Like many people on OkCupid, I routinely
climb Everest on a Sunday morning before breakfast. I like dry humoured people with passion for something(s) in their lives. Bonus points if you can pass a primary school spelling/grammar test and don't own an axe.
I've never been to Thailand, so I won't bore your face off about the life-changing experience I had kissing a monkey underneath a mystic waterfall.
This is a very OkCupid-specific disclaimer: I'm not particularly looking to meet any poly-genderqueer-elf-witches. Please don't put a spell on me, I had to set the line somewhere :)
I like updating my profile and appreciating what my younger self wrote ("Touché, last week's Callum, touché").
I've been self-employed in online retail for some years now. It's hard work but I love the flexibility it provides, although you have to be strong to avoid slipping into Netflix marathons at inappropriate moments.
I also like history, cycling, exercise, dinosaur jokes, Formula One, board games, volleyball, spinning class, yoga, reading, writing, posting random stuff to people I know and waiting for their reaction, and pushing hipsters in front of moving traffic.
- Winning at board games and Cards against Humanity.
All food is good, but sushi is better.
I enjoy most music whilst happily oblivious as to who performs it.
Making long lists of obscure hipster bands seems to be popular here however, and I do want to fit in. Gotta love a bit of Toyboy Sex-Offense Badger Blender :)
The bumper book of bunny suicides.
I also really like self-development theory books. I'm currently reading a fascinating book about how habits work.
Alan Partridge, Archer, Breaking Bad, Band of Brothers, Dexter (If the final series never existed), Father Ted, Fawlty Towers, Game of Thrones, House of Cards, Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, Michael Palin, Rick and Morty, Orange is the New Black, Takeshi's castle, The Blue Planet, The Daily Show, The Good Wife, The Office USA, The West Wing.
...Put Michael Palin on a camel and stick him with a camera crew in any bemused country, and I'll be happy.
- The small number of people in our lives who we know we'll know forever
- The freedom to live the lives we want to lead
- Witty conversation with people who can write and speak good
- A stupid ginger cat
- Sixth thing
I ate three Peanut Butter Magnums today. Can't find anything on the box about how much of my five-a-day they'll contribute towards?
I'd like to meet someone able to judge the appropriate amount of dry pasta required for a meal. What I'm trying to say is, I'd like to meet a wizard.
Message suggestion: What's the most recent thing you did that pushed you outside of your comfort zone?
Bonus points if you're Polish and can teach me some new phrases!