Well now, it's a little tough to make yourself stand out from the crowd...although it seems like everyone "loves to laugh, is easy-going, likes to hang out with friends, can dress up for a night out and can also spend the night in..." Come on, people.
What I will say, however, is that I'm fun ENOUGH that I'll probaly joke around as much as you, that I'm easy-going ENOUGH that "guys night out" doesn't threaten me in the least, I'm sexy ENOUGH to never have had any complaints *wink*, and my personality is compatible enough with most children, parents, grandparents, dogs. :) I consider myself a pretty articulate and expressive person. I'm educated...enjoy the arts -- theater, symphony, LOVE Broadway. I like keeping up with current events and used to watch "Meet the Press" religiously (I was so sad when Tim Russert died..), definitely enjoy stimulating debates, and am in love with traveling. And by traveling, I am not talking about a road trip to Louisiana....I mean seeing the world. There is so much to learn and appreciate about our planet. I love having a career and am always looking for the next step -- mostly, I think, because I always want to be better. I can be very nerdy and analytical (the Asian in me? Haha) and kick butt in crossword puzzles. I stay fit by running (trying to get better at the distance thing) a few times a week, and my discovery of yoga a few years ago. I love what yoga has done for my spirit and body and is something I'll probably continue to practice for the rest of my life.
I'm not nearly as stuffy as all that might make me sound, though. Case in point, I think "There's Something About Mary" is one of the funniest movies ever, the "master of my domain" episode of Seinfeld is my all-time favorite, and I can quote "Coming to America" with the best of them! But I'm also quite self-reflective, self-aware, and have relished being increasingly comfortable with myself and where I am in life. I rather talk issues out instead or resorting to passive/aggressive behavior, and I think that stems from confidence I've gained over the years. Most importantly, though, I know that gratitude is the key to all happiness no matter where you are. Honestly, my life isn't perfect, but it's quite good.
So it really is impossible to predict attraction, but I think there are some basic qualities that I've come to appreciate from past experiences. He would be articulate, literate, know the difference between "your/you're, there/their, etc" and won't send me an email saying "Your cute". Hahaha. He could go with me to a Green Day concert one day and a Harry Connick, Jr. concert the next. He won't mind that I'm a NY Yankee fan and I won't mind that he's a fill-in-the-blank fan. He'll let me buy him a new shirt once in a while and he'll give me his true opinion on which pair of shoes looks best with my outfit. Oh, and hopefully, he's open-minded enough to look at the world through an empathetic lens, has a desire to visit places on this planet outside of US borders, is somewhat fashion-conscious, and at least tries to stay fit. Bonus points if he's willing to go to yoga class with me! ;) But most important, he will be HONEST, have true integrity, understand that loving me means accepting all of me, and be a soft place for me to fall at the end of a long day... If any of this remotely appeals to you, please say 'hi'. =)