Anyway, all of this moving around has made me adaptable to most situations, and adept at getting along with just about anyone. It's also taught me that there is always something to be had in common with another person, no matter the first impression.
Editing now because shy doesn't apply to me anymore. It took a whoooole lot of time and work, but now I'm outgoing and confident in social situations. It's so much fun I can barely stand it.
I'm pretty low key in my habits and hobbies, large crowds and flashing lights tend to lead to sensory overload and headaches for me, so I'm more of a neighborhood bar than a downtown club sort of girl. I do make exceptions though, because dancing is awesome, no matter how ridiculous of a dancer I am.
I read until my eyes cross, play fun video games, and apply thick layers of sunscreen to my poor poor skin in my annual summer quest to become a proper water mammal.
Note 5/10/12--I just took a test on my philosophy whatever. It says that I'm a rationalist, and now I'm deeply offended >:(
Also, all you spelling obsessives out there, just think about how annoying you are to all of the dyslexics out there. Spelling is such a mundane and inaccurate measure of intelligence or curiosity.