I love going to museums, going on hikes, going to concerts, trying new restaurants, cooking entirely new recipes, being a tea snob, watching roller derby, playing trivia, staying in and watching terrible movies, going out and watching terrible movies, trying new craft beers, people watching, making up stories, and, above all, excellent conversations. I'm genuinely interested in knowing more about the people that I interact with--I find the diversity of humanity to be endlessly fascinating. I'll almost certainly ask you a lot of questions the first time we meet up. Sometimes this causes people to say that I don't talk about myself enough. I'm an open book, however, and will blather on about my own life ad nauseam, if you can interrupt me long enough to ask me a few questions in return. I strive to live a life without secrets, because I find secrecy to be stressful and generally pointless, so I will typically answer any question that is put to me.
I think that the way you view the world and the way you conduct yourself has a lot to do with perspective. It's easy to be negative about the world, but I generally choose not to be in my day-to-day life. I never go through a day without moments of genuine laughter, even if it's at my own expense. I also do my best to make everyday moments feel special and fun. I throw myself into experiences, even if I'm fairly certain it's something I'm not going to like, because it's way more fun to learn about something new and engage with it than it is to sulk and close your mind. I'm not 100% happy with where my life is at, and I'm sure my dreams will always be bigger than my reality, but I will always take what I have available and make it as fun, exciting, and interesting as I can.
Myers-Briggs says I'm an INFP, and I agree that their description sounds like me in a lot of ways. According to their diagnostic, this makes me "The Idealist," and stipulates that I am "driven to help people and make the world a better place." I would interpret that as being empathetic and passionate about my beliefs. I try not to judge people for their lifestyles, and am completely fine with many alternative viewpoints, which I think makes people comfortable with talking to me--that would cover the empathetic part. Making the world a "better place" is obviously a hugely subjective statement, but I have strong beliefs regarding social and human rights, and will certainly stand up for those if need be. If that makes the world a better place, then there you go.
TL;DR: if you value intelligence, enjoy a snarky wit, feel connected to a social consciousness, and frequently embrace your dorky side, we'll probably get along.