I want to live as much life as possible. I would much rather regret doing something than always wonder "what if", and therefore constantly seek exposure to new activities and ideas. I've been called many things, but never boring. I enjoy awkward situations, including talking to strangers (people say the darndest things when they're not trying to impress you and don't expect to ever see you again). I know a lot of really random, useless things, and it's not even the kind of stuff that is generally helpful at trivia. I refuse to take myself too seriously, and can't stand people who won't laugh at themselves. If you don't get sarcasm, then we will NOT get along. There's very little that I hate more than having someone "correct" me and "explain" something to me after I make (what I perceive to be) an obviously sarcastic statement. I overuse ellipses way too much... I love intellectual/philosophical/religious discussions, and I like people who can logically explain their opinions without attacking and getting defensive.
I really appreciate proper grammar and well-put-together sentences. If you confuse your/you're, it's not a deal-breaker...but I'll definitely cringe when I read it.
People who spend significant amounts of time with me say that I've helped them to view life in a different way. I don't view the world through the same lens as the vast majority.
If you're looking for a girl who is simple and easy, keep looking. I'm layered and complex and intense... and totally worth it. I've been told that I'm like the boss level of a video game. Interpret that as you will.
*** As an aside, I find the various ways people interpret this section to be very interesting. When I saw the prompt, the first few things that came to mind as "my self summary" turned out to be random things that conveyed a bit of the diversity/whimsy/eccentricities that make up me and my thinking. Stream of consciousness. It never occurred to me to list random accomplishments, occupation, place of origin and/or interests, as so many others do, because those are just superficial aspects of my life. My interests are diverse and change on a whim. They don't affect my core being. They wouldn't be included on an "About me" because they aren't WHO I am. In fact, I prefer to surround myself with people who have DIFFERENT interests (so that we may learn from each other and challenge each other) but similar curiosities about life, self, the universe, knowledge, and whatever else comes to mind that isn't mundane.
My original summary, I have only realized after viewing other profiles, is inadvertently completely abstract and intangible. I would encourage others to consider doing the same. Distinguish yourself from the masses!