37 • Manchester, Manchester, Reino Unido
Mujer / Soltero/a / Identificación: 670151
Buscando Mujer 24 - 40 Viviendo dentro 250 kms de Manchester, Manchester, Reino Unido Por: Amistad, Romance-citas
Ultimo Ingreso: Hace más de 12 meses
Se consideran así mismos:
Bares-clubs-discotecas, Juegos de mesa-cartas, Camping-naturaleza, Conciertos-música en directo, Cocinar-Comida y Vino, Comer fuera, Cenas en casas, Familia, Escuchar-ver música, Películas-cine, Museos-galerías, Lectura, Teatro, Viajar, Ver deportes
Americana, Francesa, Este Medio, Alemana, Marisco, Griega, India, Italiana, China-Dim Sum, Japonesa-Sushi-Española (?), Deli, Europea de Este, Mediterranea, Mexicana
Alternativa, Pop, Rock
Beisbol, Bolos, Excursionismo, Correr, Billar, Rugby, Fútbol, Tenis-badminton, Caminar
The Silence of the Lambs or Persona or Hedwig and the Angry Inch or the Piano Teacher or (insert ubiquitous lesbian film) Aimee and Jaguar! Not Lost and Delirious...that's just pants.
The Secret History or the Great Gatsby or the Tin Drum or Coming Up for Air or L'Assammoir (in English, obvs).
Spanish, French, modern European, middle Eastern are my favourite styles to cook. I did a cookery course last year, which was a bit basic but I really enjoyed it and would love to do another one this year.
If I feel like splashing out I love to eat modern British. My favourite places, if you're familiar with Manchester, are the Lime Tree, Damson (amazing food) and No. 4. If it's cheap and cheerful, you can't beat the Armernian Taverna.
I also love Japanese food. But I haven't eaten sushi for about six months because I went through a really heavy duty salmon sashimi stage with my friend! I'm also just exploring the delights of Eastern European food, thanks to my schnitzel obsessed Slovakian friends!
I'm also a bit obsessed with finding the perfect burger. So far the front runner is a place called The Bird in Berlin. I swear to God, it nearly killed me! And nearly stopped me being able to drink large bottles of German beer. But it didn't, in fact I ended up in a club where men were openly licking each others arm pits on the dance floor. That was an interesting night, I thought I'd stumbled on to the set of Party Monster
Alternative - le tigre, Pj Harvey, Joy Division, Laura Marling, Cat Power, Sharon Van Etten, Wild Flag, Sleater Kinney, Bikini Kill, Electrelane, Bat for Lashes, Throwing Muses, the Mac (Fleetwood, not 'Return of...)
Errr...! Fairly casual but on the smarter side! Somewhere between boyish and relaxed 'feminine'. What a question! I'm not physically fit but I am active...
Hmmm. Perhaps a bit sarcastic but never cruel. Quite dry sometimes but also silly when the mood takes me. I tend to joke around quite a lot. Especially when it isn't appropriate, like in meetings at work.
Badminton, football, cooking, reading, cinema, museums, art galleries, photography (looking at, for the moment. I really want to buy a camera).
Mostly Europe. I've been to Berlin three times (amazing city), Madrid, Barcelona, Paris, various non touristy places in Spain. I am planning a European city break with a friend this year...possibly Rome. My dream is to drive part of America.
Very adaptive. But words, language, literature are very important to me so I prefer not to have a language 'barrier'.
Well, a lazy morning in bed, a nice breakfast (prepared by me I suppose), a walk in the countryside and a nice meal somewhere. The next day, cinema, maybe a game of badminton ( I love badminton, did I mention) a drink in the local pub and then I'd cook a nice dinner.
I'm mostly relaxed and laid back about life but I have my hang ups like everyone! I tend to not be easily riled but I will stand up for what I believe in. I'm more of a follower in the sense that I'm happy to bow to group consensus. But again, if I feel strongly enough about something, I will speak up.
Someone with a similar sense of humour...I definitely get on better with people who are intimate with sarcasm. Someone with a deep enough personality to keep me on my toes, I really enjoy talking to people who are different. I need someone with a degree of complexity. But also sees life for everything it has to offer. What I mean is, a touch of melancholy can be incredibly attractive but it's important to never lose sight of how amazing the world is. It's perfectly natural to feel down from time to time and you shouldn't fight it but it's important to appreciate the things you have, not focus on the things you don't. Apologies if that sounded a bit like I've just sat through a sixteen hour marathon of Trisha.