I'm the kind of guy that would rather have a long-term friendship than a short-term relationship. I'd prefer to hang out with and get to know someone as a friend before we make an informed decision whether to "go all romantic and whatnot," as the kids say.
I'm the kind of guy that isn't just making small-talk when he asks "how are you?"
I'm the kind of guy that wants to connect on a deeper level. Screw pretending to be perfect for each other; I want to share feelings and FLAWS. We're all a little broken somehow (if you're not, I'm afraid you're reading the wrong profile), so let's stop pretending we're not and be there for each other.
I'm the kind of guy that wants you to be comfortable around me (am I supposed to say "...be comfortable around _him_"?). Anxiety sucks. I'm more comfortable when you're comfortable. You should be able to say taboo shit, wear sweat pants and fart around me. FYI I don't find makeup, high heels, dresses, and that kind of thing to be attractive--the idea of products in the interest of men at the expense of women is just a turn-off for me.
I'm the kind of guy that has a dry sense of humour and feels all naked not being able to use it very much in a text-only environment with complete strangers.
I'm the kind of guy that would send you a text message in the middle of the day asking what you think of the name "Angela Manslaughtersby" for no reason. Sometimes my brain leaks. Might as well get a reaction on it rather than let it go down the drain (the brain drain, presumably).
I'm the kind of guy that LOOOOOOOOOOVES cats. If you have cats you totally have to let me come over and meet them. Oh god I'm getting excited just thinking about it.
2. Having fluffy hair "like a kitty"
3. Writing software
And speaking of embarrassing, what happened to the "the most private thing I'm willing to admit" section?
Here's mine: I've never actually been in a romantic relationship.
It's true--in my school years I was struggling with a severe social anxiety disorder that precluded such things, and since then my career has made it so that I only very rarely meet girls, nevermind compatible, single ones. TODO: put a joke here to lighten things up.
And don't have kids. Sorry, but Other Peoples' Kids (OPK) make me feel all out of sorts (OOS?).