I'm Patrice, originally from the south of France (Marseille, if that rings any bell?). I moved to London a few months ago -- that should explain the curious accent, for anyone wondering.
Making a change in the world, one small step at a time, is something dear to me. This is why I am a vegan and an atheist, and why I care about ecology, animal rights and human rights. I practice a Japanese martial art called kendo and do some theatre acting, too. I'm also non-monogamous and in an open relationship with ninja_toilet.
However, don't get me wrong: I am very much a loner and a homebody. It should then be no surprise if I tell you I have a fondness for video games.
Now I am an aspiring video games writer working on my first game, a sci-fi/thriller called A Poison Green. In the rather unlikely case that you'd be interested in what it looks like and what it's all about, you can click here to learn more!
I also work for a, uh, famous store, making sure your fruits and vegetables are as fresh as the cookies that I hope you've had time to try.
Well, you probably won't find me at a party in the first place.
Manga/anime: Death Note, Hajime no Ippo, Paranoia Agent.
Movies: Earthlings, The Lionshare, Requiem for a Dream, The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.
I also play quite a few video games. I like point'n'click adventure games and games with an engaging dramatic story (The Walking Dead, anyone?). As far as multiplayer games go, I mainly play Evolve, Payday 2, Killing Floor and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. Ask for my Steam username if you want!
As for food, I'd be more than happy to devour a pizza with vegan cheese every day of the week. Just add a few vegetables here and there to pretend it's healthy.
-other people's attention,
-a way to make the world a better place,
-eating lunch while watching something,
Also, social interactions, and how to go straight to the heart of a conversation rather than having to deal with all the small talk that usually surrounds every exchange, OkCupidian or not. Spoiler: I haven't found a solution yet.
I'm also looking for people to practice my Japanese with!