I think that's a good place to start. I do enjoy a good breakfast. I once grabbed food with someone at a diner, and they couldn't understand why someone would have an omelet for dinner. Sadly, they are missing out. Because breakfast for dinner is awesome.
I'll be upfront, and state that I'm a writer. Is that a red flag? Perhaps. We all have them, so might as well wave it proudly. I mostly write features and spec television projects, but I also love writing plays, and I'm trying my hand at a novel. It's a new challenge, so we'll see how that experiment plays out.
I love stories. Books, television, movies, name it, I'm a fan. There are times when I get needlessly enthusiastic about these as well, and it's a lot of fun to share whatever I'm reading or watching. For instance, I just discovered that in 2011 there was a 6 song album where two of the four collaborators were Neil Gaiman and Ben Folds. One of my favorite authors and my favorite singer/songwriter. How did I not know about this? And who can I convince to enjoy the song "The Problem with Saints"?
Humor is very important. I enjoy being around goofy people. I'm a bit of a nerd myself, so I've never been one to try to be "cool." Primarily, because I know I'm not. I tell bad puns and involve odd looks and voices into my jokes. That's not something a "cool" person does, is it? If it is, then I'm absolutely cool.
I have a great imagination, and I'd love to meet someone that does as well. I'm still very "down-to-Earth", and I don't consider myself an "LA Guy" at all, even though I've been out here for 10 years. It's funny to think that I've been out here for about a third of my life, but there it is. I'm from a small town in Upstate New York originally, and I still have a bit of that mentality.
And that sort of sums me up... to an extent.
Random thing: All cats love me. I don't know what that says about my personality, but it's true. I have no problem with dogs either, but for some reason, all cats and I are immediately pals.