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Ironically, I find having a full-time job is alot less time consuming than Uni, so I'm working off my bucket list - starting with Argentine Tango!
I am also an avid gamer. In general, I think I have alot of different interests and pretty open to suggestions.
Gaming - been doing it since the last millenium, particularly into strategy games when I have my thinking cap on and FPS when I don't.
Languages - I'm trilingual and I found I generally pickup new lanuages fairly quickly, though I haven't made a serious attempt at more of them (it is on my bucket list...). It might have to do with my academic leaning, in general, I love learning.
I assume I'll initially come across as shy and aloof, the shyness comes from my introvert side and the aloofness is probably because I have something on my mind.
Movies - Inception, Gone with the Wind, Doctor Zhivago, Gladiator, Waterloo Bridge, Groundhog Day, The Truman Show, 12 Angry Men, Anastasia, The Big Lebowski, Stand By Me, Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind, Casle in the Sky.
Shows - Star Trek: Voyager, ABC News, Queer as Folks (U.S), The Vicar of Dibley, Little Britain, most history documentaries.
Music - Mostly relaxing music, particularly American Country from around the 50s to 80s.
Food - Most types of cuisine but maybe not so much Chinese, nothing too greasy. I particularly like Japanese, French, Spanish and Russian cuisine
Computer, Internet and Games
Food (and other consumables that sustain life)
The more I learn, the more I am amazed that the world still functions and hasn't collapsed on itself. This topic always intrigues me, I suppose it's my internal struggle with Adam Smith's 'Invisible Hand' and might have something to do with my Actuarial background (there's so many ways for someone to die).