Extraterrestrial females and sentient artificial intelligences are welcome to apply, but must not be put off by astonishment and endless questions.
I'm highly amused by the number of people who's entire contribution to this section of their profile is "living it" or some variation thereof. As such, I'd love to meet someone who is not, in fact, living her life, though I suspect that would imply she's somehow in stasis, so I doubt there would be much conversation involved.
I'm rather interested in meeting someone who doesn't love to laugh. I've seen an inordinate number of profiles on here that claim their owners love to laugh, and as I've never met anyone who doesn't, I'm wondering how this attribute sets them apart from anyone else. Similarly, I'd like to meet someone who dislikes having fun.
Please note that as I am not trying to exclude the overwhelming majority of the population, I'm also interested in meeting people who do, in fact, like to laugh and have fun. I'm just very curious about these alleged people who don't.
Good conversation is pretty much always a higher priority for me than romance is, partly because I can enjoy it regardless whether or not any more comes of it, but also because for me, it's a prerequisite.
Since this question comes up so often, I'll answer it here. I do work out daily now, though I've only recently gotten back into it. I also walk fairly regularly as supplemental exercise.
Software design and development
Writing (novels, poetry)
Lately, it seems people have been noticing that my books are all available on Kindle. That makes me happy. :)
I have a new one too, that ought to be coming out before too long.
Movies: Pretty much all of the Marvel movies, The Hobbit, Lord of the Rings, The Fifth Element, Pirates of the Caribbean, Meet Me in St. Louis, X-Men (all), Maleficent, and too many more to list! Honestly, I like most anything with a compelling story, and I tend to care more about said story than I do about which actors are in it.
TV Shows: The Flash, Arrow, Doctor Who, BBC's Sherlock, Lucifer, Game of Thrones, iZombie, The Big Bang Theory, Castle, Firefly, Grimm, How I Met Your Mother, Leverage, The IT Crowd, and a few more.
Music: Mozart, Enya, Loreena McKennitt, Evanescence, Jonathan Coulton, The Beatles, The Beach Boys, Connie Talbot, far too many more to list.
Food: Pizza, enchiladas, pizza, lasagna, pizza, spaghetti, pizza, chicken strips, pizza, celery, pizza, raw carrots, pizza, blueberries, pizza, cantelope... did I mention pizza?
- My family
- My computers
- My Android-based phone
- Intellectual stimulation
- Good tea
I'm amused by the apparently large number of women on here who are looking for a man who likes to work out. While I do work out for health reasons, I don't believe I'm ever going to actually like it. I'm sorry if that's a deal breaker. As a non masochist, I'm just not likely to ever find pain enjoyable, but I wish you all well in your endeavor to find a man who does!
Lately, I've been thinking a little bit about the oddly large number of profiles on here where women claim that the best way to describe themselves is "I'm just me" or some variant thereof. I'm curious as to whether or not they've met people who were actually someone other than who they were, short of multiple-personality disorder. In the event that these women are simply attracted to tautologies, though, I'll state that we'll meet if we meet.
Also, since it's apparently important to so many people on here, I can distinguish spellings and meanings among homophones.
- Able to communicate effectively
- Interested in actual interaction
Ideal candidates will fail to meet the following criteria:
- Prone to manipulative or passive-aggressive behavior
- In possession of feline companion
- Repulsed by intelligence and/or geekiness
- Conventional consumption of tobacco
I respond to all messages I receive, even the ones barely worthy of the name. If all you say is "Hi" though, you'll probably only get a "Hello" in response.
Oh yes, and in case you didn't read my summary, I am allergic to cats. If that is a problem, I'm sorry, but allergy meds really don't help. Please note that Egyptian Sphynx cats are fine; I'm not allergic to those.