I'm still unsure, because, despite the 'every individual is the exception' concept, there seem to be a few traits that deviate from the type norm in proportion to my age.
Here are a few points I've typed up that might help:
--My eyes do get watery for a few emotional scenes from movies; just imagining myself in that situation stimulates an emotional response, though I contain it and it fades eventually.
Once, when I was eight, I cried so hard because I felt awful for Forest Gump-- not getting the lady in the end, and him being so naiively optimistic beforehand, got to me.
--I tend to pull certain body quirks and language patterns from other people.
Hand movements, for instance. Someone makes some kind of unique move with their hands when speaking, and then I tend to imitate that elsewhere.
--Light-hearted, general stories are ones I usually enjoy reading. Not to say that I don't appreciate a deep, meaningful piece every now-and-then, but that requires more mental preparation.
To me, the less-complex stories are like a fresh breeze. The heavier ones seem more congested, if I were to describe them.
--My room consists of clean, geometric furniture. Simplicity and crisp, clean lines with a smart design appeal to me.
--Topics like philosophy and art and anything surrounding critical thinking half appeal to me, half act as an obligation- as if I feel I won't really learn or progress(mentally) if I don't observe or read anything of the subject matter.
--I'm big on legitimacy of actions. If someone tries to use words and emotions used to elicit a certain response (mostly in terms of humor), I'm all over it.
--I enjoy determining the personalities and behaviors of people- their motivations, preferences, and why.
--If ever afflicted with an upseting emotion, it's remains inside, and I eventually rationalize(for the lack of a better word--maybe console?) with myself.
--Generally, I can determine how one person feels towards another, and vice versa, and (try to) identify the dynamics of the relationship, whether they be acquaintances, friends, or lovers.
--Concerning myself, however, it seems that how I percieve my actions in my head, at that moment, is quite different from how others see me, from second-hand information as well as video recordings of myself.
--I tend to monitor my thoughts and actions, trying to determine what would be most appropriate in the current situation. Also, if my thoughts are appropriate as well, both based on how the external world would percieve it and how it jives with me internally.
--Walking--mostly just to see the sunset and colors it projects-- is a favorite past-time of mine.
--Formulating ideas on how and why people act the way they do based on little information/interaction is something I do actively if presented with the respective data(for the lack of another synonym for information).
--Generally, I'm adequate at interpreting the message or symbols in a literature work with some guidance involved.
--I feel weary/hesitant when approaching more philosophical/critical thinking questions, as if I have to mentally prepare myself.
--When paired with less-than-ambitious individuals, I tend to adapt a more rigid role-- picky, some say. It's mostly just to compensate for the lack of leadership or structure.
--I tend to be very judgemental, classifying people based on a previously constructed schema of others with similar behaviors.
And that's what I have. Also, I'm no alien to people, and I often try to 'extrovert' myself, since, as I've learned, being receding and quiet doesn't do much for one's presentation.
Side Note: I had to edit this thing ten times over for all the mistakes I made/overlooked.