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My self-summary
I've been described as:
and career-oriented.

I've traveled throughout the world, and some of my favorite places are the ancient "living art" of Rome, the grandeur and charm of Paris, the frenetic urban pace of Tokyo and Seoul, and the relaxing islands of Thailand. I'm always looking for my next adventure, and if it weren't for all the time spent sitting in front of a computer everyday in an office, I would be conquering a continent; maybe South America?

I am looking for a sincere woman who has a sense of humor, and is creative and fun.
What I’m doing with my life
Dreaming, exploring other countries, working in Spanish-language radio advertising for the remaining weeks of the year (I make it sound like a prison sentence, but it's actually fun, and I can practice my Spanish every day). Lately, house hunting.

Trying to find a solution to the 10 hot dogs, 8 buns problem at the supermarket. Wondering if vegetarians eat animal crackers.
I’m really good at
Being an awesome uncle to the cutest 5-year-old nephew ever.
Living in the moment.
Cooking and baking. It's very therapeutic, and it feels great to spoil friends with my concoctions.
Being vague by using new age-y words (like "living in the moment")
Driving without road rage.
Remembering detailed pop cultural references (movies, music..etc)
Trashing badly made films (all in good fun, of course)
Being a loyal friend.
The first things people usually notice about me
My sharp wit, and reserved demeanor when they first meet me. I grow on you after a while. However, I'm not a jerk, nor do I give off the appearance of being one. Sarcasm is cool up to a point. I'm pretty easy going.

I look a lot younger than my age (some might say I'm immature, but my sister's opinion does not count here).
Also, my height and my smile.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
** Books ** Brett Easton Ellis , Hemingway, Vincent Patrick, J.D. Salinger, Marjane Satrapi. Some of my favorite non-fiction writers are Malcolm Gladwell, Jake Adelstein's "Tokyo Vice", Peter Mayle (Good travel writer, bad novelist),

** Movies **Hitchcock, De Palma, Fellini, Bunuel, Woody Allen (his 70s & 80s films only), Coppola, Bertolucci and my all-time favorite: Francois Truffaut.

** Shows ** Seinfeld, How I met your mother, Family Guy, Wilfred, Flight of the Conchords, The Office U.K., an Idiot Abroad.

** music ** It depends on my mood. I gravitate towards lounge-type music, international, some rock, some punk. Nothing extreme. Not into crazy hip-hop or thrash metal. Films soundtracks are great, such as Carter Burwell's early Cohen Brothers film scores, Enio Moricone, Bernard Hermann, Pino Dinaggio...etc. Brit pop from the 90's is amazing.

** Food** I"m open to all types of food.
Six things I could never do without
To do lists.
My Psycho Bunny scarf (ha!)
travel / Vacation time
delicious food
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Lately, the future, the economy, my job and how I can put all this aside and still manage to enjoy everything we have in the present that matters most. "Living in the moment" (Sorry).

I also think about living a creative, fulfilling life with special people.
On a typical Friday night I am
Hanging out with co-workers, meeting friends or just relaxing at home to a movie, book and/or dinner.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I have a fear of bowling alleys (j/k).
You should message me if
You want to make a real connection without playing games. If you think we would have a fun and enjoyable time together, message me. I don't think it's possible to not have a good time with me, unless you have some serious issues and/or some strange agenda.
The two of us