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work like you don't need the money, love like you've never been hurt, dance like nobody's watching, sing like nobody's listening, live like it's heaven on earth..
The usual: Head, arms, legs and other vitals..
My hometown is Diyarbakir (Southeast Turkey)but my family do live in Ankara (the capital of Turkey) and studied mechanical engineering at Blacksea Technical University in Trabzon (Northeast Turkey). Now working as a white-collar slave in Ankara.
I love to meet new people and as I am a lil bit curious (actually more than a lil bit), I love to learn anything about new cultures.. I like meeting and mingling with people that I don't know.
Looove to faint with laughter, as for me, life gets meaning with every single laughter.
Koy gotune :)
When one realizes that his life is worthless he either commits suicide or travels... Cuz nothing can give your life more worth than great people from all over the world..
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
-Just hosted a few nice people and surfed a few times when I had the chance.
-Vienna Calling '10
-Paris Rendez vous '10
-Goin' on attending CS Vienna events 'n gatherings..
Politics, Environment, Changing Things For The Better, Peace, People, Dancing, Basketball, Get to know new cultures, Eating (well yeah, I might be looking like a tiny miny man but got massive stomach 'n hardcore eating skills :))
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Seen my grandma naked! Speechless..
Teach, Learn, Share
I love to talk about my profession and share my experiences and knowledge with yours (although I know that I have tiny bit :))
I can teach Viennese Waltz and some of the basic figures 'n steps of Argentine Tango and Salsa.
I´d love to learn everything :)
I'm a beginner on French and German so any effort on these would be appriciated. -if I'm in the mood for language exchange-
Countries I’ve Visited
Belgium, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Netherlands, Slovakia, Spain, Switzerland
Countries I’ve Lived In