29 Sydney, Australia
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My self-summary
My name is Bonnie and I'm a pretty great catch.
I’m really good at
Identifying Irish people in photos (bit of a party trick)
The first things people usually notice about me
I wasn’t sure about this as no-one has ever volunteered the information. For the purposes of this profile, I took it on myself to ask a few people who I now know well to share their first impressions of me.

My primary school side-kick,Ceara: “On your first day at St Mary’s, everyone agreed you were a bitch.”

A Uni Classmate,Mitchel: “I remember thinking you had a good sense of humor. It was an enjoyable level of awkward hilariousness.”

My good friend,Philip: “Honestly? I thought you were hot. I wanted to make a move. But then I got to know you.”

My best buddy,Carol, “I wanted to know you because I felt you could see things for the way they really were, and you would be honest and genuine about things, always. That felt good.”
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: My favorite book of all time is ‘Grimble and Grimble at Christmas’ by Clement Freud. It's an excellent book. Apart from this great classic and my text books, I prefer to consume my books in the form of audiobook. I love them, judge me if you wish.

Movies/TV: I have a short attention span so it’s rare for me to enjoy an entire movie without an interval. I prefer to watch TV shows. Most of my favourite shows are comedies but I also like docos on pretty much any topic and I like to fall asleep to the soothing voice of Tony Jones on Lateline.
The six things I could never do without
-Dogs. I don’t even own a dog but I think a world without dogs in it would be hideous.
-Carbohydrates. I do not support the anti-carb movement.
-My 3 big sisters. They do all of life’s most difficult things before I have to, and are able to warn me of pot holes in the road before I get to them. They are my personal guinea pigs.
-My glasses.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
What happens when you die? And why do some people think they need quilted toilet paper?
On a typical Friday night I am
I must admit that I do spend some depressing Friday nights studying. I’d rather be out and about though, having a drink with friends.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I find that wearing an imaginary tail gives you confidence.
You should message me if
You think we might get along.