43 • Düsseldorf, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
Male / Single / ID: 2707666
Seeking Female 22 - 32 living in Bangkok, Thailand For: Friendship, Romance / Dating
Last active: over 12 months ago
Other, Art / Painting, Bars / Pubs / Nightclubs, Beach / Parks, Cars / Mechanics, Computers / Internet, Concerts / Live Music, Cooking / Food and Wine, Dancing, Dining Out, Education, Fashion Events, Family, Music (Listening), Movies / Cinema, Museums / Galleries, News / Politics, Photography, Reading, Shopping, Social Causes / Activism, Theatre, Traveling, TV: Educational / News, Wine Tasting
French, Middle Eastern, Barbecue, Seafood, Cajun / Southern, Greek, Soul Food, California-Fusion, Indian, Caribbean/Cuban, Italian, Chinese / Dim Sum, Japanese / Sushi, Thai, Deli, Korean, Vegetarian / Organic, Mediterranean, Fast Food / Pizza, Mexican, Vietnamese
Other, Alternative, Dance / Techno, Rap, Reggae, Rock
Other, Auto Racing, Boating / Sailing, BMX / Mountain Biking, Cycling, Extreme Sports, Gym / Weight Training, Hiking, Ice Skating / Ice Hockey, In-line Skating, Jogging / Running, Martial Arts, Skateboarding, Skiing / Snowboarding, Squash / Racquetball, Surfing, Swimming, Tennis / Badminton, Walking
I just recognize I hardly remember any titles seen a few month ago so it might be fair guessing that, due to this fact, the older ones stated as following simply have to be great pieces of art ;) : Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas, Sin City, Kill Bill 1+2, Pulp Fiction, Gran Torino, No Country For Old Men, Slumdog Millionaire, Million Dollar Baby, 7, Intouchables, Hangover, American Beauty.
As far as I'm concerned there are simply too many good books out there to break it down to only one favorable. The ones listed below are mentioned randomly, but have in common having me affected some way. Neruda - Love Poems (+anything else)/ Hawking - A Brief History Of Time/ Djian - Betty Blue/ Wilde - The Picture Of Dorian Gray/ Goethe - Faust/ Easton-Ellis - American Psycho/ Murakami - South Of The Border, West Of The Sun/ Hemingway - For Whom The Bell Tolls/ Kundera - The Unbearable Lightness of Being/ Böll - The Clown/ Heller - Catch 22/ McCarthy - The Road.
Oh, quite a lot - calling me a foodie might not miss truth by a mile. Hard choice here again, but if I had to do so, I probably would go for some absolutely fresh seafood, preferably cooked only in minimalistic style. Could be topped by certain sorts of fish being available in premium Japanese domestic-only grade quality – then I would be very happy opting for Sushi instead.
A lot of electronic stuff, if it comes to clubbing I prefer certain styles of techno.
I still like to go dancing for a few hours from time to time, as long as I'm in the right mood and/or find the running order of a certain event being absolutely irresistible itself. Serves me well as stress relief and helps to unblock my mind (not thinking of the day after certainly helps, different story).
As I like music a lot I enjoy listening to quite a few more categories but to cut it a bit short I avoid being more specific here.
As I like music a lot there are quite a few more categories I appreciate, to cut it short I avoid being more specific here.
Ranges from casual to elegant - by far more dependant upon my mood than what people would expect me to wear. But no need to be worried - under most circumstances I guess I know how to spell "style" correctly^^ At least, no complaints so far. :)
I appreciate if someone’s got a subtle sense for irony, besides that I think of handling humor in general illustrates a certain approach to life itself. I usually avoid thinking in categories like being too old (or maybe even too young) to laugh about something. Just depends upon situation It's absolutely not my kind of humour if its all about making fun at other peoples expenses. I must confess that my level of tolerance for dumb people is not that high.
Netherlands, Belgium, Denmark, Sweden, Czech Republic, Romania, Lithuania, England, France, Italy + several islands, Spain + islands, Portugal, Creta (+short-trip to mainland Greece), Turkey, Marocco, Tunesia, Domenican Republic, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, Malaysia, (both only short-trips, too short, by far). Hongkong.
Well, this definitely is a challenge, but one I would accept for myself lighthearted anytime. I've always been interested in foreign cultures and never stopped to be willing to learn something new.
But this has to happen on a give-and-take basis, absolutely open minded. This is of great importance to me because otherwise it will be impossible to achieve that level of deep, wholehearted understanding which, at least for me, is absolutely vital for that kind of partnership I would like to live and have faith in.