When I'm not out and about trying a new restaurant (or revisiting an old favorite; do you know how many restaurants in this city serve good grits? Two. Brenda's and Radish.), I'm generally hosting a game night or movie night among friends. The latest favorites are The Resistance: Avalon, Pandemic, and Power Grid; occasionally we'll revisit classics like Dominion and Settlers of Catan; and of course, once the average sobriety dips below a certain threshold, Cards Against Humanity.
The introductory sentence in the preceding paragraph made my inner Grammar Nazi somewhat uncomfortable. That should tell you a lot about me.
I tend to be extremely rational. I actively think through everything I do and try to figure out why I do it (like balancing my eggs from the inside out; when I said everything, I meant it). Conversely, if you can convince me that I'm doing it wrong, I'll gladly and graciously accept defeat and do my best to adjust. If you're the kind of person who enjoys introspection, there are plenty of great conversations in our future.
I've thought about whether or not I should include this, but you'll likely find out anyway: I am not an outdoorsy person. Like, at all. Sheldon Cooper said it best: "If 'outside' is so good, why has mankind spent thousands of years trying to perfect 'inside'?" Many have tried to change my mind, but all have failed. It's not my thing. Just like sports.
This seems to be popular, so for you MBTI people, I'm INFJ. I've also scored INTJ a few times, too.