Now, whatever the opposite of a "playboy" is... that's me. Completely incapable of seeing when women flirt with me. Basically, I suspect that I'm on the autism spectrum when it comes to this. But I am extremely honest. Can also balance a checkbook and plan a trip around the world but I may as well be a coatrack in a dance club.
I've visited around 50 countries and independent territories (plus 2 occupied territories that should be independent). Favorite thing to do on a nice weekend... motorcycle ride to a city I've never seen. I've only seen two movies that were better than the books they're based on. I *HATE* watching sports. Can't think of a bigger waste of time than seeing people running up, down, or around a field.
P.S. Please put something in your "most private thing" field. Anything. If the most private thing you can admit is loving tofurkey, then please put that down! Tell us that you ate a spider once. Talk about your love for Bollywood music videos. Admit that you cheated on a test. The key words are "willing to admit".
The Shawshank Redemption
Voices of a Distant Star
The God Who Wasn't There
Seeking a Friend for the End of the World
Memories of Matsuko (嫌われ松子の一生)
Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs
The Usual Suspects
American History X
I Love You Phillip Morris
The Day the Earth Stood Still
Across the Universe
An Idiot Abroad
Mystery Science Theater 3000
Last Week Tonight
The IT Crowd
Now and Then, Here and There (今、そこにいる僕)
Harvey Birdman Attorney at Law
The Tick (animated)
Scarred Lands - Dead God Trilogy
any book by Bill Bryson
Last Chance to See by Douglas Adams
The Time Traveler's Wife by Audrey Niffenegger
Operating Manual for Spaceship Earth by R. Buckminster Fuller
The Charwoman's Shadow by Lord Dunsany
The Road by Cormac McCarthy
Deep Dish Pizza
Granny Smith Apples
Kung-pao Chicken Noodles
Bread 'n butter from Outback Steakhouse
...and quiet time every now and then.
...you've given up on "true love". If you've realized that there are probably several thousand very good matches, but no "perfect person" that you're destined to meet. If you value trust and communication more than that feeling of lust (that most people mistake for love).
...you think jealousy is unhealthy in a relationship.
...you agree that a wedding ring doesn't need a diamond or to cost more than US$1000.
Please move along if you're a princess who needs a manservant to pamper her. I'm looking to share my life, not sacrifice it to somebody that doesn't appreciate others.