Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
I'm a short, daft, affectionate woman/girl... I'm in that awkward
phase where I don't feel like either.
I love reading, cooking, watching weird movies, and chatty drinks
in cosy pubs.
I have a large, varied taste in music and will listen to anything
but D'n'B, rap and hip hop. I mostly seem to listen to rock,
alternative and folk at the moment though.
Having a fiercely loyal nature if you become one of the people I
care about I will fight to the death for you, and defend you with
every fibre of my being.
I have a very strong set of morals, even people having affairs on
TV frustrates me - it feels like the damage affairs can have is
down played by them always being on TV and in films.
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
I've finished a Bachelors degree in Drama, which I hated, I stuck
it out for the 3 years and passed with a second. Ideally I'd like
to become a cookery instructor but currently I'm a receptionist.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Cooking, being empathic, telling awful jokes, and making everything
I can also put USBs in the right way, first time, every time.
Friends and family can confirm: the best presents are given by me.
The first things people usually notice about me
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My height, or lack there of.
My stupidly long hair.
I'm also often asked if I'm wearing coloured contacts because my
eyes are really blue.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Anything by Terry Pratchett, John Green, Irvine Welsh, Douglas
Adams or Stephen King, is likely on my bookshelf or my iPad.
My favourite genre is horror, but I also love comedy, sci fi,
fantasy, and just generally bizarre movies. I don't like watching
films over and over again, so there are only a few that I've seen
more than twice.
My current favourite bands include: Passenger, Bastille, Incubus,
Fleetwood Mac, Tom O'Dell, and Muse.
I could happily eat Peking duck every day. Either that or a lovely
juice medium/rare steak with Stilton sauce.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
Loud music to sing along with - there are few pleasures greater
than belting out a good song.
A hair bobble around my wrist - my hair is down to my waist
(because I'm rubbish and only get my hair cut once a year) so I
always have a hair bobble on me just in case.
A powerful shower - what's the deal with these rubbish dribbling
showers? I need one that feels like it's going to peel my skin
My stunning best friends - who else can I have a good moan
My dinosaur onesie (though it's kigurumi really) - it is so
comfortable and warm in this stupidly drafty house. The odd looks I
get amuse me when I answer the door in it, especially when I walk
away from them and the tail wiggles.
My weird little family - there's only my mum, my dad, my brother
and his girlfriend (an honourary member until they get married),
and me. We're all pretty weird, but really easy to get on with and
welcoming to everyone.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
For some reason I get the theme songs for The Poddington Peas and
Thomas the Tank Engine stuck in my head more than I would care to
In fact, if I look like I'm deep in thought, usually, I just have a
song stuck in my head.
My mind also seems to work in odd ways so I end up altering a lot
of songs to fit with whatever I'm doing at the time.
Words and names also get stuck in my head, so I'll be repeating
them over and over until they stop sounding like real words. It is
actually helpful at work, if members tell me their name once I'll
remember it forever, I think it's slightly creepy but they always
seem so happy I remember them.
Things that baffle me, such as: because all women are born with all
the egg cells they will ever produce the egg that created me was
inside my grandma (albeit while inside my mum). So one of the cells
that became me is over 60 years old...
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Working, covered in flour, having lovely kitty cuddles while
binging on a series on Netflix, or having a drink/meal with
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I left writing my dissertation until the week it was due... I'd
done all the research far in advance, and had sat down to write it
several times in the months before but nothing came out. There's
something in me that needs the scare of an imminent deadline to get
me to work properly, this is probably why I have always been better
in exams than having to write essays.
But, yea, no one IRL knows about that...
You should message me if
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You have an odd sense of humour, and you're not a creeper or
You'll send a message that isn't just a series of statements. Throw
in some questions, make it a bit easier for me when I'm replying.
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