Pretty darn liberal in my views, but still romanticizing traditional gender roles a bit. More in a open-doors-for-you way than a go-make-me-a-sammich way. Less "women are weak and inferior", more "pick-you-up hugs are better".
Wanting to break out of the checklist undertone of first dates. I think that means meeting people who are also interested in making friends. I just want to relax, laugh, and let physical proximity be that first indication of something more.
Drawn to plain ol' nice girls. Unsung heroines giving up seats for strangers, lacking concern for attention or appearances, quietly pursuing passions. Not running a race, just finding their place. It ain't everything, but it's a damn good start.
"And I hope that if you like what I'm trying to say, or you'd like to know more about me, to please write." (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0bomkgXeDkE)
Movies: Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, The Incredibles, A Clockwork Orange, Contact, Scarface, Cinema Paradiso, Lost in Translation, Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, The Illusionist.
Shows: Game of Thrones, The Wire, The Sopranos, Clone High, The Daily Show & Colbert, The Office, SNL.
Music: This list would be way too hard to maintain. Let's just say alt. rock still grabs my ears.
Food: I want to say "EVERYTHING" so badly, but then I'd include fast food, grease pits, and licorice. I go for the healthier stuff, and tend toward fish/seafood if I eat meat.
Friday #2: Folding a paper airplane in the nose bleed seats of the Roger's Centre so my friend could huck it perfectly at a NY Yankee.
Friday #3: Doing laundry so I could dance (poorly) to 60's numbers like "You Really Got Me" and "Good Vibrations" the next evening.
Friday #4: Packing in preparation for a move to the East end, fueled by the power of sweet, delicious roti. Om-nom-nom.