If you haven't guessed yet, my tongue is definitely in my cheek above. I'm actually very settled. I have a good job (and a thriving business I will take over soon), a family I am close to, wonderful friends that keep me grounded and a stress free life. And I would love to share it with someone. I have lead a very privileged existence, and I acknowledge that. I have been given opportunities and options not open to many people. And because of that, I treat everyone with respect and humility.
My main goal in life is this: I would like everyone who has ever met to think that their life is just a tiny bit better for having met me. Even if it is a brief meeting and the improvement is minuscule, even if it just to put an unexpected smile on their face. Sometime I do it with my means, sometimes with my time and sometimes with my attitude.
It's a little contradictory, but even though I am kinda shy and introverted, I love meeting new people. People fascinate me. And I am trying to be more sociable these days. I am looking for someone that will get me out of my comfort zones. Take me to craft markets, up mountains, travelling to new places far and close by. I have the means to go, but not the impetus. I need someone that has the impetus but maybe not the means, so we can compliment each other and go on grand adventures.
Since everyone seems to be so interested in it, I tested as INTJ... though I am trying to be more E...
Microserfs - Douglas Copeland
Grunts - Mary Gentle
Anything from Terry Pratchett, Neil Gaiman, Peter David, Asimov, Tom Holt or Mike Grell
Clerks, Highlander (there should have been only one), Aliens, Eurotrip, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang
Firefly, Game of Thrones, The West Wing, House of Cards, The Big Bang Theory, Suits
My World Famous In Cape Town spaghetti bolognaise (Every single man can cook one dish well, and this one is mine), Nandos, CHEESECAKE!!
My White Male Cisgender privilege (I know I have benefited from it, and I acknowledge it exists, which is why I could never live without it... but I try to not let it influence how I react to other people and situations)