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My self-summary
"A bounder, but not a cad."

I read. I talk a lot. I enter into every undertaking with a sense of child-like wonder.

Likes to pretend he's a terrible human being, but actually spends his time helping all manner of gypsies, tramps and thieves.
What I’m doing with my life
Keep buggering on.

And cycling.
I’m really good at
Old ladies bloody love me. They have good taste. I'm like a magnet that attracts old ladies in trouble.

I can dance. The ability to dance with a partner is the greatest skill a young man can have.
The first things people usually notice about me
My cocky stride and musky odours.

My accent attracts a few comments. Apparently it sounds beautiful when I say the words "burglar alarm".
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Serge Gainsbourg. A man could do worse than to emulate him.

The Flashman series of novels by George MacDonald Fraser. Flashman is, in many ways, my hero. In other ways, not so much.

Also, George Melly and Louis Armstrong are musicians that I have a lot of time for. I also love Prince. I am not ashamed of this.

Lastly, Robert Burns is an astonishing poet. And not just for the reasons you'd think.
Six things I could never do without
Second hand bookshops and journeys on public transport during which I can read books. Train delays have led to me being well-read.

Dancing. Specifically, dancing with a partner. More specifically, dancing blues with a partner.

It's says six things; I gave three. And three's what you'll get.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
"My dear,

We need to make books cool again. If you go home with somebody and they don’t have books, don’t fuck them. Don’t let them explore you until they’ve explored the secret universes of books. Don’t let them connect with you until they’ve walked between the lines on the pages.

Books are cool, if you have to withhold yourself from someone for a bit in order for them to realize this then do so.

Truly yours,
John Samuel Waters"
On a typical Friday night I am
Ain't no such thing as a typical Friday night! Am I right ladies?!?!
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Frankly, this kind of permissive questioning is exactly what David Cameron is referring to when he talks about Broken Britain.
You should message me if
You realise that none of the above was written entirely seriously. I hate that I've had to add this caveat.
The two of us