Love is never a bad thing. Spread it, like you would hugs!
I live and die by The Golden Rule: "Do unto others as you'd have them do unto you."
Me = ENFJ
I am a huge fan of personal growth. I believe that we are always growing and changing. Or at least, we should be. If you aren't expanding, you are contracting. To hell with Status Quo. Trees never stop growing, why should we?
I don't have cable, and live quite happily without it. If I could, I would get The History Channel, Discovery Channel, Comedy Central, and Cartoon Network. I subscribe to a fairly minimalist existence (even though I don't adhere to it sometimes). There is so much crap people buy and spend their money on that usually just weighs them down. The oft cited quote "The things you own, end up owning you." is very true. Besides, who needs cable when there is the internet and Netflix?
I believe rational discussion can solve, if not mitigate, any argument. Thats not to say that emotions have no place, but yelling/screaming/freaking out/giving in to anxiety/etc never solves anything and only serves to further drive the stake between two people. In my opinion, there is not reason that any relationship cannot end amicably. So long as both parties discuss things rationally and with honest intentions, there should be no reason two individuals can't reach a civil agreements.
I so enjoy walking in the woods. Parks and trees make me smile. Use yer legs!!
I'm also a cuddle addict. I mean, despite being a massage therapist, I have always had an exquisite sense of touch in both giving and receiving.
I am free, idealistic, and emotive
I also just enjoy being a positive part of peoples lives.
I enjoy challenging my brain and ingesting information. This is an especially daunting task considering my mind has a tenancy to wander...
I'm also keeping my eyes open for a Puzzle Fighter challenger. Sadly, I left them all back in Minnesota...
Might also be my red beard... My voice (if I'm speaking).
Movies: The Fountianhead, The Secretary, Fight Club, Joe's Apartment, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Jurassic Park, The Butterfly Effect, Lion King, The Terminal, Forrest Gump, The Royal Tenenbaums, Caveman, Encino Man, damn near any zombie movie, Short Circuit, Shawshank Redemption, Half Baked, Aladdin, Office Space, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Lord of the Rings, Back to the Future, Beauty and the Beast, Multiplicity, True Lies, The Edge, the Shadow, Tombstone, Mallrats, Star Wars, and Popeye ...to name a few...
I also love Documentaries. Lots of them.
Music: Metallica, Nobuo Uematsu, Tesla, Linkin Park, Cowboy Bebop, Finger Eleven, Gone Jackals, Guns N' Roses, Kansas, Skid Row, Yoko Kanno, Rob Zombie, Hammerfall, The Ink Spots, and Neal Fox are a few off the top of my head. Honestly I just enjoy music, more than any specific artists.
Food: I'm working really hard on an emotional eating dysfunction from my childhood. It's pretty harsh.
I do spend a lot of time pondering the depths of my fellow man (or woman) in efforts to understand them, and thus myself, better. The great human puzzle has no edges. But that shouldn't dissuade you from putting pieces together and seeing just a little bit more of the picture. You think you know, but you've only begun. We think we understand, but we are fledgling.
I have a Fetlife profile.
Also, the desired size/shape/weight of my potential partners is less important to me for physical attraction, and far more important to me in terms of their health. It isn't that I shy away from a larger woman because I find her unattractive (because that is not the case. I have dated and been intimate with all types.) but rather because of what I know about the human body, and the kind of strain it puts on us physiologically, and the toll it takes over the years. Call me selfish, but I have no intention of getting serious with someone who is destined for heart problems and diabetes...
You enjoy dynamic conversation.
You want to challenge me at Puzzle Fighter.
I've never been one for the whole dating protocols. I like to meet people and get to know them If there is a spark of attraction, then we will see where it goes.