I tend to be a somewhat laid back person, seriously I have been told I can be the most chilled out person people have met, not everyone thinks it is a good thing but it does keep my stress levels low.
I prefer Chicago style over New York style pizza but would not turn down a good slice of either. Sorry if this is a deal breaker.
I love hearing horribly "punny" jokes, you know the ones your five year old nephews tell, yeah I think they are awesome.
It is also worth mentioning that I have what has been described as "dry wit", this leads people to think that I am way more serious than I actually am.
I am new to this area, so I am still getting my bearing and trying to discover all that this new home has to offer me. So far enjoying the experience of exploring and learning about the city.
In my life I have two fears, one is a life wasted and the other is spiders (nothing in nature needs that many legs). And while I may have come to accept the seconds existence on earth, just not in my general vicinity, I also do everything possible to avoid the first. This means taking any opportunity to try something new and different, if I scares me a little then that is just a little more reason to give it a try.
The best times for are me all involve a good adventure, whether that adventure is trying something new, something ridiculous (ex. skydiving) or something just out of the ordinary (ex. travel). In fact, travel is one of my great motivators in life, it does not matter where I am going. If I am planning a trip, and I always am, I am excited.
I love the smell of old books, you know that wonderful aroma of well worn pages and old bindings, This may have led me to develop a mild book addiction over the years. The major side effect of this is my book library easily dwarf my dvd library by a twenty to one ratio.
I am not sure if that is a good enough glance into me, but if you want to know more feel free to ask, I try to be an open book so feel free to ask.