I'm Kymberlie, I'm a 22 (23 next week) year old from Glasgow.
There are certain things I love in life they include music, politics (American and Middle Eastern), animals, reading, film and my friends.
I'm a film graduate but i'm yet to put the degree to full use!
The world blows my mind. The fact that there is a huge universe out there will loads of different galaxies and that we're just a simple insignificant speck is amazing to me. I've been fortunate enough to travel quite a bit in my short life and i find a real beauty in life that ultimate we're all the same, each with similar goals and a longing for peace and love, the thought makes me giddy.
I live with my two best friends, we're more than flatmates we're family between that and our dog we're pretty much a package deal.
I love learning. Culture is my favourite thing so you'll often see me going to museums or art galleries or just trying out new things.
By nature i'm quite political, I always have been shaped by the influence of one of my high school teachers i've kept up-to-date with the goings on in the world. I'm a member of the Labour Party and I am hoping to go to Israel & Palestine in the next year.
My dream job would be travelling round the world making documentaries about people and their stories, particularly those in war zones and refugee camps or social media managing.
I like to keep busy and i love horses, i am also the proud owner of a 3 year old mare who is the apple of my eye.
I'm quite reserved and traditional when it comes to dating, i like romance! I'm bisexual and have been in relationships with both men and women, it does not mean i want a threesome or want to be someones experiment. I am a one relationship at a time type of girl the only reason i mention it is pof doesn't allow the option of interested in men and women so i wanted to be open and honest about it from the beginning.
Anyway if you'd like to chat it would be good to hear from you, i like talking to new people and discovering their story but please don't send me messages just saying "hey" they are just awkward to reply to.