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Uhm, I would say that I'm very... I mean, I think that... Uhm, sociability is... and like, openness? Right? I mean, uhm... I'd say that, you know... there's... creativity? I'm sorry, what I'm trying to say is, uhm, spontaneity, and, I guess, uhm, yeah, empathy. Does that answer your question?
I don't know, just... be who you are and do what you do, and let other people do the same. Be nice.
Generally, I'm a fairly creative person, and I'm embarrassingly big on photography. However, I'm also a passionate reader and wannabe-musician, as well as a pretentious writer and a lover of food (not pretentiously though, I'll eat anything but fish. I'm allergic to fish. It's stupid. I hate fish. Fish suck. God damn you, fish).
Other than that, I travel as much as I possibly can (duh) and do my best to pick up languages as I go ('io sono un addestratore di delfini' - I'm a dolphin trainer. 'Djevas balijt?' - Where does it hurt?). My three favourite things in this world are, and not in any specific order: photography, sex, chocolate.
Music, Movies, and Books
All-time favourite movies: Megamind (yes, the animated alien with the giant, blue head, it's a piece of cinematic art thank you very much), Snatch (Jason Statham. Need I say more?), Casablanca (because it's just SO DARN CUTE), and Les Choristes (combine beautiful French with goosebumps-inducing harmonies and throw in what will in a few years become a seriously cute guy and voilá, The Choir).
Music: if you tell me the great Red Hot Chili Peppers aren't great, I don't want to get to know you and if I must I will kick you out of your own house (no, of course I won't. But I'll slap you). Also, never ever underestimate Chet Baker or The Black Keys.
Books: apologies for this, but come on, don't tell me Fjodor Dostoevsky wasn't a genius. I'm also terribly fond of Shantaram (understatement of the century) and A Million Little Pieces. Then again, Paulo Coelho essentially changed my life. I don't know. There's so much to read and so little time.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
I had a really, really nice dinner once.