Launching a new comedy venue in Soho tonight if anyone fancies a bit of giggle worthy knees up.
11 Lower John Street
I've realised that, as of late, people seem to think I'm rather straight. At least when they see me. This doesn't bother me although feel free to scratch a little deeper. In other words, I'm far from straight.
**Update** Latest ambition is to grow old rocking back and forth on a porch with long white dreadlocks (me, not the porch), smelling of piss and scaring the local kids. *stop* Ooh I'm not actually in Molesey. I'm 25 mins from Waterloo. Still, suburbia is suburbia...
Too easy to over describe requirements but if you know your Heidegger from your hero turtles then this could be interesting.
Recently returned to these shores after a 11 years overseas. It's not as cold as I remember! If you have an intelligent sense of humour and aren't afraid of stringing more than two words together then drop me a line.
If you believe in the invisible hand of the market, regularly use the phrase 'kids these days' followed by a pronounced tutting, and enjoy a read of the Daily Mail with your breakfast then we're probably NOT going to get along.
What have I done? I always reject profiles that start by listing what they don't like! I've become one of 'them'!
Relaxed, intelligent and witty company sought. I've been told I am all three of these things and on only a few occasions has a negative prefix been added. And if you think you can help me escape 'them' then all the better.
I'm a current affairs addict. Former journalist, sometime stand-up comedian. Utterly disorganised. Very open minded. Well traveled, intelligent and often scatty.
I recently acquired a ukelele. I play terribly.
When people ask me what music I like I always reply "whatever sounds good". I think i'm being witty. Everyone else rolls their eyes.
I have all my own teeth. Allegedly.
I read too much. I'm about to start a PhD in Philosophy. Ergo my ability to procrastinate is extraordinary but I prefer to procrastinate in company.
I dress. Occasionally.
The rest? Well we can make that up as we go.