I like to think of myself as quirky, positive, and loyal. I'm one of those nice guys, the kind who feels bad saying that because it sounds like I'm bragging or something. I'm a big nerd, and I'm proud of it, but I'm not like the characters in Big Bang Theory - I just appreciate and understand those characters.
I like to think I have a good sense of humor and have been known to be funny. A lot of people tell me that they were intimidated by me before we became friends, but I don't get it. I think of myself as such a softy, that I find that hard to imagine. I believe that chivalry is not dead, and I will insist on holding the door open for you and picking up the tab on as many dates as I can, not out of some sense of misogyny or misplaced obligation, but because I want to - it feels like the right thing to do.
I'm one of those weird people who likes both Star Wars and Star Trek, and I'd have a hard time choosing between the two. Seriously.
I've been in a couple of serious relationships, and I tend not to date around a lot. That being said, I'm not necessarily looking to jump right into something serious right now, but rather ease into it. I'm looking for a genuinely nice girl who I can have fun with, who I can talk about politics with, who isn't afraid to disagree with me but respects me even when she does. I'm looking for a friend to go to theater or to movies with, who is equally willing to sit through and discuss afterwards both a masterpiece play and a shoot-em-up action flick. Someone who can make a graceful transition from serious to goofy and back again, someone who appreciates and shares my sense of humor, someone who feels equally at ease at a swanky restaurant or a dive bar. I'm looking for someone who will help make me a better person, and who will let me do the same for them.