What I choose to write to describe myself is actually quite irrelevant, isn't it? What really matters is that we both can get along. You don't have to like the same things I like, that means I have less to learn about you. I can choose to list all the things that would make me seem appealing, but the truth is, if you really like someone, you find yourself looking at their faults endearingly, right?
To be more specific, I'm a photographer and pharmacy technician. Philosophy is phun too.
You're intelligent, have a random but useful data bank of information in that cranium of yours, and aren't afraid to bring up non sequitur subjects for conversation and/or humor.
And you're not always on your phone when spending time with someone. It's ok if it's an emergency, someone is sleeping, or it's an extreme case of downtime, otherwise, respect the hangout.
Otherwise, it would be nice to talk with someone who's always stuck in their car waiting for your NPR program to finish. Or if you have an xsport membership, a spot is always nice. Do you like to look at the world as if it's brand new all the time?
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