I hate filling in things like this where you have to talk yourself
up, it's like making cover letters for work and honestly fuck that.
I don't want to come across like some pretentious bellend. I like
reading and intelligent-ish telly (no X Factor, more Screenwipe)
though who doesn't enjoy a good panel show eh? I like
Oh god I just re-read that first paragraph and it makes me sound
really quite full of myself. I'm totally not. This whole website
thing would be much easier to do if you had to refer friends to
other people but then it wouldn't be online and probably would be
much less socially awkward than going HI THIS IS MY PERSON FROM THE
INTERNET. I think I'd get good references from my friends but I'm
not entirely sure. Although you get ten points for reading this far
and an extra bonus point if you got where my potentially
off-putting username came from. It seemed like a good idea at the
I'm on twitter too so look at that to see more of my expert
stream-of-consciousness bullshit, I'm @you_twits.
Nice to meet you.
What I’m doing with my life
Working and earning alarmingly little for all sorts of television
companies. Making nice polite trouble, fun and excitement galore.
I’m really good at
coming up with stupid ideas. Not so good at following them
This might be one of them, WHO KNOWS!
Also I am okay at videogames I guess but there's still that
negative "HA NERRRRDS" connotation you get when you talk about them
in public. Well nuts to your opinions, I like Fallout so, ha!
The first things people usually notice about me
well you'd have to ask them wouldn't you?
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
At the moment I'm on a bit of a Hunter S Thompson binge. Hells
Angels is great, it's clearly much more fun to be part of the story
than just observe.
Movies I like, not sure. I saw Cloud Atlas recently and it was
incredibly satisfying but good lord it was long. And Butter. Butter
is excellent. Watch Butter.
Speaking of tastes, I like food. I think I'll eat pretty much
anything, except mushrooms, I'm not a big fan of them. And bananas.
I think it's the texture I don't like.
The six things I could never do without
Bicycle, beer, friends, air, fifth columnists, joy.
Unless I was trapped on an island in which case: a sailboat, 18
weeks worth of food and drinking water, an Iridium satellite phone,
€30,000 in cash and my passport.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
How to escape the city and be free. I don't think it's possible,
On a typical Friday night I am
Either sat at home or in the pub or at work. I am a creature of
habit. Most of them are lazy habits. Though this one time I found a
secret ladder to the roof of the Barbican Centre but that was a
Saturday afternoon so it doesn't count for this bit.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I like bad comedies. Not bad like "this is a terrible film" just
bad as in "this is lazy humour", things like Accepted or
Zack and Miri Make a Porno. Childish, not bad.
You should message me if
you want to.