I like animals, music, games (video, board, and card), and the internet. If you like those things, we'll probably be friends! I also have access to delicious baked goods, and if you stick around long enough, I might be able to cut you in on it.
I'm a programmer, a homeowner, a gamer, and very much a night person. I have a steady career, a wonderful family, two cats, and a small mountain of student loans and medical debt.
I like to think I'm a chaotic good, but I usually end up somewhere closer to true neutral. I typically keep my head down and just try to do what I think is right.
Apparently listing your weaknesses and dealbreakers is a useful thing to do up front, so here's some stuff:
• I am not religious. I usually get along just fine with religious people, but I don't want a relationship with one. It's not fair to either of us. The truth is, I don't know what's out there, and I don't think anyone else does, either.
• I spend a lot of time making and playing video games. It's a big part of who I am. I love spending time with friends, but sometimes I also love spending an entire day playing video games.
• I am a littleout of shape. I have lost a lot of weight since college, and I'm still working on the rest. I think it is very hypocritical for me to expect something out of others if I won't work for it myself.
• I grew up with animals, I and I can't imagine not having pets in my home. I currently have two cats. That's enough for me, but I could totally do more.
• I love interacting with other people, but I am an introvert, which means that I find social interaction somewhat draining (even when I enjoy it!), and I sometimes need to be quiet/alone to recharge. I value my time alone just as much as I value my time spent with others.
• I like to think of myself as easygoing and laid back, but I imagine some people would interpret that as apathy or non-confrontationalism.
• I sometimes swear, especially while playing video games, but not in front of children, parents, people I don't know well, or anyone who seems like they dislike it. I grew up religious, so I clean up nicely.
• I consider myself a progressive, a humanitarian, and an egalitarian, but I tend to dislike people who are easily offended, overly pushy, or cannot see both sides of a situation. I grew up conservative and have slowly drifted towards the liberal end of the spectrum, but there are things I like and dislike about both camps. Truthfully, I dislike extremists in either direction. Life isn't black and white.