I'm an American in London. I'm working on a post graduate degree studying international business and innovation. Much more of a, 'this is our one shot humanity, let's do it right' rather than 'the bankers will save us with their capitalism.' I'm an optimistic extrovert who likes heights and spontaneity. Repetition and monotony drive me a bit crazy if Im honest. I am also willing to admit I have a bad habit of getting bored at large events like clubs and tend to find high vantage points to people watch. Oh and I can't dance. Not that I'm unwilling to learn, just at this time that is most certainly not a skill I possess.
I'm from the Southern US; Georgia in fact. You may remember us from that lovely banjo tune. I strongly dislike it there. So now I'm here. Life is short, I don't see the point in wasting it.
I work part time doing fun techie things for a open source community event company. However, Im working on my dissertation and really should be giving it much more of my attention.
I do tend to have bizarre hobbies. I like learning. Anything, everything. I fence, scuba dive, rock climb, and spent a good portion of my life doing martial arts. London's expensive for those hobbies so I've picked up Spencerian script, and studying cartography and am considering learning shorthand because why not?
Books: I love to read. Anything. All the time.
Movie: Comedy/Action. I like when things blow up and when I get to laugh
Tv Shows: Sci-fi and situational
Music: Anything but rap really. I love instrumental pieces.
Food: I'll try anything once except olives. I hate olives. I keep testing the fact, but I keep hating them. I'll give it another year.
My glasses or contacts
Sunscreen (I burn so very much)
A good book
Also how much I dislike wearing shoes and socks.
"Ariel's quite nice, actually. "