So, anyway, that first paragraph has probably scared off a large
majority of people. I'll let you be the judge of whether it was
intentional or not. :)
Despite my ability on conveying myself through language, I still
struggle to define myself properly. It's not necessarily because I don't know how to, but because I don't typically see or know a lot of people who are like me -- having a lack of references to work with makes the definition that much harder. The best entity for that would be you, provided you have sufficient analytical skills.
I hate using the words 'introvert' vs. 'extrovert'. I do what I want and pretend that I'm not too narcissistic, despite the fact that other people make me feel that way simply by observing them in their natural habitats.
...I kid. But I do tend to have a somewhat furtive attitude and
demeanor, which spawns from [a healthy dose of] cynicism. Society usually stretches this cynicism and multiplies it unnecessarily. I like listening and reading people's views, as I enjoy seeing how other people deal with 42. Regardless of this, sociologically I just want to have fun. :3 It's a bit of a paradox, methinks.
I have immense respect for people who've developed a set of ethics on their own, and not used too many external references. After all, everything is dynamic to some extent and not static. It doesn't quite matter if they're "right" or "wrong", as long as you're not completely obnoxious and your mind still has some liberty and is not governed by the cold iron grips of authoritarianism. Wittiness of all kinds makes me smile uncontrollably, and anti-social wittiness makes me grin like a bad anime character. Independence and the ability to have control over our genetic pre-programming are also admirable traits.
I adore nerds. (Real ones, not 'geek-chic'. Barf.) And Jean-Luc Picard.