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28 Kristianstad, Sweden Woman


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I’m looking for

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  • Ages 20-33
  • Located anywhere
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating

My details

Last online
Nov 10
Relationship Type
Strictly monogamous
5' 8" (1.73m)
Body Type
A little extra
Christianity but it’s not important
Doesn’t have kids but wants them
Has dogs
English (Fluently), Swedish (Fluently), Japanese (Somewhat)
My self-summary
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Space ninja and life guru in training. With swords! But I might be lying...

Actually, I'm a Swedish woman who lived in Scotland for a few years (so clearly men in multicoloured skirts with a squeaky bag and high socks are the most attractive thing ever) and I've lived and worked in Japan because it's totez rad. I'm currently in Sweden visiting my family until my next adventure reveals itself.

Aside from my love of funny internet expressions, I am a lover of good writing, random post-its everywhere, the dodo calendar, and gublerland.

I'm a pretty chill person, but one thing that is really important to me is equality, regardless of gender, ethnicity, or sexuality. But then again, I also love friendly bitching and complaining about things for fun (there is a line somewhere, I'm sure).
What I’m doing with my life
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I want to experience a lot of different things. I would like to have lived on every continent at some point (um... except for Antarctica, because even though I'd love to hang out with penguins, that would be freezing) and I have an almost ridiculous urge to travel and see what it's like in other countries. I'm not entirely sure what I want to work with (I suppose my unrealistic dream is to become a children's author), but I have a degree in English teaching. I would like to have a very international life and experience living in many different cultures. I also want to learn the thriller dance and how to crack my knuckles, because those are fantastic talents to have in a bar.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Entertaining myself. I've always got something to do, and I'm great at writing to do lists (but less fantastic at getting everything done.) I suppose I'm quite good at planning too, at least as far as holidays go. And doing jigsaw puzzles.
On the other hand I am absolutely terrible at taking games seriously, and laugh when I lose, so I'm the worst team mate for a competitive person.
The first things people usually notice about me
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(My fourth arm. Strangely enough, nobody seems to notice the third one.)
I'm a pretty cheerful person who makes strange jokes, and I've been told I have a nice smile. (I've also been told that I'm really friendly, but that might be because I like hugging people. And with four arms you betcha I give great hugs.) I'm pretty socially adaptable, so I'm sure people experience me differently. I'm quite relaxed about most things and I love to invite people to whatever I'm going to be doing (going to the movies, bowling, the arcade, pub quiz etc.).
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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I love reading, but a lot of my favourite literature is actually children's literature, when the author expresses things in unexpected ways which allows you to see things without your adult goggles on. Diana Wynne Jones is definitely a favourite, and I also adore the writing in Winnie the Pooh.
For adult literature I'm especially keen on Charles Dickens, P.G.Wodehouse, Agatha Christie, and J.K.Rowling.
I like stories which are fun and interesting. I have to admit that even though I am a bookish person and an English teacher, I will put down a book (even classics! gasp!) if it doesn't interest me. There is too little time in the world for bad books. Or bad movies. Unless they are so bad that they become hilarious.

As far as movies go, I like anything that makes me laugh. I can definitely watch drama as well though, and I really like horror films (although horror is better in company). I am a complete sucker for cinematography (I studied media at uni, oh yeah) and can flail about lighting and colour usage and camera angles for ages if I feel so inclined. My favourite film is V for Vendetta, but I watched Moonrise Kingdom recently, which enchanted me a little. And I want more movies like the Grand Budapest Hotel. I like having Lord of the Rings marathons, or any other good film series, really. It's especially fun when my brother and I watch Twilight for laughs.

I watch Glee (it's awkward and hilarious), and I love the cool monsters in Supernatural. I also love British comedy shows and standup. Doctor Who, Sherlock and Black Books are fantastic (wonderful scripts), but I think my favourite show ever is Miranda. I like some Japanese dramas and anime as well, and I am a huge Prince of Tennis fan. Murder mysteries are also very compelling. I've probably watched every episode of Midsomer Murders, Jonathan Creek, and Criminal Minds.

Music wise I'm pretty easy, although my two favourite artists are Amy Winehouse and Adele. I'm also very keen on George Ezra's hipster guitar thing. My favourite music scene is rock/metal though, because people there are really chill. It doesn't matter where you come from or how you look as long as you're there to enjoy a drink and some tunes.
I guess I simply like good music of any genre. Sometimes I feel a real need to listen to Korn; sometimes I'm in a house mood; and sometimes only choral music will do. I'm sure our music tastes will intersect somewhere.

Food in general is pretty terrific. Although living in Japan really warps how you feel about food, since just because it looks really good it doesn't mean that it will be, and vice versa. Aside from Swedish food I've grown to love British food, and I love a proper roast dinner. (Side note: in different countries foreign food is different. Chinese food in Sweden is not the same as Chinese food in Japan. Pizza in Sweden is not the same as pizza in the UK. Or pizza in Italy, for that matter. :P)
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
My family, a proper bed, my computer, summer, nature and free time.
(Or: world domination, rubber ducks, three-legged race, deodorant, Justin Bieber, and chicken nuggets.)
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
All the exciting things I'm going to do. I like planning for the weekend, for my next holiday, for what I'm going to do next year...
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Having Friday night dinner! (Movie night, drinks, playing cards, cosy times. Basically anything relaxing and fun.)
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I don't think I could be in a relationship with someone who doesn't share my values. I'm looking for someone who is Atheist/Christian/Buddhist/Shinto (or similar) but to whom religion is not the focus of their lives.
I also believe that animal rights are more important than religious beliefs.

And, uh... I kind of have a thing for curly hair.
You should message me if
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You want somebody to talk to and have fun with. I'm a good listener (or reader, as the case may be), and if you're a writer and want to bounce ideas I'll be your bucket of crazy, but it will be tons of fun.

I'm looking for a guy who is funny and intelligent, so if you message me, show me those aspects of yourself. :) Tell me about where you want to live next, or what other culture fascinates you, or what you are looking forward to doing next in your life. Or just link me funny youtube videos.