I'll read/watch/listen/eat just about anything, but let's try being
a little more specific:
I've slowed down a bit but still probably average at least
5-10/month as long as I can find things that look interesting.
Mostly been on an urban fantasy kick for awhile, but I've read
nearly everything at one point or another (quite literally - ran
out of books at a library system in WV, though chances are I don't
remember if I read it or not).
Seems like if its something the critics rave about, I'll find it
kinda meh. Of course, explosions, fight scenes, etc can make even a
bad movie enjoyable.
Not a fan of reality tv, but the rest is good - cop shows (mostly
just since there's nearly always a new episode out due to how many
there are), and especially all the fantasy/scifi stuff that's been
coming out the past few years.
My one "problem" with all of the above, is I hate repeats,
its perhaps the only pet-peeve I have. Its extremely rare I can
stand to re-watch/read the same thing twice, even with years in
between. Don't know why, it just really annoys me. On a related
note, I have a tendency to quote alongside movies/shows while
watching them the first time. Now if only my psychic ability would
work for the lottery...
Primarily rock in all its variations, with a little pop and country
thrown in for good measure. Generally favor things with a
faster/stronger beat than the softer stuff.
Anything but fish and shrimp. Canned tuna fish being the lone
exception to fish, and no, why that's ok with my taste buds makes
no sense to me either. I cook probably 95% of what I eat from
scratch, even down to pasta and tortillas (alas, premade just cant
compare, unless I'm feeling really lazy) so when eating out, I like
to find new ideas to try at home. Mostly though, I tend to stick to
the core food groups: pasta, pizza, and fajitas, and have yet to
discover something too spicy to eat. Also, I've found I can live
for approximately a week off just oreos and sweet tea. The world
starts to vibrate at the end of that week though...