Help your potential matches find common interests.
People's taste in music has some connection to how they move in
bed. I love techno and hate metal, but both genres have that
relentless pounding beat that enfolds you and grips your spine, so
even if you cringe at my candy-coated synthpop and I wince at
your...Creed, or whatever's pushing the frontiers of metal these
days...we're likely to move the same way. I also like folk but I
don't know what that means. (FYI: country and rap are said to exist
on the same sort of spectrum as electronica and metal).
House is the underachieving masterpiece of modern television.
Sometimes I think I just need a girl-bodied House to my boy-bodied
Wilson, getting a good left brain/right brain dynamic going. It's
Always Sunny is fading, but as long as they don't turn it into a
Lenin-mummy like The Simpsons, I'll stick with it til the bitter
fucking end. Why are most cartoons so ugly? For every Invader Zim,
there's an entire cable lineup of (often well-written) cartoons
with lazy or hideous art styles.
After watching Womb, I like seeing Eva Greene in mainstream movies
(300 2 lul), just because I think it's funny to imagine her
thinking about what she *really* wants to star in.
I read shit like Games People Play, Eros and Civilization, and The
Decline of the West (the Egon Spengler book, not Pat Buchanan's),
so I don't think we're going to be connecting over what we read.
Maybe urban fantasy, like Let the Right One In, and Patricia
Highsmith's short stories (she wrote the one about the giant snails
on a deserted island), but I can't usually appreciate fiction
unless I'm stoned.
I like my cookies like I like my eggs: soupy. Otherwise, I'm
vaguely health conscious and even cook, but I look at food the same
way I look at the economy: it might be important, but it will never