Lets try this again: I like to people-watch in crowded places, only I don't like crowded places. I like old things. There was a time when objects were made to last a lifetime. My interests get me fully involved. I know many people, but I have few friends. I don't like TV shows that don't have a conclusion at the end of their time slot. I remember when bologna had red plastic on the outside edge and MTV played videos. I like odd socks.
Socks_with_dots is modest to a fault. Never bragging about his (immense) skillset, (abundant) cleverness or (razor-sharp) wit but always happy to spread his joy for the things and activities he cares about, often in ways that could cost you a heap of cash if he wasn't your friend. As such, I thought I'd jump in and sing his praises for a bit.
Socks_with_dots' fascination with what he terms "old things" seems to stem from a reverence for the classic; that which has stood the test of time to keep competing favorably against the latest development from the bleeding edge. Classic motorcycles, steel-framed bicycles, diesel engines, clothes made of natural fiber, etc. No disposable culture for him, please. If it can't be maintained, repaired, modded and/or upgraded, Socks_with_dots can't be bothered. On a hunch, I'd say Socks_with_dots looks for similar qualities in a mate: elegance, strength, versatility, adaptability, classicism. I further suspect Socks_with_dots' embrace of hard work in maintaining what he cares about would also extend to romance and relationships. However, I don't think any of the above pertains to the age of the women he prefers. Ladies, use good judgment when deciding if you are of a suitable age to date Socks_with_dots.
I am creative, suigeneris, and bacon