The best night I've had in recent memory was basically me, a handful of friends, a copy of Cards Against Humanity, and a few growlers of 3 Stars all thrown together in my tiny little apartment.
I'm pretty certain the next great night I'll have will involve a handful of friends (including one recently back from Libya, inshallah), copious amounts of whiskey, and a copy of Cards Against Humanity. This may or may not overlap with the next instance of Fried Chicken and Movie Night, in which we invade my building's screening room as my chef friend tries out his new recipes and we finally fix things like me never having seen (insert popular '80s film here)
Until a few months ago, I was working way, way too many hours trying to sell a start-up, and letting it consume me. But thankfully, just before I hit 30, that wrapped up, and I've been shifting gears to a more relaxed lifestyle, and getting back to a lot of things I miss. I've been reading more, biking more, spending more time with friends, and even doing fun things like helping throw a fundraiser for prostitutes (it's only kind of what it sounds like). My dad actually attended said fundraiser, and actually did get solicited by a transvestite, which I witnessed, and was pretty amused by. Hell, I even went to NYC on a whim a few months ago, and finally got to experience Central Park and MOMA (and Jean Georges!) for the first time.
I'm also fairly obsessed with Archer, The Settlers of Catan and other Euro-style boardgames, and believing that against all odds I'm not the Andre of my fantasy football league. Oh, and I nearly forgot - I've been using my new found free time to get back in shape, and am actually being somewhat fanatical about it. I recently suggested other plans when a woman here suggested we go to The Passenger. That should have been a total boxer-dropper, but I really, really want to get back to where I was a few years ago (aka in the best shape of my life). I put on 40 lbs in the last few years, but have so far lost 23 since late July 2012. 18 more to go! (edit: ok, see above, some regression)