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26 M Leeds, United Kingdom

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5′ 10″ (1.78m)
Body Type
Strictly anything
Agnosticism, and laughing about it
Leo, and it’s fun to think about
High school
Sales / Marketing
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Doesn’t have kids, but might want them
Likes dogs and likes cats
English (Fluently)

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My self-summary

I detest starting my profile with hello. But etiquette is a bitch.

From the south of England, south-east to be more precise. Hertfordshire to be even more precise than that. Since the age of 18 I've slowly and unintentionally moved myself further north. I went from Enfield to Great Yarmouth to Manchester and now to Leeds in the space of seven years. The reasons, I am happy to discuss over a drink or five two.

I'm now going to do that thing that people do where I list a bunch of adjectives that best describe my personality without providing any context to back it up. Here I go!

Amorous, animated, ardent, asocial, attentive, contradictory, daring, dark, distracted, dry, endearing, fiendish, fervent, genuine, guilty, humble, introspective, judicious, kinky, laconic, misunderstood, nocturnal, nonchalant, nostalgic, offbeat, open, pedantic, poised, polite, profuse, quaint, quirky, quizzical, rational, rebellious, resolute, romantic, scandalous, sentimental, sincere, tactful, thoughtful, thoughtless, trusting, unashamed, untamed.

Words are fun.

I work full time for PC World. Computing solutions abound! Yes it's not my dream job of becoming a world famous song writer so I can influentially denounce my absent faith in religion and politics. But it's a huge step up from my dead end job I crawled through for three years in Manchester.

I take a casual but active interest in psychology. I wanted to follow a career path in psychology when I was younger but I hardly set myself up for anything so grandiose in my days of adolescence. Oh how regretful I am now!

I'm a bit of a gamer, and by that I mean I'm a massive gamer. If you think that means I spend my hours shooting people in the face, then just..get out now. I am a gaming oracle (so it has been said) so if you're looking for suggestions, give me a shout.

Born in 87 so pretty much a 90's kid. I sometimes listen to 'Steal my Sunshine' by Len, because California seemed like the motherland when you were 9. Now I'm 26 I realise it's all just guns and weed *sadface*...Wait I'm 25 >_>

I'm stoic, yet animated. I conduct myself in a very inhibited way but around the right people I just open up. At this point I am carefree, dark-humoured, and very sociable. But left to my own devices I'm more likely to...amble with purpose!
What I’m doing with my life
Working and living in Guiseley. Been here since April and loving Leeds. I work for Curry's/PC World. It beats the dead end job I had in Manchester for three years. I was always grateful to have the job, considering some people find it difficult to get work, but my new job provides me prospects and advancement for the future, which considering my background is something I'm very fortunate to have.
I’m really good at
Games. Nuff sed!
Keeping my opinions to myself.
Folding shirts...This is an invaluable life skill!!!
The first things people usually notice about me
My incredibly long hair. Women seem to love it, they seem to want to braid it, run their fingers through it, although some just tug it from behind without asking....How about I grab your chest and you tell me how that makes you feel? THERE IS A TIME AND A PLACE! Sneaking up for a tug is the incorrect course of action :p
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: Anything by Terry Pratchett. I admire his Discworld novels. I'm not a big reader, but his books seem to capture my attention, he has an elegant and humorous way of explaining what cannot be explained. But I'm not much of a reader. I get too distracted by my thoughts to be able to concentrate on books. It's a sad story, but I'm over it.

Shawshank Redemption
Big Fish
Clockwork Orange
Any Pixar movie
The Breakfast Club
Apocalypse Now
Final Fantasy: Advent Children
Spirited Away
The Hangover
Shaun of The Dead
Little Mermaid

Green Wing
Black Books
Red Dwarf
Bo Selecta!
Big Bang Theory
Ally McBeal
Paranoia Agent
Panda go Panda (studio ghibli I think)

Music: I have an ear for Metal. I'd like to emphasise 'some'. I'm not a anything, really. Other than that my tastes are equally varied. I'm not loyal to one genre of music, just that I seem to enjoy Metal alot more than others. Mainly Nu-Metal, but if there's one thing you'll learn about me I'm not an elitist when it comes to personal tastes. Lonely Island ftw.

Food: I'm quite easy to please when it comes to food. I tend to stick to what is quick and easy, but that may change when I'm more settled. My favourite dish is Spaghetti Bolognese and I am in a life long struggle to perfect my recipe. I've strictly been cooking up batches of Chilli con Carne ever since I moved to Leeds, and I'm still not sick of the stuff! I have since found...there is just never enough chilli powder...just...never enough.

Games: I'm adding this one in myself, as I'm quite the variety gamer. If you think it's all about shooting people in the face,
The list goes, in no particular order:
BioShock Infinite, Natural Selection 2, Monday Night Combat, Awesomenauts, Don't Starve, Wasteland, Fallout 1 + 2,
Baldur's Gate, Icewind Dale, PlanetSide 2, Dungeon Keeper 2, Nekro, Hawken, Unepic, Journey (this game gives you 'the feels', it's incredible), Terraria, Minecraft, Classic Resident Evil, Classic Tomb Raider, Metroid (series), Classic Legend of Zelda, Dota 2, Antichamber, Scrolls.
I'm most looking forward to Wasteland 2. You get maximum points if you have heard of, and are also looking forward to the release of this title. Also, Torment: Tales of Numanara...Don't miss it.
The six things I could never do without
Over-encumbered Vocabulary
More time
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Most of the time I have no idea. I'll be walking home from work and will catch myself in some weird dialogue in my head and have to backtrack my thoughts for ten minutes just so I know how the HELL I came to what I was currently thinking about when my consciousness decided to remind me that I am self-aware.

When I'm not doing something active or productive my brain is constantly whirring away. I tend to think about my life, current situations, who's ignoring me today.. That sortof thing.
On a typical Friday night I am
Either at Fab Cafe, Dry Dock, or Fuel. Perhaps even all three in that order! Depending on if I have Saturday off work. I do like going out on the weekend, and I have no qualms with going out completely solo. It sounds pathetic, but it's what I prefer to do. Whenever I went out with friends in Manchester I'd usually wander off and do my own thing. If you see me out I'll be doing one of two things depending on the venue, the atmosphere, and how much I have had to drink. One is leaning on the bar or sitting on something comfy in a dark corner, the other is throwing my massive weight of hair around to something metal. I'm not a poser and I don't really care if you object to me singing 'Rollin' by Limp Bizkit when the DJ inevitably plays it. The same goes for anything by Blink 182, Sum 41, Weezer...anything that was played on Kerrang around a decade ago I'll sing along to. We can mutually agree that this is a shameful display, but it is a part of my adolescence and thus will always be a source of wistful enjoyment for me.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
You already know more about me than anyone I'd bump into on a night out. Consider that privacy enough!
I’m looking for
  • Girls who like guys
  • Ages 20–30
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating
You should message me if
You're not willing to go above and beyond all human reasoning for the sake of a hedonistic lifestyle. And if you're completely free of fake tan. Definitely if you're into gaming. And if you're NOT a fan of creating/basking in drama that you created and/or exacerbated.