I am highly non-confrontational, almost to the point where people think I just allow others to walk all over me and use me, but the simple fact of the matter is I'm just really mellow most of the time. Do people still do things to piss me off? Sure, I'm only human, but I learned a long time ago that getting angry and making an issue out of every little thing just leads to stress and conflict. Also I'm not good at on the spot arguing, give me some time to think about it and I'll find the holes in someone's logic.
Lastly, I place little importance on accumulating wealth. Sure I have a job and I worry about the amount of money I have, but only in the sense of being able to continue living with the few comforts I have. I don't care about one day owning a house, in fact the very idea of going into debt for something as trivial as being able to claim ownership of property simply seems silly to me. Simply put, if I don't have the disposable income to buy something after I've met my needs, then I don't care about having it. To others this philosophy makes me seem to lack ambition, which is probably also true, but it has also allowed me maintain a greater level of happiness at what others would consider a lower standard of living.
Now I've been on this site for a while and I've rewritten this summary a few times, but I've never included the following explanation: what I actually look for in a match (to use the site's terms). I accept people of a variety of interests, obviously someone who plays or enjoys video games, anime and fantasy would be awesome but that is not a requirement, you would just have to be able to accept the fact that I am a nerd and as such I have nerd interests, but not wanting to join in my interests and having wildly different interests from me is perfectly fine. For some reason people think it is immature to keep playing video games as an adult, my rebuttal: being an adult is simply knowing when it is okay to act like a child.