I grew up moving back and forth between Israel and California. After attending high school in the US, I spent the past six years in Israel, and after traveling around South America for much of a year I ended up studying in San Francisco at a weird and cool new program called Minerva.
Oh, and I (sometimes, albeit far too rarely) blog:
Before that, I left the Israeli army after a prolonged stint, and took some time to travel. I visited the US (Miami, Orlando, NYC), Argentina, Antarctica, and Chile. Made it to Brazil as well, and then flew to California to check out the university program I'll attend next year. It's new, awesome, and exciting. Let's talk all about it!
Things I like: sports, and a lot of them (Running, Ultimate Frisbee, some Basketball, gym), meeting friends, Friday afternoon Hummus, feminism, any and all nerdiness, reading (when I find the time), hiking, orienteering, cooking (improvised), writing (mostly blogging), traveling (never enough).
I get along well with technology, run reasonably fast, and I love to cook (and apparently the results aren't half bad either. Help me practice?
Personality-wise, I'd like to think it's openness and honesty.
Generally, I'm a huge rock fan. I caught four of my current favorites live last year: Black Keys, Arcade Fire, Franz Ferdinand, and Arctic Monkeys. I love rock/rap collaborations - currently overplaying the Imagine Dragons/Kendrick Lamar mix, but BlackRoc and Collision Course are older favorites. If I'm trying to write or focus, I generally go for instrumental or classical music, and for working out, it'll usually be something angry or beat-y (Rage Against the Machine? Girl Talk?).
I can watch anything by Tarantino again. Especially Pulp Fiction. I'll also never say no to The Princess Bride. In the more embarrassing category, I occasionally re-watch of Nick and Nora's Infinite Playlist and Top Gun (and Ten Things I Hate About You, but that gets parentheses since it's extra embarrassing).
I read anything and everything. Especially if it's Ender's Game (or its sequels). I just finished Fall of Giants, which was incredible, and I'm working my way through the Song of Ice and Fire (Game of Thrones) saga. Edit: Finished the series. For now. It's epic and awesome, especially once you get going.
TV: Doctor Who is fantastic, although I've been on a Big Bang Theory binge lately. There are mostly shows I still need to watch someday: The Wire, Breaking Bad, Game of Thrones, ... for now I'm watching Archer. Hilarious.
I love spicy food - I can eat Sirarcha with anything. Then again, I also love non-spicy food. But nothing can really beat a fresh bowl of hummus, followed by black (Turkish) coffee.
- A good backpack and comfortable shoes
- Someone to share some experiences with
- Delicious, delicious food
- Internet access (at least every other week)
- Some vague semblance of a plan or idea
- Sex (especially of the good, passionate, kinky kind)
Update: first Friday night was spent at a bar and watching a semi-pro Ultimate Frisbee game. Success.
I want something real. And fun. If I had to choose one, at this stage it'll probably be real. But it should be both. Now that I'm travelling, though, I'm very much fine with things more casual and fun than deep.
EDIT: I found the term for what I'm looking for. Casual intimacy. I think that covers it.
Beyond that, if you don't mind meeting for a coffee or a beer (or scotch), and seeing how well we get along in real life. You think we'll have fun talking and seeing where it goes.
Especially if you're GGG and kinky, to any direction (I tend to switch).