27Tallinn, Estonia
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My self-summary
A pessimistic optimist, an introversive extravert, an outgoing individualist, a practical-minded romantic, a sceptic idealist, an egoistic altruist = one big paradox itself.

It's not easy to gain my trust but once you have it, you totally have me on your side. I'm a loyal friend to those few I can call a friend.

At times I can be active, outgoing and talkative. But I can also be calm and quiet. I'm moody, I guess. The most important is to keep in mind that I'm an emotional person with strong character. At first I may look and act tough but on the inside I'm caring and fragile, so better don't break me.

Actually, I could write a book on myself but why don't you find out yourself ;)

Why am I here? Definitely not because I'm desperately looking for a relationship. I don't exaggerate when I say I've always had enough admirers. It's just simple math. There's about a million fellow Estonians living in my country and maybe some 100 000 of them are men in a suitable age group for me. I might never find a real soul mate out of that bunch, whereas there are tens and hundreds of millions of males somewhere out there.

I've never really believed in online dating but on an international scale it's just something I haven't done yet, so why not try after all. At least I hope to improve my English, Dutch, German and Finnish skills while practicing. Furthermore, I'm very curious and willing to discover the world and its people around me.
What I’m doing with my life
I'm an entertainment journalist working for one of the most popular daily newspapers in Estonia. I've had this job since high school and now I just got a bachelor's degree in language editing. I'm continuing with master's studies in linguistics and I'm strongly convinced I'm going to be a doctor of philosophy. I've recently discovered a scientist in me. Let's see where it takes me.

Basically, writing has always been the one thing I've wanted to do, even though I had tens of career ideas before I became a journalist. The job has given me a possibility to meet interesting people and learn so many new things. And as a child I would've never dreamed of seeing my favourite worldwide known artists.

I play the piano and some think I can sing quite well. Music is certainly one of my passions. I also enjoy watching films and comedy series, and reading and cooking. What is more, I love exercising and I try to do it at least thrice a week.
I’m really good at
*Writing (mainly articles and essays but I'm working on poems as well)
*Doing whatever it takes to gain my ends
*Being passionate about whatever I do
*Using my sharp tongue
*Taking offense (not among my best qualities)
*Pulling myself together exactly when needed
*Mmm...making cheesecakes
The first things people usually notice about me
My glance, which is said to indicate the life experience of a much older person than I am. They say I occasionally have a 40-year-old look in my eyes.
Probably also my long-long hair and long eyelashes.
And black leather clothing which is among my favourites.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: fantasy novels (e.g. LOTR, SIF), Hesse, Remarque, Bulgakov, Dostoyevsky, Camus, Murakami...
Movies: LOTR again and Star Wars! Anything made by Tarantino. Anything with Depp or Di Caprio. "Cloud Atlas" and "Baraka" are my favourite pieces of recent time.
TV-series: Game of Thrones, crime series (e.g. Cold Case, Mentalist, Midsomer Murders), comedy series (e.g. HIMYM, Black Adder, Black Books).
Music: hard rock and heavy metal (e.g. AC/DC, Metallica, Iron Maiden), alternative rock (e.g. Foo Fighters), rarely pop rock (e.g. Hurts), country (e.g. Alan Jackson, The Band Perry), sometimes jazz, tango, native American music, classical music (e.g. Vivaldi, Beethoven, Mozart). When dancing, I can even stand some trance and hip-hop (ONLY then).
Food: I'm a sweet tooth, so I love chocolate cakes and cheesecakes, pancakes with honey and ice cream. I love Italian, French, Mediterranean and Asian cuisine, fruit and vegetables, dairy products. Then again I also love simple (and unhealthy) pub dishes, such as fish and chips, garlic bread and cheese balls. Anything with cheese, really! I find it most important to ENJOY food, not just devouring it to gain energy.
Six things I could never do without
1. Good health.
2. Love, love, love...
3. Family and friends, people who are dear to me (not exactly THINGS, I know)
4. Entertainment, such as good comedy shows, music, films, books, football...
5. A lot to do and motivation to achieve my goals
6. Tea (I can imagine I could make due without eating for a while but tea has to be there every morning and every night!)
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Isn't it obvious? Life! Why it is so goddamn complicated, why do people act some way I don't understand, why don't things go our way even if we give our best... Why, why, why?
I sometimes torture myself with philosophical questions, like what does happiness mean or what defines art. And I ask myself questions that will probably remain unanswered, such as how did the world come into being, why are we the way we are, what if there's no beginning and no end but humankind is too narrow-sighted ever to realize it? Etc.
I think about what has been and what is going on and what will come. And I analyze myself.

In brief, they say I think far too much! :)
On a typical Friday night I am
Either working, which means going out and making a coverage on some entertainment event, or relaxing at home or at my friends' places. I guess I'm more of a party person at Saturday night.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Would it be private if I was willing to share it with anyone, now would it? ;)
You should message me if
...you speak fluent English
...you've got more to say than "hi sweetie, 'sup?"
...you're NOT looking for a one-night stand 'cause I'm not here for
...you consider yourself intelligent and feel confident about your
personality and looks because I'm tired of men who suffer from
various complexes and let those dictate their life
...you know what you want in principle, as I've met too many who
don't, and such people easily hurt others and waste their time
...you share at least some of my interests and viewpoints

And please, I don't need your slippery-tongued compliments. I simply leave such messages unanswered.
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