I'm a decent cook for starters, though I much prefer cooking for more than just myself.
My closest friends tend to think that I am considerate, honest, generous, funny, smart and creative.
In general I am very considerate. For instance, I've done what I can to at least be hypo-allergenic in public even though I'm not allergic, I hold the door open for others etc.
I can be honest to a fault, once you get to know me. It took one of my best friends 3 years to find a question that I didn't want to answer. My rule is "ask me anything, but don't expect an answer".
Not entirely sure why they picked "generous", but I'll leave it here. Maybe it's because I love sharing interesting videos and articles I find. Interesting as in "did you realise that you can change your persona via your body language" rather than "keyboard cat!".
I'm pretty good at making people laugh, and I have learned to dial it back a bit (or entirely) when it's called for, but I much prefer laughing at my mistakes than bitching about them.
I'm fairly intelligent - if you catch me on a cocky day, I'd claim that I have a 2-sigma brain (meaning that I could get into Mensa if I applied), but on a regular day, I'd say I'm only in the top 5% of the population, not the 2% required for Mensa.
Someone pointed out that Mensa's admittance requires a 3-sigma score, which essentially proves that I do, in fact, have a 2-sigma brain ;)
By creative think "has lots of ideas, develops them a bit to be more interesting and then run out of resources to complete them" rather than "is an artist".
I don't like big crowds of people, but I can be bribed, so if we meet for a date, make sure you bring some way to make hot chocolate drinks.
Also, if I like you, I can do “free” tech support.