Ok, let's go more in-depth. I am pretty easy going, unless we are going someplace hard, like math class. I don't like math. I like history and art. Art History, though, not at all. Naw, I'm kidding. It's awesome.
I'm not really a bar guy. More of a coffee shop guy. I like to kick back at coffee shops. Key term is kick back. Unless someone's got their coffee on the table, and then I accidentally kick it off. That's never good. Luckily, it's only happened zero times. Phew.
I like going out, I like staying in. I like loud music, I like ambient music. The only thing I really don't care for is sports. Everything else is pretty alright with me.
I am in a long term open relationship with shecrawlsthru. After many years, we decided that monogamy was cool and all, but that we also want to be able to pursue new friendships / relationships outside of our own.
I'm also good at spouting useless info about bands or genres of music. Want to discuss the differences between stoner metal and doom metal? Let's go!
Oh, that and my personality. I like to think I'm a little silly and that I always have something interesting (or oddly inappropriate) to say at any time. I also curse like a sailor, despite never having served in the Navy, on a pirate ship, or on a commercial fishing vessel.
But that's probably not something that people FIRST notice about me. Maybe fourth.
For movies, I love Dazed and Confused and Napoleon Dynamite... But I also like serious stuff like Serpico. I also really liked The Village.
I'd say horror is probably my favorite genre. I like movies that scare me, not necessarily gore-fests.
I love animation and cartoons, obviously... But more so tv shows than animated films. My favorite show is King of the Hill.
I love punk rock. Love it. Have loved it for 15 years. That's it? Huh, I thought it was longer than that.. Oh well. Sometimes I cheat on punk rock with metal, dub, or electronica. Currently, I find myself listening to:
- Screeching Weasel
- The Casting Out
- Cave of Swimmers
I like tacos and coffee and cheese and pasta and eggs and salads and hamburgers and cheeseburgers and tacos and more tacos.
3. My bike
5. My cat
I could probably do without tacos, but man, they sure are tasty.
Upon reflection, no, I cannot do without tacos.
I also think a lot about my career. Just what kinda things I'd like to work on. Steps to take to get there. Stuff like that.
A friend once said to me, after watching a movie, "I didn't understand (so-and-so character's) motivations for her actions." This totally clicked with me, in terms of what makes good character writing. So, as silly as it sounds, I spend a lot of time thinking about shows and movies and the characters. I think about if the actions of the characters make sense based on motivations. And if they don't, I find that I become less interested in said show or movie.
I also worry about whether or not I use commas in the right places.
You want to hang out and talk about punk rock or film / animation at a coffee shop.
Or if you just want to say hello.