Who do you look up to in terms of behavior and your movement etc...
-Asap rocky: i like his style, what he says and confidence.. Im nearly mirroring this dude lol
-Chris Brown: same as above only a bit less, i like his hair choices more tho
-Kanye West: i mean man, who doesn't want that confidence, I've been called cocky: but idgaf... means im intimidatng you with my powerful wisdom and wordchoice
-Drake: i take most of his love shit combined with rocky when it comes to approaches...
I used to blend some Brad Pitt/Leonarde DC in me aswel, but I've gone full ^
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I would say both my parents are big role models for me. They have a very different character and mentality and so they make for a good combination. My dad is Greek and he is what I'd call a bon vivant. Because of him I got into cooking challenging dishes and enjoying fine food. He also likes to party (he's a very good dancer) and he has excellent people skills. I think my people skills are decent but I always try to look at him for some improvement. He's also very easy going with a lot of things, which can be very nice. My mom on the other hand was born in Switzerland but she has a lot of German blood in her (parents from both sides etc.). Her personality is actually more German than Swiss. She's got a self-discipline like nobody else I've ever met in my life. It's really crazy. She's been smoking since she's a teenager but only 3 cigarettes every day. There was no single day I could remember when she ever had four (or two). When has to work a lot (she's self employed and often has to work at home too), she just sits down and does it. My dad needs a lot of time to motivate himself but she does it right away. She's also got many of the other typical German (and sometimes Swiss) stereotypes in her personality. She's extremely punctual (when she says she comes at 5 p. m. that means she will be there between 4.59 and 5.01, it's really crazy), she's very exact about her work and she likes everything clean (which can be nice sometimes). However, the most typical German thing about her is that she is incredibly direct. I mean, Swiss people are already more direct than Brits or Americans, but Germans are like a whole different level. When she feels like she was treated wrongly, she will say it straight away, even if that person has a lot of authority or if he looks like somebody you'd better leave alone. Because of her directness, she's also painfully honest. While this can be embarrassing sometimes when I'm out in the city with her, it can also be very inspiring. There have been many moments in my life where I was treated unfairly and I acted like my dad (Greek), so I was just smiling and apologizing and thinking something nasty inside, when really, I should have stood up for myself like my mom does. And what I particularly like about her directness is that she's so direct that only very few non-Germans can handle it. She doesn't insult people, she just says something in a way that leaves most people speechless (if necessary), which can be a pretty cool skill.0