To say that you enjoy taking long walks on the beach is usually meant to suggest that you are a sensitive, nature loving and contemplative person.
However, all sorts of people and personalities enjoy long walks on the beach, so it doesn’t really tell us anything special about you.
I note the earlier anonymous answer and the example of the Playboy type of interview, which I’m sure contributed to this.
I think this cliché also stems from the sort of personal profiles that people wrote for dating agencies back through the years, and still do.
Love to have fun = I'm running out of things to say.43.
I love life = I'm totally out of things to say.
So the phrase has come to represent the sort of vague and uninformative descriptions that people often give of themselves in these circumstances – for example; I go to movies, I enjoy my friends, I like to travel.
Do people really choose potential partners based, above all else, on a fondness for walking farther than the end of the road and back? If you were birthed in the modern world, however, get with the programme and quit this fake bemusement with the internet like you’re a maiden aunt seeing a pair of crotchless knickers for the first time.
I don't really know what to write = I'm just now realising that I'm not very interesting.23. I love hanging out with my friends = Mainly, I drink.30. I'm a nice guy = I own at least three fedoras.32.
I don't care what you think = Please don't judge me.24. I don't take life too seriously = I don't make much effort.33.
I like walks in the park, watching movies, and going to the pub on Sunday for roast dinner = I'm very bored.13.
I'm a gym rat = I want to bond over protein powder.14.