If I can meet your needs with reasonable accommodation, and you can do the same for me, and we are both ready to step up into a committed, long term relationship, then I don't care what tv shows you watch, or what your favorite music is. I'd hate to think how many good prospects were passed up because they liked pepsi instead of coke.
I want to know if you're afraid of intimacy. I want to know if you can communicate your needs. I want to know if you are running from something inside yourself and have no sense of it.
I want to know if you get why the world is how it is or if you are frustrated by others and disappointed by the people around you (empathic and understanding the connected nature of humanity vs. not).
I'm not perfect on all above counts, so I don't expect you to be; but if the above sounds like complete gibberish to you, we probably aren't in the right place for each other.
My previous summary read:
Seeking/promoting the best for the most. I'm on that path to acceptance, of self and of others. Moving from the ego toward what's inside.
Movies: Movies made less for profit and more for the art
Shows: Democracy Now's The War and Peace Report, PBS News Hour, Frontline.
Music: Don't really know a genre I don't at least like some of.
Food: Strictly Anything