I'm very happily involved with my lovely girlfriend, Chaiamante. We're still casually hanging around the site though. Can't ever have enough interesting friends!
I like words. In fact, if you let me, I'll stack two to four adjectives or adverbs in front of every even mildly content-bearing word I say or type. It probably doesn't help that my handling of those adjectives' meanings is, err, rather liberal. Native English speakers tend to think I don't know what I'm talking about and proceed to kick me in the rear - trust me, most of the time I (think I) do.
My Myers-Briggs type is STFU.
I pretty much breathe sarcasm and (mostly half-assedly bad) jokes. It's rather rare that I'm serious, and when I am it usually means that I'm thiiiiis close to messing up something important and have decided to do what the situation actually requires instead of searching it for some hilarious angle to exploit for teh lulz.
I speak with an accent that is a weird mix of faux (pretentious! yay!) British, my sort-of-native German and subconscious assimilations of speech-related habits of people around me. In fact, I sometimes (unintentionally) pronounce "can't" as "cohn't" because Chase on House MD does. I like him. Snooty-seeming blond guys should be cut more slack. I'm also known for speaking in ebonics, although I look like I really, really shouldn't. And as if that wasn't bad enough, I'm pretty fluent in lolspeak and terrible memes; to a degree that has me considering engineering a device that'll clone me just so I can punch myself every time I announce to do something in a bossish manner. It's a little sad, yes.
Biographically I was born in Ukraine, grew up in Germany, lived in France for a bit, had a very brief Edinburgh shunt and now attend grad school in Baltimore. Spent two summers in San Francisco for added awesomeness. If you're up for doing strange things in Baltimore or DC, involving me in regular running or climbing activities or just want to message, mail or chat, hit me up!