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The Life and Times of Mitchell Paul Wilson

I was born in 1985 to a mother and a father, as so many are. I grew up in a small suburb of London, going to school and generally being educated on how to be a real person. From there I went to University, having completed my A Levels with better marks than I ever though possible. I spent 4 years studying German at Warwick University, involving a brief stint (9 months) of teaching English in a small village outside of Cologne. Returning to University for my final and hardest year, I directed a musical called Bat Boy, which was ridiculously well-received. Having nothing to do after University and being not quite ready to take the plunge and get a job and a real life, I decided to spend a year in rural Japan, again teaching English. That is where you find me now.

I’m not an overly clever or witty man and, despite evidence to the contrary, I don’t enjoy teaching. I’m here in Japan to see the country, to learn about the daily goings on of life in a different culture and to kill time before inevitably have to join the ever-expanding rat race.

I seem to have just condensed 22 years into a few measly paragraphs and, despite but a few omissions, you now know everything there is to know about me.

Me Me Me Lisa, Gaz and me in front of Ely Cathedral


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