Best way to get to know me is to ask questions. Ask anything. In fact: I like a woman who's unafraid to make the first move. Romantic intentions or not.
I get the impression that people sometimes feel I'm shy, but I'm just quiet. I tend to rely on others to keep the conversation going, but am comfortable with silence as long as others are, and try to keep up. A lot of the time, this isn't a problem: for some reason, people like to talk to me and tell me whatever they want. Life stories on occasion. I guess people feel comfortable around me. I know way too much about people I've only met once.
I think part of my writing process leaves me in my head a lot. I never blame someone for trying to draw me out. If left to my own devices, I'll usually stay in to read or watch TV, but am usually up for going out for drinks or whatever at the end of the day.
What the hell... my AIM and Skype account name is: mrLang1159
I don't use them much, but my Facebook and Twitter account name is: mrLang
I prefer people who are comfortable with who they are instead of those who just try to fit in. I'd rather a person be interesting, even if that comes with some bad qualities.
I'm not the best at talking about myself, really. I prefer people to ask me questions so they find out what they really want to know. I try to be honest. So, to fill out the rest of this and maybe give an example of my humor, this is my 'biography' of Button Gwinnett:
Button Gwinnett was born in England, which is not in the United States, but instead in the United Kingdom. In the late 1700's, Mr. Gwinnett moved to America, North, where he lived as a fur trader. Mostly working in beaver. He later moved to Gwinnett County in Georgia, because he liked to tell people it was named after him. In reality, it was named after George Gwinnett, a popular singer of the time.
When the French invaded Georgia in the War of 1786, Gwinnett (Button, not the singer) led a small group of farmers in a decisive battle, liberating much of what is now known as the Atlanta Area. Because of his heroic leadering, George Washington, the US President of that year, asked Button to sign the Declaration of Independence as a reward. Mr. Gwinnett was later shot and killed in a duel with a young Abraham Lincoln, over a matter of a shovel Lincoln claimed Button had stole from the Lincoln cabin. It is still unknown if Button really stole the shovel, or what it was to be used for.