About as INTP as it gets.
I'm going to try and start swimming laps at NAU for a workout so if you like swimming come swim laps with me. I guess that counts as a social outing, right?
I'm really great at remembering the names of people. Not names of people I've met or anything. But like... Names of my high school friend's mom's sister's doctor's dog.
Movies: Whiplash, Lord of the Rings, HP's. Same as books though. I watch a TON of movies. I like most of them. I like seeing what people can think up. I love watching superhero movies to see all of the different powers people can imagine.
Shows: Community, The Walking Dead, Friends, Always Sunny, One Punch Man. I don't watch too many tv shows though. Just a lot of waiting for new episodes every week. Also I don't have tv so that might contribute to it.
Music: Michael Jackson (up to 1984), Bon Iver, Counting Crows, CCR, Billy Talent, The Shins, The Glitch Mob, Ratatat, P!nk, No Doubt. I actually don't like "favorite" things. I like most things for different reasons and sometimes I'm in a Jackson 5 mood and sometimes I'm in a Metallica mood.
Food: I will eat almost anything though. A few things I won't eat though: Tomatoes(I don't like the acidity), Mushrooms(I don't like the sponginess), Shellfish(not a fan of the taste). I don't like fish all that much but I'll usually eat it if it's in front of me.
Snow (I like warm places and the beach and stuff but I just love snow too much to leave it)
Human interaction no matter how small (sometimes the cabin in the woods sounds like it would be a fun life but I would absolutely go crazy living all alone)
Travel! (I love sitting around doing nothing but I LOOOVE getting out and going places, walking places, seeing the marvels of the world)
GOOD FOOD (Some people live to eat, some people eat to live. I'm definitely the former, I love a good meal especially if it's something new)
Books (I don't read as much as I used to but I still love the feel, smell, and look of books. I don't think I'll ever go to an electronic reading device. I've been buying a lot of those really fancy books from Barnes & Noble and let me tell you they are beautiful. I just got Jurassic Park and I think that's next on my to-read list)
The manufacturing cost of a lot of things. Like a bike probably costs like $2 in parts and electricity to power a machine. But then gets sold for like $200! But the people that screw the pedals into it only get paid 10 cents a day.
What things humans will phase out next in our evolutionary path. Who knows what it'll be?! Eyebrows??
Netflixing it up. Browsing the web. Checking the news.
You know how to spell.