But don't get me wrong. I'm considered attractive in some circles (like the uninhabited tundra of the Arctic Circle, for example).
While I am comfortable by myself, it has drawbacks:
- Conversations are far too predictable (at least I get to win most of the arguments),
- When things go wrong, there's no one to blame, and
- Sex ... well, I can handle it, but romance is fleeting.
I've got lots of interests - reading, playing music (guitar and singing), drawing, photography, writing, cooking, watching movies (I'm a sucker for thrillers and romantic comedies), or taking long walks.
I'm intellectually adventurous, morally traditional and emotionally tentative. I love debate, but I know winning an argument has nothing to do with being right. I'm a critical thinker with a talent for big-picture synthesis, but discrete details – names, dates, etc. – evade me constantly.
Good qualities? - I'm faithful, forgiving (of others; less so of myself), open, insightful, adaptable, trusting and trustworthy. I'm truthful (to a fault), reliable and quick-witted (half the time).
Not-so-good qualities? - I'm impatient and contrary. Despite being productive, I tend to procrastinate. I'm also addicted to puns - even (especially?) bad ones - and yes, I confess, I still sometimes laugh at fart jokes (I'm not proud of that ... Really!).