I don't like Battlefield, Black Ops, or FPS games in general. Pretty much any other genre is cool though. I've just decided something that's probably controversial: I haven't really enjoyed any post 2007 Bioware game. They're all so bogged down in pointless choices and cutscenes. Not that there's anything wrong with a good story driven game, The Stanley Parable has great writing, Mass Effect 2 is just boring.
I discovered that I like reading really specific details, people with lots of broad answers are boring. I tried to match that with concise, but incredibly specific unique things about me that you can extrapolate on. If you don't like a brief synopsis, it's not like padding it out will suddenly make you change your mind.
"Man, I totally didn't care about civil rights before, but after reading you go on and on about them they're my new favorite topic"
- Nobody ever
Also, I have always owned dogs and plan to continue to.
I guess I need to add that I'm morally opposed to malls and other brick and mortar shopping centers. Just buy stuff from Amazon. I don't even know how this is a big deal in 2014 but I've been meeting so many people who make a really big deal about going to physical stores instead of buying stuff online. Yeah, if you have to get something right now it's fine to go to a store, but just going to stores to hang out every day is weird.