member offline boywillie
24, Boston

member offline boywillie: Here for a good time, not a long time hmu

24 year old Man, 6'2"(188 cm)
Woman, for Casual Dating / No Commitment
Body Type:
Student/part-time intern
Bachelors Degree
Christian: Catholic
Non-smoker, Drinks Sometimes, No Drugs
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Longest Relationship:
Less Than a year
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My Exercise Habits:
3-4 Times Per Week
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No Pets
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Postal Zip Code Area:
02467, MA

About Me:

wow i cant believe they require a 200-word requirement so here is part of my school essay lol:

Yes, if you were able to tell from my accent, I am from the United States. More specifically, I was born in Seoul, South and moved to Southern California when I was 9 years old. After high school, my parents moved out of California and up to Seattle and me, I moved into Boston College, which is on the opposite side of the country.

So…that would be my REAL answer to your question, “Where are you from?” Unlike many people, I cannot pick and say one place from which I am from…one place that I consider home. And I think a very interconnected question is “Who are you?” And to be completely honest, I really cannot answer neither of the questions with much clarity. Am I Korean? Am I American? Am I from California? Or am I from Boston?

Just because I lived in the US does not mean I had it easy growing up. Having to study, being involved in clubs, playing sports, and arguing with my parents about college applications—I would say I worked as hard as anybody to get to where I stand now. But why? For what reason?

When I finished my first year of university, the experiences I had there made think of my identity. Am I a good friend? Good son? What am I? I think the difficulty of answering these two questions “Where am I from?” and “Who am I?”—for me—is the fact that my life is constantly changing. 3 years ago I was in California. After that I moved to Boston. Then this past January, I went to a service trip in Jamaica.