You'll probably get tired of links by the end of my profile. Sorry about that. Also, I don't expect anybody to read my whole profile. Kudos and I'm flattered if you find it interesting enough to finish.
My personality tab makes it look like I'm screaming, "Corrupt me, please." I'm referring to the pure, moral, trusting, and inexperienced traits it gave me. I'm cool with that, I guess. I don't know what criteria OKC uses for those honestly, though. Good luck if you get off on corrupting people; maybe I already have a dark side different than what OKC picks up on. Dunno.
Related to that: I guess I have the potential to be more of a designated driver, because the times I've been around alcohol and drug use I've pretty much just watched other people get drunk and/or high. I'm cool with it, but doing drugs and drinking are really not for me. I've never been asked to be a designated driver, though. I'm not in alcohol/drug use situations often, but I'm not adverse to them. I've pretty much just seen soft drug use like marijuana in person, but I have met a few people in the past couple of years in their 20's and 30's that messed up their minds and/or bodies on acid, cocaine, or whatever but I'm not in contact with them now. They were being rehabilitated.
I've never tried drugs myself, but I don't want to either, really. If I want to expand my mind or get high or something, I'll figure out some other way.
One thing that's different about my life: I'm adopted and I've been sought out by my birth father. Being sought out is rare and being sought out by your father is even more rare according to a book I read some of. The book is called Birthright by Jean Strauss. We've met in person and through the release of information by the courts and talking to him I now know my birth mother's name. He told me the first name, and my name at birth (which was generic) had her last name. I'd say I have two families because of this.