I'm not your standard 20-something. I'm eclectic, impulsive, vulgar, and strange. I'm most definitely an acquired taste, and not many can handle it. (I praise anyone who can.) I'm godless, clueless, helpless, and a mess. I buy bags... lots of bags. I am full of energy, love, curiosity, hypocrisy, and funk. I may not be the most eloquent, confident, or happy person on the inside, but I can sure as hell fake it on the outside.
I have MySpace and Facebook, just like the everyone else. I also have a blogger as a chronicle of me "growing up" while I enter the working world. I take far too many photos for any human being, and most are uploaded to my Flickr account. I'm also on LinkedIn, Blip.tv, Upstream.us, zefrank.com, postorg.org, and other miscellaneous sites, but I think you have enough to hunt me down with to find out my blood type or something.
Trying new things. I firmly believe that life is too short to just stick with one desire, location, skill, cuisine, or culture the entire time. Sure, it may add to my impulsiveness, but I definitely attribute it to living one's life to the fullest. Taking photos. The human brain degrades over time. Taking pictures of everything from the extraordinary to the mundane will come in handy later on. Just wait. Love. Giving it is my problem - I seem to do so too often. It usually causes me to be walked all over far too much, but someday I'll find more people who appreciate it. Regardless, I'll always have my boy by my side who will never walk all over me.
Forcing views on others. I may be an agnostic, misogynistic meat-eater, but I will never, ever force my views on someone else. I expect that kind of respect in return, but unfortunately it's rarely given to me. Militant feminists, vegans, Christians, war-mongers, etc. - why must you attempt to convert everyone over to your side of things? Love what you are, love what you do, and always be true to yourself... without being forceful. Religion. I believe organized religion is the worst invention in the history of mankind. I do not necessarily dislike those who have faith, but I don't need to have religion to be a good person and to be pleased with my life.