- An extroverted introvert
- A Geek
- A cultured person with the vocabulary of a highly educated sailor.
According to Meyers-Briggs, I am a Mastermind (INTJ). I love to laugh and to make people laugh. I prefer to plan things out, but am totally fine with spontaneity and adapt quickly. I like to take things apart and figure out how they work (including guys I've dated/am dating :P ). I'm analytical, contemplative, and love to learn new things. I'm also a night owl, am left-handed (ambidextrous for everything except writing), and prefer wine over beer. Oh, and I've been playing the viola since I was 12 and chess since I was 8.
As far as interests go, I'm interested in a lot! My more active interests include:
- Video games
- Board/card games (favorites include: bridge!, chess!, cribbage, Settlers of Catan, Dominion, Magic: The Gathering, Ticket To Ride)
- Computer stuff
- Music/Playing the viola
- Gym stuff/yoga/zumba
- Go on long walks/hikes
- Explore new areas/Experience new things
I also have this tendency to rate people 4 or 5 stars on here in hopes of passively getting them to initiate conversation with me. Did it work?
I have a lot of lofty goals that change periodically depending on what interests me. You should ask about that. :) (not-so-subtle conversation starter suggestion)
- Making lists of threes
Movies: My tastes vary widely, but I'm always a sucker for a good action/adventure movie or comedy.
Music: My music library is mostly classical (favorite composers include Brahms, Beethoven, Paganini, Mozart, Schubert, Dvorak, Mendelssohn, and Wagner), but is pretty diverse otherwise.
Food: I'm not horribly picky when it comes to food, though, I can't STAND tomatoes, raw mushrooms, peppers, or raw onions. I LOVE sushi, am quite fond of Italian and Asian cuisines, and like to try new things.
The pupils of the Tendai school used to study meditation before Zen entered Japan. Four of them who were intimate friends promised one another to observe seven days of silence.
On the first day all were silent. Their meditation had begun auspiciously, but when night came and the oil lamps were growing dim one of the pupils could not help exclaiming to a servant: "Fix those lamps."
The second pupil was surprised to hear the first one talk. "We are not supposed to say a word," he remarked.
"You two are stupid. Why did you talk?" asked the third.
"I am the only one who has not talked," concluded the fourth pupil.
... Or, yaknow, if you want to.