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  • 27 References 17 Confirmed & Positive
  • Fluent in English, French, Korean; learning Japanese, Portuguese
  • 24, Female
  • Member since 2011
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About Me

I dunno what to write, really though...
So here we go.

I'm great, like easily the coolest among all humans existent. I'm stupid(but there are so many dumb kids that I'm relatively ok) and funny, and cute and whatelse...

I've traveled a lot and I'll prob continue doing so. I like partying, being alone, meeting kids from all around the world(though they are mostly from rich countries and they can afford traveling and they r mostly white so honestly proportionally speaking I don't think it's that 'diverse' as ppl believe).
I was a big time nerd at school that i ended up quitting as nerds aren't appreciated enough in this world. But since I wanted the title student to get into museums for free and all, I'm at uni studying sociology right now. It's amazing and useless. Also did a film school too but that shit costs...

I love drinking. Well now that i've aged, i can't drink as much as I did when I was 17 but i still can hold my alcohol, I'm an anti capitalist and a feminist(and most of the -ists that come along) and I'm also an awesome cook. If you have a problem with any those above well go to hell.

I may seem aggressive at times, but actually I'm very very calm, sweet, also kind, "open minded", respectful and humble. I'm just strongly opinionated. And sometimes defensive but you gotta understand world hasnt been super kind to me(it's a subjective whining). But really, i'm trying to be more understanding(i still travel) and you should absolutely get to know me. And I'm not drunk writing this I swear to my cat.

Why I’m on Couchsurfing

Because I have no money, dont make me say that u dumb shit


Movies, Making movies, Music, Cooking, Books, Travel, Alcohol, New stuff. Staying sensitive.

  • books
  • literature
  • cooking
  • partying
  • drinking
  • politics
  • movies
  • traveling
  • music
  • languages
  • sociology
  • alcohol

Music, Movies, and Books

Just good old classic Rock n'Roll baby, I know its outdated and all dead, but Im conservative. Jazz, good blues, some classical music, bit of bebop here and there is always lovely. I mean as long as its good i usually appreciate it.

And movies! Did I mention that i'm like a film student? that I like, make films? that I like, go to the movies at least twice a week? There are a lot of films that I adore. Can't just pick one. I love Running on empty so much cause.. River Phoenix, thought We need to talk about Kevin was brilliant, and 2013's Canne, la vie d'Adèle(Blue is the warmest color) was the sexiest movie of the year. Ida was breathtaking. In terms of directors.. It really depends, I do like McQueen's movies, good old Tarantino's always enjoyable, all the good big famous names are often, y'know I'd go to the movies for those. But I certainly don't enjoy all of them. I loved Whiplash and Short term 12 recently and er... What else, In a better world is one of my favorites, I don't know they're only the recent ones and there are just too many. If you wanna talk about movies, oh, I'm all yours. We'll just need few bottles of wine and a long long night.

And as I'm editing it now, I just saw a documentary called Le sel de la Terre, and it was astonishing, simply beautiful. Documentaries are cool I like them a lot and plan to, someday, make some too. Something like the act of killing would be quite ok.

That was 2014. I could go on with a list of movies I liked on 2015-2016 but it's just.. too much. Carol, though, was the most perfect film of Todd Haynes. Good movies come out every few weeks or so, and I miss most of them but it's always a great pleasure talking about them.
+ Moonlight was the film of the decade for me.

One Amazing Thing I’ve Done

I was working in Sahara, summer 2013. Many dunes around, windy, hot, isolated, no electricity no water. Didn't do much during the day, but when the sun goes down, I went lie down on the dune, with a blanket and a bottle of gin. Sand all over my body, I smelled bad and no wifi nor friends nor water, but there were countless stars, blue and violet sky, the milky way and all. I had never seen anything like that before. It was overwhelmingly beautiful. I watched it for hours and hours. I know all of this sounds so cliché, but really, for the first time of my life I knew whats it like to see the stars. I couldn't count them for they were so many, I couldn't see all of them within eyesight and it was frustrating. And nights like that went on and on. Some nights there were people playing drums, and I sang and smoked at the same time. Cheap gin tasted better than the finest wine I'd ever had. And I wondered what kind of person I could've turned out to be, growing under that sky everyday.
Well, must say there are other "amazing" things I've done, sure, like swimming in the ocean all naked at night under the moon and all but that was really something.

Teach, Learn, Share

Cooking tips are welcome! Or traveling tips. Or.. I dunno, languages? I used to work as a private tutor

What I Can Share with Hosts

My delightful company?

Countries I’ve Visited

Albania, Belgium, Cambodia, China, Croatia, Czech Republic, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Italy, Japan, Kosovo, Lithuania, Macedonia, Malawi, Montenegro, Morocco, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, South Korea, Spain, Tanzania, Thailand, Turkey, Uganda, United Kingdom, Viet Nam

Countries I’ve Lived In

France, South Korea

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