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30 M Brighton, United Kingdom

My Details

Last Online
Oct 15, 2010
5′ 11″ (1.80m)
Body Type
Other, and laughing about it
Dropped out of university
Banking / Finance
Relationship Status
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English (Fluently)

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My self-summary
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I think the most important thing to say about myself is that I am now a very happy person, for reasons I will explain a little more in the section below. I have a great degree of faith in the capacity of mankind for goodness and I believe that most things will work themselves out. However, I do have a very sarcastic sense of humor and am frequently mistaken for a cynic, when I believe myself to be an idealist.

I’m one of those people who have an opinion on everything and will take every opportunity to ram it down your throat. Actually, no, It’s even worse than that. I do have an opinion on everything, but I will almost never tell you what it; we might agree, and I hate that. Instead I’ll patiently listen to your opinions and take the most diametrically opposed position I can conjure. Good luck with that. ((On the other hand I am frequently bamboozled by the simplest of pop culture references, even if sometimes I'm only pretending to preserve my elitist front.))

I get on with pretty much everyone, which is a curse. Frequently I end up in conversations with people who bore the shit out of me, but I'm too polite to leave. Well, at least it seems to make them happy.

I’ve recently been working on the theory that I am one of the elect. It’s peculiar, but since I adopted Discordia things have just been going RIGHT! Truly, everything works out in the end. All I can say in my defense is that I am extremely thankful for serendipities serenade.

Well, I hope I’ve described myself with some level of accuracy and not left to much out. But if you feel that this is rubbish summary then please let me know. I'll hunt you down and kill you, but I'll change this first so you won't die in vain.

I am Happy, Verbose, and flippant.
What I’m doing with my life
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Well, First off I'm a Uni dropout. Which, I believe, is an excellent first impression. Who wants someone with ambition anyways, they'd just drop you as soon as something better came along. On the other hand, My time at uni (Edinburgh, for those that deign to know) was pretty much the most horrible thing I've ever been through and dropping out has been a wonderful, progressive decision that has mellowed me no end and taught me a degree of humility- which was sorely needed.

So now I'm back at home working as a para-planner. No, that has nothing to do with the paras. They would break my southern pansy ass and I have desire for that to happen. Okay, so maybe a little desire.

Actually It’s a financial advisors assistant, which is what I am training to be. I love it, as I love capitalism. But don’t worry, I never held those hippy ideals, so I can never sell out! Go me and my super logic!

I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Sailing; My prime hobby although being phased out of in favour of football. Which I suck at.

Maths; oh you sexy boy!

Being nonplussed, except when i'm tired.

Getting on with people.
The first things people usually notice about me
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
I have absolutly no idea. You'd have to ask people, and I do mean you, I tried to ask people but I kept getting answers along the lines of "that you ask dammn fool questions", "leave me alone" and "a quater past three mate" but I suspect he wasn't listening.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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A) The Illuminatus! Trilogy, FNORD!the Principa Discordia, Everything is under control etc. Bigot hall and The crime factory by Steve Aylett. Anything by Pratchett, Palahuniuk and ROBERT Rankin. Milan Kundera; whose books are so fucking excellent it hurts. the old classics that everyone loves; 1984/animal farm/crime and punishment that style of thing. I'm a pretty voracious reader and struggle to remember half the books i would like to list here. Oh, I've just read a Flynn O'brien novel, which was ace, and hopefully by putting that in here I'll sound really arty and interesting. Woot!

B) Serenity, Fight Club, Six String Samurai, Magnolia, The Usual Suspects, Pirates of The Carribean 1 and 2; and many more.

C) and D) I will not answer as they depend far too much on my mood at the time. But I will say that I hate U2 with a firey passion.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
1) Pro Evolution Soccer. Dear God I love this game. I love it so much it hurts. Okay so this makes me sound dorky, I don't care, I need this game more than I need you. However I hate that it is "Soccer" rather than the correct "football". Sometimes the dichotomy burns me up inside.

2)A daily dose of physical exercise; So now I sound like a poseur, oh well at least it balances. A perfect balance of Poseur and Dork. I rock so much. But seriously, I feel pretty grotty if I don't get it.

3) Tea and Diet coke; caffene is good, multinationals are good. What else can I say.

4)The Guardian; I commute to work and tend to get too involved in books. It did not make a good impression when I spent my first day wandering around Ashford International (I work in Eastbourne)(may not be true). Thus I limit myself to newspapers, and the groaniad (Ho ho) has the best sports coverage.


On the otherhand, Bill Hicks is pretty funny...

6)ummm... the Germans. Not that I know many Germans, but I wouldn't want to see them go.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Whatever the guardian tells me to. Also, I read the Mail and absolutly love the righteous indignation and rising bile that it instills in me. So I think about the things the mail tells me to too. But not in a serious way.

Hey, don't judge me. I would read the Times, but I can't quite cope with a paper that disagrees with me in a vaguely reasonable way. It's confusing.

Oh and daydreaming.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Usually out for a pint in Lewes. Which, by the way, is where I live. Not Brighton.

Harveys and good conversation.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
I once accidently chased a priest.

I have a deathly fear of all things Dr Seuss.

A twofer!
I’m looking for
  • Girls who like guys
  • Ages 20–31
  • Near me
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating, casual sex
You should message me if
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You thought I sounded vaguely interesting? Or whatever really.