with this question, and then my answer is "probably nothing."
I spend a lot of time thinking about
How to conquer the universe. Or at least the galaxy. Would humans get longer lifespans that allow us to get to other stars? Faster-than-light travel? Wormholes? Are we grounded for eternity to this small corner of the galaxy?

Why are there so many German women with 90%+ match?
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I haven't updated my profile pictures in more than two years, neither have got a picture of myself in more than a year.
You should message me if
You have a good plan for space traveling, or you want to chat, or you think it's your duty.
The two of us