I work out regularly, and am very youthful in both appearance (usually guessed as being at least 10 younger than my age) and, more importantly, in attitude. I'm very affectionate. If we're out together, it won't feel right if we aren't walking hand in hand. I'm also somewhat rare in that I've never been married, have no children, yet have somehow avoided living with my mother for more than 30 years - go figure. (But to answer a frequent question, I did have a long-term - maybe 18 years or so - relationship.) I'm now starting the next chapter in my life, and want someone special to share it with.
Movies: Being a bit of a geek as a boy (okay, maybe still?), I grew up reading Marvel comic books. So watching them now come to life on the big screen has has been both very entertaining and a bit nostalgic. Although I'm unsure as to how this affects my geek status, I also like romantic comedies. Apparently I have something of a sentimental and/or romantic streak hidden deep below the surface. I try to keep it submerged, but it surfaces frequently. (Most recent fave was "The Hundred-Foot Journey".) Also a big fan of live theater.
Music: I like almost everything - rock, classical, alt, even some country (Cash, Waylon & Willie). I listen to new music, but will always love classic rock. (I will always believe John Fogerty is the greatest rock'n roller this country has ever produced, and insist on using Steely Dan to test new speakers.) I'm also a big Jimmy Buffett fan, but my Parrothead days are pretty much behind me.
Food: I love food - especially French, Italian, Cajun, Asian, cheese, chocolate, etc. Love anything that goes well with wine (and even some things that don't).
Sadly, I'm also one of the many addicted to my smartphone (Droid, to be specific). While not prepared to say it revolutionized my life or anything, I'd likely put up a fight before losing it. Okay, I'll give you my Droid when you pry it from my cold, dead hands.
Also, trying to remember the Oxford comma. I used it as a child in school, it then disappeared, but is now apparently back in vogue. I'm fairly certain a missing Oxford comma was part of the Bush administration justification for the Iraq war.
Also, I have no uvula. Really. It was removed along with my tonsils in the summer of '08. (And yes, an adult tonsillectomy is EVERY bit as horrible as they say it is.) The tonsillectomy was needed after discovering I suffered from mild sleep apnea due to (almost hate saying because it sounds like a cheap pick-up line!) my tongue being too large. I swear it's true.