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  • Ages 23–31
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Last online
Aug 25
5′ 9″ (1.74m)
Body Type
Masters program
Doesn’t have kids
Likes cats
My self-summary
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Rather a quick and quite dark sense of humour, a passion for learning new things and generally finding stuff out. Fond of tea, conversation and a few geeky things.
What I’m doing with my life
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In general: I studied Anthropology for a few years, and now work in the registry of a London university, poking academics until they do things. I find my evenings and weekends occupied pottering along to pubs, shows, films, galleries and talks on things on my own or with friends.
I've gone to a lot of art galleries so far this year, based on the ticket stubs I've got pinned up by my desk. Theoretically I should count the Louvre as a highlight, but at a thing at the Courtauld they gave out free gin.
I've recently been walking home through Regent's Park, which is nice when it is sunny.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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TV drama like Game of Thrones, Sherlock and True Detective. Surreal comedy like Archer, Snuff Box, Children's Hospital, Arrested Development and Charlie Brooker's stuff. I recently remembered the existence of both Black Books and Spaced. Messages reminding me of any other high-quality nostalgia blasts are welcome.

Films! I like so many of them, but I'm really not one for horror films.
Music: I'm always hopping between artists on Spotify. But maybe some Alt-J, Amen Dunes, The Books, Bowie, Bob Dylan, British Sea Power, Kate Bush, Aphex Twin, some Bon Iver. Have recently been listening to The Kinks.

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've been reading more poetry recently, and I've been working my way through a great compilation of recent British poems and picking up small collections when I see them in second-hand shops.

I love the National Portrait Gallery (go to the 2015 Portrait of the Year exhibition!), like Picturehouse and the Prince Charles cinemas and read The Economist (for the articles, not necessarily because I agree with the politics or follow anything financial).
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
- Dressing gown
- Kettle
- To-do list and calendar
- The internet
- something to read or to write with
- Satchel/Man-bag
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
"Wait, what am I meant to be doing?"
or rather more abstractly:
"Why has that thing evolved like *that*?
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I never really follow cooking recipes and tend to improvise the introduction of ingredients and spices to a pan. I accidentally didn't set the timer on my slow cooker and stayed out all night, resulting in a joint of lamb being cooked for 18 hours.

I own Settlers of Catan but have never actually played it.

I have never braved it past the scenes introducing the creepy little girls in The Shining.
You should message me if
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You are lively, have a playful sense of humour and think it might be fun to meet up for a meal or coffee some time.