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Describing yourself in a paragraph is really hard but I can say that I can adapt to various situations, because I dont judge people and can be calm most of the times. I am not the type of person who writes "Oh I am super easygoing and fun, I like to meet new people, yaay I love people" If we can get along and respect each other, yeah then I am easygoing. And if we have a similar sense of humour we can have so much fun. It is important to respect someones principles and personal space.
There´s only one type of person which I really cant stand, insincere people. I am an honest and sincere person, I act like I think.
Also when I send people to stay at their place, I put the effort to read their profile and write a personal message. Because I am also being selective, I wrote to people who I think I can connect with. Yeah, having a host is nice but the point of couchsurfing for me is to meet local people and understand or see the city like they do. Then you can know the great and more fun parts of that city and have fun not like a tourist but like a local. You are in a home which is more cozy and there is a chance to observe how other people from other nationalities live their lives at home. And also the thrill of getting to know a whole new person´who is completely unfamiliar to you. This is the best part. You have so much that you can talk about and share.
So this is all I can write for now, this shit is hard. Its probably better to explain yourself to someone face to face. So why not meet up and have a pyjama party?
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
I cannot be a host at the moment. But I'd like to meet new people as I travel so that's why I'm on couchsurfing. In the meantime, I cannot be a host but I can show around İstanbul to people who's interested and fun.
Definitely, my main interest is music. I cant live a day without music. I do not play any instruments, shame on me, but I can describe myself as a qualified listener I think. I go as many concerts or festivals as I can, live music is the best thing humankind ever produced so far.
- live music
Music, Movies, and Books
I am a true metalhead (hell yeah), I almost listen all the subgenres but I am a Thrash Metal fan mainly. But hey, that's not it. I like every music that has been made in the 80s, a big fan of Indie Rock and Britpop, I like Electronic music as well (except dubstep, that shit drives me crazy), Punk, Hardore, Jazz and Blues when I'm feeling classy, even sometimes Country music (wait, what?) anyways, as I said, music is a big deal for me, so I try to listen all the good bands and artists and try to keep up with the new things as well.
I love cinema! I'm also a collector, I try to build an archive with full of good movies, It's huge and keep growing and growing. I like sci-fi, fantastic, action movies. I really love movies with a post-apocalyptic atmosphere especially when it involves zombies (YEAH THAT'S WHAT I'M TALKIN ABOUT). I prefer the movie because I'm a more visual person, but I love reading books too. My favorite authors are Tolkien, Stephen King, Neil Gaimann, Oscar Wilde; Grange and etc. I also love reading comic books and manga. I am not going to explain every detail about my interests, you can draw a picture in your head about what I like so that's enough.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Picking up the remote control from the table and changing the channel when I was tired as fuck and laying on the couch.