•Likes and wants children
•Self-respecting (does not engage in any undesirable or irresponsible behaviors)
Most Helpful Girl
It's not weird in and of itself, but I suppose it's odd that it's the very first quality that I try to determine.
Before any kind of personality or character assessment, I try to determine their overall level of intelligence and classify it according to the different intelligence modalities--specifically, the linguistic, visual-spatial, and logical-mathematical domains. This actually has little bearing on whether I'll like/get along with the person, but it's been ingrained in me to assess people this way.
Secondly, I'll try to determine where they stand on the extraversion-introversion dimension, hoping that they're closer to centre, but falling along the introversion side of the scale.
After that, I try to determine their flavour of humour, so that I can tailor mine to it. It sounds a bit superficial/duplicitous of me, but the truth is, I don't subscribe to a particular kind of humour--I go with whatever befits the context and the person with whom I'm interacting.
And, lastly, I try to determine their relationship to their family and loved ones.
Most Helpful Guy
Mate, what's weird about any of that? I think it would be far weirder NOT to.