I like to think of myself as an endearing nerd at heart--I play and love video games of all kinds, music, remixes, movies, graphic and traditional novels--really pretty much any form of media. Except maaaaaybe postmodern art; I really just don't get that stuff. I've tried, honest! I read as much as I can on the rare occasions I have free time (everything from A Song of Ice and Fire to Dune to the classics; I admit, I'm a Jane Austen fan.) Musically I've been on a bit of an EDM kick lately, but I really can't say no to most classic rock or current top 40. My top 3 movies in no particular order are Forrest Gump, The Green Mile, and The Shawshank Redemption. (What can I say? I like Tom Hanks.) Outside of those, I have an irrational but justifiable love of terrible Nicolas Cage movies rivaled in passion only by the degree to which I'll defend Ke$ha as musically talented.
I consider myself to be a good person and a better friend; I get along with just about everyone I meet, but whether they're laughing with me or at me isn't always something I can always tell, or something that I particularly care about. The way I look at it is that if someone enjoys my company, regardless of what they think of me, I'm doing something right. I tend to see a good deal more than what I let on, and I'm usually a good judge of people. (Not that I judge terribly often--it's more that I just tend to understand how people work. In another life, I could've seen myself as a psychiatrist.) I've been told I'm a fantastic listener, but you'll have to forgive me the occasional terrible pun--it's something of a conversational guilty pleasure.
Beyond that, just ask if there's anything else you want to know! I could say I'm brilliant, attractive, and witty, but that defeats the whole purpose--wouldn't you rather judge for yourself?