Now, I'm not saying you're nosey, but I'm guessing you're here as you'd like to know a little bit about me. I'm assuming you mean the things I like (and what I don't) and such-and-such? Well brace yourself—here comes the hard sell.
Highly motivated. Hard working. Retired football player. Book addict. Prince fan. Blonde hair. Tall-ish. Graphic Designer. Type Geek (or so I'm told).
Weight: chubbier than I look; Eyes: bluey-greeny-browny (depending on who you ask and when); Allergies: none yet, fingers crossed; Designer trait: choosing books based on their covers, criticising End movie credits (why always centred? Why?) and holding posters up with hands for no apparent reason other than trend (you've got me going now…)
I live in Manchester, travel to the motherland of Barnsley every other weekend, and visit El'Capital (London) as and when. I didn't have any pets, but now I have Betty.
I like tea, reading books, although not as often as I'd like, the words poppycock and pish, beer, watching Barnsley FC generally lose at football, playing football (much better in my head than on the pitch) and curry.
My favourite sweetie is now a toss up between Kit Kats (four fingers) and Sports Mixture, and I think I'm addicted to chewing gum (or choddy as, so I'm told, us Northerners call it).
A good book I think you should read (for the creative's) A Technique for Producing Ideas by James Webb Young and A Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger (for everyone else). Don't worry, I'm no assassin, but if that's too deep for you (a lot of people tend to make the "Jeeeze" noise when it's mentioned) then you should seek anything by Mr. Eggers or Then We Came To The End by Joshua Ferris. Lovely.
I'm not so fond of spiders (OK I hate them), the word data, watching Barnsley FC generally lose all of the time at football, and I hate jolly ranchers (the sweets, that is).
And for the visually biased of us out there, I've crammed all this into a lovely diagram, my pie (even though it doesn't add up to 100%—was never the best at math).