Have people always been afraid of clowns, or is it trendy now to say you're afraid? Maybe it's just because people our age grew up when that "IT" movie came out with the killer clown. Still, I don't fear clowns. I will kick clown ass.
Now that I have your attention: I'm a world-traveled, complex/spontaneous, and because I've recently turned 31, it seems like I'm a new frontier being in this new age bracket as a female. Oh well!
I am more on the introverted side, but that doesn't mean I'm shy: I enjoy performing in improv comedy, doing karaoke (occasionally) and I am a journalist, so I meet a lot of new people constantly. I do value alone time, though, which is when I get my writing and blogging done. "Alone time" could also mean just heading out to farmers market to walk around by myself, listening to some EDM playlist on Spotify.
As for the guy I'd like to meet, I need someone mentally stimulating who enjoys deep conversations about all topics. I'd also hope he has a rapid-fire wit, passionate about his hobbies/career, genuine, affectionate guy. A dash of nerdiness doesn't hurt, either.
Oh, and expect to be defeated if you play Tetris or Boggle against me.
--Writing utensils, whether that's my laptop or just a pen/paper.
--My cat (spilled the beans there, I guess if you're allergic or hate cats it won't work)
--A current passport (oh wait, I need to renew mine)
**You appreciate a fun, flirty, sarcastic female.
**You actually want to date, not just bang and/or just casually see what's out there after a long term relationship. Not. Interested.
**You can make me laugh.