Irish traveller (not of the gypsy kind so our wedding won't be shown on TV and involve rings flown in by helicopter and kids dressed like hookers). I make a habit of being everywhere I shouldn't be and not being where I should be.
Moving to London in September so looking for new friends, dates, whatever comes along. Oh and a room. Gimme a room somewhere!
About me professionally.....For ten years I have dedicated a lot of my life to caring for people with severe autism and intellectual difficulties. It can be challenging but I love it. I have an addiction to academia it seems so will be starting in Kings in September on a masters. My mother says that if i consider college again she is planning an intervention and I should have taken up crack as it's a cheaper addiction. If you've been to Kings, I would love to hear from you too!
About me personally.....Oh just your average Irishman, from Dublin but lacking the strong accent. Americans seem to be saddened that I don't have a strong accent but relieved to be able to understand me at the same time. Interests include the usual such as traveling and music ( www.lastfm.com/user/conorworld to see what I am generally listening to ) and then others like history, politics (I'm a bit of a nerd) and spending way too much time reading. Oh yeah, and going out, I quite like that. I want new friends to explore London and possibly a sugar daddy as I will be a poor student for a year at least :)
I have a phobia of ketchup. Many people find this weird but I can assure you there are many of us out there. I am also learning Danish. Even I don't know why I am doing that but needless to say I am a bit quirky. I currently only have a few sentences
I quite like architecture too. I like to get my hands on architecture magzines, even just for the pictures. Buildings can be purty.
"try it out, take a chance, you can do it, try it out"