I'm not great at describing myself; I'm too close to the subject.
My obsessive need to represent myself accurately leads me to contemplate a rewrite of this profile every time I log on. Should I talk about my charm and wit, or does that sound too self-aggrandizing? Do I list my flaws, or does that make me sound sad ? Am I self-aggrandizing and sad? As far as I can tell, I'm good at keeping the conversation going, quick to say yes to a social opportunity, and a lot less invested in what other people think than I used to be.
You will probably also notice that I am not "masc," if that's one of those things you're into. I act like a man in that I am a male-identified human who takes actions, but my definition of "masculine" isn't as boring as some people's. I have malleable levels of butch and swish depending on the day, and we can all be reasonable about that I think.
MOVIES: I watch movies. (I used to have a really long list in this section, but honestly who cares?)
MUSIC: I listen to music. (See above.)
TV: I binge watch TV shows. (Ditto.)
FOOD: Pretty much anything vegetarian. I'm often eating. I tend to go for six or seven smaller helpings throughout the day rather than three standard meals. I'm like an anorexic hobbit.
1) coffee (I love it so)
2) a computer with an internet connection (which in this day and age is like 70 things, so that's cheating but whatever)
3) hair dye (I get bored and turn myself into a cartoon character once in a while)
4) a great big box fan (even in winter, I keep it on all night because the sound helps me sleep)
5) a full-on bathroom (some of you are into camping and that's awesome, but I'd rather poop on a toilet and wash myself in a hot shower)
6) I'm looking forward to meeting #6 and deleting this account
(Also, I would obviously survive without one or more of these things, and have done so previously. But this collection gives more insight into my personality than just listing water, oxygen, and loved ones.)
I'm sure you've already figured out if you're going to message me. The pictures were probably a large part of that decision; after that, you were just checking the text for obvious red flags. (Don't be ashamed, we've all done it.)