I am not typical nor main stream. I'm quirky, eclectic, geeky with a touch of nerd. A loner that that has some social skills and bounces on the edges of some social circles.
I'm an extroverted introvert. I believe in quality over quantity. I much rather, and do, spend my nights/weekends at home with my pets, working on hobbies, projects, pondering things. That is preferred over being out with people just to be social.
I go to concerts, newer music as well as established bands. I still get into and even look for mosh pits. I go to Ren Faires and I dress up in fantasy garb. I go to burner and flow events. I haven't made it to Burning Man yet, but at some point I will. I enjoy Fringe Theater and have a cousin that has his own Theater Company as well as some friends that have their own. I have even done stage hand work with them, it was fun. I go to comic and sci-fi conventions. I've been known to go to Goth clubs. A good friend of mine dj's once a month at one. I'm not a bar or club type but there are exceptions. I like going to museums, art galleries and being amazed. When I go I look at exhibits with child like interest. I'm a pet person. I have several cats and a couple aquatic turtles. I'm building a 6'x5'x3' indoor pond for the turtles. I'm still working on the design of it. It will be a full full Eco system; plants, fish, turtles, waterfall, I'm excited about it. I also ripped out my front yard and installed two 8' x 8' raised beds and I'm learning to garden.
I'm not looking for a serious relationship. If I'm looking for anything, it's a solid friendship that has potential for some sexy time. Any potential partner, causal or serious, has to be an individual. They need to have their own thing going on. I'm not interested in "completing" someone else. Complete people only, should apply. Please have your own interests, hobbies, etc Some to share, some to keep your own. I have mine. I'll share (and maybe encourage) but I also want my alone time as well. I'm comfortable being alone, I like it and sometimes prefer it. But that doesn't mean I don't enjoy companionship. I do. And as I sometimes want to be alone, sometimes I want to hang out with someone and go on an adventures, whatever they may be. A concert, a museum, a random road trip, helping you with a project, you helping me with a project, perhaps find good food, enjoy some conversation. You know, companionship, and it can end there, as friends. But if there's a physical click, let's have some fun in addition to the friendship. The healthiest relationships, romantic or otherwise, are based on a friendship.
So let's go have fun.