cinnamonchoc
32 Tampere, Finland
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My self-summary
I'm usually loud enough to be heard from distance. If I'm not excitedly explaining something no one really wants to hear I'm laughing, singing or crying. I guess I have a need to express certain emotions. But like everyone, I still hide a big part of them.

I just read in some profile that Myer-Briggs indicator is horoscope for nerds which made me smile. I'm an ENFP-Capricorn-Pig then trying to fit in with mostly INTPs surrounding me.
What I’m doing with my life
I seriously have no idea. At the moment I try to do whatever makes me happy. That doesn't seem to include steps closer to "adult" world that are commonly expected to take at this age.

I exercise way too much without being in a good condition. That'll take time. I avoid finishing my studies. I finally got my BSc tho. I search for something or someone that doesn't probably exist.

I learning to sing the way I've never sang before, in front of a band. And I'm loving it!
I’m really good at
I consider myself good at singing, dancing, handicrafts, spoiling things, worrying too much over insignificant things and making others smile.
The first things people usually notice about me
Smile and laughter, I hope.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I enjoy fantasy and romantic novels. To be honest I haven't read much lately. When I can't finish a book I should be studying I can't read for fun either.

I like good movies, bad movies and movies in between these two. Horror usually isn't my genre. Musicals are. I'm not sure about combination of these two.

KT Tunstall, Maroon 5, Adele, Pimeys, Egotrippi, Emma Salokoski Ensemble, Kolmas nainen, Duffy, Mika, Robbie Williams...

Food. I'm trying to find forms of food that would be both tasty and good for me. This years diet hasn't always been the kindest one so I think one of my new years resolutions is finding gentler attitude towards eating and indulgence while maintaining the 175 pounds lost.
The six things I could never do without
Friends, sex (tho some days I've forgotten what it's like), music, dance, peanut butter and Pepsi Max. I'm also growing more fond of roller derby by the day so it might replace peanut butter any day now.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Nowadays, calories. My looks. All things related. I hate dieting.
On a typical Friday night I am
on a gym, spending time with friends, watching a movie, singing karaoke, painting, crafting or rollerskating.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I love soft people.
You should message me if
you want to have a chat about almost anything. Or have a cup of tea or bake something that starts with a recipe and ends up something completely different or go for a walk or a jog or skate or bowl or dance or do something either or neither of us has never tried before.
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