This is a character description of an acquaintance of mine whom I have chosen for this role because of certain peculiarities that may look interesting on paper.
The man in person is an Economics student right now; he has been one for an unusually long period of time, because he failed to pass his exams not less than twice and, however unlikely it may seem, even taking this fact into account, he is not a bad student and not a stupid person in the least. It is a highly intelligent, although sometimes rather weird, person, who is excellent at his subject and, in fact, knows much more about it than any average student of his year and faculty. The reasons for staying down both times were considered by the dean’s office to be legitimate, but from his vague explanations I never managed to get anything at all.
The most interesting thing about him is the manner in which he communicates, for there is a peculiar set of themes he does not ever speak about (all the topics he considers to be inappropriate which, for some inexplicable reason include such thing as cooking) and others he replaces with odd euphemisms always just hinting at things and not mentioning them directly.
He has a sense of humor, albeit rather strange and somewhat twisted one – it is quite usual for him to confuse someone and lead to a false assumption and then look for some time in amusement at what it may lead to.
Generally speaking, it is…