*sigh* No, that's not quite right.
Oh, ______ it. I never know what to say in these places, and the music is too loud for you to hear me anyway. Maybe something more introvert-friendly? I'll bring the strawberries.
I grew up in Iowa City, and have recently returned to it for graduate school (physics, science education) after half a life in Missouri and Washington, DC. Someday I want to teach physics at a little college and write novels. The novel I'm writing now is a speculative satire, sort of like Terry Pratchett/Douglas Adams. I used to work as a patent examiner (semiconductor electronics) at the US Patent Office, but discovered I am just not wired to be happy as a stressed-out bureaucrat.
I'm an INFP. Don't care if you like my hair. It was on the bucket list, so I tried it. That's how I roll. If you don't look deeper into people than that, I'm probably not interested anyway.
A lot of people on here say they're looking for someone "down-to-earth." No, thank you. I'm after a woman who tends to fly a bit, preferably by accident. "Work hard, play hard" sounds like some sort of uninspired competition. Please be quirky, creative, free-spirited, introspective, genuine, and/or honest to a fault. Please do cute little things you're not entirely aware of, and completely fail to make sense sometimes. Please be unpretentious and non-materialistic, with nary a trace of cynicism about you, and laugh with your whole self. Please enjoy the fact that I don't have any idea what's in style, and am not curious about it. Please like big, tall, fuzzy guys. (I go 6'5”/250, and I'm not waxing my chest, even if you say please with sugar on top.) Thank you.
I think I broke OKCupid's bar-graph machine. It's saying some stuff that I don't agree with at all. ($5,000 if you ever find anyone who thinks of me as a sex-driven extrovert.) I laugh at my own jokes, say exactly what I mean unless I'm obviously joking, never stop thinking (ever), and genuinely care about people.
Take a deep breath, and park your expectations at the curb. Maybe we'll laugh our asses off. Maybe it'll get even more fun after that. A wild imagination is good for lots of things.