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29 F London, United Kingdom

My Details

Last Online
Apr 20
5′ 3″ (1.60m)
Body Type
Mostly vegetarian
Other, and somewhat serious about it
Scorpio, and it’s fun to think about
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Doesn’t want kids
Likes dogs and has cats
English (Fluently), Polish (Fluently), French (Poorly), German (Poorly)

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My self-summary
There is a quotation from one of the Discworld books, describing a character as one with a mind that ticked like a clockwork, and, like a clockwork, regularly went cuckoo.

I can't remember what that character was like and I don't know if I identify with him in general, but this one description applies to me well. I have a precise mind (that ticks with regularity) and a bohemian free spirit (that goes cuckoo a lot) at the same time.

I like languages, art, cooking, and books. I always felt at home in academia (I mean, I liked reading dictionaries for pleasure since I was a child; then I actually enjoyed reading most textbooks in college) and now I'm on my way to becoming either a translator (well, to developing my career; I already am a translator) or an ESL teacher.

I love dancing. As in, I need to dance to feel I'm alive.

I love painting too; I'd like to develop in this direction as well.

"Other religion" in my case means that I have a problem sticking with labels, so I suppose I'm "queer" when it comes to religious identity. Being serious about it means that it's an important part of my life, not that I have no distance and can't joke about it.
What I’m doing with my life
Carrying out a plan.
I’m really good at
Languages. Translation. Teaching. Cooking. Dancing. Empathy. Creativity.

Not giving up. Being self-reliant. Facing my fears. Being assertive.
The first things people usually notice about me
I have no idea. Ask the people.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
My favourite authors include Terry Pratchett, whose mind I'm in endless awe of, Neil Gaiman, who creates literary magic, Andrzej Sapkowski, who, IMO, is as genius as Pratchett, Jeanette Winterson, who seems to be similar to me and totally different at the same time, which I find fascinating, and Bruno Schulz and Marcel Proust, because they described *how* things happen to them, not *that* they happen, and I am quite a sucker for this sort of writing.

I love Peter S. Beagle's too, especially "The Innkeeper's Song".

Some academic books (on language, literature, history, and, well, an umbrella term "anthropology" might be the one that best describes what I'm interested in), and dictionaries are also on the list of my favourites.

Joanne K. Rowling. Yes, the Harry Potter books are lots of fun. :)

Oh, and fanfiction. I read fanfiction avidly. Currently in Les Miserables phase.

I'm more into tv shows than movies, I'm afraid. My current faves include Sherlock, Doctor Who, In the Flesh, and Welcome to Night Vale (which is actually a radio show). I'm quite fond of Elementary too, and have some nostalgia for Merlin, Bones, Life on Mars, Doctor Who, Torchwood, and Stargate.

I do watch movies from time to time, and my favourite titles are
'Imagine Me & You', 'Elizabeth', 'Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind', 'I Am Dina', and 'Institute Benjamenta' (a really weird movie by the brothers Quay). I also like the movie version of 'Persepolis'.

Also, I'm currently going through Les Miserables obssession 2.0 and I'm really into the 2012 movie. :)

I really like all the animated Disney/Pixar stuff, too.

Music: I'm currently mostly into folk/folk rock/ancient music (ancient secular music, not things like the gregorian choirs; so, basically, I like ancient folk). I listen to Mumford and Sons a lot, lately, but I'll take other folk/folk rock/indie folk/whatever recommendations, if you have any. :) I also like The Cranberries, Patrick Wolf, Florence and the Machine, Patrick Wolf, Portishead, and The (early) Mediaeval Baebes.

Oh, I'm also quite fond of jazz, the older the better.

I *love* musicals - Cats and Les Miserables own my heart in particular. But I'll often like a musical only because of it being a musical. ;) (Okay, I've seen one version of 'Hair' that was truly horrendous. I mean, I nearly fell asleep in theatre, for the first time in my life)

As for the food question, I'm basically a slowfooder and I'm one of those lucky individuals who actually, genuinely like all the healthy/vegan/vegetarian stuff doctors always advise you to eat, but I have to own up to periods of indulging in morbid fascination with junk and fast food.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Analyzing. Myself and other people.
I’m looking for
  • Guys and girls who like bi girls
  • Ages 18–35
  • Located anywhere
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating
You should message me if
You want to. :)

You definitely should message me if you're a fellow geek and/or bohemian spirit, are in London and would like to hang out.