Adaptability is a high priority for me, and as such I prefer not to set many things about myself in stone. I would never restrict my dietary choices due to the loss of potential options, I refuse to limit myself to a gender role dichotomy, and I am completely open to having my personal beliefs challenged and modified.
I have recently started identifying with the general concept of demisexual/demiromantic attraction. Mostly this is relevant on here as a warning that I have to make very deep connections with people, regardless of their gender(which I find irrelevant, anyway), before I can feel romantically or sexually towards them. Therefore, I am looking for friends at this juncture that could eventually lead to something more, but I definitely want to avoid anyone feeling strung along.
I'm really good at cleaning things, but I lack the drive to do routine cleaning, so this only manifests itself in random places and in strange ways.
I've always been very good at taking things apart. I figure that I would be equally as skilled at assembling if I ever had the motivation to do so.
How It's Made, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, The 10th Kingdom, Avatar: The Last Airbender, Leverage, Eureka, Kolchak the Night Stalker, My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU, Better Off Ted, Warehouse 13, Pushing Daisies, The Big Fat Quiz of the Year, QI.
The Producers (2005), Titan A.E., The Italian Job (2003), The Road to El Dorado, The Mummy, Princess Mononoke, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, The Good, The Bad, The Weird, Jeremiah Johnson, Cutthroat Island, Constantine, King Arthur (2004).
Matthew Reilly, Terry Goodkind, Rob Thurman, Neil Gaiman, Robert Jordan, Jasper Fforde, Christopher Moore, Jim Butcher.
I try to keep up with a few webcomics weekly; my favorites are Girl Genius and El Goonish Shive.
My favorite cuisines so far are Peruvian, Cajun, and I'm slowly working my way through Eastern Europe. I pride myself on being an eclectic eater and enjoy trying many new foods.
-Interesting weather- particularly thunderstorms
-Variety...I have serious problems with boredom and apathy.
-Also adrenaline, for much the same reasons. I live for adventure.
-Wilderness...I was raised a farm boy and Boy Scout, and being away from trees and fires and natural water makes me edgy.
-Imagination. It keeps me going when times get tough.
I spend a large amount of my time thinking about activities that I would rather be doing than sitting around thinking. Unfortunately, my personal satisfaction in doing activities on my own is the same whether I physically do them or just imagine doing them. It is the added element of participating with other people that makes activities worthwhile.
For people near me, I am always looking for physical activities to participate in, so let me know if you need to round out a volleyball or soccer team, or would like a workout buddy. I'm tired of having to settle for exercising with people I don't like.