I am a writer and an English lecturer. I've lived in Tokyo and Vietnam and love to travel - especially in Asia. I like reading and am completely addicted to films. I'm into Chinese food (crazy for dim-sum), going to the gym and monkeys; I would love to live in a lighthouse, enjoy thunder storms and snow, like watching football, find children very amusing, love going out with friends and talking for hours, enjoy chatting in bed, have never been skiing and my family owns a very large dog and a very small horse. I don't expect every relationship to work out, but it's always great to make new friendships.
I don't like arrogance or carelessness with other people. A sense of humour is pretty important, as well as kindness, but I value people I can make a connection with - the sort of situation where you think the same sort of things but always manage to surprise and fascinate each other, where someone makes you want to be the best version of yourself, but also makes you feel totally comfortable. And if someone can spell better than me, that would also be a bonus (I need all the help I can get). I reckon I've said it all already, but whether it's friendship or a love to outlast even mankind itself and the universe as we know it, it would be nice if you liked dimsum. I can't stress the importance of dimsum enough. If you like going for long walks, reading books out loud, seeing plays and talking about them, going to pubs and falling over and indulging in pointless but amusing running jokes then lets meet up.
I am imaginative, silly, and thoughtful
But if I were, I'd teach the animals to swear.
My quite eye-watering wealth.
Also, sex - I like it, but sometimes it all seems bloody complicated and daunting. There's a bunch of people on this site who either seem like experts at it or treat it like a way to fill a bit of spare time with a random stranger. I'm not Victorian about it, I'd just rather be a bit thoughtful about who I get naked with.
Also, if you're quirky but also full of endearing faults. Or even not-so-endearing fauls. It's just that 99% of people on here seem to be super-confident yoga specialists with zero body fat who have travelled to 306 different countries and have a dizzyingly busy social life while kicking ass at two dozen different hobbies.
I'm just bumbling through it all and would like someone else to bumble with.