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19 F Singapore
speaks English and Chinese, Cantonese and Chinese, Hakka
Last login: 1 February 2011
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Member since: 25 November 2010
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Salu, reader! I'm going straight into introducing myself with boring facts immediately. Thank you for stumbling unluckily onto this profile page, but you can waste a few minutes of your unproductive time to read it. On an optimistic note, it'd be lovely to introduce yourself as well. I'm a very dedicated introvert, and a complete hermit crab when I'm with strangers. But I do have a sense of humour and since I'm Singaporean I'm not an English-ignorant twit. I don't have vigorous hobbies like rock-climbing or cool ones like archery, in fact, I'd much rather spend the day anchored to the sofa while watching TV, snacking and playing my DS simaltaneously. But I'm not always in paradise, and I do, sometimes reluctantly, socialise with friends and family. I live in a HDB (google it, I'm lazy) flat with my parents, older sister and the family pooch, Max. Of course, hobby-wise I prefer more than wasting time and brain cells, enjoyable as it is. I like reading, sadly, and typical computer/games with fighting plots as well. I've spent (wasted?) quite a bit of my life on swimming, and even if it does keep me from being categorized as "fat-ass! Haha!" it hasn't helped much in the feminity department. I can be really annoying and nerdy in company, and I don't like talking to people who find themselves more interesting than anything else. I am also a manga-geek (yes, groan) and no, I don't do flowery romance comedies, I do the more entertaining Bleach, Naruto, One Piece, Beelzebub, Full Metal Alchemist, D. Gray Man, Claymore and Angel Densetsu. Religiously my parents insist on raising me as an atheist, but I am Buddhist, basically. I don't tell people what to believe in, and I'm not terribly enthusiastic about rituals like burning things in temples and setting out joss-sticks everywhere for people to trip on. I do believe, however, in karma, or at least the concept that whatever you do goes in a circle back to you. In other words, do good or face your own shit. I also believe in spirits, since they make themselves rather obvious sometimes, and maybe reincarnation. I think going to religious places does soothe, and giving up intense swearing or violent intentions (err, at least in temples) is worth it. I have a stubborn temper; tolerance has built up over the years of babysitting my neighbour's kids and dealing with my mom's and sister's Krakatoa-scale tantrums, but I hold grudges with vigor, and I have problems interacting with grudgees without violence involved. I'm not nice as much as too easily guilty, but it does feel good to help people. I don't talk much (yes, typically Asian) and I have a bad habit of not looking at someone who's talking to me. It's not deliberately, and I don't necessarily find the floor more good-looking than him/her, but it's a bit uncomfortable staring at someone for a long time, even if they look Greek-god standard. Appearance-wise I'm not very easy on the eyes. I have thick straight black hair that doesn't look as luscious as it may sound, and I've never kept it long before. My skin is in the indecisive shade between toast and cream, and my face is a strange mix. I have normal-enough eyebrows, thankfully, and black eyes about the proportion of a goldfish's. They don't pop, at least. I don't have sexy forest-like eyelashes, and my nose is apologetically more on the round-side. I have two ping-pong cheek-bones that stick out whenever my face has the urge to change, and lips that yell, "DIE!" in cantonese to insects better than seducing. As you can see, I'm also very long-winded, and I've probably bored you enough. But if you do find me interesting to study, feel free to greet.


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