I like to keep a sense of humor about most things at all times, yet keep that serious edge as needed (say, at a funeral. Though, I'd like for there to be morbid jokes at my own funeral, since the thought of a bunch of people I care about being depressed over me, well, makes me sad.) I'd also like to not turn into that guy that needs to be funny all the time. Tactically funny, that's me.
Currently, I'm more focused on being a group moderate in all endeavors, whether it be politics (I both disagree and agree with both candidates. Yes, it is possible!) or ordering a pizza (I'm perfectly willing to take 5 minutes of my time to pick shrooms off my pizza if it makes the group happy. Really, no biggie.) I tend to be happiest when the people around me are living in harmony with each other, so that tends to be my goal in social situations: make sure everyone is involved and getting along. For some reason, this is harder than it sounds.
I've been called a nerd by my friends who are really into sports. I've been called a jock by my friends who are really into nerdy things. I don't like to be put into any easily identifiable group, since I haven't found one label that I'd use to describe me.
I'm polite to service industry workers, and pretty much everyone else, even telemarketers, but I'm not easily swayed by sales people (is anyone?) I don't believe in ghosts, think God is a kindly old man who is busy with his own stuff but helps out occasionally when he has the time, and I'm a die hard fan of the Packers. Not Brett Favre, the Packers.
I'm the friend who goes to your play, even though you've got one line. I'll be lame to cheer you up when you're sad, and I'll laugh along when you're not. I'll call you on your BS when it's actually BS, but I'll keep my mouth shut when you really, really need someone to agree with you, even if it's only for a week until you come to your senses.
I am sometimes snide, usually snarky, and a little bit nice