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Nenni Mascareñas

Saltillo, Coahuila de Zaragoza, Mexico

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Overview

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  • Fluent in English, Spanish; learning French
  • 22, Female
  • Member since 2012
  • I work, study, watch movies and hang...
  • College, Media.
  • From Sabinas, Coahuila, México.
  • Profile 75% complete

About Me

CURRENT MISSION

Travel around Canada for this year!

ABOUT ME

I'm what they might call "crazy" wich i think it's not because of a mental illness,i hope. Jk, i would say i just want to learn everything about life, die young or old whatever, just be really wise and with that wisdom help anybody i can. Never ever being despective to others (unless they deserve it hahaha kidding), fuckin' hate that. (sorry) and yeah, i love all social and volunteer help, i would love to give all my life to it. And cinema.

PHILOSOPHY

YOLO (HAHAHAHA)kidding. Well, You just left this world how u came in. Naked.
It doesn't matter your age, it just matters where you are and what are you doing to get the world ( your world) to remember you.

Interests

Well, i love Cinema. Art cinema, independent films. How awesome. I love to read too, and music. Music is my drug (one and only haha ). I love doing excersise, but not at the gym. Oh no, i love outdoor activities and sports. The Olympics are the greatest thing to me. And im into photography too, though i'm yet an amateur. Oh! Love playing xbox. Hell yeah. AAAAAnd, motorcycles. Rock climbing. History. I think that's about it. Almost forgot, i love travelling too ( i guess is implied but still). That's about it. Teaching! Languages.

One Amazing Thing I've Done

When i visited Haití because of volunteer work. Man that was just unreal, being there.. the country just, crashed. Destroyed. Port- au- Prince, that really got me. I even got a tattoo because of what i saw, even though everything was in ruins, all the trucks and little stores had the "Merci Dieu" phrase, posted everywhere. And i thougt.. Is that the same God i sometimes pray? Because in my language i call him Dios, in english is God, and for Haití was Dieu. Do we all pray to the same guy? Is that the same when i pray and have an idea of what he might look, or might be? Is that the same idea they have? What they hope to get from him? So i had "Dieu" tattooed on my back. Because of what it meant to me at that moment, that culture, they have their own God, they only pray to be alive tomorrow and have something to eat i guess. Some hope. Their idea is different. And still they are gratefull to him. Merci Dieu. Everywhere.

Here's a funny one. I was in a Hostel in Barcelona and one night i came to my room to pick up some stuff and there was a little package for me. I ripped it and it was a little.. weird gift. It had a congratulations card written by a Polish girl saying that my bed used to be hers and that she wished me to enjoy my staying. Also said that she had a weird present that none of her friends liked (cant think of why hahaha)and that it was something that only me and her will have as like.. a symbol. It was a weird keychain, made of clay with like a penis drawing but carefully shaped in a fish way. I know it sounds weird but i kept it anyway. Present from Barcelona.

Countries I've Visited

Czech Republic, Dominican Republic, France, Germany, Haiti, Mexico, Panama, Spain, Switzerland, United States

Countries I've Lived In

Canada, Mexico

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