I tend to take things pretty intensely, However, my sense of humor is pretty wacky and lighthearted, almost cartoonish. But in general I tend to like guys who are more laid-back and less serious than I am. This profile probably makes me sounds more bubbly than I really am
I'm an ENFP. (Fairly extreme on the N)
Feel free to add me on Facebook. Just please let me know ahead of time, so I can give it out to you.
I find fanciful and romanticized things really charming, especially fascinated by romantic ideas about the past. I am the kind of person who tends to like things that would make your grandmother say "Isn't that just lovely!", like quaint country inns. I am constantly making puns, and am well known among friends and family for my love of monkeys
I'm from Connecticut originally and I strongly identify with the Northeast, I think I have a mix of New Englandy and New Yorky vibes, although true New Yorkers or New Englanders might not agree.
I'm not really into "gay culture" or "gay pride" in the traditional Pride Parade sense (although I do love rainbows, but nothing to do with their LGBT significance, just because they are so pretty and colorful) so if you are we probably won't be a good match. I'm cool with folks who are into it more than I am, I just mean if your identity is largely based on "I'm here and I'm queer!" I do love going out to gay clubs though- I miss Town so much from when I lived in the DC area :( I especially like bi guys, and also especially like guys who are youthful but in a masculine kind of way, who might have sort of an endearing boyishness to them.
I would hope to be with someone who thinks that even if we're each other's boyfriend, we can also be each other's bro. I feel like maybe I have a sort of similar view of homosexuality to the Greco-Romans, like the sort of brotherly way they looked at it.
Interestingly, even though I'm not a gamer I tend to be really attracted to them for some reason.
Finally, I'll use a bit of an academic analogy in relation to the types of guys I like; My academic interests tend to be strongly grounded in the humanities and the more philosophical side of the social sciences, and I tend to have a bit of an "opposites attract" preference in regard to academic interests-I tend to like STEM type (Science Technology Engineering Math) guys, who tend to be more practical than I am. I guess Math & Science I tend to find sexier than Technology & Engineering if I had to generalize, but I tend to like STEM guys in general. If you're also a Philosophy/Psychology/Literature type guy don't be scared off; it's just a slight preference