I'm slim, active, well-spoken, intelligent, articulate, sensitive, sensual, spiritual, deep, unconventional, and analytical, who wants everyone in the world to be happy. Think of a short, slim, happier version of House M.D. and you've got the picture. I'm just more argumentative about issues and less about people's habits, but I do think about just about everything that's going on and try and work out people and how they could better their lives a lot by making a small, simple change. Well, I've got my faults, but it's always better to start out with something positive, isn't it?
I am looking for new friends. If women want to date me, I will happily date them, but it takes a really special woman to get my interest. Plus, I am very energetic, both intellectually and physically. I am very tolerant of others, but I can be a bit much to handle, so I want to be upfront of that from the start. I'm not ambitious to get ahead, I'm ambitious to do a good job and produce work of quality, and I'm not worried about money as long as it pays the bills, but I do try and take my work seriously, and keep an eye on the future.
Also, I used to be an INTP, but I am growing as a person and I just did another test on another site, and came up an ENFP, so I have developed traits of INTP, INFP, ENTP and ENFP. Confusing, eh? Me, too?
NEWS FLASH! A poster just reminded me what type of person I really like to talk to. If you're the type of person who is always aksing 'Why?', even when everyone else thinks you're dumb for asking the question, you're my kind of gal. Doesn't matter if you finished high school, as long as you are curious about everything.
If you're weird, and you like it, you get BIG BONUS POINTS.
If you love to walk for miles and/or have to dance when a song you like comes on, that's great too.
SECOND NEWS FLASH! A poster has just made me realise that I am valued by my friends and others, because of the lessons I learned in life by having a very difficult childhood.
If you've had a difficult early life, we have shared viewpoints on life. If not, but you've had them in your adult years, then we've got a lot less in common. If you've never had them, but think like someone who has had them, we've got something in common.
For long-term, I want a woman who is attractive, active, loquacious, sensitive, sensual, spiritual, deep, independent, friendly, kind, caring, compassionate and eats healthily. If you can't do most of that, I'm not bothered at all, but I try to do all that for myself, so I just figure it would be a lot easier if you had those intentions too.
As I have no sense of humour whatsoever, I thought I'd add a really good joke I heard:
Q: What's the difference between a pregnant woman and a light bulb.
a: You can unscrew a lightbulb.
Here's my sense of humour, though:
Q: What's black and white and black and white and black and white and black and white?
A: A nun falling down a flight of stairs.
Q: What's black and white and black and white and black and white and black and white black and white and black and white and black and white and black and red?
A: A nun falling down TWO flight of stairs.
Just in case you wanted to know if I'd make you laugh.
I like lots of activities, including Yoga, Kickboxing, Climbing, Camping, Hiking and Walking. I like films of all kinds especially Frank Capra and Sci-Fi, reading especially Jane Austen, Thomas Hardy, Larry Niven, Isaac Asimov and Dale Carnegie, Maths, Science, Psychology, Philosophy, spirituality and New-Age stuff. I like going out, meeting new people, eating out, especially Curries, drinking socially. And I absolutely LOVE to dance. Right now, I'm learning Salsa. No I am not doing all of this right now, but if I actually put down only the stuff I'm doing right now, I'd have to change it every week. Right now, it's Reading Dale Carnegie How to Win Friends and Influence People, the 5 Tibetan Exercises, forum posting, dancing, learning Salsa, spirituality, healthy eating, seeing friends, socialising, and personal improvement. I dropped off the kickboxing and the climbing for a few weeks, due to an injury, but I should be getting back to them soon. I'm debating about the Yoga, because I need a new book, and a bit more patience than I've had lately, as you can tell from my posts. And I'm beginning to realise that I need more social outlets, as I live alone and feed off good vibes, so I need a lot more in my life. Hence one reason why I like to go dancing at least once a week as a minimum.
I'm a sharer, and need someone who can at least share some of my activities with. Oh, and you need to be prepared for some very deep conversations about just about everything under the sun, because I will talk about everything, and try it, too. I have an adventurous streak in me, and am very passionate about everything I do, so I end up being too much for the women I have dated.
I don't care how tall/short you are, if you smoke or not, or if you drink. But I do not tolerate bad behaviour in a date, such as snobbishness, selfishness, a lack of consideration for others, being manipulative, or someone who is going to try to get me to live up to THEIR expectations. I will surprise you, and shock everyone. I'm the the devil in sheep's clothing.
Edit: I just did the Seduction Style Guide. This really doesn't sound like me, but I thought I'd add it anyway:
Let me know what you think!
Conversation Starters (i.e. what you'd like to do on a first date...)
Oh, I don't know. Anything adventurous. Going for a short walk, that takes us out into the middle of nowhere, finding a nice, old-fashioned pub, having a few beers talking to the 90-year-old man who served in World War II as a commando, followed by games of pool, where I beat you (you let me win!), then you win 3 games in a row (because I really don't care as long as we're having a good time), and then followed by up a trip to the local Curry Restaurant. Then, back home, with either a short walk again to end the evening, or staying up till the wee hours debating the merits of nuclear energy or the perfect day (still figuring that one out).
A really great date, however, would be a a bottle of red, a curry, a sofa, and a really great foreign film or a film from the 1930s-1970s. Titles would include: The Hairdresser's Husband, Borsalino, Mostly Martha, Hard Contract, The Hand, It Happened One Night, or any other Frank Capra comedy, or anything with a black-and-white Jimmy Stewart film, like Harvey. Then, we could discuss the wee merits of the film till 2. I would accept a really good Sci-Fi instead, like Dune, the first Star Wars trilogy, or the Aliens set (Quadrilogy?).
Either that, or camping. You just have to love nature, don't you? It's everywhere.