Homo sum humani a me nihil alienum puto
  • 23 yr-old woman seeking man, 24-35
  • Ab urbe condita, Davao City, Philippines, SouthEast Asia
  • Jan 18
  • 5' 3"  (160 cm)
  • Average
  • Black
  • Brown
  • Mixed Race
  • Bachelors Degree
  • Spiritual but not religious
  • Science / Research
  • ---
  • Never
  • Never
  • Never Married
  • No
  • Someday
  • Cancer Cancer

Match Details

  • Man | 24-35 yrs
  • Anywhere
  • Talk/Email/Pen Pal

More About Me

I'm an amiable person really though some would not believe otherwise because i'm always have been a loner but definitely not sad (until i met these three terrific but equally wonderful women who opened my eyes about friendship and companionship). I'm not really the most communicative person you will ever encounter nor the most fun to be with but i do believe that i can also be an interesting person if you have captured my interest or when you have know me enough and see the different facet of my personalities or my bad and good humors.

Some friends said that I am an introvert person which maybe true though I personally think that I'm an ambivert one-like if i really wanted too, I can go with the flow and ride the tide of what the society demands us to do, however, I would rather prefer to be alone with magnifying glass or paint brush in my hands than to be stuck in a nonsensical chitchat or wild parties next-door. I easily get tired of social mingling and being alone is my way of recuperating my energy.
I play chess, music lover(though it is basically unrequited love), a painting and flower enthusiast and definitely have the constant wanderlust for nature explorations(nature played a big and great role while growing up and will always be a part of my life). I love animals in general but for me, dogs are the ultimate pets:). I definitely love to have a horse though!

That says it, so if you have another question just drop a message in the chatbox.

Thank you!

More about my Match

Setting idealism to someone is like setting an expectations from them. However, there are two sides of expectations — what we expect from others and what we expect from ourselves. The downside is that when our expectations are not met — let’s say he doesn't like chocolate but i do— our negative feelings are much stronger than the good feelings we get when expectations are exceeds. Heck, you cannot force someone to like something just because you like them or let somebody be the person they are not. I believe one of the keys to happiness lies within the management of your expectations of people and circumstances. If you do not have that much expectations, you can never be disappointed. So therefore, just be who you are because I'm the least person to judge.


Taking a course in Chemistry.



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