I ride a lugged steel red bike and get hit by cars bit too often for my liking. I always make sure that I have at least one book with me at all time. If I make a trip to somewhere more than two hours away, I up the number to four-ish books, just to be safe.
I've been told that I have a nice sense of humor, ranging from dry to absurd to dark. Once, a guy slashed his wrist while butchering a side of hog. He sprayed a bit of blood. I giggled.
I took Kurt Vonnegut's advice to be kind and so far, the results has been ok. When strangers on the street ask me for directions, I nod and pretend to understand. I then point them toward a random direction, just to inspire them with confidence. They will find their Destination.
I'm d/Deaf. This leads to me being a visual and tactile person, with different sensory inputs such as 180 degree peripheral vision and feeling sounds through my feet. Being a visual person also means that I communicate via visual means, usually Sign Language or Written English. This also means I'm fickle about meeting people in real life because I'm not interested in being a Sign Language teacher. This does not mean that I'm only interested in fluent signers; I'm more than happy to be social with signers of all skill levels long as there's genuine interest in languages.
I look masculine, scruff and all. But I'm not concerned about keeping my interests and behavior masculine. I mean I do throw around logs, cut a lot of meats, and drink beers with bourbon. But I also bake cookies and giggle.
Far as I am concerned, there is no difference between cyberspace and meatspace in terms of richness in relationships. If this idea makes you uncomfortable, we'll probably won't get along too well.