That I had this conversation should also tell you something about me.
In the august, I went to Bloodstock festival, and popped to the zoo on the way home. I'm scared of heights but have just started climbing. I enjoy mud runs with groups of wonderful, idiotic, beautiful people. I get passionate about the importance of teachers for the future of society. I lean politically left. I once spent a week working with badgers, and taught scientists to juggle. I work with technology, but love buying books and actual CDs. I abhor arrogance, but I have absolutely brilliant, kind and intelligent friends, so I reckon that I must be quite good too.
I'm not looking for an activity partner, but I am looking for someone awesome to do stuff with. It doesn't have to be everything, but if you like travelling, snowboarding, festivals, gigs, cycling, walking, theatre, comedy, board games, climbing, surfing, watching Netflix whilst eating a take away curry, cross country skiing, running, going to the pub or having a bit of a dance (provided that you aren't hoping to look cool); then chances are, we'll get along fine. If you have an easy smile, an open mind and a positive outlook, and you haven't quoted Marilyn Monroe, then we could start as friends and see where it goes.