I'm definitely unique. I'm very much my own person, and sometimes that rubs people the wrong way. I don't always agree with people, and I won't always agree with you. I've been told by friends that when they first met me they thought I was aloof; I'm not aloof (see I'm not agreeing), but I'm not super-outgoing/loud either (at least at first). I tend to listen, observe, and take things in before I really inject myself into a situation, but I am trying to modify that at least to the extent that people don't see it as a bad thing. All of that is much more evident in group situations; in a one-on-one, people typically describe me as a flirt.
One of the things that most surprises people about me once they get to know me is that I don't really fit well into any category. And I'm proud of that. I like what I like because it interests me, not because I'm supposed to. I'm something of a hopeless romantic, but with an occassional cynical side; I'm socially-liberal, but not a democrat (nor a republican); I play sports (mostly baseball and football) and watch them (especially baseball and college football), but also love musical theatre, the opera, book club, and baking; I'm most comfortable at a hole in the wall, but also enjoy fine dining. I'm definitely nerdy about my interests, and appreciate others who aren't too cool to be themselves. I don't like anything ironically.
Some things that I particularly like: modern art, listening to NPR/TAL, jazz clubs, cooking and baking, reading, traveling, exploring neighborhoods and flea markets and hidden gems and foreign countries, and playing pub trivia. I also like vintage things, dancing, road trips, parentheses and semi-colons, barbecue, and watching movies.