I go by Gam3r, usually, but I meant for my account name to be seen as the portmanteau I made of the Demon Princes of Lust and Gluttony (Asmodeus and Beelzebub, respectively), but I messed that up. To quote Voltaire (the band), “Call me by any name; anyway, it’s all the same!”
As far as personality? I tend to consider myself fair, but I judge. Just be aware. If I find you rude or otherwise unsavory, and am not proven wrong, I likely won’t like you. I tend to found my views of others on respect. I have no issue with any sexuality, religion, or mindset, as long as it doesn’t willingly offend anyone. In other words: If you believe in something that supports racism, you’re not gonna find a supporter in me.
I am a straight male-very lucky, according to the roulette. And I consider myself so. I know people personally who’ve had to go through Hell because of something out of their control, and I wouldn’t wish that on anyone. People deserve to be treated as people. No less.
As you can see, I have a habit of being long-winded, occasionally redundant, and a bit of an overexplainer. I know these traits full well. Because I recently took an interest in RWBY, it might appeal to fellow fans to use a reference: If I were to say I had a Semblance, I’d say it was Insight. Have I mentioned I’m a bit of an egoist? From what I’ve heard, the difference between myself and an egotist is more than the removal of a t, in that I’m aware of my arrogance, where others are not.
Another trait is that I usually find similarities between two people or things. I’ve often applied this to myself with various fictional characters, oddly most of them female, despite my awareness of my gender and everything. I’ve come to think it may be that I just relate to women because when comparing men and women of equal merit, I’d likely favor the women. I don’t know exactly why.
Another factor, the final one for now: I’m a big fan of learning. There are certain things my brain can’t handle, or at least has a hard time with. My affinities mostly lie in the sciences and the languages. I learned both of these in 7th grade, funnily enough. French class was eye-opening, and actually helped me understand facets of English grammar better than English class. Go figure. 7th grade bio? Until then, I’d been the most squeamish kid to ever see an organ (despite the fact that, I now recall, I read a science book about blood in elementary school, before I knew how to correctly pronounce it), until I saw something that, like so many things in different parts of my life, caused me to be intrigued, if not outright infatuated, immediately, but some might consider it unsavory. Just to get it out there: she brought in an organ, a pump, of bovine origin, which had had the upper portions removed, making the valves apparent. The mitral looked as a normal one, but the tricuspid, as its name implied, had 3 flaps, as opposed the rest. I apologize for skirting around saying exactly what it was, but I trust you understood, and it might’ve made you think of something else, making the blow a little softer. But that made me fall in love with Bioscience. Which, in retrospect, is ironic, considering what organ is often associated with love these days. Back in Ancient Egypt, it’s believed to have been thought to be the center of thought-which may also play a part in the fact that I have a love of Psychology, from both perspectives. Science and language have become even more important to me over time, and I find them both beautiful, in many disciplines. I’m something of a JOAT, MON, as I like to abbreviate it-a Jack of All Trades, Master of None!