Unlike seemingly everyone else on this site, I'm not driven by a desire to seek excitement (though I've recently developed a taste for travel, which I am beginning to happily indulge). Instead, I adore effervescent conversation and good company over any particular surroundings or events, and will choose an interactive activity, amusing conversation, or well-articulated debate over passively watching a movie nine times out of ten.
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.
I'm whimsical and brilliant, but may drive you crazy with my pedantry (growing up reading dictionaries and "1,001 Questions and Answers" books was, in retrospect, possibly a mistake). 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. In many ways I can be both predictable and mysterious at once; that is to say, people rarely know what I'm thinking, but they often know what I will decide. Those who enjoy enigmata in another person often find the invariably fruitless journey to reverse-engineer my psyche fascinating.
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?
. . . Hmm. I probably should have saved that for the "I spend a lot of time thinking about" section.