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28 London, UK Man


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  • Ages 18–40
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My Details

Last Online
Yesterday – 3:00am
5′ 10″ (1.78m)
Body Type
Trying to quit
Atheism, and laughing about it
Pisces, and it’s fun to think about
Graduated from university
Less than $20,000
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Doesn’t have kids
Has dogs and likes cats
English (Fluently)

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My self-summary
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Everyone is a collection of networks. Our personalities are a patchwork of other things, our bodies are a mutating sack full of eternally-twitching, slime-oozing sea creatures draped over a frame of coral-esque knobbly jigsaw pieces, and even our awareness of the world around us is a half-imagined time-delayed impressionist blur. The empty cosmic void stretches out all around us, threatening to swallow us into infinity at any moment, and it's as much a part of us as we are of each other. In which case, how can I summarise myself? Or anything? Argh!

... I'm not always that heavy. I even surprised myself a little bit there. Yikes.

Imagination is one of my greatest skills and I'm pretty proud of my dreams. My sense of humour is usually quite dry but at times far from subtle. Sometimes I swear but I'm always respectful. Ish.

The only reason anything good exists anywhere in the universe (conversation, drinks, glitter, art, kindness, respect, love) is because we keep putting it there. If we stop, these things will all die.
What I’m doing with my life
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Mainly I work in the costume/wardrobe department of theatres. For money I work in temp jobs, write copy as a freelancer, edit HTML, and sell financial software. I volunteer at a hospice and sometimes get involved in animal rescue. Sometimes I hold a sign in Camden and give out leaflets to promote comedy shows. Every now and then I write about comic books/graphic novels for The London Vandal - you should go check it out. I pretty much do anything that comes along. Opportunities are everywhere.

I draw octopi when the mood takes me. One day I'd love to own a costume shop. It'd be in disused railway arches, with different sections for kids costumes and more adult stuff in the back room, with late-night trying on sessions. I would sit behind the front desk with a coffee, reading a good book while a big ginger cat snoozes on my tummy. It'd be great.
I’m really good at
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Listening. Observing. Helping. But also chattering on amiably. I've got a lot to say but so does everybody else, and there's no rush.

I'm not bad at sketches and drawing. I'm quite good at telling stories, especially of adventures on the high seas in my excellent pirate voice.
The first things people usually notice about me
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Apparently my voice. I'm not noticeably loud, and have in fact been described as softly-spoken. I guess it's just the bass?
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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If I tried to tell you all my favourite things I'd be here for days. Lists aren't very inspiring either. I am a big ol' culture vulture and I want to talk about all of it, always. I like films with physical effects rather than CGI, surrealist novels (or at the very least magical realism), immersive theatre, big friendly puppets, all sorts of cartoons, computer games with more going on than point-shoot-heal-die, and anything with a good story. I collect stories like a magpie.

I also enjoy eating crab, octopus and other non-fish seafood because they're so alien - I want to absorb their eldritch powers. I'm pretty adventurous: recently I learned that crickets taste fine but the texture is awful. I also learned that one of my friends cooks a bitchin' pig heart (marinaded, slow roasted for 24 hours, stuffed with apple & chorizo... my god that's some juicy heart-meat!).
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
Something to draw with; a pencil and paper for preference.

A drink (these days mostly coffee, some kind of juice or smoothie, or fruit tea).

A good view, or at least a window. Being very hungover on a crowded tube that gets stuck in the tunnel is a brief slice of complete hell.

Internet access. I can't wait until Google comes out with something I can just install in my brain.

Something great to look forward to, and it needs to be only a week or so away. This keeps me very active.

Punctuation! I love to punctuate. One of my tattoos is a question mark.

Defying authority sometimes. I'm chaotic good. For example: now I've listed seven things! If I had eight things to list I totally would. HA! In your face, box title!
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
My latest daydream. I try to keep them going for as long as possible in my head, so that I can enjoy them while I sleep too. I'm quite into lucid dreaming, in an idle kind of way. You should hear about some of the dreams I've had - I know they say hearing about other people's dreams is boring (I also disagree with that) but mine have proper narrative structure, I promise.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
The only thing I can tell you for certain is that I'll be up late. I see a lot of comedy shows, some music gigs, circuses, a lot of theatre - anything for some adventure. I told you, I need something to look forward to. Quiet pubs also count, but why not aim higher.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I look great in eyeliner. I used to have bright blue hair and even now, I sometimes really miss it. Don't get me wrong though: there's lots more that I'm only willing to admit to people I trust.
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