I'm a somewhat laid-back, introverted person in their late 20s still exploring life and meeting people, while dealing with practicalities. (I guess nearly everyone has to deal with practicalities, though.)
-I don't think I'm readily talkative, but if I start to feel sufficiently comfortable and familiar with someone, I might start to talk quickly at times.
-I am slow and somewhat socially clumsy in conversation (keyword: Asperger's syndrome... though it sounds like the term is disappearing from use). I think I tend to be very methodical and take time to make context switches. (I never received a second core.) I often take sarcasm literally, even when I have identified it as such. I think I enjoy exploring possibilities, even under the pretense of a joke.
-I was in a polyamorous relationship several years ago, which made me realize that there probably is nothing fundamentally wrong with honest non-monogamy among consenting adults. I still don't really know where I stand myself. UPDATE: I am currently in an open relationship.
-I'm trying to improve myself in the area of time management; I also wish I were more organized in general. Also, I can see parallels between time management and money management: certain concepts from one might carry over to the other.
-I am transgendered. I'll probably always be some mix of genders to some degree, but in everyday life, I am physically and socially transitioning towards female.
-I am bad at being on time to places.
*I've been called this, and I tested "dork" on the nerd-geek-dork test.