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About me

Industry Student
Occupation Professional Literature Nerd
Location Manchester, United Kingdom
Introduction When I saved my profile on here, it said 'Fetching profile photo'. I mistakenly thought Blogger was complimenting me. This probably says more about my arrogance than any 'About Me' ever could.
Interests Vinyl and vintage hunting, music music music, friends, Manchester, Sheffield, family, skinny boys, coffee, nights out, gin, laughing until my tummy hurts, Tom, dancing all night, sunshine on cold days, making mix CDs for friends, dark chocolate, Red Stripe, festivals, grapes, Vogue, i-D.
Favorite Movies Fight Club, 24 Hour Party People, Trainspotting, Taxi Driver, Leon, A Life Less Ordinary, Garden State, The Fifth Element, Vertigo, Amélie, Heavenly Creatures, Juno, Beyond The Valley Of The Dolls, Cabaret, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, This Is England, I'm Not There, Lost In Translation, Who Framed Roger Rabbit?, Control, Carry On films, anything John Hughes or Hitchcock have directed.
Favorite Music Jeff Buckley, The Yummy Fur, Orange Juice, Josef K, Belle and Sebastian, Serge Gainsbourg, Yelle, Patti Smith, Poppy and the Jezebels, Bob Dylan, Arab Strap, The Velvet Underground, Theoretical Girl, The Horrors, Mumford & Sons, Emmy the Great, Laura Marling, The Brute Chorus, Nico, The Long Blondes, Joni Mitchell, Tim Buckley, PJ Harvey, Marianne Faithfull, Vashti Bunyan, David Bowie, Late of the Pier, Los Campesinos, Manic Street Preachers, Joy Division, Bloc Party, Justice, Cat Power, Metric, Black Wire, The Cramps, The Shangri-Las, Denise & Company, Johnny Cash
Favorite Books 'Nineteen Eighty Four' by George Orwell, 'Brave New World' by Aldous Huxley, 'Running With Scissors' by Augusten Burroughs, 'Last Exit To Brooklyn' by Hubert Selby Jr., 'A Streetcar Named Desire' by Tenessee Williams, 'The Traveller' by John Twelve Hawks, 'Divided Kingdom' by Rupert Thomson, 'Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas' by Hunter S. Thompson, 'Queer' by William Burroughs, 'A Clockwork Orange' by Antony Burgess, 'Nausea' by Jean Paul Sartre, 'The Unbearable Lightness Of Being' by Milan Kundera, 'The Picture Of Dorian Gray' by Oscar Wilde, 'The Little Friend' by Donna Tartt, 'Atonement' by Ian McEwan, 'The Cider House Rules' by John Irving, anything by Chuck Palahniuk

How is an ankle unlike a consequence?

In every way, shape and form I would imagine.