My name is Oliver Hibbleton. I really hate my name. It's ruddy awful, I know. My friends call me Ollie. Urg... I hate that too, but... it's better than "O" which I've also been called. That makes me think of the Big O -- orgasm... *snerk* which actually might be more appropriate!
Ummm, right, anyway. I'm 21. Former Hufflepuff at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. I now work in the Muggle Liaisons office at the Ministry (oh gods, I never thought I'd be a minion -- horror!). I love my job because I love all things Muggle, probably because Mum is Muggle, so I was always exposed to that part of the larger world too.
Umm... gyah... I never know what exactly to fill out on these bloody things! What else do you want to know? I am an adrenaline junkie (skiing, surfing, biking) -- yeah, love bikes (as in motorcycles, not bicycles) especially Harleys, love cars (lust for any Italian sportscars!) surfing, computers, clubbing, architecture, dogs (I've a great bloke named Oscar -- he's a Weimaraner), films, rock and roll, and I love to eat *winks*, especially American cuisine, Asian cuisine (my grandmother is full-blooded Chinese and Merlin, can she cook!), and Italian cuisine (Pasta!).
*reads over* Oh gods... this sounds like a bloody dating form thing. Hi, I like moonlit walks on the beach and dancing. I'm looking for a girl who enjoys.... >.< Hate! Sorry... I don't know how else to do it though.
So in school I showed a particular aptitude in Muggle Studies (of course!), Transfiguration and herbology (I love gardening -- do NOT laugh. Guys can garden... and enjoy it! I've a flat at the edge of town and I maintain a small roof garden.)
I'm of mixed ancestry: Asian, Italian, English and American. Dad is part English, part Chinese; Mum is part Italian, part American. I spent a good many years divided between the States and the U.K. Love them both. Love American films, music, hot dogs, hamburgers, surfing, baseball, bikes. Love UK ales, architecture, villages, cliffs, gardens, Quidditch, football. Not a huge fan of UK food though (no offense, Dad!)
Umm... yeah, I think that about covers it!