I am me. I'm happy being me. If I could choose to be anyone else on the planet that have ever existed, I'd still be me. I don't think too many people can say that. I normally don't like to use that many "I's" in a sentence, but this is the autobiographical part after all.
I like learning to do different things and feel as comfortable in a nightclub as I do in a concert hall (and not because I'm indifferent to people pointing and staring). I have strong views about not having strong views, am slightly disappointed by the human race, and think giraffes are funny.
My perfect match would be someone that I could talk to about anything and everything; a best friend. She would be open to trying new things, and getting occasionally dirty outdoors in the name of exploration. She would understand me, or at least try. She would be comfortable in her own skin. She would also think giraffes are funny.
In exchange, you will get a great listener (unless you tell me a twenty minute story with absolutely no point, in which case you will have an attentive listener that is inwardly rolling his eyes). A stalwart companion. I know that sounds lame, but I just had to use it in a sentence before I died. A true gentleman. I open doors and pull out chairs for you not because I think you're fraile and need help; but because I like to show the respect I have for you and, well, its just plain considerate.
The picts I have are from my laptop at work. I really don't like being in pictures as it is a hard from of incriminating evidence. And if you don't think so, you haven't had nearly as much fun as you should have. In short, goofy faces and mannerisms only occupy about ten percent of my day.
If none of this made you even smirk, we wouldn't get along.