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My self-summary
Raised in the the North, I moved to London about 6 years ago.

Originally I'm Scottish and proud, despite the fact it means I get ridiculed during every sporting event - we make up for it with Hendricks.

Other random facts:

I once did a marathon due to a drunken dare - it was horrific.
I've met the Queen and asked Prince Philip if he ate a lot of takeaway (the answer was no).
I can only drink tea out of white mugs.
I work for a famous ex-arsenal goalkeeper and yet live with Spurs biggest fan.
I have been to The Galapagos. It was incredible.
I can say boring in over 10 languages.
What I’m doing with my life
I am a project/events manager for a charity. I used to travel a lot with work which was incredible for a few years but now I am enjoying being a little more settled. My current job involves a lot of football and rugby legends. I know very little about either. If you can tutor me that would be great!
I’m really good at
Games where you try and merge celebrity names and types of fish/cheese. E.g. Mackeral Jackson, Salmon le Bon, Emmental Thompson, Bill and Hilary Stilton etc

My flatmates tell me I make a mean banana bread. And pulled pork.
The first things people usually notice about me
My eyes?
Then probably my sarcastic sense of humour. I'm northern- we like to mock.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Music: Talking Heads, Grimes, Wild Beasts, Disclosure, Mount Kimbie, Tom Vek, Fleetwood Mac, LCD Soundsystem, Beirut, Ghostpoet, Alt J, Caribou, Twin Shadow, King Krule.

Best gig this year: Metronomy at Field Day!

Books: Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, To Kill a Mockingbird, The Book Thief, Just Kids, The History of Love, The Wasp Factory, Marabou Stalk Nightmares, Girlfriend in a Coma, Alice in Wonderland and The Handmaids Tale. I like books/studied English.

Films: Anything by Wes Anderson, Tim Burton, The Coen Brothers, cheesy 80s classics by John Hughes, Shane Meadows.

For a hangover: Labyrinth. Or 3 Men and a Baby. That Tash cures everything.

TV: Breaking Bad, Six Feet Under, Flight of the Conchords, Summer Heights High, Boardwalk Empire.

TED talks!
Six things I could never do without
1. Friends and family
2. Spotify
3. Camera
4. Passport
5. Avocado
6. Ally Pally
I spend a lot of time thinking about
I spend a lot of time pondering what Stephen Fry could be bad at... he must struggle at something...?
You should message me if
You have a spare ticket to see Kate Bush. You think you could compete at the fish/cheese/celebrity name game or you want to go on the Dinosaur Pedalos at Alexandra Palace.
The two of us