31Frankfurt am Main, Germany
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My self-summary
I like to think things through...a lot. But I'm very self-ironic about that and every other aspect of my life, so I'm positive one can have a laugh with me. I like it when people are open about their strangeness, because everyone is strange, and that's great.

P.S.: My personality-traits list seems pretty awful right now... I'm not that bad, really. People actually confirmed that ;)

P.P.S.: I do not see if you "liked" me. You'll have to write something, for better or worse.
I’m really good at
I know loads of stuff about movies, literature, politics, history, music, pop-culture...if you want to have someone drive a nail into a wall, i could maybe try that, too.
The first things people usually notice about me
They usually say, "Haven't i seen you somewhere before...?"
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I think my brain is structured like a Woody Allen-Movie. I also adore Ingmar Bergman. Other favourites of mine are Billy Wilder, Almodovar, Cassavetes, Chan Wook Park.Lately i've only watched TV-Shows though, Silicon Valley, Mr.Robot, Bojack Horseman. I really like listening to lame Singer-Songwriter music like Leonard Cohen, Paul Simon (with or without Garfunkel), Bruce Springsteen...and everyone who steals from them. My favourite writer is Philip Roth. Last book I read was "Submission" by Houellebeq.

I try to eat vegetarian most of the time, although my favourite food is actually sushi.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
The expansion of the universe, if we all are connected somehow, if i will remember to pick up my laundry from the tumbler, if everything makes sense at some point.
On a typical Friday night I am
Winter: Strumming on my guitar, watching a movie, drinking tea, nurturing my seasonal depression
Spring, Summer: Best case scenario would be ouside, in a park or at the river with friends, beer, guitar and talks and laughter.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
"There's a crack in everything, that's how the light gets in" -L.C.
I hope you're right, Lenny.

I think Hermann Hesse is kitschy and not really profound. There, I said it.
You should message me if
you're the one who always steals just one sock from my washing machine. Or if you feel like it.
The two of us