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28 F Edinburgh, United Kingdom

My Details

Last Online
Apr 18
4′ 11″ (1.50m)
Body Type
Mostly anything
Scorpio, and it’s fun to think about
Working on masters program
Rather not say
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Doesn’t have kids, and doesn’t want any
Likes dogs and has cats
English (Fluently)

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My self-summary
Sometimes, when I’m having a particularly bad day, I like to pretend that I’m a time traveller from fourteenth-century Europe. Getting excited over the ready abundance of salt and spices and for the very existence of hot chocolate tends to put things into perspective. Besides, hot chocolate is a delicious balm in and of itself.

Despite all my best efforts, I am neither easy-going nor carefree; rather, I am intense and precise and expect just as much from others as I expect from myself. I am a study in contradictions, like most people are: I am impatient and maybe just a little bit arrogant but kind-hearted, compassionate, and well-mannered. I can be reserved, judgmental, and proud but also passionate, thoughtful, and generous to those I love. I love animals and have been known to cry when those awful SPCA commercials come on. And, I once spent a ridiculous amount of money to have a feeding tube put into my cat when he inexplicably stopped eating on his own.

Though originally hailing from the Midwestern U.S., of all the places I’ve travelled, Edinburgh remains my favourite; that said, nothing beats wandering around a new city and discovering its hidden gems. Currently, I’m torn between Germany, Italy, and Spain in choosing the destination for my next trip.

There’s a special enjoyment to be had in books and museums, and like most academics, I am, I suppose, somewhat eccentric. I regularly fall into research rabbit holes on topics ranging from the history of the Scottish Highlands to cooking hacks that save time in the kitchen. More than anything though, I am a nerd who enjoys all things Tolkien, George R.R. Martin, and Harry Potter with a healthy dose of text-based roleplaying and a budding enjoyment for Doctor Who thrown in.


Classy broad with nerdy interests enjoys cooking, travelling, museums, and books. Can be intense and perhaps a little difficult to win over, but the reward of having done so successfully is well worth the effort. Please pardon the obnoxiousness of the lingering American accent.
What I’m doing with my life
Postgraduate studies in Scottish History at the University of Edinburgh which are both more intellectually stimulating and infinitely more rewarding than the soulless drudgery associated with my previous experiences in finance.
I’m really good at
Satisfying my curiosity. I make a mean Spaghetti Bolognese and my hash browns are pretty special as well. I can make a logic proof my bitch and can, moreover, write like an old, dead, white man from the golden age of English Lit.
The first things people usually notice about me
Why don’t you tell me? I’m genuinely interested in hearing your answers!
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
My favourite word is ‘ubiquitous’. I only wish I could use it more often.

For books, I like The Surgeon's Mate; Assassin's Quest; Fool's Fate; The Two Towers; Twenty Years After; Pride and Prejudice; Sense and Sensibility; Jane Eyre; Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows; Through the Looking Glass; and Les Liaisons Dangereuses

And movies? "The Two Towers"; "The Three Musketeers (1948)"; "Master and Commander"; "My Man Godfrey"; "Revenge of the Nerds"; "Ferris Bueller's Day Off"; "Legends"; and "Dangerous Liaisons"

Honestly...I watch a lot of Korean dramas so I'm not sure if anyone would recognize any of the shows I might list here but I’m starting to gain a healthy appreciation for “Doctor Who”.

As for music, well, I'm a musical slut. If it can make me dance, I like it. If it has compelling lyrics, I like it. If it was written by old, dead, white men in ice cream cone wigs, I like it.

Food favourites include Korean, Italian, and Mexican but I love sampling new flavours and cuisines and get a lady boner for boys who are similarly adventurous when it comes to food.

That said, note the following: I actually kind of hate first dates that revolve around meals. Eating is strangely intimate and I need to know you better, sir, before I can reveal that side of me. Besides, first dates are intended to allow two people to become better acquainted and that's kind of hard to do when both parties are shoving food down their gullets. So let's skip the awkwardness of shielding our half-masticated food from view in response to a poorly timed question and try out something unorthodox and low key instead, shall we?
The six things I could never do without
Good books and better conversation. Laughter, the internet, wit, and the duke of Wellington.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
What do drawing board companies do when their ideas don't work? Did George VI blame it on the a-a-a-a-a-alcohol? The fact that "butt dial" and "booty call" sound the same but mean completely different things.
On a typical Friday night I am
Transcribing secretary hand manuscripts. This is my life now.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I truly understand the value of discretion.
I’m looking for
  • Straight guys only
  • Ages 26–45
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating
You should message me if
I need a man who can both engage my intellect and make me laugh. The two are like the steel and flint required to ignite even a spark of attraction. Someone who is as ambitious as I am but understands how to temper that competitive streak accordingly. A compassionate professional who also enjoys animals, understands that curiosity really is the cure to boredom, and possesses both integrity and a sense of fair play.

Compliments are nice if they’re sincere, but I’d be much more flattered by ones that remark upon my intelligence or my hobbies than any pertaining to my physical appearance. Of course, I do understand that it’s difficult, sometimes, to think of something to say to someone when you find said person attractive and would like to get to know him/her a little better, so…here are a few icebreakers to help you out. Feel free to choose one to answer when you send a message, or, if you’re feeling brave, you can even try to think of something similar to ask me, in turn.

1. You already know my favourite word if you’ve read my profile…what’s yours?
2. Tell me your name. Do you think it suits you? If not, what would you have chosen instead?
3. What would you say has been your most memorable meal?
4. Have you ever done any volunteer work?
5. What was your first thought upon looking over my profile? Be honest.
6. After a long week at work how do you like to spend your weekends?
7. If money were no object, what kind of job would you like to have?
8. Would you rather find true love or a million pounds?
9. What was your favourite subject in school?
10. If you could go back in time and meet one historic figure who would you choose and why?