lucasbrighton
40 Berlin, Germany
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My self-summary
Let the music speak. So here is "about me" in song quotes. Extra cudos if you can name the artists.

* There is a crack in everything. That's how the light gets in.

* I know I ain't nobody's bargain, but hell, a little touch up and a little paint.

* I opend my eyes and found myself to be looking at you
What I’m doing with my life
Currently, it's moving back into Berlin that keeps me occupied. Finding a place to live, new friends.

***UPDATE***
Move completed
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Apart from that, the old description still applies:

Taking tiny steps on a long journy, improving.
I’m really good at
*** Making music. I am pretty good at that, in terms of song writing and playing the guitar and singing.

*** Making pan cakes. I am not much of a cook and have to rely on cookbook instructions, but my pan cakes rock.

*** Getting by with very little sleep, getting up at 4 a.m. (yes, that is four in the morning) and still feel good.

*** Spontaneous story telling and making up stories. This comes in handy when little white lies (and sometimes, dark and ugly black lies) are necessary. I am not proud of the latter, but I have been known to employ them in the past. I am working on it, though.

*** Learning languages. I will not go into the cunning linguist joke here, but I am rather good at *that*, too.

*** Making ecstasy last long.
The first things people usually notice about me
My perfect looks, my immaculate style, my charming humor, my cleverness and my modesty.

Some people do notice my eyes.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
a) Anything written by Philip Pullman. And by Terry Pratchett. Have been surprised, in a good way, but some thrillers lately, but love/melodrama does have its charm, too. Started reading the Outlander series by Diana Gabaldon, was thrilled especially by the second and third book, gave up halfway up the seventh. Enjoyed Harry Potter, too.
b) Much of what David Lynch and Quentin Tarantino directed. I do enjoy some Bollywood from time to time.
c) Shows as in TV shows? I don't watch TV. TV stopped being fun in 1998 or so. Before that, I enjoyed Star Trek (TNG).
d) Most of what is out there, especially when it has guitars, drums, or keyboards in it. Notably I like Leonard Cohen, Depeche Mode, Sophia, The Sisters of Mercy, Amon Amarth.
e) Meat cake (ask me about it, it totally rocks, is offensive to some and could be considered an instant heart attack), or veggie salad.
The six things I could never do without
The e-string.
The a-string.
The d-string.
The g-string.
The b-string.
The e-string.

None of those are clothing items, not even the g-string (which, unsurprisingly, is the only one T9 knows...)
I spend a lot of time thinking about
New songs. I think a lot about whatever next song I am cooking up. Most ideas never bear fruit. Which isn't a bad thing either. Sometimes thinking about new ideas takes me to the conclusion that, naw, it wasn't a great idea to begin with.
On a typical Friday night I am
Reading those input ideas OKC has generated here makes me kinda angry... "Netflix, eating out - how do you let loose"? First of all, like for so many other real people, working on the weekend and on Friday nights is the reality for me. About twice a month, sometimes more often, sometimes less often.

What annoys me more, though, is this implication that there is this clear cut division between week_work_slaving_adult and weekend_party_freedom_teeny. Put different: I make the time to enjoy myself every day, regardless of if I work or not.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
My appetite (wink wink 😉) has grown as I grew older. And still I'm hungrier today than I was yesterday.
You should message me if
No ifs... You just should.
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