I really value time spent listening to music, reading books, putting on plays, and doing dumb internet stuff. I guess I'm holding fiercely onto my menagerie of niche literature, heightened-language theater, and oddity-seeking internet treasure hunts, because such hedonism is all I've ever known, and soon I'll have to get a job and become a member of the general public.
Instant turn-offs: People who are self-proclaimed nerds, people who are vocally against feminism, people who shout memes at me
I do some acting and constantly worry about what I'm going to do when I leave school.
Movies: Down by Law, Hellboy, Alien, Jacob's Ladder, Waiting for Guffman, The Elephant Man, Willard, Boogie Nights, Robocop, The Thing, The Fly, Escape from New York, House (1977), Monty Python and the Holy Grail, THX 1138, There Will Be Blood, Borat, Heisei-era Godzilla and Gamera, and everything Star Wars.
Anime: Devilman, Oruchuban Ebichu, Mobile Police Patlabor, Lupin III, Mobile Suit Gundam, Space Pirate Captain Harlock, Bobobo-Bo Bo-bobo, Cromartie High School, Tetsujin 28-go (2004), Spirited Away, Akira.
Music: Tom Waits, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Momus, Leonard Cohen, Ulver, Big Black, Cabaret Voltaire, Electric Wizard, Donovan, Sébastien Tellier, Pentagram, Parallels, Manilla Road, Mr. Oizo, The Tiger Lillies, Peste Noire, Danzig.
Countless other things. I'm more consumer than man.
I start to feel weird after having spent a few days without listening to the music I like.
And I start to feel real grimy after a day or two without a shower.
Six feels arbitrary, so I'll leave it at three for now.
While at home: having fun on INTERNET
Also, if you can watch something cheesy like Elfen Lied or Hellboy or Francis Ford Coppola's Dracula in total reverence and awe.