I'm a cisgendered, heterosexual, heteromantic male. I'm a very smart, kind, funny person. In Myer Briggs, My personality is ENFP. I'm pretty laid back, but I'm also a hard worker. I'm a people pleaser. I'm fascinated by what motivates people. I'm open-minded, compassionate, and strive to understand everyone's point of view. I'm also benevolently idealistic. I play guitar too. I think laughter is a wonderful thing.
I also tutor Calculus 2 at West Chester through the math department. Many of the people I've tutored were very grateful for my help and had improved grades as a result. I like helping people and knowing that I'm making a difference.
I'm also pretty funny in both a silly way and a deadpan way.
I'm very adaptable and good at adjusting to unpredictable scenarios.
I'm also good at not knowing what I am good at.
I am not a good judge of the first thing that other people notice about me. Obviously other people are much better.
Music: The Beatles, The Smiths, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, The Who, Steely Dan, Crosby Stills and Nash, Billy Joel, Queen, Bob Dylan, Jonathan Coulton, Prince, Weezer, Radiohead, Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Blink 182, Green Day, Reel Big Fish, Sara Bareilles
TV: Game of Thrones, Masters of Sex, The Newsroom, Shameless, Lost, The Office, M*A*S*H, Frasier, Seinfeld, The Simpsons (The first 10 seasons), Family Guy (Before it got cancelled), The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, The Big Bang Theory
Movies: American Hustle, The Usual Suspects, The Big Lebowski, A Clockwork Orange, The new Marvel films,
I have a weakness for pop music. More so older pop music, but I listen to almost everything except rap. (I like rap when it serves as social commentary, not when it's misognyistic or in any way obnoxious.)
I know that's seven things, but I did not want to leave anything out.
I'm also a little bit obsessed with Myers Briggs and other Personality theories. For those of you who are familiar with it, I'm an ENFP. I will probably try to figure out your type. Don't feel like a lab rat. It will help me relate to you and you will gain personal insight.
I've noticed that a lot of people on here say they spend a lot of time thinking about their future. While I do think about that, I'm pretty much centered in the present moment, since this is the only moment that life is available to us. The past is nothing more than a collection of memories and the future is a vague mist of possibilities. The present is HERE and NOW. I think about how what I do now affects my future. Even though I live in the present, I can see a few steps ahead.
I also think about how nice it would be to have a girlfriend.
You actually want to meet in person and want to do so sooner than later.