Oh, all right. I'll give you a bit. But don't message me unless you read the last box on the page. The ones in between don't matter, but the last one does.
I'm a nerd, a roleplayer, a half-elf, a purple unicorn with a star-shaped cutie mark, and a medieval re-enactor, and then much worse than that. Do not ever attempt a mind-meld - contact with a non-mad brain could cause an explosion. But if you're mad too, you get a DC 18 Will Save to not explode. If you succeed, I then explain my ancestry and make you take another save.
My alignment is Chaotic Good, and I don't get on well with Lawful Neutrals.
I am curious and lazy - a self-balancing pair of characteristics.
I love languages and the study of etymology. I've studied, or at least learned a bit of, quite a few languages over the years: French, Latin, Dutch, Sindarin, Adûni, Swahili, Mandarin, Greek, Quenya, Welsh, Italian - I'm learning Italian from my cousin, but the funny thing is, it's not from any of my Italian cousins, but from a Scottish one. I regret the lack of Klingon, Anglo-Saxon, and Galician in that list. I've also had attempts at Basic, Rexx, and C++, but never had much success with them, though I did learn enough structure to later pick up Lilypond without much trouble. I find it slightly annoying to not speak Sarcasm. (Bonus points to anyone who recognises all those languages.)
Music makes me part of what I am, and can even manipulate the voices in my head sometimes. (On the other hand, they use music too, and it's really hard to tell them to shut up.) I was taught the basics of music by my mother and the next level by Lindir of Karningul, then just kept trying things until they worked. Or sort-of worked. If I can get a tune out of it, that'll do.
I've tried composing music too, but it didn't go too well. I know that, like any skill, it takes a lot of practice, but it's just too hard. Maybe I'll try again one day, if I can find some really good hymn-style poetry. (Did you want a list of instruments I've attempted? I promise it's not as long as the list of languages in the previous paragraph!)
My cousin and I found Atalante (Atlantis) on Google Maps! Also, satellite photos of the ocean are creepy.
Apparently the strange things I say are so frequent that not only do my friends not bother to ask what they mean, I can say I have to pick up a rabbit (to look after while another friend goes on holiday) and it is taken as a crazy metaphor for some unknown thing.
I don't like walks on the beach (I don't like walking at all), but I do like shared physical activities sometimes. Cycling or fighting, something like that.
Someone who likes playing with hair could easily get into my good books. Even better if you have hair I can play with too.
How many church services can one person attend in a weekend? So far I have three regularly (church-swapping with two friends), but Louise beats me thoroughly with a possible six. She doesn't go to all of them in a weekend, though.
If you're looking for possible activities, first of all ask yourself why. If you're sure you want to do this, a game of Magic: the Gathering seems to be a popular option at the moment. You won't mind if I bring a brother or two to join the game, will you? Dancing and various medieval activities are my favourites - ask me what we do and when the next event is.
P.S. What does summary mean in real life? ;)