30 London, United Kingdom
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My self-summary
I should begin by saying this wasn't my idea and shall continue to be on my list of 'Things friends convinced me to do while I was hungover.'
That should be a pretty leading statement to anyone who wants to get to know me.
I'm a graduate with no clear direction in life, if you gave me a sheet of paper and asked me to write the three things I wanted to achieve in life I'd probably doodle on it, write my shopping list on the back and then forget the question.
I'm deeply sarcastic, have a sense of humour about as black as Alastair Darling's eyebrows and I'm an Apple-fangirl. Deal with it.

Also, I am horrified by how many people cannot list 6 things under "6 things you couldn't live without" and am unlikely to reply to a message if you've not answered a single question on your profile - nothing says let's chat like a 0% match.
What I’m doing with my life
I work, I travel and I write.
And I drink.
I’m really good at
Being sarcastic, being drunk, being there. Hopefully not so bad at the writing thing, making music, using computers, knitting and any 'a la ding cuisine.' (you'll have to ask me to find out)
The first things people usually notice about me
a dirty laugh and rapunzal-stylee hair.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
My favourite books would have to include Nick Hornby - High Fidelity and Douglas Adams... any Douglas Adams, any time.
I watch a lot of movies - big sci-fi fan so I LOVED the new Trek film and the Avengers makes me happy. Favourites would include His Girl Friday, Eternal Sunshine and Kill Bill.
Music is an impossible thing to summarise but let's start with the Rolling Stones and go from there toward Ani DiFranco and Nina Simone, a de tour via GaGa and ska punk and we'll be getting somewhere.
I'm a big fan of pop culture - and I'm a total Whedon girl and I love anything Aaron Sorkin writes.
As far as food goes, give me fried noodles and I'm a happy girl.
The six things I could never do without
My iPhone, my oyster card, sex, rock & roll (is that one or two things?) a broadband internet connection and... some form of alcoholic beverage. Preferably a nice cider but I'd have to ice-cubes, and then I'd have to have a freezer to keep them in, then I'd have to have electricity to run it and then I'd need mains power... So maybe I'll just settle for rum because that's not too unbearable when it's warm.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
The next thing I'm about to forget.
On a typical Friday night I am
Sitting in a pub garden bitching about work, talking about all the stuff I could be doing but will actually never get round to doing.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Now, then it wouldn't be private any more, would it?
You should message me if
You consider yourself a browncoat, you own an iPod, you have a favourite Rolling Stones album and you don't take yourself/this place, too seriously.
Also if you like to chat ;)