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My self-summary
I'm very ambitious with clear goals for what I want from life. I take life seriously when I need to but I'm also very laid back and goofy most of the times. I love meeting new people, exploring new cultures and places.

I'm also very friendly and make friends very easily. I'm not shy to talk to strangers on the streets. I hold open doors for people and I always display gratitude towards people providing service, bus drivers for example. I love to read and keep abreast with current issues in the world. I also like to keep active and go to gym 4 - 5 times a week. I've recently lost 65 pounds and have made a lots of positive changes in my life. I also LOVE to play Squash (any season) and Tennis (during summer). I have been playing both sports for a while. If you're interested in playing, let me know.


1. I was once chased by a gang of monkeys who wanted to steal my food. I escaped though. Yes, I'm a trained in escaping from monkeys. In fact, I should start consulting on this subject matter.

2. When I worked at the call centre (you know, started from the bottom, now we here), a girl from PEI was so impressed with my customer service that she asked me to note down her address and phone number and visit her whenever I was in PEI next. She even took my email address and emailed me her info.

3. I sold Toronto Star door to door in high school and, for some reason, ventured out to sell the newspaper near the Jane-Finch area. I didn't sell a single subscription and was chased by a crazy man with a knife in his hands.

4. I spent two summers working at Wonderland in high school. For a couple of weeks, I was transferred to a restaurant that made funnel cakes (mmmm...funnel cakes!!!). During training, I made the best funnel cakes out of my group. However, during rush hour, guests would always peek inside to see how I made them. This used to put me in panic mode and screwing up my funnel cake making skills. Needless to say, I was put on dishwashing duties for the rest of my time there -__-

5. During a job interview for a coop job at a really shady company located at a really shady location, I was asked by both of the interviewers to help them chase and neutralize a cockroach that ventured on to the table. As I sat there scratching my head, they threw a stapler on the cockroach, killing it. Needless to say, I didn't get the job...something I was glad about.
What I’m doing with my life
I currently work for a chocolate company in their strategy department. In my role, I look at all of the chocolate market in Canada. So, you could say I'm an expert in chocolate. A chocolatier, if you must :P

I also volunteer a lot in my free time. Some places I have volunteered at include TIFF, Hot Docs, CIBC Run For The Cure, Daily Bread Food Bank, WWF Canada.

Finally, I've come to the realization that I'd be really happy practicing law. It's a total change from my current career direction, but it's something I have a passion for. Therefore, I plan to write my LSAT this year and apply to law schools. Lost of studying to do. That's definitely what I'm spending a lot of my free time on for now.

Here, try this sample question from an actual past LSAT:

The supernova event of 1987 is interesting in that there is still no evidence of the neutron star that current theory says should have remained after a supernova of that size. This is in spite of the fact that many of the most sensitive instruments ever developed have searched for the tell-tale pulse of radiation that neutron stars emit. Thus, current theory is wrong in claiming that supernovas of a certain size always produce neutron stars.

Which one of the following, if true, most strengthens the argument?

A) Most supernova remnants that astronomers have detected have a neutron star nearby.
B) Sensitive astronomical instruments have detected neutron stars much farther away than the location of the 1987 supernova.
C) The supernova of 1987 was the first that scientists were able to observe in progress.
D) Several important features of the 1987 supernova are correctly predicted by the current theory.
E) Some neutron stars are known to have come into existence by a cause other than a supernova explosion.
I’m really good at
- Trivia (Question for you: Titanic was referred to as RMS Titanic. What does RMS stand for?)
- History lessons (Especially when it has to do Napoleon. That man is my role model)
- Draining my cell phone's battery (My poor iPhone 5 is like 98 years old, atleast in technological years)
- Socializing (I can make friends with a brick wall, just not best friends. That spot has been taken by the pole near my house).
- Racket Sports (Squash and Tennis. I really am the Michael Phelps of Squash. I think)
- Remembering names/faces (If you come to my profile or if I visit your profile, I will remember your face. Later, if we ever meet on the streets, don't be surprised if I say hello :P)
The first things people usually notice about me
Easy. I know they think, "This guy is as cool as a cucumber putting on Ray Ban Aviators".

I really don't know what people first notice about me. I wish one could ask such a question during an interview. "So, do you have any questions for me?"..."Yes, what did you first notice about me?" -__-
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
The Alchemist, Kite Runner, Think and Grow Rich, The Richest Man in Babylon, How to Win Friends and Influence People, Outliers, Talent is Overrated, 4 Hour Workweek, Feel the Fear and Do it Anyway, Rich Dad Poor Dad, Good to Great, Tuesday's With Morrie, Who Moved My Cheese.

Shows: I don't really watch TV these days but these shows are evergreen for me: King of Queen, Boy Meets World, The Office, Walking Dead.

Food: I am a vegetarian. Pizza remains my ultimate favourite dish. However, I would love to try anything once, as long as it's vegetarian.
Six things I could never do without
1. Water (to start a water fight)
2. Food (to start a food fight)
3. Air (Helium - To fly away in a house lifted by balloons like in the movie "Up")
4. YouTube (to watch and laugh at viral videos of others' misfortune)
5. Google News (So I can read about Putin's/Kim Jong Un's latest shenanigans)
6. Wikipedia (So I can read about random things and look smart at gatherings and parties)
I spend a lot of time thinking about
- My plans for the summer (Planned so far - Skydiving, CN Tower Edge Walk, Cruise to the Caribbean, Road Trip to Atlantic Canada)

- Why can't every post on my facebook feed be as inspirational/thought provoking as the HONY (Humans of New York) posts. Also, why are the top comments on HONY posts always so amazing??

- Is Batman actually a superhero, even though he has no super powers?

- If a kid refuses to sleep during nap time, are they guilty of resisting a rest?
On a typical Friday night I am
Chillin' like a villain.

Or, watching a good movie/spending time with friends or family. In any case, making someone laugh with one of the stories from my cache of hilarious true stories. If you want to know one, message me. I promise I won't disappoint.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I love watching Horror movies, but whenever I foresee a scary part coming, I cover my eyes with my hands. Afterwards, I either ask the person next to me about what happened, or I read the plot I missed on Wikipedia.

As a matter of fact, when I first saw "The Ring", I had to keep the lights of my room on for a week. I also had to sleep with a tennis racket next to my bed to beat the same ghost if she tried to attack me.
You should message me if
You feel like it...or, can teach me how to dougie.
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