I'm a 26-year-old grad student at UofT. I'm from Quebec (and have the accent that comes with it), but spent some time in Germany and Oregon before moving to Toronto. I love cultures, arts, science, history, all things nerdy. I'm a passionate person, quite fearless though not careless. I'm a geek, I love video and board games, books, computers. I'm a pretty friendly introvert.
A sincere heart, an active mind, a healthy body, and a warm personality is all I really seek in a man - qualities which I think I also have.
As for movies, I'm quite open-minded. I'm a sucker for horror movies, but only when someone is there to watch them with me. I love the X-Men and dream of being one.
I don't really watch TV, not because I don't have any interest in it, but just because I can't seem to want to spend enough energy and time getting sucked into a series and watch it for hours and hours. I do enjoy watching TV with people, but that's mostly for the connection and shared experience rather than the actual plotline of the show, which I often find lacking and repetitive. I'm totally open-minded though, so please get me hooked to your favorite show. :)
As for music, I tend to prefer pop and rock. A few favorites include Natasha Bedingfield, Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Cranberries, Alanis Morissette, Björk, Evanescence, Queen, Dido, Green Day.
And I just love food of any kind and any origin. I can't handle spice too well, but other than that, anything goes :P. I can't cook to save my life, but I love eating and trying new things. Italian and Japanese cuisines have a special place in my heart.
As well, I love video games, from Civilization to Smash Bros, League of Legends to indie games. Love anything multiplayer. Proud Nintendo fanboy. :p Also, many board games and social games.
Coffee - sweet nectar of life.
My dog - unconditional love in furry format.
Backpack - I always carry stuff around. I'd be lost without one.
Alarm clock - I'm quite a night owl, and without an alarm clock, I'd never wake up in time for anything.
TTC pass - not that I'm a fan of public transit in Toronto (I have my fair share of complaints, like most Torontonians), but I always get around with public transit no matter where in the world I am. Four simple reasons: 1) I don't drive; 2) It saves money; 3) It saves the environment; and 4) No need to worry when I have a drink too much.