FYI: we're into cosplay and if you scroll down and click on the "more photos" album, you'll see the sort of fun we've done.
I am often told I am intelligent (but I am not elitist about it), enjoy music, walks or more likely cycling, watching movies and DVD. I believe I'm optimistic, creative, and good at conversation, sometimes deep (as in philosophically), but it doesn't have to be.
While the calendar claims my age is some number, everyone says I'm more like a 30-something, including a recent trip to a doctor who did a full body assessment and calculated me as having the body of a 31-34 year old.
Wii Fit usually says I'm in my late 20s! LOL
I love to laugh and have been told I have a great smile.
Moved from England 22 years ago, but I still have a British accent.
I am fun-loving, innovative, and can (and like to) talk about many topics. So if you enjoy a good conversation, that'd be great!
I work with computers and networks, but work is work, and I'm sure it'd be pretty boring to talk to most people about (outside of the office).
I like to do fun things although they're probably not typical male activities, I enjoyed a solar eclipse a couple of years back, it was fun at ComicCon (I loved wearing costumes - and seeing everyone else's), and I do like improv, karaoke, and musicals.
I enjoy cycling too, for recreation, not for racing, BMX, or whatever, just to relax and stay reasonably fit.
I feel I can fix most things around the house.
Most things to do with a computer (not that into games though), playing music (with practice), I have a high end (studio quality) keyboard, and a couple of acoustic guitars!
People tell me I'm good at singing, which I'll have to agree to when people have even requested me to sing a song of their choice at karaoke bars! But when I hear myself ... ugh, I hear all my flaws!
Favorite movies are "Contact", "Matrix" series, and "Bill and Ted" - LOL. But it's really simply SciFi.
On TV I enjoy comedy "Big Bang Theory", "Tosh.0", or shows such as "Person Of Interest", old "Star Trek" and if they're on "M*A*S*H" (which seems to be rare now). I like documentaries such as "Through The Wormhole" and "Cosmos".
I like most music, as long as it's not discordant, and no "unintelligible shouting" for lyrics. My playlist is typically on random of my favorite 800-ish songs of all genres. I love clever lyrics, especially if they broaden my perspective on life, so I enjoy many artists.
On food, I love anything strawberry, and eat tons of fruit daily.
For me chocolate is a treat, love it! But I know it's not exactly healthy, so it's less often. Maybe that makes it all that nicer next time! Same is true for ice cream - especially mint!
However, in the spirit of what I think they're really asking, what I would miss if I went away, is my eyesight, the Internet including email, music, conversation, human contact, finally, openness & honesty (which I'll count as one item).
Frequently it used to be building something for Burningman but after going for 8 years straight, that's dwindled away mainly due to the organization, people's camps drama, it seems to be losing it's novelty, as well as everything else in my life needs higher priority than a weeks camping in the desert.
However, I do enjoy a Karaoke bar, and especially enjoy singing (although that's not usually a Friday).
On the topic of loud music vs conversation, I have noticed when some people have a party, it is common that the music is cranked up, which means conversation is (again) difficult. When I have a party, I enjoy to chat, but I don't want silence, so the music is BACKGROUND. However, I will admit to needing to turn the music down when someone else gets in my car.
And put it on the Internet!
Talk to me, I'm pretty open.
You're cool about the poly lifestyle, me being in an open relationship, or whatever name you attribute to it.
I do like curves, but that is (of course) way too subjective, what one person thinks is thin (or not), another will disagree, and everyone curves differently. But all I know I'm not guided by the mainstream media's idea of "an ideal person".