As a person, I consider myself fairly outgoing and confident (though actually an introvert), friendly, and quick-witted. I hold my friends to a high standard which leaves me with a small handful, but the people that I am close to I value highly and would do anything for. Humanity and I have a love-hate relationship... I would like to like people, but too many of them suck. I have been dubbed "the friendliest misanthrope." ...but you can call me B00b13Dr46oN. (...if you don't get it you should watch this).
In a committed relationship with this human ----> Jehovatron and it's awesome. Actually, he's pretty much the most amazing guy you'll ever meet, so check him out.
Unfortunately, Dan and I are often thrown into the "unicorn hunters" box without a second glance, because we are looking for a woman who would be with both of us... but from what I've read, I'm not so sure that we deserve that label (and all of its negative connotations) for at least two reasons. First, we're not looking for someone because our relationship or sex life is boring - we have a very stable relationship (been together for almost 8 years) and a healthy sex life, we don't need to "spice it up" or bond over something new to solve a problem. Second, we don't have a pre-constructed notion of what shape our relationship would take - we don't expect her to be with only us, or anything like that - it's all up for discussion and negotiation.
To be quite honest, what we'd really like is to find someone who would just be happy hanging out with us, watching movies, playing games, cuddling kitties, doing nerdy things, having deep intellectual conversations, etc etc... we've had that with a woman once before, and it was awesome and we would like to have something like that again...
I realize that there isn't any way for me to prove that with words, but I sincerely hope that, eventually, the right person will read this and trust me enough to entertain a conversation.