I have started school again on a long road to my goal of being an experimental archaeologist, and rocked that 4.0 for my first semester! Be happy for me.
In personality tests, I am consistently found to be on the border between introvert and extrovert. I can be the life of the party or rather content to sit alone reading or playing video games. My default position is one of formal friendliness if I am uncomfortable, but if I am at ease, I can become quite boisterous.
I am typically over-dressed for any occasion. I just enjoy wearing sport coats. I would rather wear a jacket and look good than stay cool in the summer, but I realize that is idiotic so I have worked hard more recently to only wear one when I absolutely have to (read: really really want to).
I am an agnostic atheist, and am not really interested in a romantic relationship with someone who is religious in any serious way. I value reason above faith in all things.
I am unlikely to assume society has anything right automatically and try to create my own value system according to my experience and observations. As a result, I question with great vehemence the idea that love always equals monogamy. I consider polyamory a possibility in my life because [a.] I have never been in a relationship that fulfilled all my mental and physical needs, and [b.] I don't believe that love is finite or something that is degraded by sharing it. That having been said, I am not opposed to monogamy as such; I am simply just as skeptical of it as I am of any social construct.
I take love, romantic or otherwise, very seriously. Love, affection, and respect have to be present before I consider sex an option. If I don't care for a person, I won't be interested in having any kind of sexual relationship with her.
I like Italian wines (especially from Abruzzo) and Sauvignon Blanc from Marlborough, NZ. Absinthe is also the shit.
I love cute things. If I have a god, Rilakkuma is that god.