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i moved to berlin in 2009 and have been living there most of the time, with some time back in Melbourne as well. i studied art, english and philosophy at university ... and i am now writing an MA thesis on humour theory...
i perform stand-up comedy, and wrote a full length show for the edinburgh fringe festival called
"berlin for beginners"
... it featured couchsurfing tales!
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
couchsurfing is great because it disrupts the ideas of isolation that our society promotes.
i am not broke (yet...) and if being hosted will engage in the spirit of generosity by cooking, bringing a bottle(s) of wine, contributing how i can...
surfed in greece and turkey with pleasure.
am yet to host (have had a few strange living situations that haven't been so great for couchsurfing BUT am moving into a great place for summer when i hope to finally open my doors to you.
film, humour, health food (but not fanatically) weathered elderly people, very tiny objects, human experience, feathers... many things
Music, Movies, and Books
MUSIC: cat power, portishead, the magnetic fields, piaf, all kinds of jazz, instrumental, electro... if it's a good party, just about anything
FILMS: herzog/hugh grant
BOOKS: experimental writing and poetry, kafka, hesse, proust, kathy acker, chekov, .... actually for a literature student i haven't read many books. sigh. buying books to put on my bookshelf sometimes makes me feel better.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
moving to berlin when i was 21 was pretty wild
Teach, Learn, Share
i am pretty good with knowing the names of flowers in your garden, even the odd ones that you might not know. and like to think that i cook well, especially vietnamese.