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28 M Maida Vale, United Kingdom

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5′ 9″ (1.74m)
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Atheism, but not too serious about it
Masters program
Rather not say
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Relationship Type
Doesn’t have kids
Likes cats

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My self-summary
Quite interested in the world around me, apparently "serious-looking". Easygoing and well-meaning but a bit bumbling when distracted. Fond of tea, conversation, jogging and a hint of geeky things from all over. Generally pleased with the unexpected.

Self-concious about having cut the full-sentences summary down to squidgy information chunks.
What I’m doing with my life
Updated on a weekly/occasional basis!
I find my evenings and weekends occupied pottering along to pubs, talks, shows, films and galleries on my own or with friends.

I went along to the Tate Britain's exhibition of British Folk Art this Saturday. It was great, feeling more like a museum space than an art gallery, but still allowing for an appreciation of the artistic merit of the items outside of their specific context. I’m looking forward to going to the national Portrait Gallery’s annual show sometime soon.

Although I’ve not recently been in the habit of attending the theatre much, this week I attended two productions with friends; a Midsummer Nights Dream in some arches beneath Waterloo East, and a friend-of-a-friend’s am-dram production of The Cripple of Inishmore, a thoroughly bleak and miserable play set on a desolate Irish island. Neither were stupendous, but I do feel a little more cultured.
I’m really good at
Good at falling asleep on public transport and waking up just in time.

I am terrible at keeping a straight face. Advice welcomed.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
All of the below is an attempt at a representative sample.
Music that could crudely be called indie/alternative/folk & minimalist. So that's Aphex Twin, Alt-J, Bob Dylan, Metronomy, British Sea Power and Sufjan Stevens. I recently signed up to Spotify and have been obsessively hopping between artists. I've found myself listening to Led Zeppelin, Leonard Cohen and LCD Soundsystem the past couple of days, so am obviously on an 'L' theme.

TV like Game of Thrones, Sherlock, True Detective, Have I Got News For You, Snuff Box, Archer & Arrested Development.

I have a shitty memory for books I have read and usually flit between a few fiction and non-fiction at a time. So off the top of my head; Iain (M) Banks, Gaiman, Kazuo Ishiguro, D.Adams, Pratchett, Philip K Dick, Margaret Atwood. I tend to like Dystopias and 1960's counter-culture work, and haven't found a great way to enjoy magical realism. I've also got a fondness for poetry, mainly late-20th century British like Philip Larkin and T.S. Eliot. My most recent fiction completion was 'Flowers for Algernon' (Excellent), and I'm failing to read Ulysses and some academic library books.

I also like playing games with friends, be they board, card, storytelling or computer ones. I don't like painting little men, but do like improvising stories at the pub with friends. I don't like sitting in front of an X Box every evening, but I do like getting involved in a well-plotted game occasionally .

Films: I saw The Grand Budapest Hotel, and it was immediately one of my favourite ever films. Other than that, I've got a thing for Coen brothers farces and just generally lots of the other good stuff that's about. Everyone says Amélie, right?
The six things I could never do without
Dressing gown
To-do list
The internet
The Economist
I spend a lot of time thinking about
"If I became a time traveller, how would I explain this aspect of modern life to someone from two hundred years ago?"
and other social-sciencey type questions.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I have a tendency to forget the word for something and improvise instead. A moment ago I distractedly told myself that I had to "take the whites out of the clothes-hole-thing". By which I meant shirts from the washing machine.

My jogging playlist includes 'Wanted Dead or Alive', 'Gangnam Style' and 'Bad Moon Rising'. I in no way endorse these songs outside of this context.
I’m looking for
  • Girls who like guys
  • Ages 23–30
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For long-term dating, short-term dating
You should message me if
You have a playful sense of humour and think it might be fun to meet up for a coffee one afternoon and see if we get on well in person.

Beyond that, I'm looking for someone to go to the Museum of London with; I've never got round to that one.