I identify as Polyamorous in that I can have multiple serious, loving relationships at the same time. This is kind of a big thing for me, and it does not mean that I am afraid of commitment or am wantonly promiscuous. It does mean that I am all about clear, open, honest communications and abundance model thinking, however. I always enjoy a chat about the ethics and logistics of non-monogamy so that's a talking point if you're looking for an icebreaker :)
I am looking for matches with strong physical chemistry and a lot of emotional connection. My ideal relationship would be one in which the involved partners are sexually compatible, emotionally invested in each other, and find each other interesting on an intellectual level. If we can talk for hours without getting bored, can turn each other on with a glance, and have a lot of interests in common and can discuss high level topics respectfully, I want you in my life.
I'm primarily seeking partners here, be they sexual or romantic. That said, I like to let relationships be what they are; whether that's romantic, platonic, or somewhere in between, so let's get chatting and see where it takes us without any pressure or expectations. Romance aside, I'd love to friend some people on Steam and game a bit too, even if you aren't interested in a relationship or friendship outside of games.
Massage. I'm no pro, but I study the stuff in my spare time.
'Liking' profiles and then spending days agonizing over what to write to start a conversation. If this happens to you, like me back and I'll feel too guilty to not reply xD
Listening and talking about things that matter and helping people through tough times.
Certain other things that I'd need to be involved with you for you to experience.
I like video games with strong storylines and likeable characters, especially RPGs, though I play at a very high level in RTS/TBS and FPS games as well. I love books in general, but especially science fiction, fantasy, non-fiction, historical fiction, and classics. I tend to prefer Anime to live action TV, but Firefly always tops my list. Musically I'm a mixed bag, ranging from classical to jazz to classic rock to EDM to trance to soundtracks. It really depends on my mood, since for me music is a key to access deep wells of emotion. In terms of food, anything without raw onions is good but I have a soft spot for thai and japanese.
Now this is a big category....I'll try to keep it short here
Final Fantasy VIII, X
Fire Emblem: Awakening and Path of Radiance
Monster Hunter Tri
Sid Meier's Civilization II, IV, V, Beyond Earth
Supreme Commander: Forged Alliance (a personal favorite)
Master of Magic
Master of Orion 2 (there was no 3)
Rise of Nations
Dark Souls 1 and 2
Dwarf Fortress (mostly DF2012, still getting used to .40)
Kerbal Space Program
Mass Effect Trilogy
Sins of a Solar Empire
Team Fortress 2
Pokemon R/B, G/S, X/Y
DDR 6-8 (plus ITG and Rebirth, ask me about my chin scar)
Knights of the Old Republic
So many visual novels...another good talking point if you're into them or unfamiliar with them
Europa Universalis III and IV
Elder Scrolls 3-5 (especially skyrim)
Age of Empires II
Snow Crash by Neal Stephenson
Swiss Family Robinson by Johan Wyss
Desert Solitaire by Edward Abbey
The Chronicles of Amber by Roger Zelazny
Dune by Frank Herbert
The Iliad by Homer
Mistborn Trilogy by Brandon Sanderson
Raymond Feist's books, in general
Dragonbone Chair, Stone of Farewell, To Green Angel Tower (AKA Memory, Sorrow, and Thorn) by Tad Williams
The Way of Kings (AKA the Stormlight Archive) by Brandon Sanderson (I like this guy a lot actually)
Crystal Singer, Crystal Line, Killashandra by Anne Mccaffrey
Hunt for Red October
The Emperor's New Groove
Dead Poet's Society
Disney in general (esp. Lion King, Aladdin, Mulan)
12 Angry Men
Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann
Shakugan no Shana
other stuff too, though mostly animated vs live action
my anime-planet is Halberdman as well if you want to check it out.
2: Books, gotta love reading
3: Exercise, I feel so much better after working out
4: People, they're interesting
5: My brother, we're a team
6: Challenges, something to aspire to