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36 Kingston upon Thames, UK Man


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I’m looking for

  • Women
  • Ages 26–38
  • Near me
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating

My details

Last online
Yesterday – 2:41pm
5′ 9″ (1.75m)
Body type
Mostly anything
Agnosticism, but not too serious about it
Sagittarius, and it’s fun to think about
Graduated from law school
Rather not say
Doesn’t have kids, but might want them
Likes dogs and has cats
English (Fluently), French (Poorly)
My self-summary
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One of the nicknames that I've been given is the Social Hand Grenade. I've always felt that that was a bit strong. Apparently it came about due to a combination of my gregarious, warm and friendly nature and my penchant for occasionally saying deeply inappropriate things at somewhat socially unacceptable times.

In my defence I think that this comes from a subconscious desire to vet those I come into contact with for a decent sense of humour, which as far as I'm concerned is a must. I have very high standards you see and get a bit awkward around people without a well developed sense of irony. Well that's how I justify it to myself anyhow. Alternatively I can feign a mild form of tourettes to justify my loose lips. Then you can't hold it against me right? Who's the bad guy now huh? Certainly not me. I'm not the one discriminating against someone with a fictional disability.

Another one of my nicknames is The Wanker from Sri Lanka. I'm not sure where that one came from. There are a lot of mean people out there. (By the way this last bit was a test)
What I’m doing with my life
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If you've read the "My details" section you'll have noted that I've very impressively graduated from law school and describe my job as being in the Law/Legal services. This is mostly true but on the job front not wholly accurate anymore. I was a solicitor for a while, but it didn't really agree with me so I packed it in much to the disgust of the folks. Whilst I enjoyed the intellectual aspect of the job, helping people on occasion and the fact that no two days were the same, the people drove me mental and I didn't want to spend all of my waking hours in the office surrounded by people I wanted to push down the stairs.

I currently work as an underwriter for an insurance company that insures litigation. To a degree its similar work to what I was doing before but the hours are much better and the people are nicer so it's a much better quality of life. We get to get involved in some pretty big cases so I still get to make a difference and to use my powers for good. Sometimes. There is a lot of looking out of the windows and googling pictures of squirrels involved too.

I don't like to define myself purely by my job though. I'm a big fan of the work life balance. In my free time I like to kick back with a nice cup of tea and a bit of a sit down with my cats. That's not to say that my binge drinking days are all behind me. Far from it. I'm a big fan of a few cheeky ones. There's a great emphasis in my work and social circles on mid week drinking, as it makes the week go by a bit quicker. It's usually a couple of pints or a few glasses of the rouge depending on the company though.

I'm also on a bit of a health kick at the moment and try to either go for a swim or to the gym most nights, cats and alcohol permitting. Richmond Park is half a mile from my house so I'll try and cycle around that at the weekends when the weather allows. I've also signed up to an Israeli martial arts course, but it's a bit punchy so will look for reasons to be otherwise engaged on a Tuesday.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Insurance, cat husbandry, accumulating large piles of unopened post (fuck you bills, you're not the boss of me), Words with Friends (but oddly not Scrabble), feining ignorance, looking busy, my phone voice, buying lots of beige things, philantropy, first person shooters (I was once in the top 10,000 in the world at Modern Warfare 2 and they sold 100 million copies of that, you do the math, but I appreciate that this isn't that desireable a quality in the eyes of many ladies and I've pretty much retired from that now), looking good on paper, impressing people's parents, dancing, but only with elderly relatives at weddings, caring about stuff, listening, hugging, etc!
The first things people usually notice about me
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
I am like an onion with many many layers and as everyone is different and will probably notice different things it's probably best that I list the top 40 in alphabetical(ish) order.

1. Adventurous
2. Attentive
3. Amoral
4. Bullshitter
5. Caring
6. Challenging
7. Classy
8. Creative
9. Complete arsehole
10. Dependable
11. Domestic god
12. Expressive
13. Evil
14. Faithful
15. Fearless
16. Fun
17. Genuine
18. Good
19. Humble
20. Humourous
21. Inspirational
22. Intelligent
23. Interesting
24. Kind
25. Late
26. Liar
27. Lovely
28. Mischievous
29. Massive package
30. Naughty
31. Not a massive pervert who's looking down your top
32. Open minded
33. Passionate
34. Risqué
35. Romantic
36. Spontaneous
37. Stylish (sort of)
38. Unarmed
39. Wandering hands
40. Xylophone enthusiast

Nobody has ever told me any of these things, but I can tell that they are thinking them.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Anna Karenina
To Kill A Mockingbird
The Grapes of Wrath
The Street Laywer - Tom Grisham
Tournament Poker and the Art of War - Davd Apostololico
The Choloate Thief: Amusing Real Life Adventures in Autism - The Ice Maiden
The Yes Man - Danny Wallace
The Lovely Bones - Alice Sebold
We need to talk about Kevin

Top Gun
The Goonies
History Boys
Groundhog Day
Die Hard
Lethal Weapon 2
3 Men and a baby

Breaking Bad
Game of Thrones
Topless Darts
How I met your mother
The Big bang Theory
Peep Show
The IT Crowd
Home & Away Circa 1994 - 1997

In terms of music, I have really varied taste which changes depending on my mood, and I'm pretty much into anything, however my radio tends to either stay tuned to Absolute or Magic. Magic if there's nobody around.

Food: All you can eat Chinese buffets
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
1. My moral compass- it keeps my sense of adventure in check
2. My sense of adventure- it keeps my moral compass in check
3. My cats
5. My super king sized bed with easy access to a snooze button
5. My thirst for world peace, charity work and philantropy (honest)
5. Bus drivers waving at each other
5. Racing people in the pool without them realising
5. Drunk chicks with low self esteem
5. Denial
5. Breaking the rules
6. Tea bags


Obviously friends and family too, but as they're a given I've controversially vetoed them. I'm a big fan nonetheless
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Your mum.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Alone, worrying, eating ice cream and weeping gently.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
I've never read most of the books in the my favourite books section. I googled a list of the best film adaptations then picked ones that sounded sophisticated and that I've seen, then I got bored and picked ones that I haven't seen, but thought that no one is likely to question me on anyway. Sorry. At least I'm honest about it? I haven't read anything that wasn't written by Andy McNab in years. That guy ROCKS! It should also be noted that I have recently reread the complete works if Andy McNab.
You should message me if
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You're completely desperate and everyone else has ignored you.