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My self-summary
I live in Poland. It's nice, but it's also probably inconvenient for you/me/the population of Poland.
What I’m doing with my life
Teaching Polish people English and failing to grasp the labyrinthine nature of Polish grammar.
I’m really good at
Cooking, rubbish puns, and remembering facts that will only ever be useful in a pub quiz.
The first things people usually notice about me
I'm hairy. I'm a bit chunky. I get a lot of "Alan from The Hangover" remarks these days. I always find this annoying at first, but then I remember that Zach Galifianakis is actually pretty cool.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: Slaughterhouse 5, Catch-22, 1984. I only read books if there's a number in the title, apparently.

Films: Loads of stuff. I did film studies at university so I'm a bit of a ponce, but I also love cheesy 80s action films. Getting drunk and watching notoriously bad films (The Room, Manos: Hands of Fate, etc) is a favourite hobby of mine too.

Programmes: Father Ted is probably the funniest thing ever. The Wire is great, as is Breaking Bad. There's a reason everyone is all like "you HAAAAVE to watch it".

Music: metal (high pitched rather than growly, on the whole)
rap (I'm an upper lower middle class white male, so obviously older stuff is better)
Poland has also opened my eyes to the wonders of disco polo

I'm pretty bad at keeping up to date with music. I don't really like stuff that gets played in clubs. I don't really like clubs.
The Flaming Lips, Wu Tang Clan, Deltron 3030, Nine Inch Nails, Clutch, Iron Maiden, Kraftwerk, Rush, Daft Punk, Tool, Mastodon. And much more, of course.

Food: My waistline is solid evidence of my enjoyment of food. I like most things, and picky eaters really get on my wick. Sushi is as delicious as it is annoyingly expensive. Mexican's probably my favourite cuisine. Polish food has revealed itself to be pretty decent, apart from the shitty rock hard bread.
The six things I could never do without
Friends, tasty food, vaguely intelligent conversation, things that come on discs, my eyes, the occasional videogame binge.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
New ways of telling Polish people how to pronounce "mountain".
On a typical Friday night I am
Drinking away the pain of the working week, preferably in a place where I don't have to dance.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I've never seen The Sound of Music.
You should message me if
You're really cool. And have a name I can make loads of puns out of.