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My self-summary
I'm from South America, but I've been in Canada for 13 years. Ironically enough I learned to salsa dance in Canada, and I'm pretty sure I learned to speak english by watching a VHS tape of the Lion King a thousand times. I can do the Fresh-Prince of Bel-Air theme song in english AND spanish. If you want to hear me do it, you have to wait until the second date... seriously, do you think I'm that easy?
What I’m doing with my life
I work in post production for television, and I'm also doing a whole bunch of stuff on the side trying to get my career started. And by "doing" I mean "procrastinating", and by "a whole bunch" I mean "not that much".

I also slap-da-bass in a band. I've recorded and album and have played many shows around the city. This one time we even got paid. I'm basically a rock star now. If you like to dance to live music we might get along.
I’m really good at
- Hipnotizing people with my dance moves.

- Drawing. Some of my best work includes The Simpson's faces, Bugs Bunny, and boobs... I mean nudes.
The first things people usually notice about me
I have an accent. You've guessed it: Spanish. Even though my english fluency has always been good, I've never been able to get rid of the accent. Most people tell me I should embrace it, and I've learnt to, but I wish I could speak as a native english speaker on cue. The reason why, is because I constantly daydream about becoming a actor and I don't want to be typecasted as the drug dealing, coffee drinking, bean eating, mexican gang member exchange student.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Funk. It's all about the attitude. James Brown almighty godfather of funk, give me the funk, the whole funk and nothing but the funk.. amen.

City of God is my favourite movie because it has everything I like. Samba and Funk music in the soundtrack. Need I say more?
The six things I could never do without
Baby Spice
Sporty Spice
Posh Spice
Scary Spice
Ginger Spice
Old Spice
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Why is it "ON the bus" but not "IN the bus"? You are inside the bus when you ride it. Same with "ON the train" or "ON a plane". You should not be ON them but IN them! Like the movie "Snakes On A Plane" if the snakes where actually ON the plane they would've died immediately, no one would've been hurt, and Sam Jackson wouldn't have gotten sick of those motherfuckin' snakes on the motherfuckin' plane.

I know what you are going to say:

No, because if you were IN the bus you would be part of the of the bus, like the engine or something.

Well if that's the case why is it that "I am IN my car"? See?? it makes no sense. You are in the car like you are in the bus, not on it. You don't ride on the roof of a bus... You'd fall and die. Well unless you've been on a Chiva. Those are fun.

Anyways, explain that grammar Nazis!
On a typical Friday night I am
I'm going on the perfect first date.

It starts simple, with just a coffee. We find each other attractive so we decide to go to a bar for drinks. We are having a good time and then a song comes on, which we both start singing. I tell you that I know of a bar that has a live band that plays that music and we agree to go. We spend the rest of the night dancing. Afterwards we decide to grab a bite at an all day breakfast diner.

I walk you home after eating and you jokingly say that its a shame we won't just stay up to watch the sunrise. I think that's a great idea and we decide to go. You know the perfect place. We get on a cab and we go somewhere by the lake. As we watch the sunrise we talk about things we would like to do before we die. I say that I would like to kiss someone on top of the Empire State Building. You tell me since we are technically on a date we should make that happen.

So we go home after watching the sunrise and impulsively buy our tickets online. A few hours later we flight out to NYC. We stop for lunch and get some New York Pizza, visit Times Square and by sunrise we kiss at the top of the Empire State building. Then we go ice skating at Rockerfeller Center and we take a tour around Central Park on horse carriage.

We flight back to Toronto, and I drop you off I home. I go home and as I'm laying in bed ready to go to sleep you text me to thank me for our date, and ask me if I want to come over. I run in the rain to your place and when I get there you open the door and I'm soaking wet. We kiss and passionately and have crazy monkey sex, and sleep the entire next day. And it all started with just a coffee.

So, how about a coffee?
You should message me if
You want to play a game I just came up with called "Never have I ever - The online dating game" (a variation from the popular drinking game "Never have I ever")

It goes like this: You message me "Never have I ever..." and fill it with something you want to know about me. Preferably something I may not want to admit publicly. (e.g. Never have I ever drunk texted an ex). If I've done it I will reply with the story of when and how it happened, If I haven't done it, I will just tell you and just proceed to ask you my own "Never have I ever" question for you.

I promise I will be honest no matter what. NO MATTER WHAT and I hope you are too.

Got game?