Flirting is fun, but sex is not a priority right now. In the future? Who can say. I probably fall somewhere on the asexual spectrum. While we're on the subject, let's clear up a few things: just because I'm not interested in having sex right now NOT mean that I think sex is evil/wrong/bad, nor am I uncomfortable around people who have sex and talk about it. I'll be making jokes right there with you.
I love good conversation and witty banter, I consider it essential for any real relationship; Intellectual and emotional connections need to come first.
I much prefer come to a consensus or agree to disagree than keep hammering at something that isn't going to budge. I am protective of and loyal to my friends to the ends of the earth. I believe in the chosen family, and I take my obligations seriously. I have a watch-dog's memory for people who have been kind to me, and while I am more bark than bite, I will use my teeth when I need to. I'm also very respectful of personal space, and I tend not to go where I haven't been invited.
I deeply miss my days of tabletop roleplaying.
I'll make odd comments if it means that I can get other people to laugh, or sometimes just to surprise them. I will invent random stories to fill a few minutes, but luckily I'm also the most honest liar you'll ever meet, so all it takes is someone asking "Really?" for me to admit that I've been pulling your leg.
Oh, and I'm an INFP, points for you if you know what that is.
I am literary, truthful, and a closet romantic.
I still don't know what I want to he when I grow up. In my daydreams I write a small, obscure cult classic that makes massive amounts of sense and inspires long intense conversations. Either that, or become the next Joseph Campbell--yeah, that would work.
I love patterns, archetypes, and mythology, and I'd spend more time studying them if I could find a decent academic program where I wouldn't be the only one under the age of 50. Eventually, even I get tired of being the odd one out.
I do exercise about 30-45 minutes every other day but it's mostly out of vanity, and the vague apprehension that one day I'll be sorry if I don't. I try to incorporate yoga and tai chi into my routines, as well, just for balance.
Asking questions, although it's not so much something I'm good at but something I'm compelled to do.
I have a good ear for music, a surprisingly sweet voice for ballads, and a talent for mimicking accents.
I'm told I can look sweet, adorable, and sharp all at the same time, sort of like Little Red Riding Hood with a shotgun.
I'll probably try to make you laugh. My sense of humor has been largely influenced by Monty Python, Tom Lehrer, and the Muppets. I use my sense of humor as a barometer to find out who I'm compatible with, and I can both very sarcastic and very silly.
I'm usually carrying a spiral notebook with me.
Frustrating human problems like how to stop hating each other when it's practically tradition.
Gender, gender identity, what love and beauty mean, and the millions of ways they manifest themselves.
Mythology, folktales, fairytales, and the underlying themes in the stories we tell ourselves and each other.
How much I believe in the things I think I believe in. How being able to believe makes me happy, and worrying whether it makes me stronger or more vulnerable.
I will admit to reading fanfiction.
I have met my animus, and am completely comfortable with the male part of my brain.
Those with either a guitar, a dog, or both are likely to attract my attention.
I am a pacifist, but I hate weakness.
I can't love people I don't trust, and I don't sleep with people I don't love.
I believe that relationships require compromise.
I think Adam Lambert is hot like a hot thing.
You think we have some overlapping interests.
You've read my profile, and you're willing to take time to get to know someone.
You think that being friends should always come first, or be part of the equation.
You know some tricks that would allow me to pass as a particularly pretty boy.
You can teach me how to make costumes.