I'm never interested in being the smartest person in the room. I appreciate people who are curious about the world, and I enjoy learning from others; I am most drawn to people who feel the same. I tend to be strongly opinionated on matters important to me, while freely acknowledging the right of others to their own (educated) opinions. People who view their opinions and lifestyles as the only possible correct and right ones mystify me, and those who are unable to learn from, and appreciate, the educated opinions of others horrify me.
I like people who are slightly geeky/nerdy, but not socially awkward. Wide-ranging interests are good, as are respect and appreciation for human diversity. I get along best with people who appreciate the arts but feel most comfortable in jeans.
I'm the child of a left-brained conservative attorney and a right-brained liberal musician, and as a result, I can usually communicate equally well with engineers and artists. My father raised me to be Catholic, and my mom raised me to be a feminist, but only one of them stuck (you get two guesses on which one). I'm the oldest, and most of the resulting pop psychological profile applies.
I am a night owl, and my body clock does not adjust, much to my consternation. I have more energy after 10 p.m. than I do the rest of the day.
I wrote a bluntly honest personal one time. It used to be in my journal here. Unfortunately, they retired the journals so I can no longer link it in, but if you're interested in reading it, let me know!