What I enjoy the most is making plans and then ditching them, making new ones and ditching them again. It makes me feel flexible, independent, makes me feel cool I never really liked the word “cool” though, and never really used it, because I hate it when people say they want to hang out with someone who’s cool. As there’s no such a definition of cool, I found that the only people who define themselves…"Cool"
“Argentinians are like Italians with an edge,” someone said that to me the other day, and I was like “oh, stop it, you!” I liked that comparison, for the same way that I like Italians, because people from Latin America when they are among each other, I can sense some kind of rivalry among them, like Peruvians with Ecuatorians, Argentinians with chilenians or brazilians, I dont know if it’s because of the football, the wars, the…"About argentinians and italians"
Girl: How many girlfriends have you had? Bruno: That’s a tough question, define girlfriend. Girl: Some girl you went out with. Bruno: That’s it? Girl: Yeah. Bruno: So if I went out with you on a date would that make you my ex-girlfriend now? Girl: No, it’s gotta be more than one date. Bruno: Alright 3 dates. Girl: At least 5. Bruno: Alright, so you and I went out on 5 dates, there was no…"Whatever 12"
Unless you belong to some crazy religion that forbids you to do so, you’ve probably had to go through many unsuccessful relationships, until you found the right one, that of course, just imagining you had found the right one. Most people either never find it or they just let it slip away. But what some of us did find instead, it’s a pattern, a pattern that prevents us from having successful relationships. I’m not just…"About relationships"
The other day, I was talking to a friend while we were waiting to shoot some scenes and the subject of western-Asian relationships popped up. She’s originally from north america, but has been living in Korea for a number of years now, and had the chance to date a bunch of korean guys, so we started talking about the differences between dating koreans vs dating western guys. For me as a guy, always find it…"Someone that I've never known"
The other day, I was talking to a friend while we were waiting to shoot some scenes and the subject of western-Asian relationships popped up. She’s originally from north america, but has been living in Korea for a number of years now, and had the chance to date a bunch of korean guys, so we started talking about the differences between dating koreans vs dating western guys. For me as a guy, always find it…"Someone that I’ve never known"
Girl: So.. what’s your favorite food? Bruno: I like cheap food. Girl: Haha, why is that? Bruno: Because it tastes like freedom. Girl: What do you mean? Bruno: It tastes good, it tastes like freedom. Girl: And how does freedom tastes like? Bruno: I’ll explain, if food is cheap that means I can buy or get more of it, we transform the food into energy, so cheap…"About food"
This is from Jurgen’s CS profile: “At every moment, at every fork of the road there’s always something you should do, and something you want to do….. …go for the second option! Always go for the second option!” I met Jurgen back in 2007, and it inspired me a little bit. Of course, I’d met many people saying the same things before him, but he was the only one who lived like he wanted…"About Jurgen"
NOOOOOOOOO!!! That’s what I always hear in my mind when someone asks me “are you traveling?” or they say “oh, you don’t work, so you are traveling here”. I started disliking the word traveling because I feel that if I travel I can’t live. Don’t want to be a traveler, I want to live here… So I spend too much time trying not to look like this: And avoiding words like…"Make Love to the Backpacker"
Girl: I don’t know what to do with my life. Bruno: Me neither. Girl: What can we do? Bruno: Nothing. Girl: We have to do something. Bruno: No, we don’t. Girl: I feel like we have to do something. Bruno: How about no? Girl: Yes, let’s do something Bruno: Nah. Girl: We should do something. Bruno: How about we don’t? Girl: Oh, you are such a boring person. Bruno: That’s relative. Girl: Everything’s relative. Bruno:…"Whatever 9"