Hmm... I've been described as goofy, random, loyal, kind, energetic, and a child-at-heart. I'm a bit ADD, so I could be all over the place and have trouble multitasking. My friend said that I don't have a good sense of "spatial awareness," so a lot of times I bump into people while shopping in grocery stores or in the mall (literally)...I'm a klutz :P
I understand that bisexual girls sometimes have the bad reputation for being the oversexed, attentions-seeking, flirtatious type on TV shows. However, I take monogamous relationships seriously, and admitting that I am bisexual only means that if there is a chance for me to fall in love with either gender (even if it's just 10 percent). In general, I am attracted to a feminine, curvaceous, smooth female form, as it is like a beautiful work of art. However, a guy can turn me on just as much, especially through his intellect and goofiness. All in all, gender has less to do with chemistry and connection. It's about who you are.
There's a saying, "Happiness is only real when shared." I truly agree with that statement. I would love to meet a friend to become special companion to share all the experiences in life, whether it's attending concerts, traveling, clubbing, camping, going on a spontaneous road trip, skydiving, or cuddling on the couch watching movies. I enjoy life by living one day at a time, and would love to share that experience with someone who feels the same.