I'm a huge fan of escapism (not that I have anything to escape
from, zombies etc..) So will be very happy to get lost in a book or
Bookswise, I like my classics
Tess of the D'ubervilles
Most things Shakespeare..
All things Gaiman
A few series (serii?) Ice and Fire, His Dark Materials.
But I'll read most things. I'd prefer it to be good but I can never
stop reading or watching something until it's finished, which can
be quite frustrating if it turns out to be a load o' balls..
Limited to 10 films I could watch at any time.. (I started limited
to 5 but it was too difficult)
Singin in the Rain
Scott Pilgrim vs the World
500 Days of Summer (always tempted to stop watching before the the
last couple of lines..)
Josie and the Pussycats
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Withnail and I
A little eclectic, I know.. I'm not sure if the variety would help
or hinder in getting to know me. I can keep going?
Will limit self again.
Joss Whedon things (Buffy/Angel/Firefly etc)
Sherlock (oh my amazing..)
The Good Wife
Y'know, the good stuff. None of this Geordie Shore and Tipping
Tend to lean towards pop punk/rock/most things where an actual BAND
Fleetwood Mac, Biffy Clyro, Tegan and Sara, Alkaline Trio, Frank
Turner (especially before he got famous)..
Have also been known to dabble in a bit o'Beach Boys, 80's pop,
Motown and musical soundtracks.
Generally though, anything I can sing to whilst air grabbing is
Chicken. It's just amazing. They're also not overly cute whilst
alive so they don't taste like guilt and sadness.
I'm more of a savoury gal than dessert. Sorbet would be my pudding
"I'll take a Lemon Bottom please Mr Ice Cream Vendor"
"You mean a Lemon Top? Loads of creamy ice cream with a dash of
Foodstuffwise I'll try most things not overly spicey. Especially
lovely Mexican/Italian/Chinese type foodstuffs.