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30 M Gillingham, UK

My Details

Last Online
Yesterday – 10:27am
5′ 9″ (1.75m)
Body Type
A little extra
Atheism, and somewhat serious about it
Capricorn, but it doesn’t matter
Graduated from university
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Doesn’t have kids, but might want them
Likes dogs and likes cats
English (Fluently), French (Fluently), German (Poorly), Esperanto (Poorly)

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My self-summary
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Right, let's try this again.

I'm Law, and the truth is, I'm totally awesome. The hard part is convincing the rest of the world that's the case. I'm getting there, one person at a time.

I recently (2014) re-took the Myers-Briggs personality test for the first time in many years, and the result was ISTJ. For the most part, that seems about right. I greatly enjoy learning, seeing and experiencing new things, and I have an inquisitive nature, but I also live in the real world and take a practical approach to things.

For some reason, my best photos all involve me wearing hats, but I have no idea why. I promise you I'm not Alex Mack.
What I’m doing with my life
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At the moment, I work as an Education Co-Ordinator and Tour Guide at Dickens World, a Charles Dickens-themed attraction. I've been with the company a long time and really enjoy my work- it's a lot of fun meeting new people, and especially seeing kids faces light up when something you're telling them about clicks in their head. I also very much like the freedom it gives me to undertake my own projects in my spare time.

The job also lets me use my degree in French from time to time, and I'm always keen to get the opportunity to speak it- I'm an absolute francophile and hope to one day move back over there, having lived there for a year whilst at Uni.
I’m really good at
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I'm really good at putting people at ease when meeting them for the first time. I'm quite easygoing by nature, especially when I meet someone new, and I'm not a particularly private or secretive person, which makes conversation a lot easier. If someone wants to ask me something about myself, I'll give them a straight answer. I'm a pretty open book.

I'm also good at maintaining friendships. Between Uni, living in France, and working in catering, I've got a lot of friends dotted all over the place, and I think it's important to make an effort to visit people and catch up.
The first things people usually notice about me
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I can- and do- laugh at myself. I think it's an important thing to be able to do.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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a) Ben Elton is my favourite author, his style is very easy to keep reading. I am also fond of David Lodge, as his books seamlessly combine both compelling narrative and interesting philosophical discussion. However, my favourite book, is "Kill Your Friends", by John Niven, which creates such a wonderful visual image of life working in the 90's music industry. Other favourites include Marina Lewycka and Bill Bryson.

b) People always laugh, but I will defend to death my opinion that "Cool Runnings" is the greatest film ever made. It is excellent in pretty much every respect. The Chilean film "Machuca" is also fantastic, and I'd highly recommend it to anyone who doesn't mind films with subtitles. I am also just a little bit in love with "Battle Royale", both the novel and film.

Other than that, I like a lot of Kevin Smith's earlier stuff, as well as things like "Dr. Strangelove", "They Shoot Horses, Don't They", "The Boat That Rocked" and "Demolition Man".

c) "Community" may just be the best show ever created, with "30 Rock", "Parks and Recreation" and "The Big Bang Theory" also up there. "Daria" is, of course, an all-time classic. Otherwise, you can tick off a lot of the classic British comedies- "Blackadder", "Monty Python", "The Young Ones", "The Office", "Phoenix Nights" and things of that ilk.

I went to see "Starlight Express" as a child, and have loved going to see West End musicals ever since. I'm particularly a fan of "Cabaret", "Avenue Q" and "Blood Brothers", but others I've seen include "Grease", "Legally Blonde", "Chicago" and "Spamalot". "The Book of Mormon" is definitely next on my list.

d) I'm a sucker for Mel C, and women-fronted 90's rock in general, stuff like The Cardigans and Letters To Cleo. Eminem is an all-time great, and I also grew up a Britpop kid, so you can tick off Oasis, Pulp, Blur, Ash etc. More recently, you're talking Reverend and the Makers, Lily Allen, The Kooks- all that sort of mainstream-enough indie sound. But I'm certainly no snob and will listen to anything, really- there's a time and place for the likes of Katy Perry and Nicki Minaj.

In terms of lesser-known artists, I'd highly recommend checking out the Bastard Fairies and the Dresden Dolls.

e) Pancakes are not just for Pancake Day.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
Intellectual Stimulation. I've always got something on the go- usually a book or two, or some slightly geeky project that I'm arm-deep in.

Humour. Why live, if you can't laugh?

My family. This one's pretty self-explanatory- they have always been there for me. I was lucky enough to have the model of a perfectly adjusted upbringing.

Hoodies. I'm a hoodie guy. It's not a fashion statement, it's a statement that I don't want to carry a coat around everywhere when it warms up later.

Trust. I believe everyone is good, and I trust everyone by default until they prove me wrong. But once that trust's gone, it's virtually impossible to win back.

Crownfield Nougat Pillows. Seriously, those things are heaven in a box.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
I spend a lot of time thinking about some really, really random things. It doesn't take much to set me off on an odd train of thought, especially if I'm chatting with someone willing to indulge me. Sometimes this can be deep, wise and insightful, while other times even I know I'm just talking absolute rubbish.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
I'm at the point where I'm starting to accept that clubbing is best left to those with student loans and fake IDs. I do like big nights out, and I still look forward to the big ones when me and my mates head to away games, but I'm just as happy now with a night of pub, pool and karaoke.

Oh, the karaoke. Proof that not being able to do something will never stop me from doing it over and over again.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I probably think you're way out of my league.
I’m looking for
  • Girls who like guys
  • Ages 18–35
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating
You should message me if
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If any of this has piqued your curiosity, drop me a line, and I'll hit you back. I've got an open mind to this, but for all my outgoing nature and job based around speaking to strangers, I can be pretty shy when it comes to breaking the ice. The chances are I'd love to talk to you, but can't think of a way to say that first awkward hello. If you've got any ideas, drop me a line.

Or, of course, if you just want a piece of my sexy, sexy body. I'm sure that can be arranged.