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26 / M / Straight / Single
Oxford, United Kingdom
- Last Online
- Today – 3:40am
- 5′ 10″ (1.78m).
- Body Type
- Mostly vegetarian
- Other and laughing about it
- Taurus but it doesn’t matter
- Graduated from college/university
- Computer / Hardware / Software
- Doesn’t have kids
- English (Fluently)
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I'm doing an ECDL qualification and I'm a team mentor in an IT project at uni where the children do computery things and I mentorise them.
I read a lot of non-work stuff too, in the uni library; I suppose a lot of my interests are sub-topics of psychology or biology.
I'm also walking all over the place every day, and collecting tree seeds to plant. I have quite a nice forest of home-grown saplings at home.
Having random things to say about stuff.
I have a sort of bibliotherapy approach to feeling good in life so I read a lot of science and psychology books in addition to the reading I do for uni. Some recent recent books I've read are Games People Play (Eric Berne), I'm OK - You're OK (Thomas Harris), both about Transactional Analysis.
I love The Wild Places by Robert MacFarlane, which is a travel writing book. It's about valleys, woodland, estuaries, mountains, islands and other geological features in UK. It's full of descriptions of trees and plants, birds and beasts, soil types, rock types, weather and nature in general.
Another awesome travel-writing book I love is called Travels with Boogie, by Mark Wallington; about a guy and his dog going for epic adventures on foot and boat throughout Britain.
Adrian Mole Diaries - absolute classic.
The books by Paulo Coelho were incredible when I read them as a teenager. I think I read the Alchemist, the Pilgrimage and the Valkyries, although I haven't re-read them since.
I did go through a phase of being obsessed with Ben Elton novels. They're not amazing in terms of literature, but they're entertaining and witty.
Always liked a bit of Stephen King.
2001 - A Space Odyssee
One flew over the Cuckoos Nest
Citizen Kane, What's Eating Gilbert Grape, Rain Man, The Breakfast Club, Silence of the Lambs, The Last Temptation of Christ, Apocalypse Now, A Beautiful Mind, Platoon, Taxi Driver, The Shining, The Green Mile, Shutter Island, Red Dragon, Platoon, The Exorcist, American History X, Shutter Island, The Shawshank Redemption, Dr. Strangelove, Forrest Gump, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Wicker Man, Clockwork Orange, The Passion of the Christ, Hannibal, Apocalypto, Stand By Me, Full Metal Jacket, ... I could go on...
Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, Mallrats, Clerks, Wanes World I & II, American Pie, Scary Movie, Road Trip, Austin Powers, Pineapple Express, Idle Hands, Half Baked, Dumb and Dumber,
There is a lot of great music and new music all the time but some bands that have been faves of mine for many years in previos eons of my life are nirvana, alice in chains, Red Hot Chili Peppers, metallica, megadeth, pantera, guns n roses, black sabbath ... and all the classic rock/metal stuff. I also like a bit of piano or orchestral music when in the mood.
Family Guy, American Dad, The Simpsons, Futurama, Beavis and Butthead, South Park, etcetc.
Bottom, The Young Ones, Filthy, Rich & Catflap, Men Behaving Badly, Blackadder, Peep Show, The Mighty Boosh, Flight of the Conchords, Spaced, Big Train, I'm Alan Partridge, Knowing Me, Knowing You, Black Books... can't go wrong with a bit of QI, How It's Made or documentaries .
I'm mostly vegetarian. I just sort of became vegetarian at uni.
I always make experimental smoothies with fruits and spinach.
I love porridge.
I'm buy plain pizzas and decorate them with peppers, olives, onion, spinach, garlic, pepper and parmesan. Eaten cold.
Salads and soups.
Often I'm just munching on dried fruits, nuts and ryvita in my room.
A well-equiped and well-stocked clean kitchen
A park or somewhere good to walk
My mind because its full of ambition which fuels me, knowledge which powers me and lessons which guide me
Random lyrics and/or drum beats
The history of Oxford and the small lanes, which were main carriageways hundreds of years ago; and the people who must have been down those roads like the historic Kings and Queens of England who traveled to Oxford from London by horse; the trees and plants that must have surrounded the roads and the fields in times gone by, and the trees that are there now; and when these trees were planted, and by whom they were planted.
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