SebastianL

SebastianL, Germany
  • Country Germany
  • Member since Joined 8th Apr., 2009
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  • icon Not interested in direct swaps
  • icon English, German
  • icon Male

About Sebastian...

I'm just your average guy.

I was born in 1981, I have a younger sister and my parents are still married. I live with my flatmate and his cat.

I like different styles of music, from Trance & Techno over Rock & Metal to J-Rock & J-Pop. I like movies, some US TV-series and Anime, and I often watch with friends. I own a PS3, but don't get to play much. Please don't ask about my work.

I'm interested in technology and hacking, sensors and data. Tell me about your home automation system or how you plot the time of sunrise at your house ;)

I usually care more about what you write than the front of the card, although I appreciate nice cards. However, you might also just send a blank card (and maybe draw a doodle on the front or something) and focus on what you write. Please note that I will never scan and upload anything relating to your person, so you may choose to write a poem or something and have it uploaded.
Please send me a message through postcrossing if you want the scan of your card removed!

I enjoy taking part in the lives of totally unknown people. If you don't know what to write on your card, feel free to write about:
- the last thing you laughed/cried about
- your most anticipated/dreaded event in the coming weeks
- people you talk to/meet/hate/love/...
- ...
Really, anything you think about is fine.

If you send a card with words in a language I don't know, it would be nice if you included a translation.

I'm currently learning Japanese (again), so feel free to send me cards with basic sentences/greetings in Katakana or Hiragana (no Kanji yet).

I'll try to always upload a scan of the cards I send. If postcrossing.com allows it, and if you are able to upload a better picture of those cards, please do. It adds certain flair if the card got scratched or edges got wrinkled. Some cards also employ anti-scanning distortion, so a picture made by a digital camera might yield better image quality.

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