Hi there, I'm pretty laid back and easy going. I enjoy my work, the city lifestyle and consider myself moderately ambitious. I'm looking for someone who is non-confrontational and laughs easily. I believe in continuous learning and that it is necessary to develop one's self (personally or professionally). I'm presently pursuing an MBA.
I like to unwind by going for a run, a game of squash or watching TV/movies (mindless violence or CGI will do. A good plot is a bonus). Like any normal guy I need my Sunday sports scores updates and will sing along to a poppy one hit wonder within the sound-proof walls of my home (last time I checked it was normal). I get the giggles from unintentional comedy and Toronto has tons of it. Moving on, my favorite reads are P. G. Woodehouse and Scott Adam's blog.
Dad did his engineering at IIT Madras and chooses to work for companies with large ecological footprints. We talk about sports, history, what we can expect Jack Bauer to do next, and the latest developments in aluminum technology. I'm looking for the right time to tell him that I'm in the banking industry. Mom is an English teacher, currently working part time, provides gratuitous reality TV updates and is solely responsible for the fact that I make the world's 4th best sambar. I lived in Dubai till I was 17. I moved on to do my engineering at REC Trichy and my Masters at Virginia Tech, USA. I worked in the US for a couple of years before moving to Toronto.
My marriage was extremely short-lived and I have no issues talking about it.
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