We are an incredibly geeky, open-minded, fun-loving couple! We have been together for over 7 years and have been engaged for over four years, and we are totally committed to one another.
However, we also feel that we have room in our relationship for another person, someone that we both can get along with equally and just spoil rotten. We'd love to find that special someone, but we'd also just love to meet new people and make a lot of cool friends.
The number one thing we seek is friendship, anything else is a bonus. We'd love to meet someone like-minded who enjoys the same things that we do, so that we can go on relaxed dates - coffee shops, the cinema, window shopping, playing video games, etc.
We're mostly interested in cuddling and romance rather than sex, so anything other than cuddling depends entirely on what people are comfortable with. As I said, the main thing is friendship.
We are both dudes but a big hobby that we both share is crossplaying, you'll probably know what this is if you're in the anime/manga/cosplay scene. Basically, we both cosplay (dress up as) as fictional characters at conventions and events, and often those characters are female.
Although we look super awesome when we do this, and we have a pretty loose definition of gender, we're both totally happy being dudes and it is no reflection of our sexuality or the like.
We both identify as pretty much pansexual, we're much more attracted to personality than outer appearance. We love other geeky, relaxed people!
Our biggest geek interests are:
-Video games (All sorts! Old and new, from MMORPGs to Minecraft, from Bioshock to School Days)
-World cinema (and Extreme Asian Cinema)
-Music (We both like to listen and perform)
-Cinema in general
-Lots, lots more!
We also both have FetLife accounts, so feel free to ask for those.
So, here's a bit more about us as individuals:
I am the short, chubby, blonde, blue-eyed dude of the couple. I originally reign from Essex but moved to MK a few years ago and I absolutely love it here. If you ignore the ridiculous amount of roundabouts, it's really beautiful and bustling.
I am the one that got Adam into crossplaying, and I'm definitely the expert - I just find make-up and dressing up to be awesome amounts of fun, and I put a lot of hard work into it. It just so happened that most characters that I like are female so one day I just thought, "Sod it!" and went for it.
Aside from crossplay I love all of the things listed above, I am 100% geek through and through, and utterly proud of it.
One of my big interests is horror movies, I am a sucker for anything scary, and I love watching horror movies from different countries (English, American, Japanese, Korean, Chinese and Spanish are the ones I've mostly experienced). If it'll scare me enough to make me tuck my feet up on the sofa in case something grabs them, I love it. Ridiculous amounts of gore are a plus, too!
I'd really love to learn a new language but I'm awful at sticking to it, I think what I want to aim for at the moment is French. We plan to visit France next year, so it'd be nice if I could say more than "Bonjour, je suis nu!" to people.
Erm, hi there. I'm Adam and I'm the taller one! Unlike Nathan, I've lived in Milton Keynes my entire life and I LOVE THE ROUNDABOUTS. Say what you like, but the traffic flow here is like a hot car knife through road butter.
Nathan's gotten me into a lot of stuff actually, besides crossplay (and, ultimately, cosplay in general). I owe pretty much all of my love for movies to him, I didn't watch a lot before I met him. My main love is music, and although I've tailed off with making somewhat in recent years because of not having as much time, my desire to listen to awesome music will never stop. If you ever want to chat about music, pretty much irrespective of genre, then I'm all ears.
I'm also a mega tech geek, especially hi-fi, but also more mainstream consumer electronics as well. I'm a big Apple fan, but not a zealot (hell, I've changed my phone for an HTC recently). I tend to be quite outspoken in this regard, so if you want to set me off just mention companies like Bose and Monster and I'll rant until I'm red in the face.
I also love video games, in particular platform games will always be my absolute favourite. I'm really really bad at finishing games though. I think I've only properly finished a handful of games in my life.
I've recently a new job in London (in fact, I'm typing this in the evening after my first day) which I'm hoping will be a new and exciting chapter in my work life.