My primary passions are aerials and partner acrobatics
I enjoy gaming in all forms, computer, RPGs, board games. Don't care much for word puzzles or word games but Bananagrams is pretty fun. I run regular D&D games and also play with another group of friends.
I don't watch much television, lately just cartoons and the Daily Show. Sadly the news is so bad lately even Daily Show can't make it funny sometimes.
I'm fairly outgoing and enjoy meeting new people. I try almost anything at least once, and sometimes several times just to understand it better. I often don't grasp the difficulty of something until I try it myself. I enjoy learning new things, even if only briefly, this balances out by the fact that I don't often see projects all the way through.
I'm kink positive but it isn't essential or necessary for positive relationships, or a central focus of my life.
Norse Mythology, many books on game theory, design and mechanics,
several books on human psychology and deductive reasoning.
Don't watch a lot of movies but, Ghostbusters, Back to The Future,
Labyrinth, Dark Crystal, and the latest comic book super hero
movies are all fun.
I'd see more but getting friends or a date together doesn't seem to
line up well, schedules and such.
TV: Finished watching Firefly, Buffy The Vampire Slayer, BattleStar
Galactica (the recent one) pretty much all of any Star Trek (missed
a lot of DS:9), many childhood cartoons, Pinky & the Brain and
such, Futurerama, Daily Show.
My stuffed fuzzy bear
Things to climb
You want to talk to someone who can use a spellcheck, strives for good grammar and knows the difference between your and you're.
You want to talk to someone who actually reads your profile before messaging you, and only messages you because he thinks you're interesting. (Told you I know the difference)
You want to chat with someone who can use entire words and sentences instead of "Hey, u luk hawt."
If you see something of interest or you have some deep dark secret you can't keep to yourself but you feel like you just *have* to tell someone, but everyone you know may judge you for it; so it'd be safer to send to someone who doesn't already know you that well.