If you can't tell already, I'm not normal. I look at the world from a strange vantage point. I suppose you'd say that I love to study human nature; it's been a lifelong study. I enjoy observational humor and wordplay a lot. (Honestly, I think that the Marx Brothers are comedic geniuses. But, then again, I also think South Park is genius social satire.)
I love new experiences, for the most part. I tend to deal with the world on my own terms, but end up having some wild times. I've taught overseas for two years, hitchhiked through northern Japan, had a drink with pro wrestlers, subtitled Japanese animation, and worked in quite a few fields before I ended up where I am now. My true passion lies in stories though. I love stories, and will eagerly devour new and interesting ones, whether that be through print or screen.
Though I tend to act a bit differently from time to time, anyone who's near to me knows that I don't try to be anything that I'm not. I simply am who I am. Of course, this happens to mean that I'm incredibly geeky, a bit bookwormish, and a hopeless dreamer with a twisted sense of humor.
In fact, I'd probably describe my humor as what would happen when South Park, Family Guy and Monty Python all fused into a single sense of humor. In fact, many times I vault over the line of good taste without realizing it. It still gets laughs, mind you, but it does make for some awkward pauses at times.
I'm a geek and a nerd. You can find me with my nose in a book or a video game quite often. As most people could tell you, I can geek out quite often and have been known to ramble on about little known facts (nerding out) often as well.
What am I looking for? Well, I'm looking for people who take the time to understand who I really am, deep down underneath the surface level stuff that you see in public. I'm looking for people to game with, to watch movies with, to hold deep meaningful conversations with, and generally, to enjoy life with. Someone who will drag me off on adventures and force me outside of my comfort zone. Perhaps you'll be a friend. Perhaps you'll be a lover. Maybe we'll find that we're kindred spirits, forging our way through life by our own rules. You never know until you try to find out.
I will also say that I am polyamorous (if you aren't familiar with it, look it up). With my... limitations... I know that I can never be everything for someone else, nor do I expect someone to be everything for me. I also don't believe on limiting the amount of people who I can love and care about. The line between friend and lover can be quite blurred at times, so why not keep the option to explore the feelings if the feelings develop?