I dressed as a pirate for almost every single Halloween of my childhood. When pirates suddenly became trendy, I was initially thrilled, but now I'm just sort of over the whole thing, since it seems to me that being popular kind of defeats the whole point of being a pirate.
I have an entire cabinet full of tea in my apartment. I love tea. Although, on some days, I wonder if I just love the idea of tea. Tea symbolizes civilization. Refinement. Leisure time. Subtlety. Whatever. All I know is if I see a package of tea with an exotic-sounding name I've never heard before, it's almost a given that I'm going to buy it and add it to the collection.
For my college capstone, I wrote and performed a 73-minute musical with a 5-person cast, 9-piece pit orchestra and 40-person choir, even though the assignment was only to put on a 40-minute recital. I may have overdone it a bit, but I regret nothing.
I am fiercely independent and picky about my friends. I talk about movies, music, television, literature, animation, games, science, and writing a LOT, so hopefully you're cool with that. Oh, and I'm not really a dog person. That's not to say that I don't like dogs, it's more that the dog-owning culture that seems to be so prevalent in LA kind of weirds me out.