I embrace the power of AND. Live near the countryside but love socialising with friends in the city. Enjoy roller derby, running and mountain biking yet also chill out with books, films with friends, various computers and game consoles. Cook tasty vegan food and then munch black pudding the following day.
Seeking an interesting, independent, child free woman with a geeky streak and a love of trying different and new things rather than sitting at home.
Traveling. Most recently to Oslo, Iceland, and Germany. Hot weather? can do that any time - magnificent scenary rules.
Socialising with friends is definitely a priority, whether at a book club, a film discussion/excuse for beer club, or just catching up with people
Work is necessary in the absence of the magic lottery retirement fund - technical sysadmin/support/coding computery stuff that provides pennies to do the more fun things in life.
Does talking shite and being distracted by beer and shiny things count?
Otherwise cooking, skating, fettling computers, and writing a bit.
Aside from that, probably some sort of derby related or vaguely nerdy t shirt, unless I decide to dress up. Talking about something silly, or possibly intellectual, ideally with a pint of beer.
Immediate impressions are that I'm slim, look a tad younger than I am, and that I'm ready for any excuse to chat and have food or drink, with friends.
My top choices for 2015 films would be The Lobster, Mad Max, and Birdman. Otherwise I'm a fan of cult, drama and action. Terry Gilliam is a favourite director of mine.
Book wise book clubs keep me busy, but generally classics, science fiction, fantasy and mild horror consume my reading habits. John Scalzi is pretty awesome, as are (parts of) Robin Hobb's offerings.
Computer wise RPGs, adventures and some FPSes are appreciated, although I don't seem to have much spare time to play games at the moment
The chance of you being able to easily use my computer keyboards is low, even if you can touch type..
The metaphorical pipe and slippers aren't an option for you yet; the occasional night in is ok, but life is for living.