Outside of that, I am usually either trying to better my cooking skills and my guitar skills (both still have a long way to go) or continuing my neverending quest to teach my puppy to actually come when he's called (I think he knows how, he's just not doing it to get on my nerves).
I also rock some trivia every Sunday night.
Listing out all the titles would take way too long, so I'll just list a few favorite authors: Douglas Adams, Terry Pratchett, Neil Gaiman, Jasper Fforde, Agatha Christie, etc. I also enjoy reading some classics from time to time (One flew over the cuckoo's nest, Pride and Prejudice, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, etc.)
I'm pretty flexible, it does not take a great plot to get me to watch for two hours, but a few favorites include: Most action comedies, WALL-E, Love Actually, The Princess Bride (also a great book), Spirited Away, Don Juan De Marco, The Fifth Element (only because I never seem to be able to turn it off when it comes on).
Castle, The Big Bang Theory, Good Eats, Modern Family, Pawn Stars, Glee, whatever sport happens to be on.
I'm into a little bit of everything, from Eve 6 to Rascal Flatts to Frank Sinatra to Katy Perry to Journey to System of a Down to Three Dog Night to Michael Jackson to Ludo to The Beatles to AC/DC. The only artist I never get tired of hearing though is Jimmy Buffett; I am a card carrying parrothead.
Comedians (not one of the categories but I think it should be):
George Carlin, Mitch Hedberg, Gabriel Iglesias, Eric O'Shea, Bill Cosby, Steven Wright, and so many more.
I will eat anything that is not incredibly spicy, though I do have an affinity for mexican food and pasta. And in my mind, no meal can compete with a well cooked steak.
2. My puppy
3. A deck of cards
4. Food, specifically dessert
5. Friends and family
- You enjoy good (and often random) conversation
- You don't mind listening to someone sing along (badly) with the car radio.