32 Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
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My self-summary
I have a good ear and a restless body. These serve women well, particularly it seems... ladies who need to own a man that studies their complexities. I work best with ladies who are eager to describe things carefully. I'll get hurt when you stop speaking in detail.

I prefer people who live for work, not vacations. A generalist, I care for many things.

Let's discuss: honesty, fiscal policy, the history of ideas, the structure of a smell and its reproduction, language, math, cognition, consciousness, and this ordered set, [Van Herpen > McQueen > Armani > Chanel > Saab > Versace].

Pause to touch without speaking. The preservation of cadences. On the edges of many modalities, haptics, olfaction, mouthfeel, fingerfall, saltlick, dreamtickle, and sleep.
What I’m doing with my life
"Girlfriends aren't vices."

They could be. For example, if work is of paramount importance.
I’m really good at
Listening. Turning people into flowcharts.

For work, I enjoy taking on difficult tasks, learning them faster than others, and then designing sustainable systems to ensure the persistence of the organisation as a living entity.

Sometimes I figure a person's structures out, and then they get good massages thereafter.
The first things people usually notice about me
Skinny dude. Talks too fast.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Book: Trainspotting
Movie: Requiem for a Dream, Thr Machine!!
TV Shows: Dexter, House, BBC's Sherlock
Music: Smashing Pumpkins, Deftones, Radiohead, The Prodigy, UFO, Tori Amos
Food: food is fuel

I'm not really a books, movies, tv, music, or food person, but I've consumed and analysed quite a bit of these. I like physical activity though. Intellectually I do like segmenting people into groups based on their opinions of the sensual genres above.
The six things I could never do without
There isn't much I couldn't do without.

But since we're here. Your lips. The small of your back. The curve between your scalp and the lobe of your ear. Clits. Brains. Muscles.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
People. So by extension, everything.

I listen to my colleagues' social lives and they are so cute. To be excited by concepts in newly met people is a game I have not played in a while.

Often while I am busy working, I lack the flexibility to forget to notice people's bodies in motion, their sensory nervous systems interacting with their surroundings, their conscious and their involuntary information processes... transforming raw sensations into conscious imagery, semantic representations illiciting statistically common trains of thought, interacting with "four-F" signals richocheting through their minds. I forget to forget that people don't see themselves as wetwired meat, that their understandings of themselves lack low-level precision, and that they are mostly locked into their local cultures and high-level personal relationships.

Perhaps that is why I rarely have much to say to dates. Unless we're discussing people at the level of detail which is natural to a student of people... we might as well skip the talking. Other forms of communication seem more direct.

Thoughts to be continued, perhaps after sleep.
On a typical Friday night I am
Being productive.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I've trained myself to an incomplete degree... in the ability to completely quantify my world. It's not scary to me, as the loneliness is more of a fact than a concern. But hey, it's true - you can walk the edge of solipsism without completely falling in. All you lose is some respect for less dangerous people.
You should message me if
You won't care if you don't understand me, as long as you love me. Snicker. If you're married to work, and want a friend or lover who's in the same boat.