I've always felt different (which is not to say 'better') than most people around my age. There are the smaller differences: I'm not really into music (besides when running). I'm AWFUL at pop culture or what some consider common knowledge. I'm extremely discerning with my exclamation point usage. I don't watch Always Sunny or the Red Sox (I'll still watch with you... compromises).
But then there are the bigger differences such as: I've never been into the loud bar scene, the concert scene, the party scene. My sister and I are first-generation American in our family, which impacted me in lots of ways, two big ones being: I have a great affinity toward old people with accents, and I'm incredibly family-oriented.
Other things about me: I've traveled around the world, which I don't think makes me worldly but just more empathetic and privileged to have been able to afford Semester at Sea. I consider myself self-aware, compassionate and perceptive. At the same time though, I can be judgmental and dismiss people (too?) quickly. I'm at my best when in the company of a cheap wine from Trader Joe's and a best friend/wonderful guy with whom I can be authentic, neurotic and politically incorrect.