I'm very trusting, almost to naivete. I take people at their word, and even if I think there may be some hidden meaning, I act on their word and trust them to follow it, and let them be the one to prove that true or not.
Meeting up with people requires planning on my part. It's almost necessary to have a goal/activity in mind (even if just hanging out) in order to arrange meeting, but from there, all bets are off.
My self-confidence is either inappropriately high or very low, there's rarely a middle ground. I'm honestly not sure why. I usually feel really good about myself when I'm around people I like, and feel bad about myself when I'm alone or at work.
I am an enormous goofball, very absurd, and silly. There are very few aspects of myself I take seriously. The majority of my humor consists of dad jokes and bad puns. Also, lots of dank memes.
Typical activities I enjoy are more sedentary than not, though I certainly wouldn't mind a short trip or a walk outside. I like reading, video games (especially for PC), tabletop RPGs like Dungeons and Dragons (as well as many others), wasting time on Facebook, watching movies, playing group social games like Cards Against Humanity, occasionally playing my guitar, and Magic the Gathering.
Labels you could apply to me: weird, funny, awkward, friendly, intellectual, avant-garde, anxious, social, sometimes witty, agreeable, likable, adaptable, comfortable, trusting, specific.
making dad jokes
having awesome eyebrows
making people uncomfortable
being the butt of jokes, apparently, though always in good fun
Absorbing your bad vibes. I'm like a sponge for bad feels and generally help people relax.
sounding like I care in a customer service role
being polite when appropriate
being inappropriate when appropriate
optimizing a Fallout character build
writing character backgrounds/personalities/stories
I'm also technically autistic, but the last time I got tested, I was functionally non-autistic. Go figure.
Please message me if you have any corny jokes, I love them and can't get enough of them.