Erm, where to start?
I'll read anything that will hold my attention. Some of my
favourites include The Dice Man, the Sword of Truth chronicles,
biographies, the Sharpe series, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
books, and just about anything related to history.
Films: American History X, Short Circuit, Full Metal Jacket, Lost
in Translation, Me, Myself and Irene, Girl Interrupted,
Transformers, Aliens, Pirates of the Carribbean, Bad Boys, Flight
of the Navigator, Gremlins, Predator, Eternal Sunshine of the
Spotless Mind, Clerks, Pulp Fiction or any tarrantino film,
Clockwork Orange, Shaun of the Dead, Gladiator, 28 Days Later and
so the list goes on.
tv shows: anything that will teach me something (even something
stupid) or make me laugh will keep me entertained for hours. I love
british comedy and the very few american shows that can pull of
british humour (Frasier being the main one that springs to mind).
Anything from Black Books, Peep Sshow, Spaced, qi, the League of
Gentlemen, Extras, The Office, Blackadder, Bottom, Men Behaving
Badly, Rome, Ren and Stimpy, Green Wing, the gadget show, dragons
den, or anything containing Bill Bailey, Billy Connolly, Omid
Djalili, Tim Minchin, Reginald D Hunter, Ross Noble, Stephen Fry or
As for music, i really will listen to just about anything (non of
that pop or r&b rubbish though!). From Amon Amarth, Metallica,
Black Sabbath, or Tool to Cee Lo Green, Regina Spektor, the
Beatles, Pendulum, Led Zeppelin, old Rod Stewart and Elton John
stuff (i was once rather embarrased to be shown a video of me
singing my heart out to Don't Go Breaking My Heart at work), Kyuss,
Blur, Nirvana, Muse, or the Prodigy. I spend a fair amount of time
on the road through work so have a lot of time to listen to
Foodwise i will eat most things that don't contain melted cheese or
mushrooms. Or cabbage come to think of it.