Jello, amazing PUAs!
It would be great if you could help me with my profile. See, I'm a pretty emotional, sensitive guy; whatever you want to call it, who tends to do a lot of deep thinking. I see a lot of cocky, machu-pichu profiles that most people tend to lean towards. I know they work, but I want to use something that reflects my personality, no point in pretending to be someone else and attracting the wrong kind of people.
My concern is though that I might get too far off the wagon sometimes. You know, the point where "this is too much for a profile" and it just scares people off instead. Please, have a look, tell me if something sounds creepy (I know there will be something at least) and explain how I could say it in a different way. Any other general tips of how I could cram in a few more jokes, spice it up etc would be great as well. I want to sound playful, but still keep that tone of seriousness.
Hopefully I've made myself clear, English isn't my mother tongue after all. Hopefully you'll find a lot of crap I can make better, I'm a noob at this, I'm under no circumstances good at writing dating profiles.
"Well, let's get this started, shall we? Born in the cold reaches of the land of the vikings - whete the sun goes EMO and hides for 6 months a year - Sweden. Although, I've never had the opportunity to eat death cap or pillage innocent villages.
At the moment I'm a - very good might I add - procrastinating student studying naturvetenskap - or as you might know it; science. I am fascinated by the English language - everythig simply sounds better in English. All the American flicks you saw as a kid with friends and family have left their permanent imprint on my childhood, resting in whatever corner the brain's reserved for nostalgia. Indiana Jones, The Mummy, Star Wars, Home Alone and Jurassic Park... oh my god, such amazing films. Feel a strong cultural connection with the US, something that's always just been there, the dream would be to settle down there!
One of the most cosy things that I know, is to get up early in the morning (5:00 A.M) and have my breakfast in peace and quiet and then head off to the gym. No one in the house is awake yet, it's only me and a hungry cat saying goodbye as I jump up on my bike. The rest of little Norrk÷ping is sleeping as well, even the sun is, in the peaceful darkness and loneliness my face is only pervaded by the streetlights' cold light along the road. It's something special, so quiet and peaceful without a soul to be seen.
Speaking of cosy things, there's nothing better than Friday nights. School's over for the week with two days of relaxing and recharging ahead. On the living room table is the mandatory bag of candy goodies and a glass of Coca-Cola's latest poison. Yes, I confess, I do indulge myself on Fridays. The sweetest piece of candy though, is the one you're embracing while lying on the couch. Unlike the bag of sweets, that's something you unfortunately cannot pick up at the grocery store."