AngryLibrarian
AngryLibrarian34, London
"Woman Killed by Little Glass Planet"
Favourite Book: Ursula Le Guin, Marge Piercey...
Favourite Song: Crass, Buzzcocks, Subhumans...
Favourite Film: Brazil, Kind Hearts & Coronets...
Favourite Quote: I told you i was ill (Spike Milligan's epitaph)

Additional Information

3 things I could not live without:
Aside from the obvious (y'know - air, water, food etc) probably hot showers, hot tea, radio 4, books and anarcho-punk. Oh and a calculator perhaps, because i clearly can't count to three.
A bit about me...:
Aah i don't know what to say. Here's a start - let me know if I'm going about this wrong. I'm a librarian, a political soap-box bore, fashionably lame, in a punk / riot grrrl band but like so many bands we're missing a drummer, I'm writing / drawing a graphic novel (badly!), a bit damaged but still work just about OK, bonkers in the non-dangerous sort of way, into zines, riot grrrl, anarchism, feminism, mental health and LGBT activism, Radio 4, dystopian sci-fi, butterflies, breakdancing... and oh so much more.

I'm afraid i'm not a paid-up member on here so probably can't contact you, but if you're on OKCupid (ugh, i know) i'm grrrl_fiend on there.
For me the benefits of being vegan/vegetarian are...:
Knowing that you're doing what you can, despite not being perfect. Not buying into, aiding & abetting something that doesn't sit OK with your principles. And the food's nicer. More interesting, frankly. Plus you don't get anywhere near as much dodgy crap on your plate. There's no unexpected horse in the average parsnip, wherever it comes from.

Also, we veggies/vegans just tend to be more awesome than the average meat-eater, don't we? Hahahahaha!
Funniest/worst comment I regularly hear about being a veggie/vegan...:
Probably that we're all sanctimonious and self righteous. Please. I get more self righteousness from those poor oppressed omnivores. Where are these fabled veggie/vegan 'police' i've heard so much about, yet never met? Presumably all slouching around the police station eating veg*n doughnuts, drinking tea wth soya milk and giggling at crap jokes.
I am hoping to meet...:
Someone lovely, kind, compassionate, trustworthy and patient. Hah, don't ask for much, do i?! I don't know really - i don't have anything specific in mind at the moment. If you think we'd get on, drop me a line and let's see what happens, eh?
If I won the lottery I would...:
Not tell anyone!
My favourite vegan / vegetarian meal is?:
There are so many. I prefer simple, wholesome, healthy, homemade food, but i do like it spicy, too. Soups and sandwiches are high on the list of favourites.
My favourite vegan / vegetarian restaurant is?:
Possibly the Black Cat in Hackney. I don't know - i've not been to all that many recently.
My ideal date would be (e.g. candlelit dinner):
Something/somewhere quiet where we can have a good chat. The sort of thing i really like is a wander round a really interesting art gallery or museum, followed by coffee or dinner, then a tiny punk gig in the back room of a seedy pub.
My ideal vacation would be:
Hmm... not sure really. I'm perpetually skint and i'm definitely a budget holiday kind of gal (preference as well as necessity - i'd steer clear of those awful snooty hotels & resorts even if i could afford them) so something basic and cheap!

Quick Details

Body Type: Curvy
Do I have children?: No
Do I want chidren?: Not sure
Dream home: Loft Apartment
Education: Other
Ethnicity: Mixed Race
Eye Color: Brown
Favourite music: Bhangra, Blues, Classical, Country, Folk, Hip-Hop, Indie, Pop, Punk, Reggae, Rock, World
Hair Color: Dark Brown
Height: 5ft3 - 5ft6
Hobbies: Art, Cinema, Gardening, History, Live Music, Music, Painting, Reading, Sports/Fitness, The Arts, Theatre, Writing, Yoga
Languages: English, French, German, Spanish
Love: Cobblestones, Exercise, Grapefruit, Mornings, Politics, Tattoos
Love less!: Mirrors, Mud, Rain, Reality TV, Suduko
Religion: Atheist
Smoke?: Occasionally
Style of dress: Style... what style?
Vegan/Veggie for:: 10 years +
Vegetarian because:: Ethical & Health
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