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My self-summary
London based male, currently working in procurement. I like to think I’m an easy going kind of guy, unless you’re walking too slowly on the underground, in which case I'm very angry at you.

Looking to meet new people and see what happens, as for some reason I apparently find socializing in one of the busiest cities in the world difficult without the internet!

In my spare time I love travelling and exploring new places, so recommendations are always welcome if you have any! When I’m not bankrupting myself through travel I also like the gym, reading (again recommendations are always welcome), and watching the kind of epic TV shows that seem to be incredibly prolific nowadays.
What I’m doing with my life
Mostly working, seeing my friends, and visiting new countries and places when I can. I play for a local volleyball team which keeps me busy with training/matches, and I'm also trying to improve my cooking skills. This has resulted in many an adventure over the stove!
I’m really good at
Buying people presents. Seriously, I’m awesome at it. If you’re ever lucky enough to receive a gift from me it will blow your mind. Unless I couldn’t be bothered to look for something good. Then it’ll probably just be average.
The first things people usually notice about me
Depends where you're looking. If you're looking at eye level, probably my eyes. If you're looking at the ground, probably my shoes.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Film wise I mostly like sci-fi/drama/thrillers, some of my favourites include Memento, In Bruges, The Prestige, and Primer. On the other end of the spectrum I love zombie films and I'll watch anything with a superhero in it.

Books are tougher as there are still so many that I want to read. I’ve been more into non-fiction lately, some recent favourites have been Thinking, Fast and Slow, Bad Pharma, and Outliers, although I seem to end up reading the Economist a lot on the tube as well. Fiction I’ve enjoyed includes Dracula, 1984, and others I can't currently think of. Frankenstein’s next on my list!

Although they're neither films nor books, I've become a big fan of board games recently as well, and I'm always on the lookout for new ones to try! Also enjoy video games, although as I get older I'm finding that I have far less time to play them.

Favourite foods are harder to pin down as food is generally pretty awesome. Italian, Mexican, Indian, and Thai are all solid options, but as long as it tastes good I'm there!
Six things I could never do without
I spend a lot of time thinking about
The zombie apocalypse, and which of my friends I'd be OK with dezombifying if the need arose.
On a typical Friday night I am
Out with friends, trying to strike the right balance between having a good time and not writing off my Saturday with a raging hangover.
You should message me if
You like the look of me and think we'd get on.
The two of us