28 Bournemouth, United Kingdom
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My self-summary
Hi, I'm Emma!

I love watching amazingly bad films (if you've seen, and loved, Troll 2, we are meant to be), hiding my hideously competitive nature in pub quizzes and a good novelty accessory.
I can be ditzy at times (I once sat in a stranger's car for a hour without realising. Enough said.) and am unbelievably clumsy, but I love a good laugh - often at my own expense - and going crazy on the dancefloor.
If you want to know anything else (that's not, y'know, weird or kinky), just get in touch!
What I’m doing with my life
I work as a press officer and before that I was a reporter for a local newspaper - where, among other things, I was lucky enough to help operate on a dog, all in the name of journalism... (Yes, that actually happened. Yes, I nearly passed out.)
I’m really good at
throwing some shapes on the dancefloor. My signature move is a point to an invisible watch on my wrist, to signify time. It works for practically every song.
I also do a pretty mean robot.
The first things people usually notice about me
I should really say something cheesy like my winning smile, or my kind heart, but, honestly, it's probably just the fact that I'm fairly tall (5 foot 10). Oh, and I have a cracking pair of....eyes!
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I would like to think I have rather eclectic tastes, and like a bit of everything (except salmon. I can't stand salmon.) - but that doesn't make for a very enlightening profile so here are a few of my absolute faves:
cheesy pop music, a good buffet, elaborate cocktails, The Hunger Games, Only Connect and other horribly difficult quiz shows, America's/Britain's/Azerbaijan's Next Top Model (delete as appropriate) and other trashy reality shows, microwave popcorn, girly chick lit, historical novels, sushi, Alan Partridge, surfing (not proper surfing, just lying on a board and hoping a wave carries me surfing), 30 Rock, vodka from my girly pink hipflask, crispy duck pancakes.
The six things I could never do without
* My old school iPod, jam-packed with all the cheesiest 90s tunes. It's travelled around the world with me and I've dropped it more times than I'd care to mention, but it's never failed me yet!

* My trainers. I spend a lot of time in the gym, flailing about in exercise classes and resembling a human tomato running along the beach. This is through necessity, rather than choice, as I also love my food. (I have a seven plate all-you-can-eat buffet record. It is, quite possibly, my proudest achievement to date)

* My slanket. I spend a lot of time curled up under this, TV remote and snacks within easy reach through one of the handy sleeves.

* A good cup of coffee (a skinny hazelnut latte, if you're asking.)

(That's honestly all I can think of for now! I'm clearly a girl of simple pleasures...! Will add more as/when I think of them!)
I spend a lot of time thinking about
whether it is socially acceptable to still have cartoon dogs on my stationery...?!
On a typical Friday night I am
Ideally, round a friend's house, playing ridiculous drinking games and mixing a few potent cocktails, before dancing the night away in some so-bad-it's-good club somewhere.
But I am usually knackered and under my beloved slanket, watching a trashy film and stuffing my face with snacks before falling asleep at an embarrassingly early time.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I once, unintentionally, gave a donkey an erection.
If that's not a talking point, I don't know what is...