25 Eindhoven, Netherlands
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My self-summary
You know what? I like me these days. I'm fit, cheerful and dress reasonably well. I'm educated, child-free, drama-free and speak English and Spanish and a bit of sign language.
I'm also more adventurous than you might give me credit for. Currently, I'm studying here in the Netherlands.
I'm a movie and music lover with extremely broad tastes, and I love the nightlife. Want to go out to see a band I've never heard of and then grab some tacos at 3 AM? I'm there.
In fact I spin my own radio once a week at my school campus, and I'm always trying to find new material for it.
I'm kind without being a doormat, humble but able to recognize my value.
Intellectually, I'm always curious. My personal areas of interest are psychology, astronomy, evolutionary anthropology, and bizarre foods but just about anything can grab me if it's presented in the right way.
What I’m doing with my life
Analyzing the social phenomena of human beings.
I’m really good at
I'm good at overthinking things.
I was pretty much here for 20 minutes staring at this page thinking, "I'm alright at running, but I'm not that good. I'm good at choosing music, but only because of my environment. Shit this is hard."
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I like to listen to the soundtracks of the movies first to make a judgement of the film. Then, I watch the movie.
The six things I could never do without
Nutella, Cold beer, H2O, chapstick, alarm clock, toothbrush.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
In a way, we live in the past. Basically, when you look at something nearby, what you actually see is what it was a tiny, tiny fraction of a second ago. Of course, light is so fast that over such a short distance it doesn't really make a difference. But think about the things you see in the sky. You don't see the moon now, you see what it was seconds ago. You see the sun for what it is about 8 minutes ago.
Now think about all the stars you see in the sky. Some of the stars that you can see with your naked eye are millions of light years away. So some of what we're seeing in the sky is millions of years into the past. In fact, some of the stars we see might not even exist anymore. They might have already died a long time ago but we don't "see" their deaths now. New stars are born all the time, but we don't necessarily "see" them now either. A new star might be born right now millions of light years away, and people on earth won't see it for millions of years.
On a typical Friday night I am
in the company of friends painting the town red.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I sing loudly when I drive home.
You should message me if
Are you a dog or cat person? Why?