42 • Glasgow, Strathclyde, United Kingdom
Female / Single / ID: 2877515
Seeking Female 30 - 47 living within 50 kms of Glasgow, Strathclyde, United Kingdom For: Friendship, Romance / Dating, Long Term Relationship
Last active: 16 hours ago
Other, Board / Card Games, Camping / Nature, Computers / Internet, Cooking / Food and Wine, Dining Out, Family, Music (Listening), Movies / Cinema, Traveling, TV: Entertainment, Video / Online Games
American, Barbecue, Seafood, Indian, Italian, Chinese / Dim Sum, Continental, Deli, Vegan, Fast Food / Pizza, Mexican
Other, Dance / Techno, Metal, Pop, Rock
Aerobics, Archery, Baseball / Softball, Basketball, Cycling, Hiking, Jogging / Running, Pool / Billards, Tennis / Badminton, Walking
Tricky, tricky, tricky - I'll need to make it several
So many to choose from but here's a handful in no particular order.
Me, Myself & Irene - Sometimes I wish I could split like that, Limitless - For those days when you think about your potential, Happy Gilmore - We all need our happy place, Stickmen - I like to play pool and love the characters, They Live - Pretty honest view of the world in some regards, DOA - Good clean fun, no brain required, DEBs - As above plus Lucy Diamond, Pretty Woman - A classic
Been a while since I've read anything substantial so I'm having to go quite far back in time for this one.
I liked the Drizzt Do'Urden books by RA Salvatore. A dark elf with nothing in common with his kin travelling to the world above. Swords, sorcery and a magical panther.
The Spell Singer series by Alan Dean Foster was another fave with the protagonist being pulled from our world into one populated by talking animals. Discovers he can weave magic by playing pop/rock songs on his duar (fancy guitar).
The Happy Prince by Oscar Wilde always makes me cry by the end even decades later.
It's funny but looking at them right now I see a pattern for misfits going on to do great things.
My day to day diet is pretty good but considered boring to the rest of the world.
Breakfast - Special K, raisins, banana, mocha, amoretti biscuits & handful of magic beans (vitamins)
Lunch - Diet shake
Dinner - Something cheap and cheerful but probably not too healthy
I like my routines, it's healthy and sets me up well for when it's time to be bad and have a treat.
Treat times are much more fun.
I enjoy the standard foods Chinese, Italian, Indian etc but I do enjoy trying new things. Although that did have adverse effects when I took a spoonful of Wasabi at World Buffet as I'd never seen it before. Apparently, you are only supposed to have that in very small amounts but it was hilarious.
The deal at Greggs is a favourite for having a mocha with sweet or savoury treat.
Like most things I can range from a fine Italian meal (Classic Bolognese, parmesan, garlic bread, Chianti, Tiramisu, Cappuccino and Amoretti biscuits) through to a Munchie Box (kebab meat, mixed pakora, onion rings, chips and cheese).
Not to overlook a nice wee fryup once in a while too.
Yeah I like my food for sure.
From Love Fool by the Cardigans to Conversation Over by Halestorm I rarely have trouble finding music to match my impulses,
Of late most of my newer bands have been around for ages but I'm only just catching up as YouTube suggests them.
Linsey Stirling inspires my angels and her song Shatter Me led me to Lzzy Hale of Halestorm who can soothe my demons.
My 80's and 90's pop cheesefests always make me smile.
Also enjoy some really random stuff like the Hu Band with Yuve Yuve Yu. Mongolian throat singing plus a touch of rock.
Hair - 99% pony tail and fringe - I like it and it works
Work - Black pencil skirt, purple polo shirt, black tights and small heels
Play time - Depends on the activity but mostly in skinny jeans/skirt with a v-neck tshirt and trainers
Going out (casual) - Skirt/coated jeans, top and heels
Must have accessories - iWatch, bracelet and my silver triquetra necklace
I consider myself to be pretty low maintenance but enjoy looking good.
I'd smile and say it's an acquired taste.
As long as nobody is hurt in the process everything is fair game with many a time resulting in my siblings and I laughing our heads off whilst our mum is smiling but shaking her head saying "that's atrocious".
I enjoy movies like Happy Gilmore, Dogma, & Stickmen.
Still Game remains a firm favourite and I'm currently finishing off Frasier which is fantastic.
Once in a while something will just pop into my head and I'll be in fits of giggles to that can't breathe stage.
In short if there is a good honest laugh to be had I'll be there joining in.
Chilled to perfection - I'm warm and loving but completely unphased when all hell breaks loose
My first priority is the wellbeing of my family and friends.
After that it's play time which can range from an impromptu nap to climbing a mountain.
Loyal to a fault and completely honest to those who have earned my trust.