Seriously, though, it's pretty consuming. Otherwise enjoy outdoorsy things, cooking (and food adventures in general), reading, road trips (which are pretty mandatory in my line of work), and I'm into Tibetan Buddhist meditation and doctrine.
Recommendations for outdoor adventures and team cooking are very welcome. Meditation, yoga, wandering aimlessly outdoors, and spending rainy days inside with books are all perpetually on my to-do list.
And I'm INFP, if that's important to you.
What I'm not really good at: directions, remembering to introduce people, saran wrap.
And I have had multiple people tell me I look like Charlie from It's Always Sunny.
Dune, The Source, Harry Potter, The Chosen, The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying, The Lord of the Rings, Cutting Through Spiritual Materialism and anything by Trungpa Rinpoche, The Chamber, A Song of Ice and Fire series. LOTR. Into the Wild. A Guide to Being Born. At least intrigued by anything by Murakami. Joan Didion is also a badass.
Dead Man, Legends of the Fall, most things Miyazaki, Muppet Treasure Island, other stuff.
Archer, Game of Thrones, Parks and Recreation, Dexter, Family Guy, Daily Show, Colbert, Jeopardy, Animal Planet, History Channel if it's not about aliens or Hitler, Mystery Science Theater 3000, Portlandia.
Girl Talk, Ratatat, The Fugees, 311, Florence and the Machine, Sigur Ros, The Cranberries, Andrew Bird, No Doubt, Elton John, Lana Del Rey, The Cat Empire, Chopin, Rachmaninoff, really good bluegrass/blues/folk music.
Indian or some kind of Oriental. And Southern fried.
Oh, and Radio-
This American Life, Radiolab
And worrying about how close my dad is to becoming Walter White.
Ok, fine, and my favorite SCOTUS justice is Scalia; I said it. Not because I'm super conservative, but because I feel like I spent enough days/nights reading cases to field some kind of an opinion on which jurists can truly pull their weight (Scalia is pretty large).
But more importantly, because I apparently suck at Scrabble, you're down to talk about Anna Karenina or ASOIAF.
You want to split a bundle of cilantro.
You want to practice speaking Spanish with me.
You're down for going to a concert/recital at the College of Music.
You want to go to Epcot.
You want to go canoeing.
Update: OR if you want to go on a crazy/probably boring roadtrip to Kentucky.