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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), 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, crispy sunny winter days, an excellent cinema, nutri-bulleting everything.
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, Boy and Bear, Vance Joy, Majid Jordan, The Weeknd, Frank Ocean, F Scott Fitzgerald, Italian food.
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 find myself thinking more and more about the footprint we humans leave on the planet and how I can help. Is this what happens in your 30s? You develop a globally minded conscience?!
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. It occurs to me that he might be there even when I'm old and grey - and this doesn't bother me. Hm.
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
The two of us