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- Member since: 12/07/09
- Last active: More than a week ago
- Age: 38
- First location: Hammersmith And Fulham, London, United Kingdom
- Second location: Bari, Puglia, Italy
- Relationship Status: Single
- Looking for: Friends, Dating or Relationship, Hookup, Training Buddies
My Stats and Info
- Build: Average
- Height: 6' 0''
- Hair color:
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- My gym: virgin active
- Weight training: 3 times per week
60 minutes per session
- Cardio training: 3 times per week
40 minutes per session
- Sports I like: Bodybuilding, Boxing, Martial arts
- Other sports I like: yoga
- HIV status: HIV -
- Safer sex?: Always
Italian guy moved to London in the UK almost five years ago.
Coming from a very weird family (When I came out, my parents asked me whether I was a top or a bottom...some people have no manners) I am a huge fan of the 'unconventional'.
I like to think of myself as a friendly guy with old fashioned values.
Things like: walking, travelling, yoga, movies, GBK
Things I like a lot less: huge egos.
On here mainly to read the forum and participate in the discussions.
When you start on your journey to Ithaca,
then pray that the road is long,
full of adventure, full of knowledge.
Do not fear the Lestrygonians
and the Cyclopes and the angry Poseidon.
You will never meet such as these on your path,
if your thoughts remain lofty, if a fine
emotion touches your body and your spirit.
You will never meet the Lestrygonians,
the Cyclopes and the fierce Poseidon,
if you do not carry them within your soul,
if your soul does not raise them up before you.
Then pray that the road is long.
That the summer mornings are many,
that you will enter ports seen for the first time
with such pleasure, with such joy!
Stop at Phoenician markets,
and purchase fine merchandise,
mother-of-pearl and corals, amber and ebony,
and pleasurable perfumes of all kinds,
buy as many pleasurable perfumes as you can;
visit hosts of Egyptian cities,
to learn and learn from those who have knowledge.
Always keep Ithaca fixed in your mind.
To arrive there is your ultimate goal.
But do not hurry the voyage at all.
It is better to let it last for long years;
and even to anchor at the isle when you are old,
rich with all that you have gained on the way,
not expecting that Ithaca will offer you riches.
Ithaca has given you the beautiful voyage.
Without her you would never have taken the road.
But she has nothing more to give you.
And if you find her poor, Ithaca has not defrauded you.
With the great wisdom you have gained, with so much experience,
you must surely have understood by then what Ithacas mean.
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