Do you feel that a great personal appearance (style) and a huge personal interest
in heavy-duty motors (engines) seem like a contradiction?
Well, good news! It isn't!
Welcome to the only site in the cyberworld that proves exactly that,
and also inspires you to do the most with your contradictory personality and lifestyle!!!
I am Curry. A slim and handsome race car driver. Here are some FAST and BASIC facts about me!!!
Occupation: Race car driver.
Hair: Terracotta blonde.
Height: 6' 1"
I live my life as I want to live it, 100%!!! Here are five (5) things that I think contribute to my happiness at the moment:
1) I do what I want.
2) I've got an attractive body and haircut.
3) I understand psychology on different levels.
4) I am tender.
5) I am only emotionally attached to myself.
If you look confident, you also look like a winner.
Bold, handsome, confident, and good-looking are the words that immediately come to my mind when I try to describe my personality. On second thought, other words that come up are gorgeous, sexy, and brave. You might think I am being unrealistic, but there are no real negatives that occur in my mind immediately. If you want me to say something negative about my personality, I'll have to think very, very much (which is positive).
HOW ABOUT YOURS?
Words or facts like above can only tell so much. My experience is that you have to sit down and have a cup of coffee with a person to really get to know him/her. Most people who sit down for a coffee with me almost always like me in one way or another. Anyway, to find out your personality, make a cup of coffee and write words that come to your mind. If you happen to write words like "car," "hose," and "loser," you probably should NOT be a professional race car driver, but maybe consider working in the pit crew. OK?
THE IMPORTANCE OF AN IMPECCABLE APPEARANCE
You might think "appearance" is all about showing up on time and stuff. Let me tell you how wrong you are. Showing up is the easy part, but you have to show up with style. It's the right combination that makes you a winner in any situation. If you don't believe me, let me prove it (once and for all).
THIS IS HOW I'll PROVE IT
Imagine that you are going to a party that starts at eight o'clock. You show up on time, but your pants have dirt all over them, your T-shirt has old tomato sauce stains on it (perhaps also an old dried up piece of spaghetti), your hair is oily and full of dandruff, and you haven't brushed your teeth for
days. See? Get it?!?!?! EVEN THOUGH you are being "good" by showing up on time, no one is going to want to talk to you! And not only that, you will also generate a long-lasting negative impression on people, which is really bad.
WHAT TO DO WHEN YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT TO DO
If you somehow are forced into a situation as described above, I would suggest to not go to the party at all. Stay home. It might even be better than coming late all dressed up! Of course, the host will be terribly disappointed when you don't show up, but it is probably in your own interest to stay home and watch a video and eat potato chips or something. Remember, every situation is unique, so play it by ear!
WHY AM I DOING THIS?
Well, like I wrote in the beginning of this site, I am interested in defying perceptional contradictions. Yes, I am a race car driver, but I am also a clean, sexy, and stylish guy. Most people think "car guys" always have dirt underneath their nails (and some do), but even nail dirt could look appropriate with a tuxedo, if you wear it the RIGHT way! It's doing it the WRONG way that upsets me, like going to an Italian Beach/Pasta party with a so-called British "Blur" haircut and tight jeans. Duh! If I have time in the future, I am planning to write a dictionary on this subject. Thanks!
DO YOU AGREE, OR AM I OUT "BICYCLING"?
|I think it is spelled Budo-Kan. Anyway, it's where all these "Live in Japan" albums have been recorded.||If someone is taking a picture of you, always look right into the lens. Don't blink!||Being silly in front of the Olympic Stadium in Munich, Southern Germany.||Snapshot while waiting for a train in Osaka Magakanaki, Japan.|
YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE A FREAK BECAUSE YOU
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Thanks to Petra (Photos) and Sara (design).