34Walthamstow, United Kingdom
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My self-summary
I see a lot of theatre, an average number of films and not enough gigs. I probably am squarely in the metropolitan liberal bubble that seems to be so popular these days. Although I don't own a ukulele or a cute dog, I still feel I might be an OKC walking cliche.

Having coming to the conclusion that being adventurous is all well and good, evenings spent in my flat, drinking wine and pondering whether Netflix recommends knows me better than i know myself are also to be relished.

^All the above + someone to do them with feels like something definitely worth investigating!
What I’m doing with my life
Hmm, well I just ditched my job in order to give myself some time to think about what I want to do next. (Hellooo, mid-30s mini-crisis!) So currently I'm just enjoying being funemployed - a London wastrel looking to make the most of the days.

Next up, who knows? Any suggestions?
I’m really good at
Retaining a certain - and some would say infuriating - equanimity at pretty much all times. (Years spent in mental health and working with the public is probably to blame for this).

Also a pretty dab hand in the kitchen (although others will have to be the judge of that!).
The first things people usually notice about me
Slightly beardy, arms and legs in the places you'd usually expect to find them.

That when I start talking I don't always seem to know exactly where the sentence is going to end up
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I like things, other things and things I don't yet know I will like.

I particularly like...
... the TV shows of Joss Whedon
... the films of the Coen Brothers
... the acting of Humphrey Bogart and of Julianne Moore
... the choreography of Bob Fosse
... the soul of Otis Redding
... the voice of Joni Mitchell
... the energy of the Electric Swing Circus
... the sentences of Cormac McCarthy
... the playfulness of Jorge Luis Borges
... the imagination of Margaret Atwood and Philip K Dick
... the essays of Umberto Eco
... the collected works of Shakespeare
Six things I could never do without
Super, an easily digestible list, well here you go

Spotify's Discover Weekly
All the spirits (except you, pesky, dangerous Tequilla)
Podcasts (*Hello to Jason Isaacs and Hello from the magic tavern)
Good food
Kindle (damn you Amazon)
I spend a lot of time thinking about
stories in fiction and in the real-world; why we tell them and why we tell them the way that we tell them.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
is I have become unduly fascinated by D&D (and I'm not sure how to feel about this!)
You should message me if
if you want to enjoy pointless, digressive conversations about nothing much at all with someone who will never ask if you want to see a Michael Bay film.
The two of us