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OutOnTheFloor

44 F London, United Kingdom

My Details

Last Online
Today – 12:34am
Orientation
Straight
Ethnicity
White
Height
5′ 5″ (1.65m)
Body Type
Average
Diet
Mostly anything
Smokes
No
Drinks
Socially
Drugs
Never
Religion
Agnosticism
Sign
Gemini, but it doesn’t matter
Education
Graduated from university
Job
Education
Income
Relationship Status
Single
Relationship Type
Offspring
Doesn’t have kids, but wants them
Pets
Likes dogs and likes cats
Speaks
English (Fluently)

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My self-summary
I'm no girlie girl, you won't find spray tans, highly polished nails or me fretting about getting my hair wet in the rain. I actually quite like being in the rain. And the snow. And the wind (except when I'm on my bike, then I hate the wind - unless it's behind me of course then I love it again. Let's just settle on a mixed relationship with wind. There's a another joke there.....) Sunshine makes me smile but I get restless sitting in it, so I am in no way a sun worshiper....how did this turn into a weather report?
I'd rather be in silence than do 'small talk'. It's been on my mind recently having worked a day with a woman who literally did not shut the fuck up for a second. It was exhausting. Oh and I swear. Not every other word, but expressively. If you don't like it, well then...you know....move on.
What I’m doing with my life
Changing it. Well trying....
I’m really good at
Getting up on the dance floor, cooking, enjoying the apparent simple things in life; like Hackney's little patches of wild flowers dotted around the borough - they make my heart sing, and don't get me started on magnolias.....and I know it's said by everyone but I'm pretty good at listening; understanding things from another point of view. Unless you're a tory.
The first things people usually notice about me
I get asked for directions a LOT. I helped a little old lady across the road once and she said 'Don't you have lovely eyes'. I like and trust this as she was in no way trying to get into my knickers.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I agree with those of you who say it's not really necessary to share all we enjoy etc, but then again it's a nice feeling when you see that someone appreciates something you do. So.....
Murakami, Banks, Irving, McEwan are a selection of my favourite authors. The last book I completely loved was 'Stuart; A Life Backwards' by Alexander Masters...biography of a homeless person.... it was laugh out loud funny, charming, disturbing, sad... and just beautiful.
I love theatre; The grittier the better.
TV shows that stick in my head over the years - The Wire, Six Feet Under, Our Friends In The North, Northern Exposure, This Life, Mad Men, The Killing and The West Wing. Of course some shows started well but they didn't know when to stop and blighted the early stuff. QI of course and recently discovered 'Would I lie to you' which has me howling every time.
Music that has had some importance - Siouxsie, Smiths, Throwing Muses, Cocteau Twins, Northern Soul, Ska...oh god that list could just go on for ever.
Food. Hmmm...in terms of cooking then I guess curries and roasts are my specialties. I'm pretty healthy and love my fruit and veg, however I also love my chocolate.
Films - I don't really like action, American block buster stuff...I prefer drama whether that be mainstream or arthouse.
The six things I could never do without
1. Dancing - my clubbing days are pretty much over but I love Northern Soul and go to various nights on a regular basis.
2. Food - obvious? I don't know...I'm happy to make a roast dinner with all the trimmings for myself...people say 'I can't be bothered to cook just for myself'. What? This makes no sense to me.
3. Stories - this is a bit of a cheat as it covers EVERYTHING. Theatre/books/people watching...
4. Mascara - there is nothing interesting to say about this.
5. A washing machine - it's no fun washing your smalls by hand. Actually I imagine sheets are worse.
6. My bike - getting from A to B for free in this town is a bit of a treat. I say for free but when I did Jury service last year they gave me £19 for two weeks...this works out as £532 a year. My poor bike obviously doesn't get the attention it should.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Recently been trying to slow my brain down. It's as hard as it sounds.
When I'm on here, I'm constantly amazed at the number of guys who seem to think that I (we) would be more interested in their chest than their face?????
And my god, what a coincidence that so many of you have had your photo taken with a tiger..I wonder if it's the same one?
On a typical Friday night I am
In the pub, eating with friends or catching up on the tv I might have missed during the week. How great is catch up TV? Cut out all the crap and just settle for the genuinely well crafted/funny/interesting stuff....
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
This amazing city of ours sometimes (and with growing regularity) gets on my nerves. There is a smugness (which I know I have been guilty of) that hangs in the air like the dirt around that kid in Peanuts - I can't remember his name? It seems I love it and hate it with equal measure (London not Peanuts).
I’m looking for
  • Guys who like girls
  • Ages 37–47
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating
You should message me if
You want to? Ooh unless you're a sun reading, the seat of your trousers round your knees wearing, racist, sexist ignoramus, then maybe don't bother? I feel I should say that it seems a little harsh to lump apparent trendy trouser wearing with racists and sexists but it's just a fashion I can't get my head around and therefore makes me feel old.

And don't bother if you're still in your 20's. Has there been a ladmag article on how women in their 40's are at their sexual peak or something recently? Suddenly the number of youngsters making contact has gone through the roof!