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My self-summary
I just reread what I had written here before and I seemed utterly boring and painfully normal, so in an effort to not sound like a total square here is my honest self appraisal: I am constantly fascinated by something new everyday, which makes me a handy trivia partner but it distracts me from thinking of anything seriously for too long. I have no idea what I want to do with my life so I'm trying everything, I've just started making lollies with a friend as a confectioner which is awesome fun. I get frustrated when I think about greed, and generally conservatism. I really enjoy having conversations with anyone and everyone, about quite anything so if you're free let's have a coffee and a chat.
What I’m doing with my life
I think I've settled on a life goal of "do good, and have fun doing it." I'm working on my masters of environmental management at the moment and I would love to be working in some sort of green job. I think I've decided I really want to build a house. Mostly with my own hands, it just seems like one of those things I ought to enjoy and suffer through at some point.
I’m really good at
I'd like to think I'm really good at trivia, but I think everyone does, dont they? One thing I am not really good at, but would like to be, is growing vegetables. I am a very amateur urban farmer
The first things people usually notice about me
Probably my smile, I tend to smile a lot.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I am a massive cinephile, so too many movies to name but anything by Scorsese, the Coen brothers, Danny Boyle, is awesome. My favourite film would have to be Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.
My music tastes are pretty varied, but indie rock/pop is usually what I'm listening to, Jezabels, The Yeah Yeah Yeahs, The Strokes, Metric, The Grates, Laura Marling, Sarah Blasko, and also a bit of old school hip hop too.
Books, I read a fair few for uni, but when Im not studying its usually something like Michael Pollan, or John Safran Foer, but I love a good funny book too like Tony Martin's Lollyscramble.
Food, I think I am a bit of foodie, but hopefully not in the snobby way. I think we tend not to give food, and eating much place in our society anymore and thats a bit sad, so anywhere theres a long, slow, fresh meal going, I am happy.
The six things I could never do without
Six is a lot of things, but lets say; my motorcycle, my vespa, my bicycle, my kindle, my cookbooks, and a good coffee.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
sadly uni work. But when I'm not consumed by essays, I spend a lot of time thinking about the environment, or whats on the ABC.
On a typical Friday night I am
usually having a drink with friends at the pub, sometimes catching a show, or out to dinner. I like to cycle around the city at night too, if Im not catching up with friends.
You should message me if
you're looking for someone to share a film or some of my terrible cider with :)