I'm whimsical and clever, but may drive you crazy with my pedantry. I am loving, but inscrutable; gentlemanly and witty, but initially reserved. I am clearly an anachronism in most respects, though opinions differ on whether I am currently residing in the wrong century or merely the wrong decade. Those who enjoy enigmata in another person often find the invariably fruitless journey to reverse-engineer my psyche fascinating.
I used to be uninterested in travel, but over the last few years I have fallen in love with Europe. England, Scotland, Wales, and Italy have been my significant destinations so far, and I am always interested in revisiting these countries or experiencing new ones.
I am an incorrigible cuddler; in a relationship, I adore spending time with my girlfriend, though after a while I tend to need a little time to myself. My natural tendency is to be extraordinarily affectionate in general and passionate in private.
My curiosity is natural and pervasive; if that trait is mirrored in someone else, then we are likely to become close.
I am far too cognizant of my excessive use of the personal pronoun in this section, especially in too many trite subject-verb constructions. Does anyone else think about these things?