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bridgie101 Female
45 years old
New Zealand

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Job: N/A
Smoke: No
Drink: Socially
Religion: Not Religious
Orientation: Straight
Dating status: Divorced
MEMBER SINCE: Jan 31 2015, 12:15 am
STAR SIGN: Capricorn
LAST LOGIN: Nov 21 2015, 5:03 am

zombieland, Fresh Meat, Housebound, the aforementioned Wyrmwood, I enjoyed interstellar, I do like comedies, sci fi, not a lot of drama (too many feelings)

really like baroque, also beethoven, chopin, satie and actually brahms. I think brahms is underrated. Modern, I like it all. every single bit. including rap.

but then, I don't consider rythm & blues to be music, more like strangulated caterwauling. Also I would be hard pressed to consider hip hop music. I would argue the point.

all of them. Except crap like twilight obviously. I mean, the lowest I am prepared to go is probably Harry Potter. they were actually (hides head in shame) a good read in the way Stephen king is a good read: it's all garbage but the conversations keep going so you keep reading. Otherwise I love terry pratchett and the reacher novels too.

Come from the antipodes so very plain talking, you may not like what I think, but at least I don't tell lies. And I will probably fail to hold back on what I think also. My anxiety attacks hit afterwards, not during. ;)

Nervous breakdown 5 years ago, surrounded by constant panic attacks for the year preceding and the 2 years following. Even last year I was wobbly: now I am becoming stable although still have my fragile moments.

Chocolate, money, zombie movies. "Wyrmwood" was my most recent fave. Slow zombies AND fast zombies! Wow. And drills, and circular saws, and armour and needles. Throw in a zombie powered pickup and you're away laughing.

I used to love playing the piano but have had to sell it to survive. Okay I will play guitar now, then. Can't play both together: the padding you get from a guitar kills your sensitivity with the piano. Now is clearly the time for guitar.

Lies: consider them acts of voluntary insanity. I don't think your brain is wired for almost parallel, nearly similar versions of the same event. I think you fry your synapses wid dat shiz. Hence my utter failure to even consider lying ever. And my enormous group of personal friends....

meh. study, tramping, gardening, reading, watching movies.

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Oct 07 2015, 5:03 am
Yeah! I have beautiful male cat


Oct 07 2015, 4:47 am
I stopped watching cricket after 1999 wold cup


Oct 07 2015, 4:09 am
I was a hard hitter but due to back problem. I left that passion


Oct 06 2015, 8:46 am
Your title reminds me about that great movie the "Bridge on the River Kwai".
I am deciding to make my production film name
"Bridgie who flies so high!!". So are u ready to work? But the stunts are real. I can use the Body Double. However, some very challenging stunts such as reverse swing bowling like Wasim Akram or much faster bowling than Shoaib Akhtar did, are all your international stunts in my epic movie. The teams will composed of ladies only. The story is something like that: Both Zealanders and Pakistani women cricket teams are going like underdogs in the beginning of the cup. Afterwards, they both make to the finals. Remember
that 1992 "The World is coming down the flags are up...Who will be? Who be the king? It's once in a life time chance. Who rule the world.....Let's see who rules the world....


Oct 06 2015, 8:34 am
Dear "Bridge" I have listened what you have shared. It's fantastic. The way I see the Rock music from my perspective is that:
Rock music really takes ability to make, in pop you can simply utilize a PC to make your singing sound great and you utilize drum tracks and other instrument tracks like synthesizer, or guitar, or you could play an ordinary melody, then crush your tablet, then it's dubstep . Along these lines, popular music doesn't take any ability at all, and rock is vastly improved.
These two dudes Mike Kerr and drummer Ben Thatcher are doing great in their twenties.
Rock music is spine shivering. I used to like old school pop when it was genuine.