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I commute daily to london for my job in central government, but don't let that put you off, I just work there.

I originally planned to be a Clinical Psychologist, and after loosing my way a little I’m now on with an MSc in Applied Clinical Psychology.

I am currently in my Third and final year of university studying Religion, Philosophy and Ethics, which I love and enjoy.

I am involved in loads of clubs and societies at uni and really enjoy getting stuck in with organising charity events and student events and any event really.

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I can also be a bit of a geek if needed/in the right setting.I have no idea what I want to do after, I'd preferably like to travel a bit and see the world (cliché I know) My favourite pastime is by far skydiving which goes well with my impulsive personality and makes a nice change from sitting in lectures all day.I also love chilling with my friends and can often be found in a club/pub on a Friday and Saturday night.I would love to travel round the world and see the sight and do crazy scary things like skydiving and abseiling and mountain climbing, etc.

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I am a very relaxed person, not much annoys me and I NEVER get angry (literally never).Speed dating Bristol is often held at Mauretania Bar and Lounge (Java Bar), the Living Room and Pitcher&Piano.

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