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My self-summary
Hello there.

I'm a fairly normal (promise) early 30s professional living and working in London. Gin and red wine lover but no longer into big benders; city explorer but a bumpkin at heart; culture vulture but love a good trashy TV show; curvetastic, active, ambitious and some other brilliant adjectives too.

I love London's cultural richness as I enjoy finding new places to explore. Love going to the theatre, cinema, museums etc, or meandering around aimlessly taking in the city. My family live in the countryside so I'm a bit of a bumpkin at heart - love getting out of the city and into the middle of nowhere every now and again.

Other things I like: coffee, Brixton, books (Foyles is my spirit home), Parks and Rec, yoga, walking, dogs, forests, GoT, all things Italian, men in glasses, live folk music, autumn, New York, Hans Zimmer movie soundtracks, radio 3, 4 and 6music in no particular order
What I’m doing with my life
I impart wisdom to the yoof of London. Someone's gotta do it. And I'm lucky that I love it.
I’m really good at
Jack of all trades, Master of none.
The first things people usually notice about me
I smile. Quite a lot. But only when something is worth smiling at (and I find that is quite often)
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
A random snippet: Sebastian Faulks, musicals and plays, crime thrillers, comedies, Fleet Foxes, Boy and Bear, Vance Joy, Majid Jordan, The Weeknd, Frank Ocean, Jane Austen, Jamie Oliver, Italian food.
The six things I could never do without
1. Family
2. Books
3. Earphones
4. Citymapper
5. Coffee
6. The specs.

To be fair I could probably live without all but no.1... and 6.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
My next meander in and around London - and how it'd be quite nice to share that with someone.

Currently, I think an awful lot about my travel plans for this year - Aus and NZ, watch out! Anyone got any tips?
On a typical Friday night I am
in the pub with work colleagues putting the world to rights. Then either crawling home far too early to watch a really terrible RomCom/ awesome boxset with the housies or (very) occasionally heading into Brixton to dance like idiots.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
There is a poster of Ryan Gosling in my kitchen. He will not be moved.
You should message me if
you have something to say for yourself. If you have a quick sense of humour and you like laughing, then you're on the right track. I don't exactly know what the definition of 'banter' is (and it is such an annoying word!), but I know that a good date needs it... Other than that, I don't believe in lists of perfect qualities. Imperfections are equally as attractive.

Say hellooooo