54, male, Widowed
Fairfield, United States
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30, male, Single
i dont know what to write here, but since it just formality i just write anything in my head at the momenti love playing games, especially zombie-thing games and dota is the bestfor exercise i prefer swimming, good for your healthfood? errr.... japanese food and balinese food is the best but chinese food wont be forgottenand in top of that, i love to enjoy my life
35, female, Single
Bay Village, United States
hmmmm... ... i love meeting new friends and i love bar hopping... im a ramp and commercial model... i used to spend my time with my friends, watching movies, shopping, uhmmm, boy hunting? joke... hehehe... wat else? uhm... read books... watch dvd all day and all night... hahahaha... movie addict me eh... hahahaha... wat else? hmmmmmmm... spend my time with my special someone.... wel, til here... if u want to know me more just send me a message... okie? well, see yah guys... *im 5'5 1/2 *half filipina/ half japanese *loves music (esp r&B and acoustic) *im a b!@tch with a heart *im a hard headed girl *im very loving person *i hate being judge or being doubted *i have two step brothers *im a lover not a fighter *i hate posers, pretenders and liars *im suplada and snob (joke) *im a sleep addict *i love being taken care of * i love guys!!! lots of guys!!! *i cant live a day without my fone and my credit cards *i love shooping!!! *i love cars
31, female, Single
Konnichiwa minasan, Yuu desu.. I can't speak japanese fluently, I learned mostly by watching animes.. but I hope to meet someone who can teach me. I love to draw especially anime type of illustrations. I'm quite an awkward and shy person but I like making friends.
41, male, Single
Seven Mile Ford, United States
First off, let's get the red-flags & knucklehead stuff out of the way: I am not married, I do not have any kids, I have my own apartment (no roommate), my own car, and I never ask anyone to pay my bills for me.I like Coffee, reading, walking the neighborhood, and I work out at the gym 3-4 times per week.And my keyboard sucks.The last few books I've read have been novelized history which fall somewhere between fiction and non-fiction, e.g., "Musashi" which is about Japan's most famous historical samurai (and at 980 pages, is the longest book I've ever read) and "Console Wars" which is about the battle for the American living room between Nintendo and Sega in the early 1990s.I'm not much of a movie/TV watcher unless I'm doing something else at the same time (like cleaning, coding, etc.). I prefer video games because they keep my mind active. If, however, I'm staying in on a Friday or Saturday night, I might grab some whiskey and turn on Bob's Burgers on Netflix.I got into Anime (fansubs, not the crappy dubs on Cartoon Network) in the 1990s, but I've fallen away from it recently because I really don't like some of the trends in modern Japanese pop-culture; I have a special fondness for Japan, but I think that the societal attitude towards women and girls has been incredibly regressive over the past decade or so (I need more female badasses in my life; that's where you come in, hopefully ;-p ).