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My self-summary
Londoner. Social worker. Chelsea fan. Avid watcher of rubbish TV. Brownie leader. Lazy online profile writer.

Likes the smell of rain, potatoes, Haribo sour cherries, and politics. Hates wasps, poor spelling, waiting for public transport, and rude people.
What I’m doing with my life
Like most on here, I'm busy working hard during the week, then playing hard at weekends. I must admit though, two big nights out on the trot is a bit of a killer for me now! I love getting to the theatre or gigs when I can, having a few cocktails or beers in one of London's many pubs/bars or catching up with friends over dinner (mmmm....dinner). I'm also prone to lazy evenings watching rubbish TV or reading, as I quite often feel my brain's too mushy for much else, or needs complete escapism, after a day's work. I volunteer with a Brownie pack once a week with the odd weekend activity thrown in there. It's basically a chance for me to be a big kid apart from the organising/supervising bit - such fun!
I’m really good at
Talking to people in an overly familiar way within about 5 minutes of knowing them. You'll either find it unnerving or endearing.
The first things people usually notice about me
that I talk a lot, and normally gesticulate like crazy while I talk.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I could waffle on for ages here, but will try my best not to!
Top 3 books are Little Women by Louisa M Alcott, Living History by Hillary Rodham Clinton, and IT by Stephen King.
Top 3 films are Election, Little Women (1949) and Dumb And Dumber.
Top 3 bands/artists are Foo Fighters, Stevie Wonder and Radiohead.
Top 3 TV shows are Frasier, Black Adder and The West Wing.
Six things I could never do without
my friends and family, my phone, my debit card, music, books and cups of tea.
On a typical Friday night I am
normally being pretty average and having dinner and drinks with friends, or chilling at home.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
When I hear a police car, I always sing the theme tune to The Bill on my head.
You should message me if
You like what you read and have a bit of spark to you!
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