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28 M Norwich, United Kingdom

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Last Online
Aug 19, 2005
6′ 0″ (1.83m)
Body Type
When drinking
Agnosticism, but not too serious about it
Leo, but it doesn’t matter
Working on university
Rather not say
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Relationship Type
English (Fluently), Spanish (Okay)

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My self-summary
Oh how I wish I was good at these things. I don't really know what to say, so I'll just follow the majority and hope they stay on dry land. Or else I'll drown. And that wouldn't be very pleasant. I'm just about too young to die. Well, I'm a student at the University Of East Anglia in humble old Norwich, but my home is in the Ashford / Folkestone area of Kent. How lucky I am... I read and write alot. Too much, probably. It stunts my social growth. I also listen to loads of music, and my taste is a little eclectic. This is the point where I feel I should put a list, so here it goes...

Some of the music I listen too: Refused The Bronx Coheed & Cambria Soulwax The (International) Noise Conspiracy Pretty Girls Make Graves Every Time I Die Converge Dillinger Escape Plan Brendan Benson Thursday Radiohead Martin Grech Jack Johnson Atreyu Antony And The Johnsons Air Josh Rouse Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds .hopesfall. The Eels The Doors Jamie Cullum Talking Heads Cursive The Gloria Record Lyndsay Diaries Johnny Marr & The Healers The Cure Joy Division New Order Interpol Ben Folds Five Martha Wainwright Coldplay Echo & The Bunnymen Athlete The Smiths Morrissey Hot Hot Heat Yeah Yeah Yeahs The Killers Kaiser Cheifs, Futureheads etc... Early November Yann Tiersen Thrice Elliott Smith Ben Christophers Taking Back Sunday Jeff Buckley Nick Drake Tom McRae Ed Harcourt John Mayer Stephen Malkmus David Mead Leonard Cohen and all the rest on my iTunes thingy. It's nearly ten days long. I'm so proud...if you're still here, well done. I'd be bored of listening to me by now. Does anyone else agree that singer/songwriters make the best music? I listen to as much stuff as I can, but I have to be heavily impressed for something to register, and singer/songwriters are the only musicians who seem to. I've tried emo, emocore or whatever poeople want to call it this season (I have issues with that, as you can see, as I was one of those people who was there back in the days when I rushed to get Thursday's Full Collapse when it first came out - you can see the kinda time scale I'm working theres so many people just jumping on the bandwagon and jumping off when the phase is over, and it's ruining a great scene); some of it is awesome, but it does get awfully repetitive these days. Unless your one of the more inventive emo bands (like The Gloria Record or OneLineDrawing etc.), there's only so much that can be done, and it already has. I did the straight edge metalcore thing: again, it's running out of steam. They get alot of stick for it, but Poison The Well had the right idea with You Come Before You, trying to do something a bit different. Can't stand dance music; listening to the same noise repeated ad infinitum for five solid minutes just seems to erode braincells. Maybe it's why pikeys are generally so thick.... I could ramble on for years, bit I can't be bothered. I like to think I prefer better crafted, better written music, but it's just my opinion. At least I've taken the time to make it an informed one. I'm one of those people who likes to be truly moved by the music I listen too. Or at least think, 'wow, they('ve) put a lot of themselves into that'. It's hard to explain. If I like it, I listen to it. If I don't, I'll for something else.

I love drawing as well, and hopefully one day I will able to accomplish my mission and write a book with illustrations all by me I love the work of guys like Roman Dirge and Jhonen Vasquez (hands up who loves Squee...I want one of my own!) I also love Tim Burton's work, but that's because I came to University to specialise in the Gothics, and Tim Burton is the perfect example of how it has developed into the modern setting...but I'm boring people now... I do like other films too, like Amelie, The Virgin Suicides, American History X...but my favourite films are the ones adapted from books - like Fight Club and American Psycho - because I'm really interested in the transition from page to screen, and how some can be so shockingly bad when the book is there to follow... Again, I'm being boring... And now verging on sad...

Currently, I am hovering aimlessly between my first and second year of my English Literature degree...the boredom is immense...but for the first time in 10 months I have a choice in what I read...for a bit anyway...until I have to do the prepearation reading for next year...but, thankfully, at least next year I have much more freedom I can finally explore the nether-regions of literature as an art form, and all the other stuff I've wanted to study that GCSE and A-Level was too cack and route one to think about. I also get to look at literature and film, at last! My odd fascination about the link between literature and art and photography and cinema and so on can finally be unleashed without the funny looks being aimed at me afterwards... *does monkey dance* *falls* *cries* *wonders what happened to the monkey that taught him to dance*

I am me, very, and unoriginal
What I’m doing with my life
I'm studying at the University Of East Anglia for a Degree (and eventual Masters) in English Literature, with bits and pieces of Art History and Sociology/Anthropology thrown into the mix. After university, I have no idea what I will do. I know it sounds like a 'lack of direction', but I'm one of those people who likes to see where time will take me. I'll end up doing what I end up doing...
I’m really good at
Hmm, I'm retty good at reading (hence why I'm at University doing it). I can play the guitar O.K.-ish. I'm pretty musical. I can draw too. But only cartoons. I'm severely out of practice at all the others. I havn't done anything alse properly for years.
The first things people usually notice about me
I honestly don't know. You'd have to ask them.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
A) Being a literature student, there are so many. 'The Name Of The Rose', 'The Magus', 'One Hundred Years Of Solitude'...I can't be expected to make this choice at such short notice *sits back and breathes deeply*... B) I don't really do movies. I like them quite arty, and they have to make me think. Or be quite original. 'Irreversible' is genius but violently crosses the line. But that's why I love it I guess... C) See the list above. But my preference is singer/songwriters, although the list doesn't really reflect that. D) Hmm, I'll eat pretty much anything. I do like Italian and Mexican. But only in moderation. I hate eatng the same things day in and day out.
The six things I could never do without
1) Oxygen. Because I'd die. 2) Booke. Because I'd be bored. 3) Friends. Because 'd be bored *and* lonely. 4) TBC 5) TBC 6) Surprisingly...*drum roll*...TBC.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Myself. Not in a 'oh, aren't I marvellous' way, as I despise arrogance, especially if it isn't in any way deserved. I think about many things about life at the moment, and they aren't all as good as I'd like them to be. *Cracks out violins*.
On a typical Friday night I am
Either sitting in or doing something. Depends if my friends can be bothered to do something.
I’m looking for
  • Girls who like guys
  • Ages 21–42
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  • Who are single
  • For new friends, short-term dating