It is entirely impossible for anyone to describe themselves in a book, let alone a couple of words, but I suppose there are a few things it would be good for you to know about me.
My name is (insert boring name here) - a boring name perhaps but better than my mums first option (insert awful name here). I grew up in a pub, which has it's pro's and cons. I went to 13 schools overall (lucky for some) mainly because my parents were indecisive.
I studied Theatre and Performance at Warwick university. I am part of a moderately soon to be very successful theatre company, I am a Guinness World Record holder. I am a writer, currently working on radio plays for the BBC, and a novel. I am a therapist of sorts, working with children with ASD, which is extraordinary.
I am extremely vivacious, but am at the opposite end of camp. I am not really up for camp guys in a romantic way - honesty is the best policy.
I used to be a bell ringer and this is something I want to get back in to.
If I only one day left in London I would start by watching the sun rise from parliament hill before having breakfast in little Venice. I'd stroll around Battersea Park and then stare at the Power Station. I'd prey they would re-open the boating lake on top of the Hayward and take a cruise across the roof tops. Lunch would have to be at Franco Manca in Brixton, which serves the best pizza in London. It would be a sunny day so a swim on Hamstead Heath would be a good cool down. I would have a wee look round the V and A then catch Withnail and I at the open air cinema in Regents Park. Pre-dinner drinks at The Salisbury and then The American Bar at the Savoy. I would watch Waterloo sunset on Waterloo bridge, listening to The Kinks, and probably kiss someone, if only a stranger. Dinner at Polpo, entertainment at Le Clique, last drink at Gordons wine bar, and home.
Book - The Secret Life of Oscar Wilde or The Arrival
CD - Everything by Cat Stevens and Becks
Film - Some like it hot
Comedy - Nighty Night
About his ideal match
what I would like to do is far too weird, so lets stick with what you want to do.
I don't like to miss opportunities so in the inspiring words of the national lottery, it could be you.