Here to find potential friends with similar interests and a compatible personality.
Friends only. No sex.
I've been in a monogamous relationship with the same guy for 8 years now. I have zero interest in screwing that up.
I'm going to say this one more time: Friends only.
No straight men, sorry. Women and gay men only.
I err on the side of being polite and reserved with most people -- but some of my best friends have described me as a living cartoon. If I get to know someone well and really get along with them, I'm pretty goofy.
I like getting excited about things, but I tend to be careful. I give into wacky adventurous impulses from time to time. I like to plan, work for goals, and organize, but I'm also lazy or spontaneous at times & I appreciate the good life. I adapt. I'm also kind of a dork. I like cheesy things & nonsense humor. I have a dark side, (just like everyone else!), but I try to express it in positive &/or humorous ways. -- I do have curiosity, & perseverance. I usually end up laughing if life is really hard, disgusting, undignified.
There is a very practical side to my personality, I do what I need to do to survive and work towards my goals, but I enjoy being really silly, weird, creative, adventurous. I like people who are about learning & laughing & being awesome. I'm not afraid of hard work and I often make myself do difficult things for fun, but I need a systematic understanding and plan if I'm going to continually invest time and effort in something difficult OR important.
I'm the kind of person who is interested in everything - if I only had thousands of years to live! I do mean everything. Epidemiology, psychology, geology, fashion design, philosophy, chemical engineering, phylogeny, industrial design, composing music, singing, martial arts, horseback riding, computer animation, criminology, economics, cellular chemistry, politics, baking, ontology, epistemology, cooking, auto repair, et cetera. There isn't time enough in this life (or room enough in my brain, I suspect) for everything I wish I could experience, learn, become skilled at. All the same, I appreciate ordinary things - there is much to enjoy in normal life, particularly if you use your imagination & creativity & are willing to work for it.
My biggest challenge in life now seems to be that of focusing on a limited number of things, simplifying my life, & being practical -while living with creativity & poetry.
I might not check my messages for a long time, because I hardly ever log into this site.