Yes, I do in fact like Pina Coladas AND getting caught in the rain. But I'm into yoga and I like to think I have at least 3/4 of a brain.
A few things to note: I prefer the window seat. I bake pies with elaborate scenes in the crust (think dinosaurs or whales). I am an excellent gift-giver. I try not to overuse exclamation marks. The only jokes I ever remember are the stupid ones that are clean enough to tell kids. What is brown and sticky? A stick... hilarious and gets 'em every time. My favorite holiday is Groundhog Day and I try and throw an annual Hibernation Celebration every year. I also don't keep the butter dish in the fridge which lots of people think is gross but I think it makes it spread most excellently. I like to collect brochures at highway rest stops although sometimes I never even look at them - how wasteful. I think there is something spicy about cauliflower. I enjoy dancing, especially in the kitchen but I am not very good at it. I like to peel wallpaper when it comes off in big sheets. I am bit neurotic and I tend to spill beverages. I see nothing wrong with eating breakfast for dinner. Put a bench in front of the tortoise section at the zoo and I will see you in a few hours (or you could sit next to me).
My heroes are Gonzo the Great, Mary Poppins, Joseph Cornell, Librarians, Synchronized Swimmers, John Candy, Amelia Badelia, Theodore Giesel, Pecos Bill, Roseanne Roseannadanna, and the Sadyagraha Super League of revolutionaries (MLK Jr., Ghandi, Nelson Mandela, Aung San Suu Kyi, Desmond Tutu).
I don't know who I am looking for because I don't think I have met them yet. Maybe someone who appreciates family - because I really like mine. I am not very materialistic so I suppose we wouldn't make a good pair if you liked all the finer things in life. In fact, I try to be pretty mindful of my lifestyle. Maybe you would call me a hippie but I would be disappointed if you littered. I find that my tastes most often go to the independent world of media, so I am sure it would make movie nights and road trip playlists easier if we had similar opinions there. However, I must admit that I can like some pretty cheesy plot-lines and I even have been known to tear-up in the sad parts. It is embarrassing.