And I expect those first three things from friends and loved ones too.
I love to have fun (though I have a hard time thinking of fun things to do all on my own), and want to make the most of my life now that I've finished my undergrad: I'm tired of working toward my eventual life. It's time to start living it.
I'm looking for a woman who has a cheerful disposition, but isn't fake--everyone is allowed their ups and downs, and as long as you share both with me honestly, then I will be there for you throughout whether we're a couple, or just friends.
Laughter is incredibly important. It may not seem like it on here, but I like to make people laugh, and I crave that from someone else too. But I also need to be able to talk seriously about serious things, like love and family and the future. <3
What I'm about to say used to be hidden down in the "most private things" category:
My main hobbies are:
Writing mystery/romance/sci-fi/queer fiction
:J and right now I'm learning to code CSS/HTML for shits and giggles but I don't really think that's a big part of my personality.
I had stuffed this down and away and barely mentioned it, because I wanted people to get the chance to get to know me before they could potentially be scared away by my hobbies. But I've come to realize that if you have a problem with this, and you're that quick to judge someone based on their hobbies, that we aren't going to work out anyway. I'd rather put this first and foremost so that other people like me can see these things and know that they have a kindred spirit.
I refuse to make "excuses" for the things I love to do, and no, I do not have any intention of stopping. This is me. These hobbies are part of me.