I once tried to change my Facebook profile relationship status to In a Relationship with Me, Myself, and I. But it turns out you can't do that. No, I don't love myself so much I want to date me. I thought it would be funnier than the basic single.
My humor comes out in all sorts of strange ways: I laugh at the double meanings of signs, and the Boy Scout pledge, anything that seems odd to me at the time.
I wake up without effort most days, no need for coffee, 14 punches of the snooze button, or a dog jumping on my face.
Sometimes I talk too much, but I also listen well. I have often been the person friends come to with relationship problems, or decisions like changing jobs.
I find the world to be a mixture of completely pointless junk and a lot of seriously cool stuff. The trick is to find the bits worth seeing.
Large groups of people are not my thing, so if the entire group cannot fit on a smallish elevator it is too big for me. Loud large parties don't interest me. If I have to shout to be heard it is too loud.
I am a very affectionate person. I strongly prefer a romantic partner who likes to touch and be touched in small ways throughout the day. I have no fear of clothed PDA, holding hands, or other intimacies.
People I meet often think I am an engineer or an architect. Last week a guy I met and talked to for 20 minutes told me he would vote for me for Mayor if I ran, so he must have thought I was a lawyer?
I just read some of the blog posts from this site, and my favorite line was: The primacy of America's most popular threesome, two dudes and an Xbox, is safe. That got me laughing, even though I don't play Xbox more then once every couple years.