Thanks for visiting my profile. As you will notice, I have tried to be as thorough as possible, and I add/edit things on a fairly regular basis.
To sum up a long read for the TL;DR people: Introverted computer nerd. Likes computers more than humans, video games, astronomy, biology, chemistry, geology, oceanography, cartoons, anime, sci-fi, programming, graphic design, and video editing.
My name is Brittney. My favorite subjects are: Video games, computers, programming, cartoons, anime, comics, sci-fi, biology, astronomy, chemistry, geology, oceanography, physics, psychology, languages, and generally just learning new things (but mostly in relation to computers and science). I have a new boyfriend, and he's awesome, so I'm only open to gaming/anime friends.
One of my favorite things that I like about life is the ability to continue expanding your knowledge. That makes for plenty of stuff to talk about I suppose, aside from the daunting task of finding people that have interest in any of these things... and then actually finding the courage to talk to them.
I am solitary and don't like having many people around. I don't go out much. I am not skilled at socialization. I am rather shy and quiet, but gradually warm up over a period of time. I do not talk much in person, and am typically quite soft-spoken unless I get excited (which happens easily, if you talk about stuff I like).
I'm pansexual. I like non-masculine men, tomboyish women, and transexuals.
I enjoy video games quite a bit. I attempt to spend a good portion of my free time playing mostly PC games of various sorts, and MAME for emulations. Some of my favorites are: League of Legends, Team Fortress 2, Minecraft, World of Warcraft, Borderlands (1&2), Super Puzzle Fighter 2 Turbo, Nethack, and Metal Slug series, Harvest Moon, and I'm going to ruin it all by throwing in Animal Crossing.
I am an INTJ, in accordance to the Myers-Briggs personality test. INTJ is the third rarest type in the population, and the rarest type among women. INTJs make up:
2% of the general population
3% of men
1% of women