Then you'll probably want to actually describe what you like. Maybe something a little less obvious than "I love to have fun" because everyone loves fun. Something like "I'm a bit of a nerd. I like reading, computers, witty banter, and board games". Once that's done, you may want to throw in a couple curve balls because no one is one dimensional. "I like country music and playing sports. I'm pretty laid back and don't get stressed out about the little things. I'd rather go hang out with a couple close friends than spend the night at the bar".
Once you've said almost nothing about yourself in three paragraphs; that's when you move onto who you are. Say you're true to yourself instead of "Stubborn". "I like helping people: on the side of the road, at church, at work. I'm dependable and honest; just a nice guy." - a little truth and altruism goes a long way.
Make sure you have fun with it, make it your own. After all that, move onto other areas because people are sick of reading.