I like to read books that won't let me go,watch DVDs that are a bit left field;documentaries and angsty European arthouse stuff....or even British comedy,when I can find any. If I can't,I simply invent my own. I like making people laugh.Although I can tread water with the small talk I'd prefer to have a conversation that is closer to 'meaningful' than spout fluff to pass the time.
I can't see 'likes',so unless you drop me a hint I may not know.
I also work nights,three a week,leaving me a fair bit of free time-the yard is almost weeded-OK,more than halfway there!
I've been eating healthier and cut out drinking but otherwise I'm in good shape(B.T.W. I'm not an alkie or a 7th day adventist).No fast food . Sports are generally a turn off for me-sorry,semi-sedentary cyclist here.
No tats or piercings which seems to count as 'different' around these parts, although I do have chickens and a herb garden.Ideally,it would be nice to meet someone who's literate, funny and musical,online even-who knows.......
I work nights. Thurs/fri/Saturday but generally have the rest of the week free.
Books:The cello suites'-Eric Siblin.
Revolution in the head-Ian Mac Donald.
Everything by Patrick O'Brien
Currently reading 'The geography of nowhere',by Kunstler.Fascinating,if you want to know why America looks the way it does.
Film;Withnail & I
The kite runner
Talk to me
Persuasion(90s-Amanda Root version)
anything 'kitchen sink' from the UK(nostalgia!)
almost anything by Loach,Winterbottom and Leigh-you get the picture.....
Music;lots of fiddle and guitar stuff from the British Isles(surprise!)and the rest of the world-literally.
Baroque and early music
World music-especially stuff from Hawaii,India,Russian guitar,Arabic,kora from Mali and guitar from Madagascar.
Country music from the 40s,50s and 60s
Jazz,from ragtime through to early bop.
Oh-I can't see who has 'liked' me,so do drop me a line.