I'm ultimately interested in finding something serious and long-term, but in the mean time I can enjoy and appreciate a wide range of kinds of relationships, and am open to pretty much anything so long as everyone's on the same page.
I love activities! Skiing, snowboarding, rock climbing, scuba diving, sky diving, going to the beach, theater, comedy, concerts, etc. Always open to trying something new.
That said, I also have a huge appreciation for a night in watching netflix or playing board games.
I love meeting new people and going on spontaneous adventures.
I'm also into theater and love going to shows, though I don't do it nearly as often as I'd like to. If you can recommend some good shows for me to see, let me know!
And now, some lists.
The Matrix, The Prestige, Primer, Brick, The Martian, Back to the Future, The Boondock Saints, The Protector, Princess Mononoke, Scott Pilgrim vs the World, The 40 Year Old Virgin, Pineapple express, Spaceballs, Half Baked
Dr Who (the 2005 version, seasons 1-6), Breaking Bad, Game of Thrones, Jessica Jones, Rick and Morty, Avatar TLA, Steven Universe, Adventure Time, Bravest Warriors, Over the Garden Wall, The IT Crowd, Community, Broad City, Firefly, 30 Rock, Arrested Development, Scrubs, 24, Full Metal Alchemist, Attack on Titan, Deathnote, Archer, The Venture Bros
His Dark Material Trilogy (The Golden Compass etc.), Song of Fire and Ice series (A Game of Thrones etc.), The Kingslayer Chronicles (The Name of the Wind etc.), The Wheel of Time series, Hyperion, Gateway, The Anubis Gates, Ender's Game, Old Man's War, Good Omens, Dune, The Giver, Sandman, Mistborn
Pluto (you'll always be a planet to me baby!)
A sonic screwdriver
The Fermi Paradox: http://waitbutwhy.com/2014/05/fermi-paradox.html
The nature of time / time travel
The inevitable future Mars colony
You want to go see theater and/or comedy with me.
You're okay with keeping things casual, at least for a while, and not rushing into anything too serious, while also staying open to the idea of it getting serious eventually if things move naturally in that direction. Note that serious does not *necessarily* imply monogamous (though it doesn't necessarily mean non-monogamous either). I have a lot of respect for the culture and values associated with polyamory (namely the emphasis on communication and explicit expectation setting) - that said at this point having never truly been in love I don't think I can really say whether I'm truly a monogamist or polyamorist at heart. I suspect I could be happy in a variety of arrangements, what's most important to me is that everyone is honest about what they want (both with their partner and themselves) and everyone is happy with the arrangement.