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My self-summary
Slightly eccentric, usually charming, always dreaming, increasingly pissed off at the world.
What I’m doing with my life
I'm very happily loved up in a polyamorous relationship with darellebunny, and actively looking to meet new shiny people. I live in the world's most middle class commune, and I have a new job starting soon which hopefully won't eat my soul as much as I fear it might.
I’m really good at
Seeing the funny side of things, cooking, hugging, terrible puns.
The first things people usually notice about me
I'm a big chap with long hair and a beard. Of course in some circles that's not even slightly noteworthy, so probably a big smile and a rather posh accent.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Omnivorous so long as it's not processed pap. No McDonald's, chick lit, Simon Cowell or Ricky Gervais, otherwise I'll pretty much put anything into the appropriate facehole. I mean, sensory organ. Actually, that's no better is it? Drat.

Oh, you wanted specifics? Well, Jorge Luis Borges and Jasper Fforde, Amelie and Lord of the Rings, Firefly and QI, Leonard Cohen and show tunes, tarka dall and cassoulet. All mixed up together on a bed of Shakespeare.
Six things I could never do without
Good food and drink shared with good people.
Space of my own to dream.
Seeing the silliness in everyday things.
Cosy nights in with a loved one.
Escapes to wild places.
Garlic. It just makes everything better. Except cheesecake.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
All the many and various ways the world (and especially the government) find to screw over anyone who doesn't fit.

I'm not actually grumpy very often, and I generally have a smile on my face. I can turn anything into a terrible joke, and I spend a lot of time wondering about distant and improbable futures. I freely admit that my brain's usually away with the fairies doing very important fairy work, yes.
On a typical Friday night I am
At the theatre, in a pub or restaurant, cooking for friends or curled up in front of some wallpaper. I mean television.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I sometimes describe the world to an imaginary viking. I think it helps me better understand the way society and technology work by putting into simple terms. Which is probably saner but certainly duller than having an imaginary friend.
You should message me if
you like the good things in life, but don't take them seriously.
The two of us