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Meet people, have fun, steal your food
Bonjour! Je m'appelle Pablo. Comment tu t'appelles?
Fun it's everything, and everything should be funny. I'd like to laugh with you, and only after that I'd like to have some serious talking with you. About anything.
I deeply enjoy long conversations, music, and sweet things. Give me any of those and I'll love you forever.
I also like awkward silences, rain, and nights with friends, filled with wine or beer.
I'm untidy, spontaneous, happy, clumsy, skinny, geeky, really loud and somewhat shy. I've also been described (sometimes by myself) as an egotistic, self-obsessed ahole. But I'm not so sure about that.
Oh, and I can be a pain in the ass sometimes.
A quick disclaimer: If you make me speak in English I'll surely say "f*ck" every 3 or 4 words, I really can't help it.
Try and touch the things you love
Try and love the things you touch
SMILE, you moron, SMILE!
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
Meetings, meetings, fun and awkward moments!
Yeah, I tend to attend a lot of meetings. And I tend to generate awkward silences.
I'm also hosting!, so far I had the pleasure to accommodate:
Ewy: Crazy messy girl with a tendency towards geekiness and easy laughs (and hitting!).
Miguel: Funny spanish musician/physicist. Luckiest monopoly player EVER.
Paul: Asian french guy living in USA. WTF?. Good french pick-up lines teacher.
Basia: And suddenly, I became a emergency couch! Easy food and easy laughs
Reka & Pepo: She talks a lot, he sleeps a lot. Adorable couple!
Vicki: Is that a bag of candies? Oh, is it for me? Ok, I love you.
Alina and Jessica: Vicious tea drinkers
Magda: My hair stylist. Clumsy girl, but just not clumsy enough.
André: André Filipe du Nascimiento Mendes. He is tall enough to bear with that name.
Bryden: Can't. Understand. A. Word. You're. Saying.
Brooke: My german teacher! Now I'm 2 words smarter.
Evita: Talk talk talk. Fun fun fun. Yay!
Stef: Now, THIS is a haircut!
Jess: The bearer of Vegemite! And lots of picnic loving.
Sean: Jazz lover, calm as can be.
Stacey and Caelte: Tofu loving girls. And another haircut!
Pati: A friend of a friend is always a friend of mine (unless I don't like him/her (wich was NOT the case))
Kitty: The girl is against the color yellow. My god.
Paul: Sanjuanin disguised as a German. Or a German disguised as a Sanjuanin. Couldn't figure that out.
Emmi: Another member of the "girls against yellow" brigade. What is wrong with this people?
Becca: She came, she laughed, she left.
Madeleine: Peanut butter, banana and bacon sandwiches. Elvis' style!
Lydia: Sitcom lover, marmite hater.
Alex: Jean ripper, scarf stainer and sauce stealer. Lots of fun, though.
Monica: "I don't clean too much! Shut up!" Yep, that's her.
Deirdre: She was a walking alarm clock in a strongly nap-filled period of my life. Lovely smiling soul.
Gabriel: "Yeah, I don't like white pepper, it smells like goat shit."
Steffen: Crazy dude, but, aren't all Germans crazy?
Vincent: French teacher, Spanish student.
Loic: It's impossible to arrange a meeting with this guy!
Guillemette: Almost didn't get to know her.
Eric: He made me work as his secretary. He f*cking made me work!
Silly youtube videos
Mouth to mouth resuscitation
- video games
Music, Movies, and Books
Anything by Woody Allen
A Clockwork Orange
Tenacious D and the Pick of Destiny
Lost in Translation
I'll take 2 of everything, thanks!!
(Lots of people told me I should get more specific, so here I go. Some of my dearest bands are: Neutral Milk Hotel, Joanna Newsom, Nirvana, Miles Davis, Explosions in the Sky, The Smiths, Joy Division, Nick Drake, Lisandro Aristimuño, Coiffeur, Kimya Dawson, Belle & Sebastian, Gabo Ferro, Pescado Rabioso, Mogwai, Porcupine Tree, The Maccabees, José González, Ornette Coleman, Sigur Ros, Mars Volta, Cat Power, Beirut and Devendra Banhart. But I'll listen to anything that you'd like to show me. Twice.)
Anything by Borges, Fuentes and Cortazar
Discworld series, by Terry Pratchett (18/37 so far)
Siddartha, by Herman Hesse
Legion, by William Peter Blatty
Naricita, by Monteiro Lobato
Mafalda, by Quino
Macanudo, by Liniers
El llano en llamas, by Juan Rulfo
El hablador, by Mario Vargas Llosa
Diversos instantes del reino, by Patricio Manns
El túnel, by Ernesto Sábato
La sombra del viento, by Carlos Ruiz Zafón
The Silmarillion, by Tolkien
Le Petit Prince, by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
Teach, Learn, Share
I'd love to learn to cook your country's typical food, and to learn a few words of your language.
Also, if you could show me some of your country's typical music I'd be really thankful.
I could teach you the basics of guitar playing, and I make a really great flan.
Countries I’ve Visited
Brazil, Chile, Mexico, Paraguay, United States, Uruguay
Countries I’ve Lived In