Overall I'd like to think that I'm a genuine, down-to-earth guy. My favourite kind of music is songs I like, and I'm less into songs I don't like. I like all foods except those I dislike. I'm very unique.
To review, I actually do consider myself genuine and down-to-earth, but it seems so generic that I felt like an accompanying paragraph of universal truths was basically required. I swear I'm kind of funny sometimes, but it doesn't always translate into text so well.
I'm a masculine gay - nope, not self-hating, it's just who I am. I think the phrase 'more "guy" than "gay"' summarizes things succinctly... Granted, some gays find that line offensive, but my objective isn't to insult - I've just found that that line tends to resonate with the guys I get along with best.
I like cars and have been known to ruin jeans while working on them, helping to feed that pile of holey jeans that always comes in so handy around laundry day. I'm generally into technical things... I study engineering. I can talk about feelings though, and I'm actually pretty outgoing.
Generally speaking, I'm into masculine guys and good conversation. Good conversation (by my definition) doesn't have to mean deep or life-changing - just that you're both engaged and can easily build off of each others' ideas or jokes. Masculinity and being in good shape are generally the things that make guys physically attractive to me, but quality of conversation is the thing that makes the difference between "would bang" and "would bang with intent to date." "Would not bang" comes up sometimes too, I swear.
Special note to all super-attractive guys: wink