I love learning about history, art and politics. I especially love talking old myths and am looking into anthropology. I love just walking around an old city with no destination just to appreciate what the architecture is like. I also think that practical ethics is just as, if not more, important than philosophy.
I love meeting up with friends and I especially love going to chinese resturants and never quite knowing what I ordered. I love a drink and am always up for going out to the pub for a quick half at the very least.
Other than that? I am just generally trying to carve out a place for myself in the world whilst being a good person. It's sometimes a bit hard, but it's always a good laugh once it's done.
Hopefully will see you around.
Other than that? Well I have only just moved to London, so I am doing as much exploring as I can on my days off and evening, and since moving out I am keen to look into gym going and having a decent number of nights out.
Movies? I am trying to find some of the classical films and watch those too, its always interesting to see where the modern ideas about film have come from. That said? I don't think anyone ever turns down the option of watching a scary movie or laughing at a dreadful one.
My music tends to be a bit scattershot, one of my favorite bands is probably Eels if only because of the sheer difference in moods that the songs go through, alongside that I am trying to widen what I listen to, getting stuck on just one things always seems a bit of a waste.
Food tends to be anything healthy that can be made fast, so a lot of oriental stuff. I've got a soft spot for oriental stuff from stalls at Greenwich market, it might not be the best but damn is it fast and satisfying
A nice hot shower every morning
A new beer every week.
My swimming gear
The first two are generally more important in a general sense, but you've got to leave some time to think about what you need to get done today. Otherwise you just end up having some brilliant theory on politics but you look like you've been dragged backwards through a hedge.