Also books, yes please:
De Profundis and literally everyrging else by Oscar Wilde, Slaughterhouse 5 and again everything else by Kurt Vonnegut, Brideshead Revisited by Evelyn Waugh, Screwtape Letters by C.S.Lewis, Confessions of a Mask by Yukio Mishima, Gadfly by Ethel Voynich, Sir Walter Scott's romantic novels, any well-written fiction dedicated to love between boys, Matilda by Roald Dahl, oh and all the Harry Potters and Lord of the Rings and all that. Reading is one of my favourite things ever so I can't list everything.
Speaking of my favourite things ever, if it's animated and not entirely retarded then I probably love it.
Feature films: 90s Disney and Frozen and Pixar, Dreamworks - their 2D animation and Rise of the Guardians, Studio Ghibli stuff, Berserk, a little bit of something French, Secret of Kells, Wolf Children Ame and Yuki, oh and how could I forget! Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs.
TV-series: Revolutionary Girl Utena, Steven Universe, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Berserk, The Last Airbender, early Spongebob, Adventure Time, and...seriously this list is endless.
Live-action: Princess Bride, Withnail and I, Sleuth (2007), and many many more - oh and I'm always ready for The Lord of the Rings marathon.
Also I'm hopelessly in love with the Dragon Age games and can talk about this for hours.
And I love visual arts in general (I can bore you to death talking about the Pre-Raphaelites, or architecture of French Renaissance or something like that if you'd like me to)
Extremely interested in history, especially medieval European and Japanese history, don't even get me started.
I studied maths for like 15 years and hold a degree in economics somehow, so don't mind talking about that either.
The length of this section is a good indicator of my lifestyle.
Or spontaneously travelling to another country. Yeah.
I'm poetic and challenge-loving, and unfortunately I don't know how to talk to literal and comfort-oriented people.
But honestly, show some courage and just go for it, I'm very sociable haha