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My self-summary
February 2016: just moved to back to SF from London. Let's see how this all feels all over again.

At the wee age of 16 I climbed out a window with a bag, an itinerant since, having lived in five countries, and traveled through a few more. As third culture kid as they come.

Funny, Optimistic, Loyal, Progressive, Empathetic, Polyglot.

Good cook. Party starter. Best trivia ever.

Equal parts bawdy and Baudelaire.
What I’m doing with my life
Evolving. Adding life experiences. Staying constantly curious.

Economist by training. Love what I do but I unplug pretty well and don't let my job define me.
I’m really good at
1) Talking to strangers.
2) Telling good stories.
3) Trivia.
4) Cooking. Like really good.
5) Charming you.
6) Coffee & chai.
The first things people usually notice about me
The beard. The smile. The accent that spans a few continents.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
The National, The Smiths, Radiohead but I ain't the mopey type. Constantly experiment with what I like. Concert junkie. Tom Waits vs. T-swizzle is often a life choice I have to make, don't be mad bro.

I own books. I've migrated a little to digital due to the real estate constraints that owning books can put on you. Non-fiction, but occasionally I reread Happy Rotter.

Owner of a well curated Netflix list.

Food - tastes good, don't complain. My culinary experiments are quite the experience in themselves.
The six things I could never do without
1) Visiting family & friends the world over.
2) A warm shower.
3) Spotify, books, and a camera.
4) Staying up to date with the world.
5) Sports of any kind.
6) Whiskey, beer, wine.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Sisyphus and his conundrum.

What did Kurtz mean with his last words?

On a typical Friday night I am
Taking it as it comes or making it happen, whichever occurs first. Basically adding life stories so I can write my own version of a Dave Eggers novel.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Mean girls is an awesome movie.

My height is the real deal.
You should message me if
Calvin to my Hobbes etc. etc. Just not imaginary.

But seriously:

You enjoy looking at my mug.

You think a conversation with me would be entertaining at the least (it will, I promise).

Your selfie count in your profile is less than your non-selfie count.