I'm a genuine, down to earth person who likes to crack jokes and make people laugh, but I know when to be serious as well. Great conversation is a sexy thing. I love when a conversation sparks, no matter what the topic. I really enjoy good banter and witty people. Suffice it to say, It's more important that we can spend the night quoting "Monty Python and the Holy Grail," than who opens the door or picks up the bar tab.
But all wit and charm aside, I think it’s most important to just be yourself. What’s that lyric from the Billy Joel song? “I don’t want clever conversation, I never want to work that hard. I just want someone that I can talk to…” that’s really the most important thing.
Creativity is important to me. I've been writing and performing stand-up comedy for two years and was also involved in slam poetry in college. Music is also a great love of mine. In high school I sang and played the drums, and while it's been far too long since I've performed, listening to music remains a big passion. I don't know what I'd do if I had to go a day without listening to something.
I don't like superficiality or people who try to define what makes a person attractive. To me, the word attractive simply means: that which I'm attracted to. Aesthetics and standards of beauty have no real value when it comes to matters of the sparks between two people because the most fun part of a romantic encounter is how it defies all logic. People are like jazz music: the most interesting ones don't look good "on paper," but rather captivate you with their enigmatic qualities.